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Penn Cambria appreciates alum's 'I Love You Like ...' book donation

Anyone who knows Scott Sutton, a Chest Springs native and 2000 graduate of Penn Cambria High School and '04 graduate of Lycoming College, knows he has ...

Somerset claims fourth consecutive volleyball title | Sports  Daily American Online

CRESSON — The Somerset Golden Eagles were able to overcome multiple early miscues to rally and defeat the Hollidaysburg Golden Tigers 3-1 in the District ...

Penn Cambria Presents: Grease the Musical  WTAJ

Join Penn Cambria High School for their spring production, Grease the Musical !

PC defense takes its toll on Heights | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

By Calem Illig For the Mirror CRESSON — Even with the numerous playmakers the Cambria Heights girls basketball team possesses, a lethal press by Penn ...

Pitt commit Mason Ronan will join Panthers in 2019 despite selection in MLB draft  Cardiac Hill

Pitcher Mason Ronan committed to Pitt in July 2017 but was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 29th round of the 2018 MLB draft last week. However, he ...

HASD teacher a Grammy finalist | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

A Grammy Award is within grasp for a local music teacher. Scott Sheehan, Hollidaysburg Area High School Director of Bands and music department chairman, ...

Fire crews at scene of Kernville fire | Multimedia

Firefighters spent several hours battling a blaze in a vacant, dilapidated structure in the Kernville section of Johnstown on Thursday. COUPON DEALS.

Student with special needs is crowned prom king — with 37 dates

Prom is hyped up to be the most magical night of your high school life — and for Sam Lamar, a 21-year-old special needs student at Penn Cambria High School ...

Authority receives bid for razing of former shirt factory

EBENSBURG – Eleven bids for the demolition of a former factory in Northern Cambria were received Wednesday during a meeting of the Cambria County ...

Solensky, Tomahawks want to build on fast start

The Johnstown Tomahawks have changed their fortunes this season, but forward Samuel Solensky has remained the same productive player he's been through ...

Pa. rolling out tip system to better catch pill mills and doctor-shopping

Pennsylvania is rolling out a new tool to make it easier for medical professionals, pharmacists and the public to pass along tips about suspicious prescription ...

US Rep. Keith Rothfus | Washington DC | Multimedia

The Tribune-Democrat's Dave Sutor and photographer, Thomas Slusser, spend the day with U.S. Rep. Keith Rothfus, R-Sewickley, from the 12th Congressional ...

Justin Moore coming to Johnstown arena | News

Country music singer and songwriter Justin Moore, with special guests Cody Johnson and Eric Paslay, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16 at 1st Summit Arena ...

Secondary students ready for robotics challenge | News

Robotics teams made up of students in seventh through 12th grades from schools throughout western and central Pennsylvania will compete against one ...

'The Voice' shines the brightest of spotlights on Cresson's Josh Gallagher  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Cambria County family, community embraces the success of the reality star as he continues to advance on one of TV's most popular shows.

Fort Carson soldier, 19, killed in Pennsylvania ATV crash  Colorado Springs Gazette

A 19-year-old Fort Carson soldier died Saturday in an ATV crash while on leave in his hometown of Ashville, Pa. Cody "C.J." Maines was assigned Dec.

Vintondale woman dies in house fire | News

A Vintondale woman died in a house fire early Saturday morning, according to Cambria County Coroner Jeffrey Lees.

Pharmacist's license temporarily suspended | News

A Johnstown pharmacist's license to practice has been suspended, for now, while a hearing is scheduled to determine whether that suspension should remain ...

Bishop Carroll overcomes previous setbacks to beat Northern Cambria

Bishop Carroll won three tightly-contested games on Saturday afternoon to take the 6-A championship match over defending champion Northern Cambria in a ...

Police seek public's help in Giant Eagle robbery

Johnstown police continue to search for suspects in connection with Monday's robbery of Giant Eagle in the city's West End.

Eternal Remembrance LLC receives grant | News

Eternal Remembrance LLC of Cresson was awarded a $75000 grant from Ben Franklin Technology Partners, according to state Rep. Frank Burns.

Austin's Playroom project to receive $25,000 donation | News

A $25000 donation will be presented to a Northern Cambria nonprofit organization working to open an innovative treehouse for local families with young ...

State prison officials eye possible end to lockdown

The Department of Corrections has slightly relaxed its lockdown of the state prison system, with the aim of getting back to normal operations next week.

'He's still a winner': Cresson-area native Josh Gallagher finishes 4th on 'The Voice'

Cresson-area native Josh Gallagher's journey on NBC's “The Voice” ended short of his goal Tuesday, as he was finished in fourth place in nationwide fan voting.

Shelter a safe place for people in need | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

As a supervisor for the homeless shelter operated near the former Bon Secours hospital by Family Services Inc., Bryan Lytle has had to turn away many ...

WATCH VIDEO | Bottle Works gets $500K for 'Green Roof'

A project that will serve as a catalyst for innovative and creative sustainable neighborhood design in Cambria City just received a boost.

Jackson Township bridge renamed for state trooper killed in 1985

Family, friends and former coworkers of Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Gary Fisher gathered at St. John Vianney Church's Quinn Hall Friday for a dedication ...

Cheering on the team | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

Penn Cambria High School freshman cheerleader Allison Hoover, 14, cheers during the high school football game with visiting Greater Johnstown on Friday ...

'An all-around Johnstown-area experience': Flood City Music Festival vendors stay local

A “locally infused” vendor lineup is once again the theme for planning this year's Flood City Music Festival, said Brennan Mihalick, who oversaw booking this ...

