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Professor says Ukraine violence is unlikely
Tensions in the Ukraine eased on Tuesday after Russia pulled troops back from the border, but much of the world’s attention remains focused on the region.
Fire company, borough at odds
Questions and rumors about insurance costs, building maintenance and firefighter training have tempers flaring in tiny Wilmore Borough.
Teachers’ dispute resolved
Windber Area School District has settled a dispute with 18 female teachers who alleged the district paid them less than their male colleagues over several decades.
City asks judges to fill vacancy
Johnstown officials on Tuesday filed a petition at the Cambria County Courthouse asking that a panel of judges be named and steps taken to fill a vacancy on City Council.
Search begins for new Richland school chief
Richland School District is advertising for applicants to replace Superintendent Thomas Fleming, who will leave in June to become the top administrator of Bishop McCort Catholic High School in Johnstown.
Driver charged with DUI in fiery crash
A Somerset County man was arraigned Monday on charges stemming from what police termed a drunken driving crash that seriously injured the motorist and a passenger.
Inmate arraigned on assault charges
An inmate serving time in State Correctional Institution-Somerset for kidnapping and robbery was arraigned Tuesday on charges stemming from his alleged assault on a corrections officer
Foundation offers youth internships
The Community Foundation for the Alleghenies is seeking high school seniors from Cambria, Somerset and Bedford counties with an interest in community affairs, journalism and current events to apply for its youth philanthropy internship.
Steelworker had vision for sewer project’s future
Albert Clement Jr. had a reputation for being firm, but he also had a reputation for being fair, friends recalled Tuesday.
Clement, who worked to make the Forest Hills area of Cambria County a better place to live, died Sunday.
Local-state briefs 3-5-2014
A Johnstown man is accused of breaking into Daisytown woman's home. Police said she awoke to find him in her bedroom.
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