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Sheriff’s sale for Galleria mall in Johnstown pushed back again, this time to September

Jun. 10—The Johnstown Galleria was scratched from the list of properties scheduled for a Cambria County sheriff’s sale on Friday.

The sale of the mall has been continued multiple times since December. It’s now slated for the Sept. 10 sale, Cambria County Sheriff’s Office staff said.

The mall went into foreclosure in early 2020, and has since been operated by a court-appointed receiver, Spinoso Real Estate Group.

Spinoso, based in Syracuse, N.Y., will continue to manage the mall until it is sold.

Reached by phone Wednesday, Spinoso representatives had “no comment” when asked whether the company had a time frame

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Macy’s says Santa won’t be coming to town for first time in 158 years

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Santa Claus is still coming to town, but face-to-face visits will look different due to COVID-19.

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In a year like no other, even Santa Claus may find himself out of work.

A visit to the mall to sit on the jolly old elf’s lap may be yet another tradition knocked to the wayside by COVID-19, as wary parents keep their children home.

Macy’s said Wednesday that for the first time in 158 years, kids won’t be able to visit with Santa at it’s iconic flagship store in New York City, an experience so ingrained in American culture

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Tips to save time, money getting ready for class

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Back to school looks so different in 2020. Whether going remote or in person, here’s how to save some time and money to prepare your student for class

USA TODAY

Leave it to a pandemic to upend yet another American tradition: Back-to-school shopping. Oh, it’s still happening. It just looks different than, say, every mad-dash parent scramble for school supplies over the last century. It comes with a higher price tag and critical shortages too. 

With so many students starting this new school year at home, the National Retail Federation (NRF) says spending could top $100 billion. That

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S&P 500 hits another record, closes above 3,400 for the first time as Apple and airlines rise

Stocks rose to an all-time high on Monday, lifted by gains in tech and some reopening names, as sentiment around the coronavirus pandemic improved.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 378.13 points, or 1.4{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a}, to close at 28,308.46. The S&P 500 climbed 1{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a} to 3,431.28 and hit an all-time high. Monday also marked the S&P 500’s first-ever close above 3,400. The Nasdaq Composite advanced 0.6{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a} to 11,379.72 and also reached a record. 

Apple shares rose 1.2{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a} to lead other tech-related names higher. Facebook climbed 1.6{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a} and Amazon advanced 0.7{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a}. Alphabet rose 0.6{964f9ed1dd3881c79743812c3f28effde5b9271ba8701ca882984cc44c5cc62a}.

Shares of airlines and cruise operators gained amid

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Dow tops 28,000 for the first time since February as Covid-19 vaccine, treatment hopes rise

with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting fresh highs and adding to last week’s record levels, as market participants reacted to positive developments over a coronavirus treatment, and signs that a vaccine might be authorized in the near-term. The Dow closed above 28,000 for the first time since February, led by advances in shares of Boeing (BA) and Dow Inc. (DOW).” data-reactid=”16″Stocks rose Monday, with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq hitting fresh highs and adding to last week’s record levels, as market participants reacted to positive developments over a coronavirus treatment, and signs

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