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)
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VIDEO | ‘Best friends killing friends’: Kids share concerns about drugs, bullying, shootings
Sara Norman wasn’t shocked to learn that a 15-year-old stands accused of shooting a Johnstown police academy recruit July 13 in Oakhurst.
And she wouldn’t be surprised that a 16-year-old took three bullets Thursday in another Oakhurst neighborhood shooting.
Preservationists use age-old method at historic site
Preservation work on two historic culverts associated with the Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site has been completed. The culverts were reconstructed using a variety of techniques, including dry stone masonry, which was used to build the culverts more than 180 years ago.
- Local briefs 7/30/2014
Officer, civilian motorist injured in crash
A Johnstown police officer who was responding to an emergency and one other driver were taken to the hospital after they were injured in a three-vehicle accident around 5:40 p.m. Tuesday on Railroad Street at the intersection with Clinton Street and Church Avenue.
The Johnstown Fire Department said that the three occupants of the third vehicle were not injured.
Report: Local jobless rate up in June
A report released Tuesday by the Department of Labor and Industry showed an increase in unemployment locally from 6.4 to 7.1 percent in June.
- District Deaths July 30, 2014
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VIDEO | 'Just be a kid': Coping with help from family and each other
With such weight threatening to drag modern youths down a dangerous path, rising above the negative influences surrounding them can be a real test of inner strength and conviction.
‘It’s family’: Youngsters like their hometown
Colt Bopp says Johnstown is “a beautiful community” – despite its faults.
VIDEO | Kids: Future bright, but it might be somewhere else
For some of the young people interviewed by The Tribune-Democrat, the future may be bright, but it won’t necessarily be in Johnstown.
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