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Police: Altoona man beaten over $25 bottle of cologne

August 31, 2014 An Altoona man was jumped and beaten with fists and feet at Jefferson Park on Fourth Avenue recently by four males for failing to pay $25 for a bottle of cologne — even though the cologne was never... more »»

Tyrone homes pulled out of flood plain

August 31, 2014 As part of Tyrone’s ongoing flood map updates, 43 properties were granted some relief from increasing flood insurance rates. more »»

Johnstown school to provide free breakfast, lunch to students

August 31, 2014 JOHNSTOWN (AP) — All public school students in a low-income district in western Pennsylvania will receive free school breakfasts and lunches. more »»

Penn State faithful travel to Dublin

August 30, 2014 DUBLIN — Looking out over a sea of more than 10,000 Penn State fans, Nittany Lion and Steelers legend Jack Ham said it best. more »»

Tip leads police to run-away suspect

August 30, 2014 ROARING SPRING — The saga Friday in Morrisons Cove possessed all the elements of a drama: A leap from an upper-floor window, with law enforcement at the door; a run to freedom, a friend to act as a... more »»

Nittany Pointe Apartment residents without water

August 30, 2014 Penn State students living in the off-campus Nittany Pointe Apartments have been without water from 5 p.m. Thursday to at least 4 p.m. Friday. more »»

No charges will be filed in Hollidaysburg probe

August 30, 2014 No criminal charges will be filed in connection with misconduct by Hollidaysburg Area football players that was reported by the senior high school’s officials. more »»

Ready to roar

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Cambria County Fair set to open

August 30, 2014 EBENSBURG — Atten­d­ance at the 2011 Cambria County Fair was so dismal, organizers thought it might be the end. Only 11,000 people showed u. more »»

Teen will receive treatment for assault

August 30, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A teenage boy who indecently assaulted another child will receive treatment through Project Point of Light, a program developed by a DuBois psychologist, according to an order issued... more »»

Altoona woman ordered to repay Medicaid program

August 30, 2014 HOLLIDAYSBURG — An Altoona woman who provided therapeutic services to children with mental problems was ordered Friday to repay the Pennsylvania Medi­caid program more than $15,000 because she... more »»

IRS warning residents about scam

August 30, 2014 Some area residents have received calls in a scam in which the callers falsely claim to be from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS issued a consumer alert this week about the sca. more »»

Bedford County woman dies from car crash injuries

August 30, 2014 A New Paris woman died Thursday as a result of a car crash on Tuesday night in Bedford County, according to a release from Pennsyl­vania State Police at Bedford. more »»

Police: Boy, 14 swings ax at man

August 30, 2014 A 14-year-old boy is accused of aggravated assault for swinging an ax at a 37-year-old man along East Pitt Street Road in Bedford Township Thurs­day afternoon, according to state police at Bedford. more »»

Police: Teens take cars on joyrides

August 30, 2014 By William Kibler bkibler@altoonamirror. more »»

'Football' mostly foreign to Ireland

August 29, 2014 By Cory Giger DUBLIN, Ireland — No worries, as the locals say. more »»

Hollidaysburg football players disciplined for misconduct

August 29, 2014 Several Hollidaysburg Area High School football players have been suspended or removed from the team after an investigation into inappropriate conduct, authorities said Thursday. more »»

Bedford judge to end appeal with county

August 29, 2014 Attorneys for Bedford County’s chief judge have moved to end a state Supreme Court appeal in a legal battle with the county commissioners, giving them a victory in a two-year fight over funds. more »»

Remarks by Altoona City Council upset water authority leaders

August 29, 2014 Because of a microphone left open during a hiatus in Wednesday’s City Council meeting, viewers of the local-access TV broadcast heard lighthearted private banter between a pair of councilmen about a... more »»

AAA: Labor Day traffic to be highest since ’08

August 29, 2014 Expect the roads to be crowded this Labor Day weekend. AAA projects 3. more »»

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