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Persons of interest sought in bomb threat
Cambria County Courthouse reopened about 12:20 p.m. after being closed all morning in the wake of a bomb threat.
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BREAKING – Bomb threat closes Cambria County Courthouse
A bomb threat telephoned to the Cambria County emergency dispatch center shortly after 9 a.m. has forced evacuation of the Cambria County Courthouse.
City Council target of complaints
A Johnstown woman who had hopes of filling a vacancy on City Council is now alleging that city leaders violated the state’s Sunshine Act at a meeting in January.
Paint Township backs out of police study
A key player in a multicommunity effort to start a regional police force has backed out – again.
Autopsy finds no signs of trauma
State police in Ebensburg are investigating a suspected criminal homicide in Northern Cambria.
Rec commission battle heads to county court
A proposed compromise to ease the Westmont Hilltop Recreation Commission’s breakup has fizzled, sending the feud to Cambria County Court.
Judge cracking down on repeat offenders
A Cambria County judge on Monday sentenced a man and a woman to serve time in the state prison system for crimes usually involving county prison time.
Police: Owner of attacking pit bulls may face charges
The owner or owners of two pit bulls that viciously attacked a man Friday in Hornerstown will likely face charges, Johnstown police said.
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