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A second Cambria County legislator has been named to a leadership position in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives’ Blue Lives Matter Caucus.
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.
The state Department of Health quietly reduced the number of people believed to have gotten at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine by about 500,000 over the weekend, while also increasing its total of people fully vaccinated by 64,000.
Owners and executives from a half-dozen local businesses and nonprofits testified about how the COVID-19-related economic slowdown affected their operations and what steps they would like to see taken as the region emerges from the pandemic during a Pennsylvania House Republican Policy Committee hearing on Thursday.
State Rep. Jim Rigby, R-Ferndale, hopes to show off the work being done by local businesses and nonprofits, while also learning about their needs as the region opens back up from the COVID-19 economic slowdown, during a House Policy Committee hearing in Johnstown on Thursday.
I read a recent Readers’ Forum letter by Julie Sheehan on May 5, “Thank you for supporting YMCA,” thanking Rep. Jim Rigby for his tireless eff…
Thank you, Rep. Jim Rigby. I am writing on behalf of the board of directors, staff and membership of the Greater Johnstown YMCA to thank Rigby…
Bill Ragley, chairman of the Cambria-Somerset Tea Party, said he wanted members and attendees of the group’s meeting on Thursday to hear from elected officials about their opinions on voting in Pennsylvania.
Even as Congress was passing the COVID-19 relief bill along hard partisan lines – Democrats and Republicans alike firing shots across the aisl…
Vaccine distribution was on the top of everyone’s mind during Tuesday’s COVID Questions virtual town hall.