Fay continues Classic trend

By Philip Cmor pcmor@altoonamirror.com For years, Central High School boys basketball coach Reggie Nevins would take a team down to Williamsburg for Sunday games ...

Bearcats’ Miller throws 1-hitter

HOLLIDAYSBURG — Catherine Miller fired a one-hitter as Huntingdon blanked Hollidaysburg, 4-0, at Legion Park on Wednesday in high school ...

PSU gets Texas DB

It’s shaping up that Penn State’s secondary might feel a lot like the Lone Star State in a couple of years. With rising senior legacy safety prospect Isaiah ...

Players enjoy a trip

UNIVERSITY PARK — Running back Saquon Barkley and some Penn State teammates got a chance to work out with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak ...

Briefcase

Claysburg Claysburg store adds U-Haul Lighthouse Hardware has signed on as a U-Haul neighborhood dealer to serve the Claysburg community. Lighthouse Hardware, ...

Briefcase

Briefcase

House bill threatens police force

All right-thinking people harbor respect for police and the important, indispensable job that they do. In the course of conducting their duties, they risk their ...

Trump leadership fell short

Lakemont Park improvements fuel anticipation

Births

March 19, 2017 Liam James Feathers, a son born to Samantha D. Lonero and Bradley J. Feathers, Altoona, at Nason Hospital, Roaring Spring, at 10:40 p.m. March 20, ...

Births

Births

Dolores P. Amorosa

Dolores P. Amorosa, 99, Zelienople, formerly of Altoona, passed away Friday at Passavant Retirement Community, Zelienople. She was born in Portage, daughter of the ...

Lois R. Baker

Mary Lou Bender

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