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Errors made with Spring Cove district athletic director

July 1, 2015 A series of apparent oversights led to Spring Cove School District Athletic Director Chuck Gojmerac’s departure last week, with the mistakes that might cost the district more than $15,000, the schoo... more »»

 
 
 
Coroner confirms friar’s suicide

July 1, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Another friar of the Immaculate Conception Province has died by suicide, Blair County Coroner Patty Ross confirmed Tuesday. The Re. more »»

No regrets in Valley View Home sale

July 1, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Blair County commissioners Terry Tomassetti and Diane Meling said Tuesday they were disappointed to learn of the state ban on admissions at Valley View Home and the assignment of a... more »»

Governor to veto entire Republican budget bill

July 1, 2015 HARRISBURG — Democratic Gov. more »»

Bedford County to offer early retirement

July 1, 2015 BEDFORD — Bedford County officials on Tuesday approved the county’s first early retirement program in 20 years, offering long-serving employees a chance to leave while saving payroll expense. more »»

Blair County Courthouse project hits unexpected expenses

July 1, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A heavy snow could collapse the roof of the portico at the original entrance to the Blair County Courthouse, commissioners were told Tuesda. more »»

Area

July 1, 2015 Bedford Multiroad resurfacing project begins New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co Inc. more »»

No tax increases in Williamsburg with new school district budget

July 1, 2015 WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg Community School Board has approved a $7.7 million budget for next year that contains no tax increase but estimates a deficit by the end of next year. more »»

AG fraud cases involve two locals

July 1, 2015 HARRISBURG — Twenty people — including two area residents — have been arrested on a variety of unrelated insurance fraud offenses, according to Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane. more »»

Judge reduces bail amounts for four in suspected drug ring

July 1, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Four defendants who were jailed on charges linked to a prescription drug ring had their bails lowered Monday to unsecured amounts, permitting them at least a temporary release. more »»

Heroin dealer’s sentence revised

July 1, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A Duncansville man who pleaded guilty in September to selling heroin has had his sentence revised to shorten his expected jail time by five months in exchange for 10 more years on... more »»

Sexually violent predator sentenced, faces more charges

July 1, 2015 A sexually violent predator from Cresson was handed a three- to six-year state sentence Monday for failing to comply with Megan’s Law requirements. more »»

Police: Traffic stop yields buy money after deal

July 1, 2015 One man from Hollidaysburg and another from Harrisburg face multiple felony and misdemeanor drug charges after they were arrested Monday evening for allegedly selling heroin to a confidential... more »»

Man arrested after alleged deal

July 1, 2015 An Altoona man faces multiple felony and misdemeanor drug charges after police allege he sold drugs to a confidential informant Monday night. Altoona police said James T. more »»

Blair County drug bust nets 18 suspects

June 30, 2015 Criminal charges were filed against 18 suspected drug dealers during a Monday drug raid in Blair Count. more »»

Sweet corn ready for early sales in central Pa.

June 30, 2015 Local sweet corn fans might be in for an early treat. The tasty summer vegetable could be ready for some local consumers within the next two weeks. Thomas G. more »»

State budget deadline looms as lawmakers remain partisan

June 30, 2015 A state budget proposal may have been passed on time, as several local representatives proudly announced over the weekend, but that won’t mean much as lawmakers continue their standoff with Gov. more »»

Police: Drunk man jailed on burglary, harassment charges

June 30, 2015 CRESSON — Police arrested a man Friday after he allegedly drunkenly swore at a woman and snatched a pack of cigarettes from her han. more »»

area

June 30, 2015 Salon academy hosting fundraiser The Salon Professional Academy will host a “Red Tie Event” from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday to celebrate its move to a new location in Orchard Plaza. more »»

Fireworks dealers excited for Saturday Fourth of July

June 29, 2015 Independence Day falling on Saturday is the perfect storm for fireworks dealers. “The prospects for sales this season are excellent. more »»

Courthouse, water threats suspect will use attorney

June 29, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Adam C. more »»

 
 

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  1. Absolutely not — too dangerous.
  2. Yes, as long as safety is practiced, and kids are protected.
  3. Why not just watch the professionally-done displays?
  4. They’re oversaturated and overrated.
 
 
 
 

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