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A group of young women will represent the area at Johnstown’s annual amateur baseball event.
Gene Pentz and Brady Walker, who accomplished two of the most impressive milestone feats of any Johnstown pitchers in the history of the All American Amateur Baseball Association Tournament, sat side by side on Thursday, talking about the event’s rich history and signing autographs during the opening reception for the “Johnstown’s Game: 75 Years of AAABA Baseball in the Flood City” exhibit.
This Week's Circulars
Thelma F., 88, Johnstown (Hindman - Frankstown Rd.) Full obituary in Tuesday's paper.
Robert D., 69, Johnstown (Hindman - Frankstown Road) Full obituary in Tuesday's paper.
Audrey Lou, 84, Carrolltown. (Dimond)
Anna M. "Deet", 84, LaJose, PA Gibbons, Ashville
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- Options abound for Galleria development
- Police: Woman passed drugs to inmate by kissing him
- New owners granted liquor license transfer for Richland Lanes makeover
- Patton man allegedly steals cash from charity motorcycle event
- Defense for man accused in fatal Route 219 crash: Who was driving his truck?
- Movie nights returning to downtown theater
- 5 local wrestlers win regional titles, Chestnut Ridge takes team championship
- Deja vu in PIAA regional semifinals; Chestnut Ridge has six wrestlers in the hunt
- Johnstown police seek suspect in robbery at credit union