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Police: Pair stole jewelry

July 20, 2014 Two women face charges after allegedly stealing thousands in jewelry from a Bellwood home. Erica L. Bardell, 31, 501 S. Tuckahoe St., Bellwood, and Renee F. Krumenacker, 31, of 860 Grange Ave. more »»

Former Sheetz employee receives probation over theft

July 20, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A former employee of Sheetz Corp. in Altoona has been placed on seven years’ probation for using the company’s credit system to take more than $45,000 during a six-month perio. more »»

Meeting set for Bedford bridge

July 20, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — PennDOT will conduct an open house and plans display on the proposed bridge replacements on Churchview Road and Church Street in South Woodbury Township, Bedford County. more »»

Hollidaysburg runner no stranger to roads

July 20, 2014 In a room in his home, Gary Rhodes keeps professional and recreational mementos accumulated over the years. A bearskin rug and animal trophies are evidence of successful hunts. more »»

Police: Woman stole $20 worth of curtains

July 20, 2014 An Altoona woman faces felony charges after police in Logan Township say she stole $20 worth of flowered curtain. more »»

Snakes on their own against gardener

July 20, 2014 Pennsylvania residents are spread across the commonwealth from the cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh with the majority living rurally or semi-rurally. more »»

Homeless woman faces drug charges

July 20, 2014 An Altoona homeless woman faces charges after police allegedly find her in a vacant apartment with drugs. Misty G. more »»

Coroner: Death likely suicide

July 20, 2014 DANVILLE (AP) — A coroner in central Pennsylvania says the death of a man run over by a train near a festival to celebrate the region’s role in early development of the rail system appears to be... more »»

Vote patches highways, but solution remains temporary

July 20, 2014 Seeing the ease with which U.S. Re. more »»

Route 35 paving to begin in Huntingdon

July 20, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Work will begin Monday on a project to resurface about eight miles of Route 35 (Shade Valley Road) in Dublin and Tell townships, Huntingdon County, PennDOT said Work will consist of... more »»

Teenager ‘sorry’ for fatal accident

July 19, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — An Altoona teenager who was the driver in a fatal traffic accident in Sinking Valley just over a year ago tearfully told a judge and those in court Friday that she “will always be... more »»

Man, 54, accused of molesting girl

July 19, 2014 An East Freedom man is behind bars on charges he molested a young girl. Freedom Township police allege Jay A. Musselman Sr. more »»

Man charged after standoff

July 19, 2014 A Hollidaysburg man faces charges after a standoff with sheriff’s deputies and the state police, according to the Blair County Sheriff’s Department. Richard . more »»

Certificate revoked for Blair Cab Inc.

July 19, 2014 The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission has revoked the certificate to operate of Blair Cab Inc., an Altoona taxi company owned by Harry Pelton. more »»

Sandusky son tells of alleged abuse

July 18, 2014 HARRISBURG — Jerry Sandusky’s adopted son Matthew said in a television interview Thursday that his sexual abuse at the former Penn State assistant coach’s hands consisted of oral sex, a more serious... more »»

Prison jobs up for review

July 18, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — As the overtime problem at the Blair County Prison continues unabated, the head of the prison board said Thursday he will meet with the warden next week to review every position... more »»

United Way hands out 30 impact grants

July 18, 2014 Thursday was a banner day for United Way of Blair County. United Way officials handed out 30 impact grants, their largest number ever, said Robin Beck, executive director. more »»

New program focuses on how to help teens

July 18, 2014 A new Cambria County program is looking not only at what’s going wrong in teens’ lives, but at what schools, parents and churches are doing right to curb bad choices — and how the community can... more »»

Community Days continues

July 18, 2014 DUNCANSVILLE — The Duncansville Community Days celebration, which opened Thursday night at Memorial Park, will continue through Saturday when it caps off with a fireworks sho. more »»

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