Lemen: Stuart, 60, Portage. (Serenko-Claar)
Mintmier: George, 64, Johnstown. (Geisel, Johnstown.
Slavich: Michael P. Sr., 94, Johnstown. (Henderson-Makuchan)
Westin: Theodore Larson Sr., 76, Cresson. (Kennedy)
Heider: Margaret E. (Hahn), 87, West Middlesex, Mercer County, native of Alum Bank. (Smith)
Rice: Ira Webster, 79, Bethlehem, Northampton and Lehigh counties, formerly of Uniontown and Johnstown. (Ozog)
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Johnstown police: Heroin found after chase that injured officer, Pittsburgh man charged
A Pittsburgh man who police said fled a traffic stop Tuesday faces numerous charges, authorities said.
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Johnstown drug sweep: State, county, local authorities target 30 suspected dealers
Nine months of investigation - conducted by multiple law enforcement agencies - culminated in a safely executed, massive street-level drug sweep in Johnstown and surrounding communities on Thursday.
Three arrested as early morning Johnstown drug raid launches major sweep
A booming voice called out: “Occupants of 742 Menoher Boulevard, this is the police with a search warrant. Surrender the residence.”
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.
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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.
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.
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