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  • WATCH VIDEO | Countdown to Christmas: ‘Really cool’ parade, tree-lighting excite huge downtown crowdWATCH VIDEO | Countdown to Christmas: ‘Really cool’ parade, tree-lighting excite huge downtown crowd

    An enthusiastic crowd of area residents gathered Friday night in Johnstown’s Central Park to welcome the holiday season.

    Tribune Democrat / 6 h. 19 min. ago
  • Artim stepping down as director of Johnstown-Cambria ChamberArtim stepping down as director of Johnstown-Cambria Chamber

    Mike Artim, the president and CEO of the Cambria Regional Chamber, said Friday that he plans to step down after less than a year at the organization's helm.

    Tribune Democrat / 6 h. 24 min. ago
  • Lawmakers, other officials challenge proposed closing of Ebensburg CenterLawmakers, other officials challenge proposed closing of Ebensburg Center

    About a dozen employees stood outside of Ebensburg Center on Friday to bring attention to their concerns about the possible closure of the care facility for people with disabilities.

    Tribune Democrat / 6 h. 29 min. ago
  • 2 accused of Richland Township car break-ins, theft2 accused of Richland Township car break-ins, theft

    Two Johnstown-area men will appear in Cambria County Court after they were charged in connection with a string of car break-ins that netted them about $600 worth of items.

    Tribune Democrat / 6 h. 34 min. ago
  • In the Spotlight | Group vice president works to beautify West End neighborhoodIn the Spotlight | Group vice president works to beautify West End neighborhood

    Years ago, Rose Howarth found inspiration when watching then Johnstown Mayor Don Zucco perform a simple act of community volunteerism.

    Tribune Democrat / 6 h. 39 min. ago
  • Police: Thieves ‘ransacked’ Conemaugh Township churchesPolice: Thieves ‘ransacked’ Conemaugh Township churches

    Burglars broke into two churches in Conemaugh Township, Somerset County, making off with a big screen TV and sound speakers, police said on Friday.

    Tribune Democrat / 6 h. 49 min. ago
  • Gannon sweeps way into PSAC volleyball final - GoErie.comGannon sweeps way into PSAC volleyball final - GoErie.com

    GoErie.comGannon sweeps way into PSAC volleyball finalGoErie.comEdinboro's Challen Litwiler hits a shot past Pitt-Johnstown's Kendall Mahoney, left, and Noelle Carota, right, in the PSAC women's volleyball Final Four on Friday at Gannon's Hammermill Center. [JACK HANRAHAN/ERIE TIMES-NEWS]. Hide caption.and more »

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  • PennDOT urges proper mailbox preparationPennDOT urges proper mailbox preparation

    To reduce the chances of a mailbox being damaged by a snowplow this winter, PennDOT is encouraging homeowners along rural mail routes to ensure their mailbox is properly prepared.

    Tribune Democrat / 15 h. 19 min. ago
  • Supervisor: Slick roads caused vehicle accidentsSupervisor: Slick roads caused vehicle accidents

    A number of vehicle accidents that happened Friday morning on U.S. Route 22 and other roads in Cambria County were likely caused by slick roadways, a county 911 supervisor said.

    Tribune Democrat / 15 h. 34 min. ago
  • Free holiday dinner deadline extendedFree holiday dinner deadline extended

    The deadline for signing up for the free community Thanksgiving dinner for residents of the Shade-Central City area has been extended to Wednesday.

    Tribune Democrat / 15 h. 34 min. ago
  • Stiletto Network-Wise hosting launch eventStiletto Network-Wise hosting launch event

    The Stiletto Network-Wise, a nonprofit women’s empowerment networking group in Johnstown, will hold a launch event from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Monday at B&L Wine Cellars, 900 Broad St. in Johnstown’s Cambria City section.

    Tribune Democrat / 15 h. 49 min. ago
  • Men to face trial for allowing alleged abuseMen to face trial for allowing alleged abuse

    Two officials from a Pittsburgh-area youth football organization who allegedly allowed 11- and 12-year-old players to be abused at a Somerset County football camp will face trial on third-degree felony charges of endangering the welfare of children.

