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.
What new CEO sees in Windber's future
A decade ago, Windber Medical Center was attracting national attention for its patient-centered care and holistic medicine that featured music, massage, aroma and pet therapies; the Planetree philosophy of treating mind, body and spirit; and hotel industry-trained staff.
How NFL may help Windber
When Windber Area school officials heard the NFL Foundation plans to award grants for stadium renovations in areas like theirs, the timing seemed perfect, Windber Education Director Glen Gaye said.
The district has made no secret that Windber Stadium upgrades are near the top of its priority list for the coming years. The undertaking could cost millions of dollars.
East Taylor Township looks at zoning ordinance
East Taylor’s zoning plan has seen few changes since it was adopted more than 40 years ago.
In Richard Truscello’s words, “It’s got some whiskers on it.”
Happy birthday Cambria: Celebration to mark county’s 210 years
Dig out the party hats and noisemakers, March 26 is Cambria County’s birthday and the commissioners are hoping residents will join the celebration.
Slain inmate’s family sues county
A Fayette County man who murdered a Northern Cambria man while both were inmates at the Cambria County Prison should not have been housed as part of the general population, according to a federal lawsuit filed at U.S. District Court in Johnstown.
Driver charged in fatal crash
A Cresson woman who did not have a valid driver’s license was traveling more than 80 mph and frequently changing lanes on Route 22 in Blair County when she crashed into another Cambria County woman last year, according to police documents.
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