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Housing heritage: Md. couple transform former rectory into B&B
Dennis and Ginny Fitzpatrick have brought Johnstown’s heritage to life at the Heritage House Bed and Breakfast, located in the former St. Columba Rectory at 916 Broad St. in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.
Artistic flair: Ferndale senior draws on talent to create his future
Brenden Lovejoy makes people ponder as well as marvel at the artistic expression of his paintings and drawings.
Brenden also uses the talent in his fingertips to better his school and community.
Coaching others to shoot for goals
Dylan Link is one busy guy, and he prefers it that way.
Egg-straordinary art: Jerome artist passing on his passion for pysanky
Ron Wanko is an artist who offers people an alternative to the standard Easter egg coloring kits.
Wanko, 61, of Jerome, offers a chance for people of all ages to start a new holiday tradition by creating pysanky eggs.
Happy to be back: After 15 years away, audiologist returns home
Claudine Croyle has come back home.
On Monday, the 41-year-old Summerhill native joined the staff of Easter Seals Cambria/Somerset Division as its certified audiologist. She said that after living out of the area for 15 years, she was eager to be closer to family.
Spreading the word: Trio travels on mission to Ukraine
Students and teachers at Johnstown Christian School are spreading the word of God and the English language through mission trips.
Retiree finds purpose at St. Vincent de Paul
Mickey Kohler, his fellow volunteers and the staff at St. Vincent de Paul Society are fulfilling the mission of the organization by reaching out to people in need.
Finding his niche: Loretto resident ‘got into teaching by accident’
Raymond Seymour has been teaching for 45 years, and it’s a profession he pretty much stumbled into.
Hunter’s harvest: Upper Yoder man displays trophies throughout home
John M. Lee’s idea of a game room has nothing to do with billiards, a poker table or wet bar.
When Lee wants to entertain visitors, he escorts them into his Menoher Heights living room that is filled with a wide range of game trophies that any outdoorsman would envy.
Stealing smiles: Woman turns into Grinch to spread Christmas cheer
Helen Csikos might like dressing up like the Grinch, but she’s anything but mean.
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