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Police: Courthouse suspect used accent
Police allege Stephen Jablonski, 50, 668 Russell Ave., Johnstown, put on a fake Arabic accent and used words like "jihad" when he phoned in a bomb threat Tuesday at the Cambria County Courthouse.
Wednesday, April 23 2014
It BROKE OUT SATURday and THAT WILDFIRE CONTINUES TO RAGE ON WILL'S MOUNTAIN IN CUMBERLAND VALLEY TOWNSHIP, BEDFORD COUNTY.
Two accused of bomb threat in Cambria
Police have arrested two suspects in connection with a bomb threat that closed the Cambria County Courthouse for hours Tuesday.
Dig in! It's time to plan, plant, nurture, grow
For many, the zing in the air this time of year has them rushing to their area garden shops for supplies, eager to add new life to their dreary landscape.
PSP: Dog aggressive, a hazard
A dog shot and killed by state troopers Sunday was acting aggressively toward humans and causing a traffic hazard, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
Pa. Students Take Advantage of Bunk-in Program
April 14--When a call comes in to the Indiana Fire Association's White Township substation after midnight, four firefighters spring from their second-floor beds, slide down a pole into the truck bay, grab their gear and head out.
Contract awarded for McDade Park waterlines
The Lackawanna County commissioners on Wednesday awarded a $258,247.25 contract to a Honesdale company to replace the aging waterlines at McDade Park.
Ebensburg Group Makes Pitch To Become Ebensburg Airport Authority
They are not asking for a bailout, but a representative of the group operating Ebensburg Airport admitted the Regional Aviation, Conservation and Recreation Association would welcome some support.
Surviving are two siblings: Mary Louise Eckenrode and Pat Passanita, both of Dysart; two nieces: Marilyn Passanita and Gerianne Eckenrode, both of Ebensburg; two nephews: Gary Eckenrode of Lewes, Del., and Randy Passanita of Ebensburg; several great-nieces, great-nephews, great-great-nieces and great-great-nephews; and a godchild, Greg Shingle of ... (more)
Intersection plans draw praise
Plans to create a signalized intersection at Frankstown Road and Route 22 drew praise Wednesday night from residents who believe the plans will be an improvement in safety.