Babiak: Mary Martha, 87, Northern Cambria. (Moriconi)
Green: Vernon J., 87, Johnstown. (John Henderson)
Kelley-Hartland: Ruth K., 98, Richland. (Harris)
Locher: Frances Mardale, 77, Lower Yoder. (Moskal-Reid)
O’Connor: W. Marie, 88, Belmont. (Harris)
Coughenour: Betty Jane, 87, Hollsopple R.D. (Mason)
Kaminsky: Evelyn Ruth, 90, Stoystown, (Wilbur). (Deaner, Stoystown)
Erwin: Raymond L. Sr., 67, Armagh. (Stuart, Armagh)
Harshberger: Robert L., Coronado, Calif., native of Johnstown.
Killen: Albina C., 88, Lockport. (Stuart, New Florence)
Kirsch: Leonard John, 81, Albuquerque, N.M.
Medwed: Elizabeth A., 92, formerly of Portage. (Picking-Treece-Bennett)
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State rep says he will not seek re-election
State Rep. Gary Haluska, D-Patton, announced today that he will not seek re-election after 20 years of public service, issuing the following statement:
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Three held on drug charges
A dispute at a Richland Township hotel Monday ended with three men in jail charged with possessing more than 3,000 stamp bags of heroin.
Fire company agrees to meet Wilmore Borough demands
Wilmore Borough Council and the Wilmore Volunteer Fire Company agreed to a plan that would keep the fire company operating in the borough if certain guidelines are met.
Funds eyed for mental health help
Families of people with mental disabilities know what it means to wait for the state.
Lt. gov to speak at Cambria’s birthday bash
With the date of the big party drawing near, Cambria County officials have announced that Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley will be the keynote speaker for the March 26 birthday party.
Cambria seeks grant for mental health court
The Cambria County commissioners have agreed to apply for a $120,000 grant through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Deliquency.
If approved, the money will be used to help support costs associated with the development of a proposed Cambria County Mental Health Treatment Court.
Meat-theft case suspect sentenced to probation
A Johnstown man was sentenced in Cambria County court to five years probation and ordered to refrain from alcohol and drugs, unless prescribed.
The sentence handed down by Cambria County President Judge Timothy Creany for Joseph Winogrodzki, 28, followed a guilty plea to theft by unlawful taking of moveable property.
Collision with deer disables state representative’s car
A state official from Cambria County was involved in a run-in with a deer early Sunday morning in Bedford County.
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