Pure imagination: 'Willy Wonka' to be staged at Altoona's Mishler Theatre | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

Will Jones sees “Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka” as a morality tale covered in “weirdness and chocolate.” “What's really unique to me is the morality of it,” said Jones, ...

St. Clement Church to celebrate special Veterans Day service

In recognition of Veterans Day, an area church will celebrate a *service* to honor those who have have served and continue to serve the country.

Mike Mastovich | Former Trojan Gibson set for second year at Youngstown State

Bryce Gibson arrived at Youngstown State University last summer fully expecting to contribute to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision ...

Jerome Sportsmen's Association hosting Quemahoning Reservoir cleanup | News

The Jerome Sportsmen's Association, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission, will hold its annual cleanup at the Quemahoning ...

Toale commits to Division I Bentley | Sports

Johnstown Tomahawks defenseman Hunter Toale announced his commitment to play Division I hockey at Bentley University beginning in the fall of 2019.

Tomahawks notch big win to start exhibition season

Dom Posta and Anthony Mastromonica each scored twice and Sean Bauchens had four points on Friday night as the Johnstown Tomahawks used a five-goal ...

Former Stefano aide charged with sexual assault on minor

A now-former staff member in state Sen. Patrick Stefano's Fayette County office was arrested on Thursday for alleged inappropriate sexual contact with a minor.

Life onshore: ACT creates world on Mishler stage for 'Little Mermaid' | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

Megan Marcaurelle-Jones will be “swimming” across the Mishler Theatre stage in Altoona Community Theatre's production of Disney's “The Little Mermaid” next ...

Bald Eagle Area girls volleyball vs Freeport | BEA loses 3-0 | Nov 7 2017  Centre Daily Times

The Bald Eagle Area girls volleyball team's perfect season came to an end Tuesday night in the first round of the PIAA tournament.

Bald Eagle Area, State College girls volleyball: Friendly rivals ready for PIAA tournament  Centre Daily Times

The coaches from Bald Eagle Area and State College girls' volleyball have known each other for a long time and the two teams have become fast friends. They'll ...

Bedford girls reach PIAA soccer semifinals | Sports

An early goal by the Bedford Bisons during Saturday's PIAA Class AA girls soccer quarterfinal held throughout the afternoon at Hempfield Area High School.

It's not where you go, but who you meet along the way: P&J Productions to stage 'The Wizard of Oz' at Mishler Theatre | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

Judy Garland was 16 years old when she landed the role of Dorothy in the 1939 film “The Wizard of Oz.” At only 14, Ellie Irwin will play the 12-year-old K.

Missing persons case | Police seek help in search for Portage man, Blair teen

State police are asking for the public's help in a missing persons investigation.

Police: Ebensburg man sexually assaulted two teenage girls

An Ebensburg man was jailed Thursday on charges of sexually assaulting two teenage girls.

Cambria's new VA director says job allows him to keep serving

While Josh Hauser was growing up, he was influenced by two grandfathers who were World War II veterans and says he always wanted to join the military.

City police find suspected meth lab in Wood Street home

Two people were jailed Friday after Johnstown police found a suspected methamphetamine lab inside a Wood Street home.

Altoona Curve team to bring baseball clinic to Ebensburg

Local aspiring baseball players will have a chance to learn from the pros during a clinic with members of the Altoona Curve team July 29.

Somerset County Baseball Oldtimers Hall of Fame welcomes new class

The 19th annual Somerset County Baseball Oldtimers Hall of Fame will hold its 19th annual induction ceremony at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Berlin Community ...

Attorney: Johnstown man wants to withdraw guilty plea on gun charge

A Johnstown man facing a felony weapons charge got a new attorney this week and hopes to withdraw a guilty plea he entered.

Stories of the Year 2016 | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

Reassessment in Blair County and sexual abuse by church officials were among the top local stories of 2016. The Mirror's news staff voted.

Croyle Township meeting heats up over equipment | News

A $116000 upgrade in Croyle Township's equipment fleet had tempers flaring at this week's township supervisors' meeting.

Area singers impress on 'The Voice'  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Singers Tarra Layne and Josh Gallagher made it past the blind audition phase onto Team Blake.

'Voice' finalist Josh Gallagher leans on wife Lindsey: It's not 'Make Believe” | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

*Fresh* out of college, Lindsey Miller was 23 when she first moved out of her childhood home in Sinking Valley. Her destination was 700 miles away, a city 15 ...

North Star football preview | Cougars hoping for reversal of fortunes

North Star had its last winning season (6-5) in 2013, but the past few years, the Cougars have struggled, including last season's 1-9 campaign.

Police: Johnstown man jailed for shooting gun at Richland Township bar

A Johnstown man has been jailed in connection with a shooting May 1 at Hometown Bar and Grill in Richland Township.

Tigers champs of Sheetz Classic - Sports  The Wyoming County Examiner

The Tunkhannock Area wrestling team celebrate after winning the Sheetz Holiday Classic at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson. In the front row, from left, are ...

Record in their future? Giant Ouija board painted on Windber hotel roof

WINDBER – Since Blair Murphy and some partners first purchased the Grand Midway Hotel in 2001, he has gotten to know the building's roof very well.

Group sues over Blair County property reassessments | News

Some citizens are suing Blair County and asking a court to prevent property owners from being taxed on new values the group says are unfair.

Editorial | State police stretched to cover more ground

A vandalism spree in the community of Boswell this week has amplified the financial struggles many municipalities face over police coverage – and the ...

Chefs cook for Mother's Day: Lauren Kudlawiec, runner-up on Rachael Ray's 'Great American Cookbook Contest'  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Mother's Day is going to be extra special for Lauren Kudlawiec this year. It will be her first Mother's Day as a mother; she had a baby in January. “Last year at this ...

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