In a sea of gray and blue, Cambria County stands out like a sore yellow thumb.A graphic related to a recent report by political science professors shows that Johnstown is the only city in the commonwealth that has a “least tolerant” rating when it comes to dissenting political speech.
Cambria County War Memorial Authority Chairman Dean Gindlesperger did not disclose financial interest in his son's company for the year that company was hired by arena management. According to incorporating documents and a fictitious name entry from 2007 and 2010, respectively, Dean Gindlesperger was a founding owner of 1st Team Advertising with his son, Ryan Gindlesperger.
JOHNSTOWN — Sitting amid the custom artisan furnishings of her freshly remodeled business a few days before its grand opening March 3, Amanda Artim smiled widely.“Pure excitement,” she said. “You plan for something for so long and when it’s finally here and it’s better than expected . . . it’s beyond words.”Artim, a Windber native, has since been welcoming customers to Balance Restaurant.
Today marks 10 years since I entered the news industry as a college student. Celebrating by filing an appeal against a county authority for shielding public records. Happy Sunshine Week: https://vimeo.com/259190932
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