JOHNSTOWN — A band of wind-driven snow greets Linda Penrod of Geistown as she waits for a CamTran bus Thursday at Bedford and Lulay streets in the borough. The abrupt change from springlike temperatures on the two previous days was a chilly reminder that winter isn’t over yet. Weather prognosticating groundhog Punxsutawney Phil is due to emerge from his burrow on Gobbler’s Knob on Saturday to deliver his annual pronouncement on the length of the season. AccuWeather expects more wind and snow in the Johnstown area today.
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New filtration system targets mine water
Orange stones surround a black plastic discharge pipe at the Rock Tunnel abandoned mine drainage site.
There is a rusty tint to some nearby water and mud, too.
Soon, though, a new filtration system, consisting of shallow vegetative wetlands, a settling basin, concrete trough, buried limestone and aeration component, is expected to help return those elements back to their natural appearances.
Richland to weigh speed study
A group of Theatre Drive residents has convinced Richland Township’s supervisors to look into the costs of a special traffic study weighing whether their residential neighborhood’s current 35 mph speed limit should be reduced.
Border battle lingers: Adams Twp. wants court to become involved
Adams Township officials are asking the Cambria County court to once again become involved in its long-running boundary line dispute with Richland Township.
Officials urge creation of crime watch groups
State Rep. Frank Burns told the crowd about the night his life changed forever.
After leaving a AAABA game, the then-16-year-old Burns was surrounded by three males, “dancing” around him like boxers and taunting him.
They attacked and he was on the ground. He took a powerful kick to the face.
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Injured officer back on duty
Two people were injured in a three-car accident Tuesday evening when a truck failed to yield to a Johnstown police officer who was rushing to assist another patrol car, police said.
Child rapist to report to jail Monday; medical concern cited
A Johnstown man set to pick a jury today on charges he sexually abused two boys, entered a guilty plea in Cambria County court Wednesday.
‘They got it done’: Lift Johnstown recognizes pair for trailhead work
Rob McCombie and Steve Coy showed up Wednesday at a Path of the Flood Trail spur in East Conemaugh dressed like they were ready to get to work.
Instead, a group of community advocates were waiting there to thank them for the hard work they’ve already put in.
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