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Hooversville cleared to buy water from Conemaugh Township
Who will sell drinking water to Hooversville?
That was one of the questions the Somerset County General Authority sought to answer when it met Thursday with two members of Hooversville Borough Council.
Charity dinner-dance will benefit Windber Area Community Kitchen
Organizers of the Red Rose Charity Ball think it’s never too early to start filling seats for the charity dinner-dance.
Annual 'Rhythms of Christmas' will be held Saturday in Somerset
An upcoming community event is sure to put attendees in the holiday spirit.
In brief: Naughty musical coming to arts center
Tickets go on sale today for a new show at Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center, Richland Township.
“50 Shades! The Musical” will be performed at 3 p.m. Jan. 19.
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Prosecutor wonders how many of man's 5 DUIs should count as "first offenses"
A Blair County prosecutor must decide how many of a man’s five drunken-driving arrests in the past 14 months count as “first” offenses.
Sewer vote put on hold
Johnstown City Council tabled a resolution, put forth by board member Dr. Joseph Taranto, that called for significantly changing the process residents must undertake in order to connect with the municipality’s sanitary sewer system.
Police: Driver was not conscious
A Westmont man driving the bus for a college lacrosse team was unconscious when the vehicle crashed in March, killing him and a pregnant coach, investigators have concluded.
‘A great project’: Workshop nonprofit opens shredding business
When a local manufacturer closed its doors a few years back, it also cut work for dozens of people employed by a Somerset nonprofit that trains and finds jobs for folks serviced by Bedford-Somerset Mental Health/Mental Retardation.
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