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Johnstown firefighters announce passing of local EMS trainer

Johnstown, PA (WJAC) — First responders throughout Cambria County are mourning the loss of a longtime area EMS trainer and teacher. According to a post from Johnstown Firefighters Local 463, Dr. John "Doc" Karduck recently pass away. Dr. Karduck taught hundreds of paramedics and EMS personnel in Cambria County,...
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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PSP investigating string of burglaries at Mainline Pharmacy in Hastings

Cambria Co., PA (WJAC) — State police in Ebensburg are investigating a recent string of burglaries at the Mainline Pharmacy location in Hastings, according to a post from Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers. Authorities say the first burglary occurred on the morning of June 7th, and that an unknown male entered...
HASTINGS, PA
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UPMC to close Somerset hospice facility; care shifting to homes, hospital

SOMERSET — Hospice care inside Somerset’s In Touch Hospice House will end this summer, driven by changing industry trends, UPMC officials said. With more patients able to receive end-of-life care at home, demand for the North Center Avenue location’s 10-bed unit has decreased in recent years, a UPMC spokesperson said in a statement Friday.
SOMERSET, PA

Blue Knob Mountain Bike Challenge and Festival

Blue Knob Mountain Bike Association (BKMTBA) a 501(c)(3) is holding a mountain bike festival and 15-mile race that will incorporate both the trail systems at Blue Knob All Season Resort, 1424 Overland Pass, Claysburg, PA 16625, and Blue Knob State Park on August 13th. Racers can follow the link https://www.bikereg.com/blue-knob-mountain-bike-challenge-and-festival...
CLAYSBURG, PA
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Steelers fans predict T.J. Watt’s sack total for the 2022 regular season

The 2022 Pittsburgh Steelers regular season is quickly approaching, but first is training camp with the players reporting to Saint Vincent College on July 26th. With it being less than a month before Steelers football returns to our lives on a regular basis, many are wondering what the upcoming season has in store for the black and gold?
PITTSBURGH, PA
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Reading v. Somerset, 07.01.22

Reading bounces back and moves within one victory of a series win over Somerset. The Fightins score four runs in the sixth en route to a 7-5 win over the Patriots.
READING, PA

Local officials advise fireworks safety before holiday weekend

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — With all of the fun that fireworks provide, they are still very dangerous. Local officials are advising that those wishing to celebrate this weekend by lighting fireworks follow all safety precautions. Deputy Fire Chief of the Altoona Fire Department, Adam Free says those celebrating should be mindful of their neighbors and […]
ALTOONA, PA

Curve hold Senators scoreless

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Curve open up July with their fourth game of the series with the Senators. Altoona finished the month of June with a 13-12 record, which was the exact same record for the month of May. Andres Alvarez had two RBIs off one hit, as the Curve kept the Senators scoreless.
ALTOONA, PA
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POLICE REPORTS: DUI, THEFTS, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

A Punxsutawney man was arrested for DUI for an incident back in May in the 300 block of Philadelphia Street. Indiana Borough Police were dispatched to the Sheetz at 4th and Philadelphia Street for a report of an unconscious person in a vehicle. Police discovered 26-year-old Cory Geer was in the car in an intoxicated state. He was arrested and later released to a sober adault. He is charged with two counts of DUI and one summary traffic violation through district judge Guy Haberl’s office.
INDIANA, PA
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Reproductive rights rally held outside Johnstown Planned Parenthood

Johnstown, PA (WJAC) — Since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week, many have spoken out nationwide, both for and against the decision. In Johnstown, a protest was held outside the Planned Parenthood Thursday afternoon. Crowds grew outside the building on Franklin Street with people carrying homemade...
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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Out & About: Fourth of July weekend starts with a bang at Fort Ligonier

The Fourth of July weekend started with a bang during the Friday evening Cannons and Cocktails party at Fort Ligonier. The festivities included mock cannon firings in the hilltop stockade of the restored French and Indian War-era historical complex. Guests had an opportunity to sample a George Washington Rye Whiskey,...
LIGONIER, PA
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