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Pennsylvania’s recently adopted $39.8 billion budget for 2021-22, which put $2.5 billion into the state’s Rainy Day Fund and kept aside more than $5 billion in federal coronavirus aid for the future, was a main focus on Wednesday as three local General Assembly members provided a State of the Commonwealth Address in Johnstown.
Organizers of the annual Showcase for Commerce expect that, by the end of summer, the COVID-19 pandemic will have subsided enough for regional and national defense sector leaders to feel comfortable visiting Johnstown and interacting during face-to-face networking.
Just ahead of the presidential election, professor and nationally renowned pollster G. Terry Madonna is set to hold a Zoom presentation Monday that is open to the public.
Two years ago, only about 2% of American workers were performing their job duties from home.
Too many uncertainties existed about how to hold a large gathering amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic for Showcase for Commerce organizers to feel confident going forward this year with the 30th annual installment of the event.
Unemployment is low, new businesses are popping up in our downtown and our beautiful outdoors are drawing people in from all over.
The All American Amateur Baseball Association is set to celebrate its 75th year and special activities are being planned to commemorate the milestone.
The Johnstown Redevelopment Authority, Cambria Regional Chamber and Greater Johnstown/Cambria County Convention & Visitors Bureau have long been partners in numerous projects throughout the city. And, soon, they will be neighbors, too.
As part of an overall effort to find new ways of encouraging and celebrating business development in the area, the Cambria Regional Chamber created a group of awards to bestow during its annual banquet that took place Thursday.