The following is a summary of Johnstown Police Department incidents for July 21-23:July 21 overnight shift:• Jharon Dixon, 31, was transported to Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center at 11 p.m. Thursday after his motorcycle struck a car in a crash in the 700 block of Broad Street.
Somerset County students attending Pennsylvania Highlands Community College will see a slight reduction in tuition costs for the coming year, school officials said.Tuition will drop by nearly 3 percent to $198 per credit for the upcoming semester, bringing the full-time tuition for that period to $2,970.The college’s president, Walter Asonevich, said the adjustment was possible because of a new, low-cost lease for additional Partner’s Hall space.
Without Johnstown’s concrete river wall system, the 1977 flood could have been a far worse catastrophe.The walls did their job the night a “1,000 year storm” hit – and now, a computerized model of the 9-mile corridor, and its surrounding watershed, is being created by the Army Corps of Engineers to make sure the channel system would continue protecting Johnstown.According to Army Corps plan formulator Elliott Porter, it’s a necessary precursor to any local efforts to develop recreation...
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Selecting a term
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