    Tribune Democrat / 16 h. 4 min. ago
  • 3 taken to Conemaugh after 2-car wreck3 taken to Conemaugh after 2-car wreck

    Three people were injured Friday evening in a two-car wreck in Westmont Borough, a Cambria County 911 supervisor said.

    Tribune Democrat / 16 h. 19 min. ago
  • Irish Christmas celebration coming to Pasquerilla centerIrish Christmas celebration coming to Pasquerilla center

    Danu: A Christmas Gathering: “Feile Na Nollag” will perform at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 7 at the performing arts center on the Pitt-Johnstown campus, Richland Township, and audiences will be transported to the Emerald Isle in celebration of the season.

    Tribune Democrat / 16 h. 21 min. ago
  • Police: Man exposed himself to womanPolice: Man exposed himself to woman

    A Johnstown-area man was jailed Friday after he tried to force a woman to ingest cocaine and, when she refused, exposed himself, authorities allege.

    Tribune Democrat / 16 h. 25 min. ago
  • Johnstown Residents Bristle Over Town's Portrayal In Recent Viral ... - 90.5 WESAJohnstown Residents Bristle Over Town's Portrayal In Recent Viral ... - 90.5 WESA

    90.5 WESAJohnstown Residents Bristle Over Town's Portrayal In Recent Viral ...90.5 WESAA widely-shared Politico article used Johnstown, Pa. as a lens to showcase the loyalty of President Trump's supporters one year after his election. But.and more »

    Google News / 1 d. 0 h. 43 min. ago
  • Homicide, assault charges dismissed against IUP student in fraternity brother's death - Pittsburgh Post-GazetteHomicide, assault charges dismissed against IUP student in fraternity brother's death - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    Pittsburgh Post-GazetteHomicide, assault charges dismissed against IUP student in fraternity brother's deathPittsburgh Post-GazetteJOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Criminal charges against an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student accused of killing his fraternity brother have been dismissed. Indiana County Judge William Martin dismissed both counts, homicide and aggravated assault, saying ...and more »

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  • Memo: Shift Some Funds From Alcohol Tax to Distressed MunicipalitiesMemo: Shift Some Funds From Alcohol Tax to Distressed Municipalities

    The Johnstown's flood tax could have 5.6 percent diverted to the state's "distressed" municipalities fund, under a measure suggested by a state senator. According to a memo by Sen. Wayne Langerholc Jr., R-Bedford, the Johnstown flood tax was enacted in 1936 after the Johnstown Flood.

    Johnstown News / 1 d. 15 h. 46 min. ago
  • Coroner: Pa. mom dies while trying to clean from son's overdoseCoroner: Pa. mom dies while trying to clean from son's overdose

    The loss ended Miami's nine-game winning streak against the Eagles dating to 1994 and ended the hopes of a bowl appe JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Officials say a Pennsylvania woman may have died after coming into contact with drugs while trying to clean up from her son's suspected overdose.

    Johnstown News / 1 d. 20 h. 29 min. ago
  • Johnstown police investigate shooting in West End - WJAC JohnstownJohnstown police investigate shooting in West End - WJAC Johnstown

    WJAC JohnstownJohnstown police investigate shooting in West EndWJAC JohnstownJohnstown police are investigating a shooting that happened Wednesday night in the West End. (WJAC). AA. JOHNSTOWN - Johnstown police are investigating a shooting that happened Wednesday night in the West End. Police said they responded to the ...and more »

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  • 'This time around it's everybody': Addicted towns of Pa.'This time around it's everybody': Addicted towns of Pa.

    In a special report, PennLive is chronicling the state of the deadly opioid epidemic raging across Pennsylvania by examining the unique circumstances and the differing community responses in six of the state's the hardest-hit counties, as identified by 2016 overdose death rates. Today, Cambria County wages a desperate fight for its future amid the ravages of the ongoing epidemic.

