Billy: Emilie G. Sr., 83, Gallitzin. (Gibbons, Gallitzin)
Campagna: William Kelly, 63, Cresson. (Gibbons, Gallitzin)
Cunningham: Sherry Lynn (Rummel), 56, Nanty Glo. (Easly-Hindman)
Jelliffe: Allen R., 75, Vintondale, formerly of Bound Brook, N.J. (Dimond)
Kauffman: Kenneth E., 79, Johnstown. (John Henderson)
Kepple: Catherine E., 74, Johnstown. (Ozog)
Probilksy: Mary J., 90, Northern Cambria. (Long-Contres)
Fraska: Nick Jr., 84, Windber. (Meek & Dalla Valle)
Garland: James R., 82, Bolivar. (McCracken)
Kalp: Carol Ann (Thomas), Gorham, Maine, native of Johnstown. (Dolby & Dorr)
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Neighbors rouse residents from West End fire
Vincent Freedman was asleep in a duplex in Johnstown’s West End early Monday when he was awakened by pounding on the door.
Motorcyclist injured on Rt. 271 in Mundys Corner
An accident reconstruction team was brought in to process a crash scene involving a motorcycle and tri-axle truck on Route 271, investigators said.
Cause of West End fire still undetermined
The cause of a five-alarm fire early Monday morning at a vacant structure on the 500 block of Dorothy Avenue in Johnstown’s West End has not yet been determined.
Rents change with new rules
A change in federal housing regulations raises the rent for 28 public housing tenants and reduces the rent for 29 tenants in Johnstown Housing Authority communities.
Memorial programs recognized
A national hospital ranking report recognizes Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center as high performing in four categories.
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Residents seek Sonman memorial
Relatives of workers involved in one of the biggest mine disasters in the region’s history are working to keep the victims’ memories from fading. Next year marks the 75th anniversary of the 1940 Sonman Mine explosion, which claimed 63 lives.
Foul play ruled out in train fatality
Foul play has been ruled out in the death of a Windber man found struck by a train near Seward early Sunday, investigators say.
- Correction 07/22/2014
Concussion prevention project progressing
A Johnstown-area hospital and school district are a step ahead of the president's call for more research into sports injuries, having developed a groundbreaking concussion-prevention program aimed at helping all athletes, particularly students, avoid brain injuries.
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