There are millions of dollars being invested downtown by property developers and small business owners, some Johnstown natives and transplants.
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More people have joined the effort to uncover what happened to Windber teenager Alicia Markovich 34 years ago, longtime friend Chrissie Boyer said.
Chad McLaren and Austin Hoffman bought a home in July, and they have plans to help prevent Johnstown from losing more of its historic residential nature.
This season of Thanksgiving is a fitting time for me to express my appreciation to area businesses, organizations and individuals for their su…
With the holidays approaching, many local favorite activities are returning and some new ones are debuting.
WINDBER, Pa. – More people have joined the effort to uncover what happened to Windber teenager Alicia Markovich 34 years ago, long-time friend…
As a row of cars and trucks pulled up with open trunks, Ben Tawney and a crew of volunteers were ready, carrying boxes packed with produce and plump holiday turkeys. Across the region, Tawney and fellow food bank operators have seen their food lines fall off compared to the height of the COVID-19 pandemic ago.
Westmont Hilltop senior Nicole Leiden said she is beyond excited to help with the first Stackhouse Park Turkey Trot on Wednesday.
Johnson & Johnson is peeling off a consumer health business that helped it become the world’s biggest health care products maker.
This tour will have you walking in the right direction.