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Hooversville water plan encounters major snag
Hooversville council members entered their meeting Tuesday night saying a water purchase proposal was on its way to Conemaugh Township Municipal Authority for consideration.
It might come back marked “return to sender.”
Poll shows Pennsylvanians want strong public schools
As the state’s economy struggles to pick up steam, a new statewide public opinion poll released Tuesday shows that Pennsylvanians are making strong connections between public education, state funding and economic development.
- Births 04/23/2014
Drug-related crash results in jail time
A Berlin man was sentenced Tuesday in Somerset County court in connection with a heroin-related crash that injured his 14-year-old sister.
Success leads to growth of Windber Wine in the Park
The Windber Municipal Authority and Windber Fire Department are anticipating a large crowd as they host their second annual Windber Wine in the Park event.
County seeks bids for trail resurfacing
Somerset County’s oldest stretch of the Great Allegheny Passage is about to be freshened up.
- Local briefs 4/23/2014
Persons of interest sought in bomb threat
Cambria County Courthouse reopened about 12:20 p.m. after being closed all morning in the wake of a bomb threat.
BREAKING – Bomb threat closes Cambria County Courthouse
A bomb threat telephoned to the Cambria County emergency dispatch center shortly after 9 a.m. has forced evacuation of the Cambria County Courthouse.
City Council target of complaints
A Johnstown woman who had hopes of filling a vacancy on City Council is now alleging that city leaders violated the state’s Sunshine Act at a meeting in January.
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