Dorothy Day Outreach Center is one of many area organizations that comfort those living in poverty.
Just completing the Special Olympics Pennsylvania Winter Games’ 400-meter snowshoeing competition, Kathy Kucey was nearly breathless – and not from the exertion.
A U.S. District court judge has denied a motion seeking a new trial by a former Central City priest convicted of molesting Honduran orphans.
A legal battle over plans to build a Marriott hotel at a Theatre Drive intersection has ended. And with it, so has any chance for the hotel to end up there, the agreement shows.
One-third of Johnstown's population lives in poverty. That means about 6,000 residents find themselves struggling, on a day-to-day basis, to pay for basic necessities.
The cycle can feel like a never-ending nightmare.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders hope to emerge from New Hampshire's primary Tuesday with their first wins of the 2016 presidential election, victories that would lend needed credibility to the unexpected contenders' pursuit of their parties' nomination.
Two commuter trains crashed head-on Tuesday morning in southern Germany, killing at least eight people and injuring some 150, police said.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s new budget assumes he and Republicans can agree on a spending plan for the current year, finally reaching an elusive compromise that packages long-stalled conservative aims to offset the political damage of tax increases.
Jake Heiple scored 22 points on Monday night as Somerset beat Greater Johnstown 53-42 to clinch Section 2 of the Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference and earn a spot in Friday night’s conference championship game against Bishop Guilfoyle at Richland.
Central Cambria had seen enough of Bishop Carroll to know the Huskies would use pressure defense to force turnovers. After all, the Red Devils had beaten the Huskies in two previous meetings.
The Hilltoppers overcame a rough night at the free-throw line on Monday to win a road game against one of their biggest Laurel Highlands Athletic Conference rivals.
Two proposals hovering over the John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport could have implications for the facility.
Although the City of Johnstown was well within its purview to pursue payment on a loan to Kernville company ITSI-Biosciences, we fear this very public episode could serve to discourage other businesses that might be considering the city's numerous available locations.
Laurel: Many area basketball players have been recognized for reaching the 1,000-point plateau. But none have probably had to work as hard as Lexi Lindrose to attain that milestone.
The region is getting ready to host an exceptional group of athletes on Feb. 7-9.
As much as we would love to believe it, we are skeptical that the size of the Pennsylvania legislature will be shrinking anytime soon–despite a movement in Harrisburg to do just that.
There is a war on women, but it is not the one built on the lies of Democrats.
What a cool snowstorm we had Jan. 22-23.
Celebration Johnstown 2015 saw one of the largest crowds yet, perhaps due to the wonderful Central Park Christmas tree provided by Discover Downtown Johnstown Partnership. Or maybe it was the talented musical groups, youth activities and carriage rides.
Jonas finally exited the stage while Kayla missed us. We shared the Jonas aftermath with millions of snow-weary citizens across the South, mid-Atlantic and the Northeast regions.
Advertising during the Super Bowl broadcast has become such a part of our nation’s culture that we should recognize the day after the Super Bowl as an advertising holiday.
Who on the present stage of American politics could cause Shakespeare to smile in recognition?