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Agency puts ‘boots on the ground’

August 23, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Almost daily there are stories about abuse of children. Some youngsters live in horrid conditions with little food and no place to slee. more »»

Diocese’s consolidation plan leaves teachers anxious

August 23, 2015 On Wednesday Catholic elementary schools in the diocese’s Altoona Quadrant will begin their the last school year before they are consolidated in 2016-17, and in the back of teachers’ and principals’... more »»

State planning online voter registration rollout

August 23, 2015 While state officials haven’t said much publicly about the plan, Pennsylvania could soon be the 28th U.S. state to offer paperless, online voter registration, local officials confirmed Friday. more »»

Altoona Water Authority bargains for backup to Bellemead system

August 23, 2015 The Altoona Water Authority on Thursday approved an agreement that will give the Bellemead Civic Association backup water service. more »»

Pets cool off in dog days of summer

August 23, 2015 As summer winds down, young and old alike took advantage of one last opportunity for a swim at Prospect Pool. more »»

State planning online voter registration rollout

August 23, 2015 While state officials haven’t said much publicly about the plan, Pennsylvania could soon be the 28th U.S. state to offer paperless, online voter registration, local officials confirmed Friday. more »»

Magistrate wants petition dismissed

August 23, 2015 A federal magistrate in Johnstown has recommended that a petition filed by a convicted drug dealer from Buffalo, N.Y., be dismissed without being served on local authorities because it lacks merit. more »»

Suspect requests venue change

August 23, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A Philadelphia area man charged as one of the leaders of a statewide prescription drug ring wants his trial to be moved out of Blair County. Kevin Andrews J. more »»

Local districts set to begin school year

August 23, 2015 Classes will start in many area school districts this week, with Williamsburg on Monday the first Blair County district to begin. more »»

Attorney says city man did not abuse two kids

August 23, 2015 A city man accused of physically abusing two young children is innocent, his attorney said Friday. Caleb M. Epple, 22, of 2904 Third St. more »»

Motorists urged to look out for AASD students

August 23, 2015 Drivers need to watch out for Altoona Area students as school begins Wednesday amid a PennDOT paving project along Sixth and Seventh Avenues, officials said. more »»

Police charge woman linked to boyfriend’s stabbing death

August 23, 2015 SMITHFIELD (AP) — A western Pennsylvania woman has been charged with criminal homicide in the early morning stabbing death of her boyfriend. more »»

RV break-in suspect also accused of stealing truck

August 23, 2015 A man police accused of breaking into an RV in Greenwood faces more charges over a stolen truck. Logan Township police allege Robert L. more »»

Altoona’s got talent

August 22, 2015 Sarah Everett was a little less jealous at the end of the competition of the second annual Altoona’s Got Talent show at the Mishler Theatre in downtown Altoona on Friday night. more »»

Falling tree kills logger

August 22, 2015 A logger was killed Friday morning when a falling tree struck him in a wooded area near Patton, police said. more »»

Manager: Bellwood Reservoir has drain

August 22, 2015 Altoona Water Authority officials believe there must be a drain opening at the very bottom of the Bellwood Reservoir, so operators can empty it without pumping. more »»

People run, jog, walk to honor fallen soldiers

August 22, 2015 Moments after the national anthem blared from speakers a little after 2 p.. more »»

Health, Wellness expo offers lung information

August 22, 2015 People at the Logan Valley Mall on Friday, likely learned something about lung diseases and where to get treatment for them. more »»

Police watch for more than drunken driving

August 22, 2015 Police and PennDOT are reminding folks that with the approaching Labor Day holiday, officers are gearing up to make sure area drivers are sober behind the wheel. more »»

Farm Bureau tour focuses on pension reform, reassessment

August 22, 2015 CURRYVILLE — The next time members of the Blair County Farm Bureau visit Laverne Nolt’s farm, it might have a much different look. more »»

 
 
 

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