Stark County, OHCleveland News - Fox 8

Jackson Township police investigating triple homicide, suicide

JACKSON TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WJW) — Police are investigating an apparent murder-suicide that occurred in Stark County on Sunday. According to Jackson Township police, officers responded to the 6800 block of Salerno St. NW around 4:09 p.m. for a welfare check. When officers arrived on scene they found four deceased family...
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The Tribune-Democrat

Region has four new COVID-19 cases and one death

There were just four new COVID-19 cases and one additional death across the eight-county region in Monday’s update by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Cambria and Somerset counties each reported one new case, and Westmoreland County added two positives among 129 new cases statewide. Clearfield County’s new death was among...
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Altoona woman crowned Miss Pennsylvania

An Altoona woman is your new Miss Pennsylvania. Meghan Sinisi, who earned her entry into the statewide pageant as Miss Central Pennsylvania, was crowned at The Appell Center in York Saturday night, after the final session of a three-day competition bringing together 22 contestants from around the state. Sinisi will...
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Dubois, PACourier-Express

DuBois magistrate roundup

DuBOIS — Preliminary hearings and other proceedings were held June 11 at the DuBois Magisterial Office with Judge Richard Ireland specially presiding. The following defendants waived their rights to a preliminary hearing. Their cases will be sent to the Clearfield County Court of Common Pleas for further disposition. Nicholas P....
Clearfield, PAClearfield Progress

Code enforcement: Grandstand repairs nearly complete

Clearfield Borough Council was updated on the status of repairs to the Clearfield Driving Park grandstand. Borough Code Enforcement Officer Larry Mack, during his monthly report, told council recently that he and Richard Hughes of Hughes Engineering, Clearfield, had recently visited the grandstand and inspected ongoing repairs to the structure.
Grampian, PAClearfield Progress

Popular Grampian-Penn-Bloom Festival returns Thursday

GRAMPIAN — Between COVID-19 restrictions and vandalism in March at Grampian Community Park, the committee that plans the annual Grampian-Penn-Bloom Festival and Homecoming has had a lot of adversity to overcome. But persevere it did — and the 44th edition of the event will be held Thursday, June 24, through...
Curwensville, PAClearfield Progress

Curwensville Woman's Club honors long-time members

CURWENSVILLE — The General Federation of Women’s Clubs Curwensville Woman’s Club held its annual banquet June 1 at the Curwensville Community Center. The meal was catered by the CCC. The club honored its special long-time members who have reached significant milestones. They are: Barb Baronak and Connie Wetzel, 50 years;...
Johnstown, PAWJAC TV

Johnstown's 'Thunder in the Valley' fast approaching

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WJAC) — Johnstown's annual Thunder in the Valley motorcycle rally is back on after taking a hiatus last summer because of the pandemic. It's set to take place June 24-27. Executive director of Visit Johnstown, Lisa Rager, said the organization decided back in February to bring the regional event back to the area in some form.
Cambria County, PAPittsburgh Post-Gazette

A labor shortage in farming? That's nothing new, area farmers say, but it's getting worse

At Vale Wood Farms in Cambria County, a group of high school kids is learning the right way to move a cow. The newest hires are getting up to speed — a process that could be more time consuming than usual this year, said Carissa Itle Westrick, the farm’s director of business development. After weeks of struggling to fill positions for full-time work with benefits, the farm decided to rely more heavily on part-timers.
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Johnstown Digest

Johnstown calendar: Coming events

1. Midnight Lights rocks the 4th of July in Johnstown; 2. Cajun Norm & The Jam Session Band @ Jim & Jimmie's; 3. Thunder in the Valley - Peoples Natural Gas Park - Pre-sale; 4. Summer Reading Book Giveaway | Commission To The Cities; 5. Johnstown's $10,000 Scavenger Hunt -