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NCAA offers outline to bring sports back

The Associated Press The NCAA released a long and detailed plan Friday to help schools bring back athletes to campus during a pandemic. While schools will need ...

Moratorium lifted on football, hoops

The Associated Press The NCAA Division I Council voted Wednesday to lift a moratorium on voluntary workouts by football and basketball players ...

Spiritual notes

Church moves to new location Center City Church has moved its primary location, and is now in a soft-opening phase at 1220 12th Ave., downtown Altoona, in the ...

On this date

50 YEARS AGO: May 29, 1970 Blair County Commissioner Eugene G. Hamill, at the dedication of Highland Hall in Hollidaysburg as a Blair County ...

Penelec rate increases

Customers who use Penelec as their power generation supplier are paying more for their electricity. Effective Monday, the residential rate for electricity ...

Briefcase

Green pastures looming — Restaurants changing, preparing to reopen

Complete nursing home tests

Once the grim tally of deaths from COVID-19 is finalized — sometime later this year, we hope — there is little doubt it will be clear that nursing homes are the ...

Pennsylvania budget issue inescapable

Crisis puts education into focus

Magisterial District Judges

Filed before California Avenue Altoona Magisterial District Judge Steven D. Jackson: Charges waived to court Nov. 7: Erik S. McKinney, 39, 911 Sixth Ave., Apt. ...

Magisterial district judge

Marriage licenses

Roger D. Blough

Roger D. Blough, 65, Philipsburg, formerly of Williamsburg, passed away Friday afternoon. He was born in rural Williamsburg, son of the late Jack N. and Gertrude L. ...

Stephen J. Bucar

Jeffrey A. Noel

When our region goes to green, will you visit a public swimming pool?

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