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Board names Zahorchak’s successor
The Greater Johnstown school board at a special meeting Thursday named a superintendent to replace the retiring superintendent, rehired its last business manager and approved other administrative appointments.
Pasquerilla recognized as arts patron
First lady Susan Corbett announced Thursday from the Jimmy Stewart Museum in Indiana, Pa., that Mark Pasquerilla of Johnstown has earned the Patron Award from the 2014 Governor’s Awards for the Arts.
Ebensburg gets ready to party
Party down with a shutdown.
Downtown Shutdown, a street party featuring music and food, will be held from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday in downtown Ebensburg.
Local Rotary Club earns recognition
The Rotary Club of Johnstown was named Outstanding Large Club of the Year in District 7330, which serves 42 Rotary Clubs in seven counties in southwest Pennsylvania, at the Rotary District 7330 and District 7300 Joint Conference that was held June 26 through 29 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort.
‘I’m helping other people’: Forest Hills freshman donates regularly to Locks of Love
Summerhill resident Kara Baumgardner has cut her hair a total of four times in the past five years.
Each time, she has chopped off 10 to 12 inches for donation to Locks of Love, a nonprofit organization that makes wigs for those 21 and younger who have lost their hair due to medical conditions.
In brief: Complaint against executive dismissed
A harassment complaint was dismissed Thursday against the executive director of Community Action Partnership of Cambria County.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony held for downtown diner
The building at 526 Main St. could have easily just become another blighted property in downtown Johnstown.
Snack-maker highlights Somerset area attractions
Snyder of Berlin has been part of Somerset County for more than 65 years.
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