When Paul Douglas Newman, a history professor at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, offered to write a term paper alongside his students, he never expected to uncover how Native Americans arrived in the Johnstown region and were drawn into the French and Indian War.
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ATLANTA — Gang violence is up throughout the Southeast and pockets of Georgia seem to be the epicenter.
A jury needed less than 25 minutes Wednesday to find a former SCI-Somerset prisoner guilty of murdering his cellmate 2018.
Paul Michael Lehman asked forgiveness, saying, “I never meant for any of this any of this to happen,” on Tuesday before receiving the inescapable sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole for the Nov. 22, 2018, murder of Deontaye Quadir Hurling.
Kirsten Vazquez stood a few feet away from the Joseph Johns statue, a tribute to Johnstown’s founder, and yelled into a megaphone, calling out for criminal justice reform, unity and an end to racism in her hometown.
Toward the end of an interview about policing, race relations and the death of George Floyd, Capt. Chad Miller, who at the time was Johnstown’s interim police chief, pulled out a single-page copy of House Bill 870.
Federal authorities were searching for a homicide suspect when they took a 17-year-old boy into custody on Feb. 2 as he stepped off a bus, in a case of mistaken identity.
Eden Hicks was was just 3 years old when her mother Kaylene Roedel, 26, was murdered in 2016 and her body dumped on a hiking trail in Johnstown.
EBENSBURG – Cambria County Judge David J. Tulowitzki approved the request for a 60-day extension in the post-conviction relief request of a Fu…