Burns: $8,854 in state funding approved for local historical groups

(Dec 08, 2021)

State Rep. Frank Burns, D-Cambria, announced today that local historical groups will receive more than $8,000 in state funding. Read more

 

Burns: $422,000 in state funding to support criminal justice initiatives in Cambria County

(Dec 08, 2021)

$422,000 in state funding has been awarded to support criminal justice initiatives in Cambria County Read more

 

Burns announces $550,000 state grant for Mount Aloysius

(Dec 07, 2021)

Grant will help fund renovations to residence hall Read more

 

Burns seeks to streamline state open records law after legal battles

(Dec 02, 2021)

Bill would require requests be completed in timely manner Read more

 

Burns announces $800,000 to help veterans find employment

(Nov 29, 2021)

Grants available to connect vets with jobs, remove barriers Read more

 

Burns: Paul Dillon selected as 2021 Charlie Vizzini Volunteerism Award winner

(Nov 19, 2021)

CRESSON, Nov. 19 – Paul Dillon, a steadfast volunteer and pillar of the Cresson community, has been named the recipient of the 2021 Charlie Vizzini Volunteerism Award by state Rep. Frank Burns, D-Cambria. “People like Dillon are the driving force behind the continued success of Cambria County communities,” Burns said. “It gives me great pleasure to recognize his relentless dedication to improving the Cresson area.” Dillon is a retired business owner and a lifelong resident of Cresson. At the age of 68, he remains a highly active volunteer and is frequently sought after by community organizers due to his successful track record with local projects. For nine years, Dillon has volunteered as the food service manager for the Cresson American Legion, where he orchestrates catering for various civic and non-profit events. During the same nine years, he has worked weekly at the Cresson Area Food Pantry, helping countless residents access meals by unloading trucks, stocking shelves and distributing food. Burns said his volunteer endeavors extend far beyond food service. Dillon is currently the treasurer of the Eastern Cambria Chamber of Commerce, president of the Pastoral Council at Saint Francis Church, a volunteer coordinator for the state Transportation Department's Adopt-A-Highway, and an annual volunteer at many community events. “The Charlie Read more

 

Burns: $1.2 million in state grants coming to region for parks, street projects

(Nov 19, 2021)

Burns worked with communities to bring funding to region Read more

 

Burns: Johnstown to receive $24 million grant

(Nov 17, 2021)

Federal grant supported by legislator brings ‘tremendous opportunity’ to region Read more

 

Burns votes on bills to help PA veterans

(Nov 10, 2021)

Would add more veterans to licensing boards, among other measures Read more

 

Burns: $1.5 million available for digital literacy skills programs

(Oct 27, 2021)

State funding to help job seekers, increase access to employment opportunities Read more

 

Hooversville gets $4.6M to upgrade public water system; $26M in total awarded in Somerset County

(Oct 21, 2021)

Cambria projects also receive support Read more

 

Burns: $4.2 million approved for local water projects

(Oct 20, 2021)

State funding will help local projects go forward Read more

 

Burns, family hold ceremony honoring local hero

(Oct 08, 2021)

Dysart man killed when destroyer was sunk off Italy during WWII Read more

 

Bridge dedicated to Cambria County man killed in WWII

(Oct 08, 2021)

CAMBRIA COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ)– A bridge ceremony was hosted today, Oct. 8, by state Rep. Frank Burns (D-Cambria) for a Dysert man that was killed in the sinking of a U.S. ship during World War Two. Read more

 

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives 'Steel Caucus' Recognizes National Manufacturing Day with a tour of the U.S. Steel Mon Valley Works Edgar Thomson Plant

(Oct 01, 2021)

Bipartisan group of legislators come together to celebrate manufacturing in Pennsylvania. Read more

 

Burns: Cambria awarded $17,400 to digitize veterans’ records

(Sep 27, 2021)

Funding comes from Veterans Trust Fund, donations from Pa. residents Read more

 

Johnstown leaders make plans to court U.S. Steel's $3B mini-mill project

(Sep 25, 2021)

Rep Frank Burns, D-East Taylor Township, said Johnstown’s rails will be an important selling point to U.S. Steel as it sorts through cities to build its mill. Read more

 

Burns' military tuition bill passes key Senate committee, heads to full chamber for vote

(Sep 21, 2021)

Legislation would guarantee in-state tuition for military families Read more

 

Burns holds ceremony honoring local military hero

(Sep 10, 2021)

Local bridge named for man who gave his life in service of his nation Read more

 

Burns, Saint Francis to launch Dolly Parton Imagination Library later this month

(Sep 07, 2021)

Children’s book program made possible thanks to state grant Read more

 

Burns: $8,854 in state funding approved for local historical groups
Dec 08, 2021

Burns: $422,000 in state funding to support criminal justice initiatives in Cambria County
Dec 08, 2021

Burns announces $550,000 state grant for Mount Aloysius
Dec 07, 2021

Burns seeks to streamline state open records law after legal battles
Dec 02, 2021

Burns announces $800,000 to help veterans find employment
Nov 29, 2021

Burns: Paul Dillon selected as 2021 Charlie Vizzini Volunteerism Award winner
Nov 19, 2021

Burns: $1.2 million in state grants coming to region for parks, street projects
Nov 19, 2021

Burns: Johnstown to receive $24 million grant
Nov 17, 2021

Burns votes on bills to help PA veterans
Nov 10, 2021

Burns: $1.5 million available for digital literacy skills programs
Oct 27, 2021

Hooversville gets $4.6M to upgrade public water system; $26M in total awarded in Somerset County
Oct 21, 2021

Burns: $4.2 million approved for local water projects
Oct 20, 2021

Burns, family hold ceremony honoring local hero
Oct 08, 2021

Bridge dedicated to Cambria County man killed in WWII
Oct 08, 2021

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives 'Steel Caucus' Recognizes National Manufacturing Day with a tour of the U.S. Steel Mon Valley Works Edgar Thomson Plant
Oct 01, 2021

Burns: Cambria awarded $17,400 to digitize veterans’ records
Sep 27, 2021

Johnstown leaders make plans to court U.S. Steel's $3B mini-mill project
Sep 25, 2021

Burns' military tuition bill passes key Senate committee, heads to full chamber for vote
Sep 21, 2021

Burns holds ceremony honoring local military hero
Sep 10, 2021

Burns, Saint Francis to launch Dolly Parton Imagination Library later this month
Sep 07, 2021