Reynolds part of Pirates’ big comeback

By Wes Crosby The Associated Press PITTSBURGH — Coming off a hitless night, Bryan Reynolds told teammate Corey Dickerson he felt pressure to produce. Dickerson ...

A man for all seasons

Whether it’s in sports, academics or volunteer endeavors, it’s quite apparent that recent Altoona Area High School graduate Jonah Brandt ...

Pens returning to Pegula

UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State University and the Pegula Ice Arena will again host an NHL preseason game, with the Buffalo Sabres making their third trip in the past ...

High profile recruit decommitts

From Mirror reports Penn State’s rough recruiting week got even worse Thursday when yet another high-profile prospect decommitted from the ...

EMG Brands to reveal new business venture

TYRONE — EMG Brands will officially announce the launch of a new national business venture during a grand opening of EMG’s newly renovated offices from 5 to 7 ...

Briefcase

Police: City man sought sex, pictures from minors

Attacks on tankers need fully probed

If Iran is indeed behind recent attacks on several tanker ships carrying petroleum products, action by the world community — not just the United States — may be ...

Juneteenth well worth celebrating

Credit city for trying reinvention

Births

May 29, 2019 Alivia Joy McCloskey, a daughter born to Allisa L. (Laughlin) and Larry A. McCloskey, Altoona, at Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring, at ...

Bankruptcies

Deeds

John M. Borlie

John M. Borlie, 82, Portage, died Tuesday. He was the son of the late John F. and Mary (Moyer) Borlie. Surviving are his wife, Regina (Klatt); children: Peggy, ...

Anne (Frey) Bradley

Annette L. Chesney

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