The Boonies serves as an excellent argument for more films to be made in the Johnstown area. The aesthetic and natural beauty of the landscape can serve so many different types of stories and cinematographer Jeffrey Smee really captures that.
When Johnstown Mill Rats’ players run onto the field for the opening game of their inaugural season, they will be sporting crisp new uniforms. Not a spot to be seen on their sunny, yellow ball caps.
Chad McLaren will tell you he bought his beautiful three-bedroom home in Johnstown’s Morrellville neighborhood for the price of a used Honda Accord. The ability to own a home without going into crazy debt is one of the many things that drew McLaren back to his hometown region and away from l…
Nothing says summer like a plunge in a pool, so with sunny days here again, swimming will be a popular activity for many area residents. While some enjoy pools in their backyards, many happy memories are made at area swim parks where anyone can enjoy a plunge.
The John Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County Airport sits on a hill just outside the city. Opened in 1948 when passengers boarded TWA's DC-3s, it has been the starting and ending point for many travelers and has been used by presidents and locals alike. But the airport is much more than a transp…
Johnstown resident and author James Gindlesperger tackles topics of historical significance with great care and meticulous research. He has written several books on the Civil War as well as extensive guides to Gettysburg and Antietam, which were co-authored with his wife, Suzanne.
As a travel writer, I’ve seen my share of mountain towns. Asheville. Aspen. Jackson. Each has something unique to offer, from art scenes to pristine national park land. I’ll be honest. Pristine was not what I expected when I followed a trail of five-star reviews to Johnstown in western Penns…
Three years after water from the collapsed South Fork dam slammed into downtown Johnstown, killing 2,200 people, a final resting place for the disaster’s unknown victims was dedicated. The state’s governor, Robert Pattison, attended the dedication and was joined by an estimated crowd of 10,000.
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