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Johnstown is often known for its history of tragic floods, but now is the time to rethink our brand and rebuild our image in a way that reflects today’s Johnstown and our many unique assets.
Johnstown City Council on Wednesday approved a first draft of an ordinance that would increase fines for building codes violations as it strives also to maintain codes enforcement staff.
A lot of discussion has been shared on possible refugees seeking housing in our town. I suggest we all take a look at a movie called “Forgotte…
Friends and family of Frank Filia gathered downtown on Saturday evening to share stories, listen to music and pay tribute to the well-known Johnstown jazz musician.
From Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, the Stone Company's granite countertop business is growing, owner Chuck Tomljanovic said.
Helping artisans and craftspeople open businesses in Johnstown remains the aim of Creator Square Inc., a nonprofit that has helped steer about $800,000 to a building in downtown Johnstown over the last few years.
Despite facing challenges with ongoing COVID-19 concerns, arts and entertainment organizations are moving forward with programming and projects that will better serve the community.
The City of Johnstown recently received more than $50 million in federal funding – $30.7 million in American Rescue Plan funds for COVID-19 pandemic relief and a $24.5 million Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity discretionary grant. Approximately one-quarter of the money – $8 million from ARP and $5.6 million from RAISE – is slated to go toward a Main Street beautification project.
Keystone Hospitality has completed its purchase of Holiday Inn Johnstown Downtown, marking one of the largest private financial investments within the central business district in recent years.
Discover Downtown Johnstown Partnership will sponsor Last Lights from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday in the Johnstown park to close out the holiday season.