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Police reports

October 7, 2014 Bedford state police — William C. Herron, 57, no address listed, was charged with DUI Saturday morning at the Budget Host Motel, Business Route 220, Bedford Township. more »»

More area school districts employing armed security

October 6, 2014 Retired State Trooper Wayne Bush doesn’t quite blend in at the Hollidaysburg Area High School. But that’s the point. He’s big, he’s armed and he’s notice. more »»

Woman accused of drug scheme

October 6, 2014 A Philadelphia woman who allegedly filled painkiller prescriptions across the state is due to appear in Hollidaysburg District Court. more »»

Carrolltown-area riders raising money for vets’ wall

October 6, 2014 CARROLLTOWN — Maybe it’s because they like the wind in the air or the adventure, or maybe they’re looking for a cause to help others. more »»

Fall festival brings in crowds

October 6, 2014 Morrisons Cove native Beryl Croft — who lives with her husband and fellow Cove native Kirby near Greensburg — marvels when they come back to their second house near Williamsburg. more »»

Nominations sought for Spring Cove School District awards

October 6, 2014 ROARING SPRING — Spring Cove School District administrators are seeking nominations for a series of district awards aimed at educators, employees and volunteers. Nominations are open through Jan. more »»

Police reports

October 6, 2014 Altoona police - James Harkins Jr., 35, 114 Pinecroft Ave., Apt. 1, was arrested Friday afternoon on the 2000 block of 18th Street and served with a Cambria County sheriff’s warrant. more »»

Judge says search was OK

October 6, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A disputed January house search by Altoona police that allegedly yielded heroin and illegal guns was within constitutional bounds, Blair County Judge Wade Kagarise has ruled. more »»

Resident concerned about bus stops

October 6, 2014 The Altoona Area School Board Monday evening heard from a resident concerned about the safety of a school bus stop. more »»

Police: Pair arrested after heroin purchase

October 6, 2014 Officers from the Blair County Drug Task Force set up a heroin purchase Monday that lead to the arrest of two Pittsburgh brothers, the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General, Bureau of Narcotic... more »»

Mount ranked by US News and World Report

October 6, 2014 CRESSON — Mount Aloysius College was ranked among the top 40 Best Regional Colleges in the North by US News and World Report. The list includes 73 colleges across New England and mid-Atlantic states. more »»

Shelters struggle to control feral, stray cat population

October 5, 2014 Along with the rise in temperature for summer and early fall comes a population explosion of the furry kind. more »»

Child porn possession suspect to face trial

October 5, 2014 A former Altoona man who police said had more than 150 pictures of suspected child pornography will face trial. Brandon P. more »»

Saint Francis University inaugurates new president

October 5, 2014 A long, protocol-laden inauguration ceremony for the new president of Saint Francis University may have taxed the patience of some attendees Saturday. more »»

Woman accused of stealing cash from neighbor

October 5, 2014 A Tyrone woman faces a felony charge after she allegedly stole money from a neighbor. Tyrone police allege Kristy D. Koch, 40, of 1350 Washington Ave., Apt. more »»

Saint Francis alum gives talk about spy research

October 5, 2014 LORETTO — Researching spies and their role in the Revolutionary War isn’t as easy as separating the good guys, on America’s side, from the bad guys on the British side. more »»

Other than central Pa., Corbett trails across state

October 5, 2014 While the rest of the state falls behind Democratic challenger Tom Wolf by double-digit margins, a new poll shows central Pennsylvania remains narrowly behind Gov. more »»

Colonial Courtyard work to begin

October 5, 2014 From Mirror staff reports CLEARFIELD — Work will begin Tuesday to rebuild the Colonial Courtyard at Clearfield senior living community at 1300 Leonard St. more »»

Democratic committee banquet set

October 5, 2014 From Mirror staff reports The Blair County Democratic Committee will have its fall banquet on Oct. 19 at The Casino at Lakemont Park. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and dinner is at 6:30 p.. more »»

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