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Bleckmann USA LLC
Johnstown is set to land 200 jobs after today’s (May 23) council approval of tax incentives for Bleckmann USA LLC, a company that offers specialist supply-chain services for the fashion and lifestyle industry.
Honoring those who served
Another 192 veterans, living and deceased, will be recognized on Johnstown's Wall of Honor during a Memorial Day ceremony beginning at 2 p.m. Monday, May 30, at American Legion Post 254, 180 W. Maple St.
Class of 2016
The Johnstown-Monroe High School class of 2016 includes two Junior Olympians as well as students who excelled academically, athletically and artistically.
Class of 2016
Northridge High School's class of 2016 is being touted as a class with strong leadership and high achievement.
A new entrance will welcome visitors to the American Legion Post 254, 180 W. Maple St., by August.
Johnstown police recently responded to a report of a window peeker at a local residence.
Johnstown resident Tiffany Hollis said she used to "play restaurant" with her grandpa when she was a little girl, working a pretend cash register.
Northridge Local School District residents likely will see a bond issue on the Nov. 8 ballot to construct a prekindergarten-through-sixth-grade school.
Some Johnstown-Monroe High School students are heading to Portland, Oregon, with their film that has been chosen as a finalist in the International Youth Silent Film Festival contest.
Johnstown police recently responded to two incidents involving obscene phone messages.
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