Humanik: Catherine Louise, 83, Johnstown. (Picking-Treece-Bennett)
Swank: Christopher James, infant son of Brian C. and Crystal (Donelson) Swank, Johnstown. (Henderson)
Zajac: Agnes A., 94, Gallitzin. (Gibbons, Gallitzin)
Varner: John Z., 82, Somerset. (Miller)
Bloom: Mary R., 90, Martinsburg R.D., native of Salix. (Weaver)
Bracken: Victor Pershing, 94, Olathe, Kan., native of Johnstown. (Newcomer)
Brown: Richard P., 76, Bedford. (Blackburn)
Himes: Samuel G., 66, Blairsville. (Ferguson)
Kleinmeyer: James R., 49, Pittsburgh, formerly of Johnstown. (Hindman, Frankstown Road)
Miller: Edward T., 56, Rossiter. (Moriconi)
- Local News
New sewage plant operator pares jobs of 4 union workers
The plant manager sees major benefits coming from the international operation that soon will begin operating Johnstown’s sewage plant, but the union president calls it a “raw deal.”
Portage tops area schools in new state rankings
Portage Area High School has come out at the top of area public high schools in the state Department of Education’s inaugural round of School Performance Profiles.
Suspect accepts plea deal: Baseball bat killer says death was unintended
A Beaverdale man charged in the baseball bat killing of his paramour’s son told a Cambria County judge Wednesday that while he hit the man, his intention was not to end his life.
8 adults enter ARD after juveniles drink at party
Eight adults from the Swigle Mountain Road area of Jackson Township have been placed on the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program after being charged with furnishing alcohol to minors and criminal conspiracy.
Portage Township, drive-in clash over sign placement
The Portage Township supervisors will be taking a nearly 60-year-old Portage business to court next month, a conflict that operators say could spell doom for the establishment if the ruling is in the township’s favor.
Dustin Grush, manager of the Portage Bar-Ann Drive-In Theatre along Springhill Road, said the business received notification in November that the township is suing to have the drive-in’s sign, which is positioned in the center of Cyran Alley, removed from the township-owned right of way.
2 boroughs keep property tax rates flat
Two small Windber Area School District communities are holding the line on real estate taxes next year.
City police arrest two in Woodvale drug bust
Johnstown police have two people in custody after a drug bust in the Woodvale section of the city.
Man waives hearing on burning boy, 3
A Johnstown man accused of causing burns to a 3-year-old boy with scalding water and a cigarette lighter will answer criminal charges in Cambria County court.
- Local briefs 12/19/2013
Homeowners group honors local man
A longtime community leader has been honored for his dedication to the Westmont area.
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