Ryan to return as Curve’s manager

After leading a championship campaign a year ago, Michael Ryan will return to manage the Curve for a second season in 2018, the Pirates announced Tuesday. Ryan, a ...

McCutchen excited for opportunity

SAN FRANCISCO — Andrew McCutchen figures San Francisco’s AT&T Park outfield is so big, playing right field will make him feel like a ...

PSU becoming ‘Hockey Valley’

By Stephen Whyno The Associated Press UNIVERSITY PARK — In the shadow of Beaver Stadium stands a sparkling rink with two sheets of ice that Terry Pegula hopes ...

Lions’ Carr saves the day

By Paddy Cotter For the Mirror UNIVERSITY PARK — Criticism of the Penn State basketball team’s late-game ineptitude gained traction with ...

Dry ice plant seeks workers

CLEARFIELD — Continental Carbonic Products Inc. is looking for employees for the dry ice plant that opened in Clearfield in December. “We have a few more ...

Briefcase

Diamond Lane Farm ideal for all occasions

Immigration reform plan still critical

Some members of the national press corps made much of a meeting at the White House last Tuesday to discuss immigration legislation. President Donald Trump and ...

Help keep MLK dream at forefront

Candidates should address sexual payouts

Police reports

Altoona police Matthew Robinson, 32, of 922 23rd Ave. was charged Monday with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct on the 2900 block of Sixth Avenue. ...

Births

Magisterial District Judges

Anna L. Claar

Anna L. Claar, 85, Martinsburg, formerly of Roaring Spring, died Monday afternoon at her residence. She was born in Martinsburg, daughter of the late Luther R. and ...

Carol LaRue Dollar

Nora Elizabeth Hoover

Should President Trump apologize for his comments about African countries?

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