    Johnstown News / 2 d. 5 h. 57 min. ago more
  • Coroner: Johnstown mom dies while trying to clean up from son's overdose - LancasterOnlineCoroner: Johnstown mom dies while trying to clean up from son's overdose - LancasterOnline

    LancasterOnlineCoroner: Johnstown mom dies while trying to clean up from son's overdoseLancasterOnlineJOHNSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Officials say a Pennsylvania woman may have died after coming into contact with drugs while trying to clean up from her son's suspected overdose. Cambria County Coroner Jeff Lees tells WJAC-TV 69-year-old Theresa Plummer ...Coroner: Deaths of Portage mom, son could be tied to suspected overdoseWJAC JohnstownMother accidentally fatally overdoses on son's drugs; he dies day laterWPXI PittsburghFentanyl: A Briefing Guide for First Responders June 2017 - DEADEAThe Tribune-Democrat Obituaries -Rolling Outall 57 news articles »

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  • 'This time around it's everybody': Addicted towns of Pa. - PennLive.com'This time around it's everybody': Addicted towns of Pa. - PennLive.com

    PennLive.com'This time around it's everybody': Addicted towns of Pa.PennLive.comIn a special report, PennLive is chronicling the state of the deadly opioid epidemic raging across Pennsylvania by examining the unique circumstances and the differing community responses in six of the state's the hardest-hit counties, as identified by ...

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  • Johnstown Responds to Politico - POLITICO MagazineJohnstown Responds to Politico - POLITICO Magazine

    POLITICO MagazineJohnstown Responds to PoliticoPOLITICO MagazineFor the sake of a one-year look back at the Trump win in middle America, reporter Michael Kruse came to Johnstown, Pennsylvania, for a follow-up story with those same voters he'd interviewed for earlier pieces. He left, unfortunately, painting a ...

    Google News / 3 d. 0 h. 35 min. ago
  • Coroner: Deaths of Portage mom, son could be tied to suspected ... - WJAC JohnstownCoroner: Deaths of Portage mom, son could be tied to suspected ... - WJAC Johnstown

    WJAC JohnstownCoroner: Deaths of Portage mom, son could be tied to suspected ...WJAC JohnstownA Cambria County woman may have died last week as a result of making contact with drug paraphernalia while cleaning up from the suspected overdose death ...and more »

    Google News / 3 d. 6 h. 46 min. ago
  • Johnstown school district reading initiatives praisedJohnstown school district reading initiatives praised

    Reading initiatives in the Greater Johnstown School District were praised during a Board of Education meeting Thursday night at Johnstown High School. Johnstown Teachers Association President Nancy Lisicki gave a report on teachers and their initiatives in the schools.

    Johnstown News / 3 d. 23 h. 55 min. ago
  • Johnstown progressives are sick of national media painting them solely as Trump Country - PGH City Paper (blog)Johnstown progressives are sick of national media painting them solely as Trump Country - PGH City Paper (blog)

    PGH City Paper (blog)Johnstown progressives are sick of national media painting them solely as Trump CountryPGH City Paper (blog)Regardless, there are many Trump supporters in Johnstown and the surrounding area who are low-income, elderly whites who have seen their towns slowly decline thanks to factories closing. Pennsylvania polls show Trump is still widely popular in ...

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  • A Year Later, The Shock Of Trump's Win Hasn't Totally Worn Off In Either PartyA Year Later, The Shock Of Trump's Win Hasn't Totally Worn Off In Either Party

    Donald Trump at an Oct. 2016 campaign rally in Johnstown, Pa. He won by cracking Democrats' "blue wall," as the first GOP presidential candidate to win Pennsylvania since 1988.

    Johnstown News / 9 d. 5 h. 51 min. ago
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  • Trump Supporters Know He's Lying to Them And They Don't CareTrump Supporters Know He's Lying to Them And They Don't Care

    It's clear before you get to the last line of this must-read piece at Politico -and you're gonnawanna read it straight through to the very, very bitter end-that attempts to reach out to or reason with hardcore Trump supporters are a waste of time, political energy, and scarce resources. Michael Kruse revisits a dying Pennsylvania coal town and gently points out to Trump that the man they put into office not only hasn't kept his promises to them, he hasn't made a serious effort to.

