Volunteers help out with breast cancer benefit
Defeating breast cancer is the goal of many women who raise tens of thousands of dollars each year for that purpose.
The women will raise funds again on April 22 during the eighth annual Taunia Oechslin Girls Night Out program. It is scheduled for 5 p.m. at the Pasquerilla Conference Center in downtown Johnstown.
Concert assists cancer patient
The family, friends and co-workers of Julie (Migut) Hanlin are conducting a fundraising concert to assist with expenses related to a recent cancer diagnosis.
Allied Artists’ work displayed
New members are adding to the artistic pool of Allied Artists.
IN BRIEF | Outstanding Young Woman winners chosen
Ex-councilman wants sewer test mandate submitted to voters
Former Johnstown City Councilman Jack Williams plans to present an ordinance to the current council members asking them to repeal the controversial pressure test mandate associated with the municipality’s ongoing sewer improvement project.
Recreation breakup feud lingers
Breaking up is hard to do.
Just ask leaders trying to dismantle the partnership that made up Westmont Hilltop Recreation Commission.
State grants complicate park’s sale
Like many of his neighbors with an interest in recreation, Jim Craft of Upper Yoder was disturbed over talk of selling The Ridge park and the playground at the former Stutzman School.
Road repairs hit full speed
With the state’s gasoline tax already on the rise and a host of other fees now increasing as part of Act 89, a five-year slate of tax and fee increases, PennDOT officials are spelling out specifics of projects already bid.
PennDOT: Funds available for Route 219 engineering
Work on Phase 1 of the $300 million four-lane Route 219 from Meyersdale to Somerset is back in gear, and the chances of completing the highway to the Maryland state line are looking a little brighter.
Water in gas line ruined furnace, Dale resident says
Jim Lux has lived on Nathaniel Street in Dale Borough since the early 1990s. His nearly 50-year-old natural gas furnace, which was recently replaced, had been there much longer.
Lux said while he’d been looking to put the old burner out to pasture, the Dale Borough arm of the city’s sewer upgrade was the death blow, and he stepped up his timetable.
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