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Ex-mob boss free

April 26, 2015 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A reputed former mob boss is free after serving four months in federal prison for failing to report a meeting with a former co-defendant at a Florida cigar bar. more »»

Brooks delighted to return

April 25, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK — The man has sold more albums than the Beatles, and he apologized profusely for arriving 10 minutes late to a press conference at the Bryce Jordan Center here Friday afternoon. more »»

Brooks delighted to return

April 25, 2015 UNIVERSITY PARK — The man has sold more albums than the Beatles, and he apologized profusely for arriving 10 minutes late to a press conference at the Bryce Jordan Center here Friday afternoon. more »»

Shuster’s office denies conflict

April 25, 2015 A spokesman for Rep. more »»

Summit addresses homelessness

April 25, 2015 As part of his job, Blair County Community Action Center’s deputy director does a “point-in-time” check on how many people in Blair County are homeless. more »»

Alleged molester facing more sex crime charges

April 25, 2015 An Altoona man in jail on charges he molested two young girls now faces additional accusations he had illegal contact with two other girls. more »»

Expo opens doors to careers

April 25, 2015 Local businesses and learning institutions gathered Thursday at the Logan Valley Mall to find prospective employees and students. more »»

Tyrone pair charged after fight

April 25, 2015 Two Tyrone men face charges after a confrontation with a knife. Joshua A. Luckadoo, 29, of 1053 Pennsylvania Ave., Apt. more »»

Outgoing city manager passes baton

April 25, 2015 The city’s newly hired manager, Marla Marcinko, won’t start work until May 4, but outgoing Interim Manager Peter Marshall participated in his last public meeting with City Council on Wednesday. more »»

Police: Inmate assaulted guard

April 25, 2015 An inmate at Blair County Prison faces felony charges after police say he assaulted a guard. more »»

Red Cross to do fire safety canvass in neighborhoods

April 25, 2015 Firefighters and Red Cross volunteers will visit about 600 houses in three Altoona neighborhoods this morning to promote fire safety. Between 9 a.m. more »»

Two plead guilty in drug ring

April 25, 2015 CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Two people have been convicted for their roles in a Philadelphia-to-Morgan­town drug distribution ring. more »»

Wright asks for execution again

April 24, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A death row inmate from Blair County is asking that a nearly six-year-old stay of execution be lifted “so (he) can commence the death-penalty execution without further delay. more »»

Ex-chief honored by Logan Township

April 24, 2015 Recently retired Logan Township Police Chief Ron Heller said he was humbled by the tribute presented in his honor at Thursday’s supervisors meeting. more »»

Police: Teens cause incident at McDonald’s

April 24, 2015 Police said about 40 school-age teenagers were involved in an incident at McDonald’s that ended in the assault of the owner. more »»

Falling bricks build case for repair orders

April 24, 2015 With bricks having fallen from four city buildings onto or near public rights of way in about seven weeks, City Councilman Mike Haire asked Wednesday what can be done to prevent a recurrence. more »»

Commissioners plan to approve LERTA program

April 24, 2015 SIDMAN — After more than two years of discussion, Cambria County commissioners said Thursday they plan to approve a tax-abatement program for Portage Borough in the coming weeks. more »»

Cambria County

April 24, 2015 SIDMAN Grant will allow LifePoint to expand into Ebensburg area Cambria County commissioners on Thursday approved a provision that will allow the county to obtain a $1. more »»

Speaker urges not to judge

April 24, 2015 CRESSON — Workers scrambled to add extra rows of chairs in Mount Aloysius College’s Bertschi Center where spectators quickly filled seats in anticipation of this year’s Moral Choices Lecture, an... more »»

Downtown auctions coming

April 24, 2015 Bombshell Vintiques, 1417 11th Ave., started a weekend indoor flea market in February, when going out was often miserable. more »»

 
 
 

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