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  • Johnstown, Pennsylvania, Is All out of HopeJohnstown, Pennsylvania, Is All out of Hope

    A lot of people are talking today about Michael Kruse's piece in Politico Magazine in which he traveled back to Johnstown, Pennsylvania to check in with Trump supporters he'd talked to last year. The basic takeaway is a bit different from the headline suggesting the president's supporters never believed his promises.

    Johnstown News / 9 d. 17 h. 14 min. ago
  • The Trumpocalypse: One Year Down, 999 to GoThe Trumpocalypse: One Year Down, 999 to Go

    The Trumpocalypse began a year ago today. That means it's time to check in with the working-class white voters who flipped the Rust Belt for now-President Donald Trump last November 8. As Michael Kruse's report in Politico shows, Trump supporters in Johnstown, Pennsylvania still adore him.

    Johnstown News / 9 d. 19 h. 33 min. ago
  • Johnstown Never Believed Trump Would Help. They Still Love Him Anyway. - POLITICO MagazineJohnstown Never Believed Trump Would Help. They Still Love Him Anyway. - POLITICO Magazine

    POLITICO MagazineJohnstown Never Believed Trump Would Help. They Still Love Him Anyway.POLITICO MagazineJOHNSTOWN, Pa.—Pam Schilling is the reason Donald Trump is the president. Schilling's personal story is in poignant miniature the story of this area of western Pennsylvania as a whole—one of the long-forgotten, woebegone spots in the middle of the ...

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  • Man accused of killing woman found with broken neck in alleyMan accused of killing woman found with broken neck in alley

    A man has been charged with criminal homicide in the death of a woman whose body was found dumped in a Pennsylvania alley.

    Johnstown News / 11 d. 19 h. 5 min. ago
  • Board to hear project updateBoard to hear project update

    The Greater Johnstown School District Board of Education will hear a financial update on its ongoing $39.6 million capital project at its meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Johnstown High School. Board members heard in September that the three-year project was about halfway done.

    Johnstown News / 24 d. 1 h. 24 min. ago
  • Ebensburg gets $9M for wastewater projectEbensburg gets $9M for wastewater project

    Borough Council President Doug Tusing said that while the authority did receive the full $9 million in loans it requested, the authority failed to receive any grants from Pennvest in conjunction with the loan. Tusing did note that the borough was fortunate to receive the entirety of the loan it applied for from Pennvest.

    Johnstown News / 24 d. 12 h. 24 min. ago
  • Judge nixes abuse oversight charges against 1 of 3 Pa. friarsabout 1 hour agoJudge nixes abuse oversight charges against 1 of 3 Pa. friarsabout 1 hour ago

    A judge has dismissed charges against one of three friars accused of improperly supervising a Franciscan brother who was accused of molesting more than 100 children, most at a Pennsylvania high school. The judge found 74-year-old Anthony "Giles" Schinelli didn't conspire to cover up abuse allegations.

    Johnstown News / 24 d. 21 h. 55 min. ago
  • Kitron: Q3 2017 - Continued strong growthKitron: Q3 2017 - Continued strong growth

    Kitron's revenue in the second quarter amounted to NOK 535 million, a 17 per cent underlying growth compared to 463 million in the same quarter last year. Peter Nilsson, Kitron's CEO, comments: "Kitron continues to gain market share.

    Johnstown News / 25 d. 9 h. 11 min. ago
  • Two city positions open for resumesTwo city positions open for resumes

    Mayor Vern Jackson said this week he is seeking resumes to replace two city department heads who will retire by the end of the year. At the end of Monday's Common Council meeting at City Hall, the mayor spoke up about the pending departures of Johnstown Senior Citizens Center Director Michelle Jones and City Clerk Cathy VanAlstyne.

    Johnstown News / 28 d. 12 h. 20 min. ago