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Past articles by Lindsey:

WTAJ WEB 1ST: New Center to help families in Cambria Co.

A new center will help families in rural Cambria County learn how to live a healthy lifestyle. → Read More

Johnstown Police no longer part of SERT team

Johnstown Police officers will no longer be part of the county's Special Emergency Response Team (SERT). → Read More

A Christmas tree is lighting up a Johnstown park

Johnstown, Cambria County, Pa. - A Christmas tree is lighting up a Johnstown park. According to our news partners at the Tribune Democrat, the Roxbury Bandshell held its 13th Annual Tree Lighting Sunday night. The 38-foot tree is in memory of Pennsylvania State Trooper Patrick Stewart. Folks listened to holiday music, ate cookies, drank hot chocolate and kids got to meet Santa Claus! → Read More

Police cracking down on holiday DUIs

Police are on the lookout for drunk drivers, especially during the holiday season. → Read More

Man hospitalized after accidentally shooting himself

A man in Johnstown was taken to the hospital after accidentally shooting himself. → Read More

House fire in Johnstown

A house fire occurred early this morning in Johnstown. → Read More

WTAJ WEB 1ST: Annual Haunted Tour in Johnstown this weekend

Rob Koenigsberg loves telling ghost stories - how spirits haunt the streets of downtown Johnstown. → Read More

New welding program in Johnstown

A new job training program is sparking a career interest for Johnstown locals in need of work. → Read More

NEW DETAILS: Johnstown detective resigned

A Johnstown detective has resigned after he was arrested Wednesday. → Read More

New Ebensburg facility to help troubled boys

A new facility will help troubled kids in our area. → Read More

Staying safe during natural disasters

People in Meyersdale are still recovering after heavy rain last week. Basements, homes and businesses flooded and the cleanup will take weeks in some cases. → Read More

Meyersdale recovers from recent flooding

The Meyersdale community is still cleaning up after flooding last week. → Read More

Little community library honors life of Johnstown man

Read, return, repeat. That's what Devin Carosi wants children and families to do with books in the little, red, community, library box in Johnstown's West End. → Read More

Johnstown police still searching for shooting suspect

Johnstown police are still searching for the suspect they say shot a woman, critically injuring her Tuesday night. → Read More

Health care merger impacts local hospitals

Local medical centers in Cambria, Somerset and Blair Counties will be impacted by a corporate health care merger. → Read More

Johnstown's Coney Island restaurant reopens

An iconic Johnstown restaurant reopened Monday morning. Crowds of people lined up to get a taste of Coney Island's famous hot dogs and sundowners, once again. → Read More

Missing teenager's body found at Quemahoning Reservoir

The body of a possible drowning victim has been discovered. → Read More

Ninth arson hits Somerset mobile home park

Neighbors at Cherry Lane Estates in Somerset Borough, Somerset County were disappointed and surprised, but not shocked, to hear that another mobile home was intentionally set on fire early Friday morning. Kimberly Metheny was no exception. → Read More

Removing stop signs? Ebensburg leaders 'proceeding with caution'

Stop signs are there to keep drivers and pedestrians safe, but can there be too many stop signs? That's the question Ebensburg Borough leaders are looking into now. → Read More

Cure Violence in Johnstown

Larry Olek knew he had to do something about the violence in Johnstown after he met the mother of a 13-year-old boy who was shot and killed in December. → Read More