Our Hometown Hero is a cherished part of the Confluence, Somerset County community.
In tonight's Hometown Hero, this vet contacted the Pennsylvania Army National Guard to train his group.
Charles Clark is 107 and was living on his own until last year.
Clarence Fledderman turned 100 this week. The WWII veteran shares his secret for a long and happy life.
The Wounded Warrior Patrol links up wounded warriors and their families with volunteers at the Seven Springs Ski Resort.
There's a new film describing the life of Johnstown's most well-known WWII war hero, Michael Strank.
This Hometown Hero had a big impact on his nation and his Blair County community.
This hometown hero has a full life of family and service to the community and country. She's also working hard to educate people on how to reduce incidents of sexual assault.
Agent James Walstrom spent more than three decades fighting the war on drugs.
Brian Reidy is an officer with the Logan Township Police and serves the community as a Deputy Coroner.
Altoona resident Robert Sessamen has invented something that may bring him and the local VA Clinic some needed funds.
Stoltzfus is driving a 1948 John Deere across America to raise money for Wounded Warriors.
A local WWII veteran shares the emotions of that conflict.
Andrew Scherzinger has a rich history of service in the military and in present day civilian life in Altoona, PA.
These are the 9 men honored by the Bridge of Freedom. All 9 were killed in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Jim Toth was selected as this week's hometown hero for serving his country and volunteering in his community.
A Hometown Hero continues his service by giving back and volunteering throughout the Penn State community.