Burns: Bottle Works awarded $500,000 state grant

(Oct 28, 2022)

State investment to help fund interior, exterior renovations Read more

 

Burns secures $5.3 million in state grants for local projects

(Oct 26, 2022)

Includes new fire station, training center for trades Read more

 

Burns secures $85,000 state grant for fire hall improvements

(Oct 26, 2022)

The grant to Dauntless has pushed the amount of state aid Burns has gotten Ebensburg fire companies to more than $370,000. Read more

 

Burns delivers $123,000 for local boroughs

(Oct 24, 2022)

Grants will help fund equipment, LED streetlights Read more

 

Burns: $64,600 in state grants for local fire companies

(Oct 21, 2022)

Grants will help fund equipment replacement Read more

 

Burns introduces legislation to get more parents involved in schools

(Oct 17, 2022)

Bill would require districts to create ‘Parent Involvement’ Program Read more

 

Burns gets $72,000 in state grants for police cars

(Oct 12, 2022)

Grants will benefit two local police departments Read more

 

Testifiers plea for updated Pa. charter school law during policy hearing

(Oct 11, 2022)

The House Democratic Policy Committee convened a hearing Tuesday afternoon to discuss the need to reform Pennsylvania’s charter school law and address teacher shortages across the state. Read more

 

Burns praises family’s commitment to service

(Oct 07, 2022)

BLACKLICK TWP., Oct. 7 – Joined by community members and local officials, state Rep. Frank Burns today held a ceremony to designate a bridge on state Route 71 over Coal Pit Run in Twin Rocks as the Lanzendorfer Brothers Bridge. “It is a tremendous honor to be here today, to dedicate this bridge in honor of the Lanzendorfer brothers, who have given so much to their nation and their community,” Burns said. “They are an incredible example of what it means to put service over self and to give back to your community and nation. I sincerely hope their example will encourage future generations to do the same.” The Lanzendorfer brothers, eight in all, served their nation during World War II, the Korean War and in peace time. They also served their communities in a variety of public positions, including police chief, postmaster and tax collector, and have been described by Blacklick Township officials as “pillars of the community.” EDITORS NOTE: Photos from today’s dedication may be found here. Read more

 

Burns: $4 million available for workforce development projects

(Oct 04, 2022)

Says industry partnership programs key for workforce development Read more

 

Westmont Hilltop, Central Cambria add training for advanced placement classes, exams

(Sep 29, 2022)

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, announced Wednesday that $200,000 in grants for a national teacher training and development program was awarded to Westmont Hilltop and Central Cambria school districts. Read more

 

Burns proposes ‘fair chance’ legislation for government jobs

(Sep 28, 2022)

Bill would require all state jobs to be posted publicly Read more

 

Burns secures $1 million in Ready-to-Learn school grants

(Sep 27, 2022)

Grants in addition to historic state funding for public schools Read more

 

Burns gets $64K grant for Johnstown PD to buy body cameras

(Sep 23, 2022)

Lawmaker a leader in funding police, law enforcement Read more

 

Burns secures $200K to bring STEM teacher training to local schools

(Sep 21, 2022)

Funding will help teachers with training, coaching and development Read more

 

Burns applauds Tedesco resignation from Vision 2025

(Sep 20, 2022)

Burns, D-Cambria, said Tedesco had zero credibility left once it was revealed and confirmed – through emails Burns obtained from the state Department of Human Services – that the organization’s Afghan refugee recruitment plan was far more advanced than Tedesco was telling the media. Read more

 

Burns: $56,570 state grant awarded to outdoor education center

(Sep 20, 2022)

Grant will be used to help build pavilion, storage shed Read more

 

Burns proposes ‘Blue Alert’ system to protect officers, public

(Sep 16, 2022)

“It’s no secret that soft-on-crime policies have created dangerous situations in our cities where criminals feel emboldened to terrorize the public,” Burns said. Read more

 

Burns: $61,899 in state grants awarded to local fire companies

(Sep 14, 2022)

Grants to help fund wildfire operations Read more

 

Burns: $2.5 million available for school-to-work programs

(Sep 13, 2022)

Grants to foster partnerships between schools, employers Read more