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Ebensburg briefs

August 25, 2015 EBENSBURG Council looks into parking problem Council members said they eliminated a potential parking problem caused by this summer’s sidewalk project. more »»

Blair supports seeking Homeland Security grant

August 25, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Blair County is offering its support for submission of a $494,056 request from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for equipment and training to benefit an eight-county are. more »»

Cops find pot plants at neighbor’s house during drug sweep

August 25, 2015 Two people face charges after Altoona police, while tracking down a suspect in Monday’s drug sweep, noticed two suspected marijuana plants growing on a neighbor’s porch. more »»

Local Boy Scout will be honored

August 25, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Blair County leaders will honor a local Boy Scout on Saturday for improvements at Fort Roberdeau in Sinking Valley. more »»

Triage workers unfazed in assessing situations

August 24, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — When a report comes into Blair County Children, Youth & Families of suspected child abuse, the first person out the door is part of the agency’s novel triage unit. more »»

Triage workers unfazed in assessing situations

August 24, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — When a report comes into Blair County Children, Youth & Families of suspected child abuse, the first person out the door is part of the agency’s novel triage unit. more »»

Triage workers unfazed in assessing situations

August 24, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — When a report comes into Blair County Children, Youth & Families of suspected child abuse, the first person out the door is part of the agency’s novel triage unit. more »»

AWA weighs deal with home services

August 24, 2015 After hearing a presentation from HomeServe USA Thursday, the Altoona Water Authority seemed close to giving the service plan provider its customer list and an endorsement in exchange for 10 percent... more »»

Sewer authority seeking funds

August 24, 2015 Hollidaysburg Sewer Authority will hold a special meeting later this month to discuss pursuing state financing for a required multi-million sewer project that could require a rate hik. more »»

Family: Animosity played part in deaths

August 23, 2015 NANTY GLO — Two Nanty Glo men are dead following an early Saturday murder-suicide in the borough that some think might have been sparked by animosity over the shooter’s estranged wife. more »»

PennDOT moving headstones

August 23, 2015 GEESEYTOWN — PennDOT’s plan for Route 22 intersection improvements in Frankstown Township will require the temporary relocation of at least 31 headstones and grave markers on the southern side of... more »»

Sales surge with return of college students

August 23, 2015 In the backroom of a pizza shop, Joyce Moyer rubbed her hands together in anticipation while looking at a calendar with a few dates marked. more »»

Agency puts ‘boots on the ground’

August 23, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Almost daily there are stories about abuse of children. Some youngsters live in horrid conditions with little food and no place to slee. more »»

Diocese’s consolidation plan leaves teachers anxious

August 23, 2015 On Wednesday Catholic elementary schools in the diocese’s Altoona Quadrant will begin their the last school year before they are consolidated in 2016-17, and in the back of teachers’ and principals’... more »»

State planning online voter registration rollout

August 23, 2015 While state officials haven’t said much publicly about the plan, Pennsylvania could soon be the 28th U.S. state to offer paperless, online voter registration, local officials confirmed Friday. more »»

Altoona Water Authority bargains for backup to Bellemead system

August 23, 2015 The Altoona Water Authority on Thursday approved an agreement that will give the Bellemead Civic Association backup water service. more »»

Pets cool off in dog days of summer

August 23, 2015 As summer winds down, young and old alike took advantage of one last opportunity for a swim at Prospect Pool. more »»

State planning online voter registration rollout

August 23, 2015 While state officials haven’t said much publicly about the plan, Pennsylvania could soon be the 28th U.S. state to offer paperless, online voter registration, local officials confirmed Friday. more »»

Magistrate wants petition dismissed

August 23, 2015 A federal magistrate in Johnstown has recommended that a petition filed by a convicted drug dealer from Buffalo, N.Y., be dismissed without being served on local authorities because it lacks merit. more »»

Suspect requests venue change

August 23, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — A Philadelphia area man charged as one of the leaders of a statewide prescription drug ring wants his trial to be moved out of Blair County. Kevin Andrews J. more »»

 
 
 

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