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Three incumbent Richland Township school board members and a newcomer won nominations for four slots on both primary ballots Tuesday, virtually eliminating a ballot contest in the November election.
Windber selects Pekala
Windber Borough apparently will have a new mayor.
Hilltop group sweeps
Four of the five candidates supported by CEASE, a citizens group with a motto of fighting tax increases in the Westmont Hilltop School District while protecting education, won the four-year seats available in the identical order on both the Republican and Democratic tickets Tuesday.
3 incumbents feel N.C. wrath
Voters in the Northern Cambria School District spoke loudly in Tuesday’s primary election, as three of the four incumbents failed to earn the Democrat or Republican nomination.
Somerset attorney wins nod for judge
A Somerset attorney has a clear path to become the next district judge in the county’s northern tier.
Windber school board OKs 1 mill tax increase
The average taxpayer in Windber Area School District, with a property assessed at $21,000, will see his tax bill rise by $22 next year.
McVay wins Dem nom for Superior Court seat race
Allegheny County Judge Jack McVay has beaten Philadelphia Municipal Court Judge Joseph Waters Jr. for the Democratic nomination for a vacant seat on the state Superior Court.
Feds raid doctor’s office, home
Federal authorities raided the home and office of a Cambria County family physician who specializes in pain management and carried away boxes of medical and financial records on Tuesday.
Authority approves nightspot at airport
Fans of country-western and classic rock music will have a nightspot catering to them when two veteran restaurant owners open their new endeavor in John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport terminal building.
Poverty hits home at role-playing event
Eunice Ussar lives alone in her modest Johnstown home. With no family and few friends, the 85-year-old widow has only her two cats for companionship.
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