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John D. Luddy
He was born in Pittsburgh, son of the late William E. and Esther Luddy. He first married Helen Batkiewicz in 1958, and she preceded him in death in 2004.
Raymond A. - Ray' Long
Raymond A. "Ray" Long, 92, The Village at Morrisons Cove, Martinsburg, died Thursday at the Village after an extended illness.
Officials: Some road projects could take time
The state is set to pump millions into roads, bridges and transit over the next five years, but drivers shouldn't expect bridge weight limits and long-delayed construction projects to disappear overnight, state transportation executives said Friday.
Regular testing ordered for driver
A Duncansville motorist who was charged three times in 27 days with driving under the influence has been ordered by Blair County Judge Daniel J. Milliron to report regularly to the Adult Parole and Probation Office for alcohol testing.
Michael W. - Mick' French
He was born in Altoona, son of Louis Bert Jack and Georgetta M. "Sis" French. He married Marie Ritchey in Winchester, Va., and she died June 4, 2004.
Arthur I. Aungst
He was born in McKee, son of the late George M. and Sara K. Aungst. He was previously married three times, first to Anna Ritchey, then to Mayme Grothwhol, and then to Jacqueline Renyck.
Mary E. (Scholton) Leamer
Mary was blessed with four children, eight grandchildren and a great-grandchild: Fred L. Leamer Jr. and wife, Marybeth, of Alpharetta, Ga., and their children, Justin Leamer and Melissa Mittelbronn and husband, Jon, and their daughter, Madison; Kathleen Tepsic and her husband, Austin, of Tyrone and their children, Austin, Evan and Elizabeth Tepsic; ... (more)
Mildred V. Mitchell
Mildred V. Mitchell, 94, Duncansville, died Saturday at her residence. She was born in Carson Valley, daughter of Russell W. and Sadie Rhine.
Eleanor M. - Nona' Cayuela
Eleanor M. "Nona" Cayuela, 82, Duncansville, formerly of Johnstown, died peacefully in her sleep at The Lutheran Home at Hollidays- Surviving are two sisters: Ramona Petak and her husband, William, of Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., and Sara Coon of Altoona; three nieces: Rebecca Sileo, Beth Petak and Deborah E. Lamb; and six nephews: Matthew G., ... (more)
Mothers sending gifts to forces
Inside the Jaffa Shrine Center on Saturday afternoon, members of the U.S. Armed Forces Mothers and their helpers could have passed for Santa's elves.
Vincent John Hauck
He was born in Philadelphia, son of Aloysius and Anna Hauck. In 1950, he married his first-grade friend, Carroll McGarity, and they were happily married for 47 years until her death in 1997.
Riley C. Brown
He was born in Roaring Spring, son of the late Sheridan and Arminta Brown. He married Joyce Lingenfelter on June 27, 1952, in Leamersville.
Caterers craving celebrations
December is by far the busiest catering month of the year for The Dream, Hollidaysburg, which caters to several large holiday parties.
G. Gerald - Jerry' Brumbaugh
He was born in rural Martinsburg, son of the late Samuel and Josephine Brumbaugh.
Marjorie Ann (Kunes) Hambright
Marjorie Ann Hambright, 71, Burnham, was lifted in the arms of her Savior and Lord early Wednesday evening at Ohesson Manor, Lewistown, surrounded by family and a few close friends after a brief but courageous battle with cancer.
Centre Daily Times
Disbarment pending for former Centre County prosecutor Steve Sloane, convicted of selling drugs
Former Centre County prosecutor Steve Sloane will be disbarred effective next month because of his conviction for selling marijuana, the state Supreme Court has ordered .
Jack V. Dellinger
He was born in Sproul, son of the late Ambrose and Lillie Bell Dellinger. He married Zella Claar on Oct. 10, 1946, in Cumberland, Md.
Marcellus Shale plant to be open in two years
When officials of Marcellus GTL LLC of Gilberton announced plans in March to build a plant that would turn natural gas into gasoline and propane, they said they hoped to begin construction by the end of this year.
Tuesday November 12 2013
SOME PARTS OF CAMBRIA COUNTY ARE REPORTING IN WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW AND ROADS ARE SLIPPERY.