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$4.5k cash reward offered to find Johnstown killer

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — A large cash reward is on the table for anyone that has information that leads to an arrest of the person responsible for taking the lives of two people and a dog. On April 30, 61-year-old Lionel Mickens and 36-year-old Britney Rummell were found dead in the second-floor bedroom of […]
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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PennDOT: $2.5 million Route 30 project in Hempfield makes for less congestion at red lights

If you’ve noticed better traffic flow recently on Route 30 in Hempfield, you’re not alone. A $2.5 million project upgrading traffic signals on 3 miles of the highway between North Greengate Road and Possum Hollow Road is almost done. While PennDOT officials await final work between the contractor and Verizon, the signals are working together in an effort to reduce congestion on a section of the road heavily populated by businesses.
HEMPFIELD TOWNSHIP, PA
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Lost Bronze Star returned to family of Lower Burrell veteran

LOWER BURRELL (KDKA) -- Just days before Memorial Day, a Bronze Star is back with the family of a local U.S. Army veteran.Frank Musto served in World War II and was wounded in battle while serving in France. He was awarded several medals for his service; and after he died, is children split them up between themselves. The Bronze Star was in a safe deposit box that went unclaimed when one of Musto's sons passed away. Treasurer Stacy Garrity and her office worked to track down the Musto family. On Friday, they returned the medal to the family in Lower Burrell. "A lot of veterans out there that probably have lost medals. It's nice to get it back," son Ron Musto said. The Pennsylvania Treasury has returned a total of 560 military decorations and memorabilia. 
LOWER BURRELL, PA
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Giant Eagle Gives Shoppers a Break on Grocery Prices

Giant Eagle, Inc. has rolled out a new pricing initiative for its myPerks members that offers savings of up to 20% on more than 1,000 products. The lower prices are aimed at helping customers deal with higher inflationary prices and will be available at both Giant Eagle’s supermarkets and Market District locations.
INDIANA, PA
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5 things to do in Westmoreland County: May 27-29

Greensburg Community Days continues today and Saturday at Lynch Field with live music, vendors, food, carnival games, rides, Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department demonstrations, a car cruise and more fun. Hours are 6 to 10 p.m. today, with special features including the E.C. Cruisers Car Club car cruise at 6 p.m....
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Contractor, plumber hired for Hempfield Fire Department headquarters

Hempfield supervisors are moving forward with a project that will transform the former municipal authority building into the fire department’s headquarters. Supervisors hired a general contractor and a plumber for the project, which will convert the Woodward Drive building into the first fire station for the Hempfield Fire Department and put those in leadership positions under one roof.

Johnstown’s Roxbury Park to reopen after repairs, updates

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — Johnstown’s Roxbury Park is set to open on Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day. The playground has been in need of repairs and updates for years and now work to do just that is nearly complete. In addition to updating play features, there’s a new rubber surface. Funding for the […]
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Turn it up: Car audio competition set for Sunday in Greensburg

“Just kick a little somethin’ for the cars that be bumpin’.”. That’s the admonition that kicks off “The Boomin’ System,” the first track on old-school rapper LL Cool J’s landmark album, “Mama Said Knock You Out,” and it extols the virtues of having a high-powered sound system in the car.
GREENSBURG, PA
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Pa. ag secretary joins Latrobe Elementary students for Unity farm tour

Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding’s day in the office Friday took him back to his childhood. Alongside Latrobe Elementary School kindergarteners and Valley School of Ligonier first graders, Redding took a tour of the Pleasant Lane Farms creamery and dairy barn in Unity. “I’m much like the kindergartener,” Redding...
LATROBE, PA
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