Brown: Robert L., 87, Northern Cambria. (Moriconi)
Bush: Roberta P., 76, Johnstown. (John Henderson)
Furnari: Joseph John, 91, Johnstown. (Hindman)
Valeria: Mary, 90, Northern Cambria. (Long-Contres)
Hay: Thomas R., 61, Lincoln Township. (Hoffman, Boswell)
Priest: Grace Theresa (Glasson), 101, Church of the Brethren Home, Windber.
Carlson: Ruth A., 88, Blairsville. (Ferguson)
Fleckenstein: LaRue (Graden), 100, Charleston, W.Va., native of Vandergrift. (Hindman)
Reifel: The Rev. Mark J., 84, Garvey Manor, Hollidaysburg. (Santella)
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Sara Norman wasn’t shocked to learn that a 15-year-old stands accused of shooting a Johnstown police academy recruit July 13 in Oakhurst.
And she wouldn’t be surprised that a 16-year-old took three bullets Thursday in another Oakhurst neighborhood shooting.
Windber man waives prelim, heads to trial accused of killing girlfriend and unborn child
Denver Roy Alan Blough will stand trial for murder in the shooting deaths of his girlfriend and her unborn child.
Police: Dale Borough man threatens to cut woman with knife
A Dale Borough man was jailed after he pulled a knife on a woman during an argument, police said.
Johnstown West End fire's cause still undetermined
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Pedestrian struck by car near Johnstown upgraded from critical to serious condition
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With such weight threatening to drag modern youths down a dangerous path, rising above the negative influences surrounding them can be a real test of inner strength and conviction.
‘It’s family’: Youngsters like their hometown
Colt Bopp says Johnstown is “a beautiful community” – despite its faults.
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