Burns proposes sweeping modernization of state liquor license system

(9 hours ago)

Bill would substantially overhaul license system for first time since Prohibition Read more

 

Burns announces $56,600 grant to rehabilitate Ashville Park

(Sep 24, 2020)

Project includes parking, play equipment, landscaping and other improvements Read more

 

Burns votes to override Wolf’s veto of high school sports spectator bill

(Sep 23, 2020)

Lawmaker says he is ‘deeply disappointed’ veto override failed Read more

 

Burns: Outdoor ‘concealed carry’ seminar a success

(Sep 23, 2020)

Rep. Burns urges people to know their rights, firearm rules and regulations Read more

 

Burns calls on legislature to immediately meet to override governor’s veto of high school sports spectator bill

(Sep 21, 2020)

Lawmaker said House should meet this week so parents can be in stands Friday Read more

 

Burns: Grants available for violence prevention, direct care workers

(Sep 17, 2020)

State rep. urges organizations to apply, says his office is ready to help Read more

 

Burns: $39,746 to help fund local veterans’ program

(Sep 16, 2020)

Grant made possible by donations from Pennsylvanians Read more

 

Burns: $25,000 to help preserve Prince Gallitzin Chapel House

(Sep 09, 2020)

Historic Loretto building approaching its 200th anniversary Read more

 

Burns: Decision to ease restaurant restrictions long overdue

(Sep 08, 2020)

Lawmaker called for easing of restrictions in July Read more

 

Burns: $80,000 grant will curb underage drinking

(Sep 04, 2020)

EBENSBURG, Sept. 4 – State Rep. Frank Burns, D-Cambria, today announced that two local alcohol education programs have been selected to receive a combined $80,000 in state grants. “These programs will help educate area youth on the dangers of underage drinking and continue to promote good moral values in our communities,” Burns said. “This is just another example of how I’m working to support youth programs to prepare our children for the world ahead of them.” The state grants awarded locally include: $40,000 to the Hiram G. Andrews Center for alcohol education programing for individuals with special or diverse needs. $40,000 to Saint Francis University to continue its INTERCEPT program and Alcohol-Wise, conduct Core and e-CHUG surveys, conduct university patrols, and provide training for university police. The maximum award for each two-year grant is $40,000. Since taking office, Burns has helped secure more than $200 million in state and federal funds for Cambria County programs and projects, from water and sewer infrastructure, to social programs and anti-bullying efforts. Read more

 

Burns votes to override disaster resolution veto, get PA back to work

(Sep 03, 2020)

Although the veto override may have failed, Burns believes it sends a powerful message to the governor and his administration Read more

 

Burns urges new round of hazard pay grants

(Aug 28, 2020)

Exclusion of EMS, pharmacy techs and other front-line workers ‘inexcusable’ Read more

 

Burns: Another $100,000 in federal COVID-19 relief for schools in Cambria County

(Aug 25, 2020)

Funds to help improve educational services for historically underserved students Read more

 

Burns: $94,000 in COVID relief to help local schools and special needs students

(Aug 20, 2020)

Funding to help provide services, supports to students with disabilities Read more

 

Burns: $1.14M secured for water, sewer projects in Cambria County

(Aug 17, 2020)

Projects include supplying water to business park; securing residential water supplies Read more

 

Fighting for You -- Summer 2020

(Aug 14, 2020)

Click here to read about how Rep. Burns is fighting for you! Read more

 

Burns: Admiral Perry to receive $55,511 to help reopen

(Aug 14, 2020)

Federal funds can be used for equipment, technology, other safety applications Read more

 

Fighting for Seniors -- Summer 2020

(Aug 12, 2020)

Click here to read about how Rep. Burns is protecting seniors. Read more

 

Veterans Update - Summer 2020

(Aug 10, 2020)

Click here to read more about Rep. Burns' efforts to support veterans. Read more

 

Burns: $155,800 to fund local schools’ COVID preparations

(Aug 07, 2020)

Federal funds can be used for purchasing equipment to allow for online learning Read more