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May 9, 2013

Local briefs 5/10/2013

Firefighters douse small golf course fire

Fire crews were sent to Berkley Hills Golf Course on Thursday after a golf cart and small storage shed caught fire.

No injuries were reported.

Cambria 911 officials said crews were sent to the Goucher Street course around 12:30 p.m. and that it was believed fuel from the golf cart, a maintenance vehicle, sparked the small fire.

Blandburg camp hit by burglars

BLANDBURG – State police are investigating a burglary at a camp at the end of Railroad Street in Blandburg.

Police said the thief or thieves forced open a door and took various items including size 10 hunting boots, a gun-cleaning kit and a 6-volt spotlight. The break-in took place between May 2 and Sunday, police said.

Candidates night planned in Johnstown

The Roxbury Civic Club will sponsor a candidates night on Monday.

It is scheduled to begin at

7 p.m. inside Roxbury Church of the Brethren, 112 Sell St. in Johnstown. All candidates for City Council and mayor have been invited to attend and give speeches.

The primary election is set for May 21.

District names football coaches

The Greater Johnstown school board this week renamed eight football coaches and hired three new ones for its varsity and junior high programs.

Renamed as varsity assistant coaches were Mark Mosorjak, Mike McMonagle, Chuck Wyatt and Nate Harfield. New varsity assistant coaches are Rich Price and Kevin Price.

Renamed as Grade 9 coaches were Brad Janidlo and Brian Subich. Renamed as a Grade 8 coach was Bruce Jordan. Will Harris was named as a new Grade 8 coach. Justin Roberts was reappointed as the Grade 7 coach.

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    Figuring out how to deal with those issues is difficult for local, state and federal officials.

    April 18, 2014 1 Photo

  • Drive-in to open with high-tech projector

    Drive-in movie theaters and the term “state of the art” seldom share the same sentence.
    But that will soon be the case for the Silver Drive-In, it’s owner said. The Scalp Avenue site, often marketed as a nostalgic summer night escape, soon will boast a high-end projector capable of displaying the latest and greatest blockbusters in razor sharp high-definition, theater owner Rick Rosco said.

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  • Sheetz work underway

    Earthmoving is underway at Richland Town Centre for a nearly 6,500-square-foot Sheetz store.
    And the real estate broker marketing the land says a 3,000-square-foot retail building will be built next door.

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  • Smith, Shakir Mosi Police seize heroin, money in Prospect

    Johnstown police reported that several bricks of heroin, along with $4,000 in cash and a handgun, were discovered in the city's Prospect neighborhood around 4 a.m. Friday. An arrest warrant has been issued for the man be­lieved to be the owner or renter of the two homes raided.

    April 18, 2014 2 Photos

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    Animal advocates are using comedy to take aim at a serious problem.
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  • new councilman Judge fills City Council vacancy

    A lifelong Johnstown resident who has never sought election to public office was named Thursday to fill the vacancy on City Council.

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