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IRS filings detail Easter Seals’ trouble

February 26, 2015 On Feb. 26, 1967, exactly 48 years ago today, William W. more »»

 
 
 

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IRS filings detail Easter Seals’ trouble

February 26, 2015 On Feb. 26, 1967, exactly 48 years ago today, William W. more »»

Mom, child escape after truck explodes

February 26, 2015 MARTINSBURG — A woman and her young child miraculously survived a Wednesday crash that obliterated her pickup truck, leaving wreckage scattered across Piney Creek Road in Huston Township, police said. more »»

Two teens to face trial in death at group home

February 26, 2015 PITTSBURGH — Two teens were ordered to stand trial as adults in the beating death of a former Hollidaysburg teenager at a Pittsburgh-area group home for troubled boys last month. more »»

Partnership plans $500K city project

February 26, 2015 A local partnership is planning to renovate a four-story building on the 1400 block of 11th Avenue to create apartments and commercial space. more »»

Man facing trial for allegedly robbing woman

February 26, 2015 A Seward man accused of robbing a woman at gun point in Tyrone will face trial. more »»

Local Sports

B-A girls close strong for win

February 26, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — The first half of Wednesday’s District 6 Class AA girls semifinal between Bellwood-Antis and Tyrone indicated that the defenses would have to win the game. more »»

BG girls down 2nd-seeded BC

February 26, 2015 EBENSBURG — For most of the first half of its District 6 Class A girls semifinal on Wednesday, Bishop Guilfoyle Catholic led Bishop Carroll Catholic but couldn’t quite shake the Lady Huskie. more »»

Warriors top Blue Devils

February 26, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — The Bellwood-Antis boys basketball team beat West Branch twice in the regular season, but West Branch won the one that counted most. Skyler Krise sank 1-of-2 free throws with 2. more »»

Chestnut Ridge favored to win Southwest Regional

February 26, 2015 Chestnut Ridge has been the team in the region that every other wrestling team has been chasing or getting pounded by this season. more »»

Pirates’ Nutting gains exposure

February 26, 2015 BRADENTON, Fla. — As the Pittsburgh Pirates regain their relevance in baseball, team chairman Bob Nutting’s stature in the industry also is on the rise. more »»

Franklin’s caravan to make stop in Altoona

February 25, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK — Seeking to continue building on the success of “Dominate The State,” Penn State football coach James Franklin and several head coaches will embark on the Penn State Coaches Carava... more »»

Bradley hired by UCLA

February 24, 2015 Former longtime Penn State assistant Tom Bradley is leaving West Virginia after one season to become defensive coordinator at UCLA, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Pres. more »»

Report: Bradley on his way to UCLA

February 20, 2015 Tom Bradley has spent his entire life in this region — growing up in Johnstown, attending and working at Penn State for decades and most recently working at West Virginia — but he’s reportedly... more »»

Newbill gets no help in defeat

February 19, 2015 By Mark Brennan For the Mirror UNIVERSITY PARK — No. 5 Wisconsin scored only two points over a nearly eight-minute span of the first half against Penn State at the Jordan Center Wednesday. more »»

PSU fined $10,000 over Chambers’ comments

February 18, 2015 UNIVERSITY?PARK — The Big Ten Conference has fined Penn State $10,000 for comments made by coach Patrick Chambers after a loss to Maryland on Saturday night. more »»

Obituaries

Jean Elizabeth (Young) Campbell

February 26, 2015 Jean Elizabeth (Young) Campbell, 90, Altoona, died unexpectedly late Monday evening at UPMC Altoona. She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late George H. and Sara (Gosnell) Young. more »»

Cecelia A. ‘Susie’ (Parks) Ellis

February 26, 2015 Cecelia A. “Susie” (Parks) Ellis, 69, Cresson, died Tuesday. She was born in Sankertown, daughter of the late William and Mary Dorothy (McGuire) Parks. more »»

Dr. William Robson Nichols Grier

February 26, 2015 Dr. William Robson Nichols Grier, 91, Hollidaysburg, died peacefully Sunday at home with family by his side. He was born in Caron, Saskatche­wan, Canada, son of the Rev. more »»

Robert L. Harvey

February 26, 2015 Robert L. Harvey, 90, State College, formerly of Hollidaysburg, passed away Sunday at The Atrium at The Village at Penn State, State College, after an extended illness. more »»

Daniel H. Kingsbury

February 26, 2015 Daniel H. Kingsbury, 91, Altoona, passed away Tuesday afternoon at Valley View Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was born in Wilkes-Barre, son of the late Harold Witt and Mary (Carey) Kingsbury. more »»

Area Life

Symphony Orchestra concert to honor the region’s history

February 26, 2015 An immigrant from Hong Kong, Altoona Symphony Orchestra (ASO) Maestra Teresa Cheung says she has long been fascinated with how a young America has evolved while holding on to its short history. more »»

Doctors say trackers, apps can boost care

February 26, 2015 HACKENSACK, N.J. — That phone app keeping track of your exercise and meals might keep you out of the hospital one day. more »»

Challenges for doctors using apps

February 26, 2015 NEW YORK — More hospitals and doctors are starting to use data from fitness trackers and health apps to help treat patients. But they are moving cautiousl. more »»

Rolling for the sport and fun of it: Derby leagues catching on in Central PA

February 22, 2015 STATE COLLEGE — The pseudonyms, colorful clothes and painted faces remain, but athleticism and competition have replaced the scripted theatrics and pre-determined outcomes. more »»

Free book giveaway

February 22, 2015 From time to time, the Mirror receives complimentary copies of books, and we like to share these with our readers. more »»

Local Business

Briefcase

February 26, 2015 Home Nursing recognized Home Nursing Agency’s Private Duty Home Care program has been recognized with Home Care Pulse’s Best of Home Care distinction for the third straight year. more »»

US automakers improve in annual brand rankings

February 25, 2015 DETROIT — Buick is the first U.S.-based automotive brand to crack the top 10 in Consumer Reports magazine’s annual brand report cards. U.S. more »»

Red Robin coming to Altoona plaza

February 24, 2015 A Colorado-based hamburger chain is coming to Altoona. more »»

CNB marks 150th anniversary

February 22, 2015 CLEARFIELD — The local bank is more than just a building where people come to cash checks, make deposits and take out loans. CNB Bank, under the leadership of president and CEO Joseph B. Bower Jr. more »»

Workplace

February 22, 2015 New hires and promotions -- Dr. Scott DeHart of Mount Nittany Physician Group has joined the Tyrone Regional Health Network medical staff. more »»

 
 
 

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