Two Johnstown men will appear in Cambria County court, accused of breaking into a residence and making off with antique liquor, jewelry, power tools, a motorcycle and other items, authorities said.

Powell Stackhouse Park was overgrown and littered with junk when longtime boilermaker Jim Pasco was transferred to Johnstown by U.S. Steel in the 1980s – and started paying attention to the forgotten forest.

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Two Johnstown men will appear in Cambria County court, accused of breaking into a residence and making off with antique liquor, jewelry, power tools, a motorcycle and other items, authorities said.

Powell Stackhouse Park was overgrown and littered with junk when longtime boilermaker Jim Pasco was transferred to Johnstown by U.S. Steel in the 1980s – and started paying attention to the forgotten forest.

SOMERSET – The Somerset County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday voted to reject both bids received earlier this month by the county for ice-melting material and to reopen the bidding process.

Members of the Windber Area Ministerium are invited to participate in safety training that will be held Thursday at St. Mary Byzantine Catholic Church, 803 Somerset Ave., Windber. 

Kristy and Tony Shroyer, of Hyndman, Bedford County, get a fall photo of their children and niece at Boyer Farms in New Paris on Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019.

Commercial flights from Johnstown’s airport carried almost 40% more passengers last month than September 2018, but airport leaders were hoping for more. 

SOMERSET – A woman was pulled from the water of the Quemahoning Dam on Monday after her kayak overturned, Conemaugh Township police said. 

A Ford Model A Deluxe Rumble Seat Roadster takes a cruise Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, pass the Gautier Steel LTD buildings along Washington Street in downtown Johnstown. 

Benches honoring the late George Yurasko Jr. and his sister Helen “Corky” Yurasko Kralik’s are reconnecting the pair from atop Johnstown’s Inclined Plane. 

As the regular season closed, the Pittsburgh Pirates let go of manager Clint Hurdle. And, while that might seem like an uninteresting headline, the manner that they fired him is worth talking about.

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GROVE[mdash]George Kenneth, Jr., 53, Loretto, died October 15, 2019 at Indiana Hospital Emergency Room. Born October 8, 1966 in Cleveland, Ohio, son of George Sr. and Leah Rae (Wills) Grove. Preceded in death by father on January 14, 2008. Survived by mother of Loretto, wife, the former Gina…

MCDAY[mdash] Charles G., 66, Johnstown, lovingly called "Charlie", took hold of God's hand on October 12, 2019. Charlie was born on July 24, 1953, to the union of Marie Twyman Tucker and Robert McDay in Cincinnati, Ohio. At a young age, the family moved to Johnstown. Charlie was a Graduate o…

PATTERSON[mdash] Lou Ann, 63, Cambria Care Center, Ebensburg, native of Carrolltown, passed away October 16, 2019. Born January 12, 1956, in Spangler, daughter of Stanley and Charlotte (Snyder) Gwizdak. Preceded in death by parents; and son, Rodney Patterson. Survived by children; Jamie Patt…

WEIMER[mdash] Darleen T., 70, Strongstown, died October 15, 2019 at Shadyside Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Bion E. (Ed) Tomb and Jean M. Tomb and was born September 25, 1949 in Indiana, PA. She was a member of the Homer City Presbyterian Church. She loved and adored her family …

O'FARRELL[mdash] Mary Lou (McCully), 83, Nanty Glo, passed away October 16, 2019 at home. She was born January 18, 1936 in Revloc. Daughter of the late George Roy and Sara (Rager) McCully. Preceded in death by husband Kenneth R., Sr. whom she was married to for 54 years, infant son Mark, bro…