EBENSBURG – A St. Michael-area man was ordered on Monday to stand trial for the April 6 stabbing death of a woman during a dispute over the price of a refrigerator, authorities said.

About a dozen adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse rallied outside the state Capitol in Harrisburg to make their case that the state Senate should take the final steps to pass legislation to open a window for lawsuits stemming from abuse cases that are beyond the normal statute of limitations.

All three Richland High School Visual Arts students who entered the 15th Congressional District Art Competition won an award during Saturday’s ceremony.

We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

About a dozen adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse rallied outside the state Capitol in Harrisburg to make their case that the state Senate should take the final steps to pass legislation to open a window for lawsuits stemming from abuse cases that are beyond the normal statute of limitations.

All three Richland High School Visual Arts students who entered the 15th Congressional District Art Competition won an award during Saturday’s ceremony.

Jim Lee, a Windber author, estimates that he’s had his work published more than 2,000 times, and he recently added to that amount when his submission of “No Idle Threat” was chosen for publication in the Flash in a Flash biweekly newsletter at the end of March.

A Central City man is accused of stealing more than $1,500 from a touch-screen video “skill” game inside a Stonycreek Township gas station last week.

To celebrate Juneteenth, Pitt-Johnstown Communi-Teams and the Johnstown Branch of the NAACP are sponsoring a poetry and rap contest for middle and high school in the Johnstown area. Juneteenth, also known as Independence Day or Freedom Day, is a holiday that commemorates the announcement of …

featured

Cambria and Blair counties led the region in new cases of the novel coronavirus Friday with 39 and 49 instances, respectively, according to the Pennsylvania Health Department's update.

Adult survivors of sex abuse by priests will rally at the state Capitol on Monday to call for the state Senate to take final action to send Gov. Tom Wolf a bill that would allow them and other survivors of childhood sex abuse to sue their abusers and the organizations that protected the predators.

This Week's Circulars