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Group OKs business loans

September 27, 2013 Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission’s board recently approved the following business loans: n $200,000 for Spence R. and Angela . more »»

Bales of success

September 23, 2013 TYRONE — Nearly two years ago, the first roll of paper rolled out of American Eagle Paper Mills in Tyron. more »»

‘Soleful’ mayor

September 14, 2013 Mayor Bill Schirf traveled nearly a marathon Friday — about 23 miles, according to an online route calculator — in his “Walk Against Crime” through the city’s 26 neighborhoods. more »»

ABCD gets $1.5M to develop new business park

September 14, 2013 The federal Economic Develop­ment Administration has awarded a $1.5-million grant to help Altoona Blair County Develop­ment Corp. more »»

APD chief resists changing policy

September 14, 2013 City Police Chief Janice Freehling earlier this week rejected the idea of a policy change to restrict the actions of off-duty officers, in the aftermath of two cases in which off-duty officers were... more »»

Financial columnist talks about financial crisis in US

September 14, 2013 LORETTO — Speaking to a group of more than 200 in S. more »»

Waitress buys local eatery

September 8, 2013 Cindy Young has a new job, but she also kept her old job. On Sept. 1, Young, 61, who has worked at the Greenwood Steak House, 1523 E. Pleasant Valley Blvd. more »»

Cellphone rescue store opens in Logan Valley Mall

August 27, 2013 A new business in the Logan Valley Mall can help people whose cellphones get wet. Phone Surgeons, which opened Au. more »»

Department store in 150th year

August 25, 2013 ROARING SPRING — Sometimes Doug Mingle wonders how his business survived. more »»

Logan Twp., city declared a state Enterprise Zone

August 16, 2013 Altoona-Blair County Development Corp. more »»

Funeral home marks 100th year

August 11, 2013 STATE COLLEGE — The funeral service industry may have changed over the years, but the philosophy of the Koch Funeral Home has not. more »»

Local food companies praised

August 7, 2013 Representatives of the Appalachian Regional Commission got an upclose look Tuesday morning of two small businesses that are making their mark in the food industry. more »»

Sheetz receives energy award

August 1, 2013 CLAYSBURG — Sheetz Inc. more »»

Blair to induct 3 into business hall

July 30, 2013 Three businesses will comprise the Blair County Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame’s Class of 2013. more »»

New Pig Energy moves to former Save-A-Lot

July 25, 2013 By Kelly Cernetich TYRONE — After just a few months in business, New Pig Energy has moved to a new home in the former Save-A-Lot building along Jefferson Avenue. more »»

Laurel sees milestone

July 23, 2013 From Mirror staff reports DUNCANSVILLE — Doctors and staff at the Laurel Laser & Surgery Center reached a milestone in July — they removed their 10,000th cataract. Dr. more »»

Family Services marks 85th year

July 21, 2013 Family Services Inc.’s role has changed over the years, but it continues to play a major role in the community. more »»

Pickups driving auto sales

July 14, 2013 Auto sales in the United States topped 7.8 million in the first six months of 2013, the best first half since 2007, according to Autodata Corp. and AutoInfoBan. more »»

Logan OKs license transfer

July 12, 2013 Logan Township supervisors have endorsed a restaurant’s request to transfer a liquor license, subject to approval by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Boar. more »»

Home builders busy

July 7, 2013 Local home builders say they are busier than they have been in several years. “It was like at the first of the year like someone turned a faucet on. We started to get calls for new home. more »»

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