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Shick sentencing delayed

February 2, 2016 EBENSBURG — Sentencing was delayed Monday for a Clearfield County man arrested well over two years ago for a Dean Township bar shootin. more »»

SCSD looking into new stadium

February 2, 2016 ROARING SPRING — The Spring Cove School Board opened early talks Monday on a possible new athletic stadium, with the district’s spread-out and aging facilities in increasing need of repair. more »»

Brooklyn man facing charges

February 2, 2016 A New York man is behind bars after allegedly scamming a local restaurant and motel. David Vincent, 24, Brooklyn, N.Y. more »»

Council: Try again on voting districts

February 2, 2016 HOLLIDAYSBURG — At a special meeting Monday night, Borough Council members voted to have the county elections office make a second attempt at redistricting the borough’s voting wards while taking... more »»

Former Penn State student accepts settlement

February 2, 2016 The settlement of a civil rights lawsuit filed by a former Penn State Altoona student who challenged Logan Township police actions leading to his arrest in April 2013 was for $60,000, according to... more »»

Police: Burglar caught in act

February 2, 2016 An Altoona man faces felony charges after Logan Township police caught him inside a Pleasant Valley Boulevard apartment. It was about 5 p.m. more »»

City police arrest Perry County fugitive

February 2, 2016 A man wanted in Perry County was arrested over the weekend in Altoona. Matthew H. more »»

Stop leads to felony retail theft charges

February 2, 2016 A traffic stop led police to hundreds of dollars in suspected stolen goods. Dana L. Conzo, 30, of 901 Eighth Ave. more »»

Surma to lead Small Business Development Center at SFU

February 1, 2016 LORETTO — Barry Surma has been named director of Saint Francis University’s Small Business Development Center. more »»

Black Civil War soldiers forgotten

February 1, 2016 By Ryan Brown rbrown@altoonamirror. more »»

Rule change could cut food aid

February 1, 2016 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — More than 1 million low-income residents in 21 states could soon lose their government food stamps if they fail to meet work requirements that began kicking in this month. more »»

Williamsburg family’s love of flying reaches new heights

February 1, 2016 Maverick Woodling was about 5 or 6 years old the first time he flew as co-pilot with his grandfather, Tom, a commercial pilot. more »»

Prognosticators weigh in on Phil

February 1, 2016 In less than 24 hours, Punxsutawney Phil is scheduled to emerge from his burrow to offer what may be the most publicized weather prediction of the year. more »»

Meeting to focus on stormwater plans

February 1, 2016 Officials from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation are scheduled to host a public open house Wednesday to showcase plans for a proposed intersection improvement project in Hollidaysburg. more »»

Private data targeted

January 31, 2016 Whether making purchases online or providing personal information during a doctor visit, consumers often trust that their private data will remain that way — private. more »»

Blair courts carrying heavy load

January 31, 2016 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Blair County’s five judges handled far more cases than their counterparts in similar-sized counties and in many cases even more than those in counties in the next higher population... more »»

Amtran to keep one classic bus as historical artifact

January 31, 2016 Amtran plans to keep one of its remaining six 40-year-old GMC buses as a historical artifact, after replacing all those buses next year, according to General Manager Eric Wolf. more »»

Kane gets kernel of good news as voters still show support

January 31, 2016 Pennsylvanians of all political persuasions think their state is in a bad way, two new polls have shown, and many don’t seem particularly happy with anyone in office. more »»

Students hit the water for THON

January 31, 2016 HOLLIDAYSBURG —Though temperatures climbed into the upper 30s by Saturday afternoon, Penn State Altoona Winter Plunge participants didn’t feel the heat for long. more »»

Lawsuit against UVA stands

January 31, 2016 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A Blair County judge has refused to dismiss a civil lawsuit brought by a man who was roughed up in the United Veterans Association parking lot in 2009. Judge Timothy M. more »»

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