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Lady Tigers building up momentum

HOLLIDAYSBURG — For the first half, and a few minutes of the third quarter, the Hollidaysburg-Altoona girls basketball game Thursday night was a tightly-contested ...

BG boys pass first 3A playoff test

Marion Center boys basketball coach Ralph McGinnis had tremendous success coaching the Blairsville girls program for years running a ball-control ...

Lions win on senior night

The Associated Press UNIVERSITY PARK — Myreon Jones scored 17 points, knocking down four 3-pointers, as five Penn State players reached double figures and the ...

Spiritual notes

Novena to honor St. Joseph The Discalced Carmelite Nuns of Loretto will honor St. Joseph in this year dedicated to him during the Novena that will begin on ...

Spiritual notes

Fish fry dinners available St. Therese of the Child Jesus Parish, Altoona, will hold Lenten Fish Fry Dinners from 4 to 7 p.m. Fridays during ...

Briefcase

EBENSBURG Walk-in orthopedic clinic set Western Pennsylvania Orthopedics, Conemaugh Physician Group, is now offering a walk-in clinic for quick, convenient ...

Chamber plans ‘net-walks’

Penelec says bills to go down

Monitor McCrory building

Altoona isn’t the only city having to deal with deteriorated structures that undermine the positive aspects of the municipality. It is a fact that businesses’ ...

Local vaccine process needs shot in arm

Appvion closure creates shadow of uncertainty

Deeds

Huntingdon County Donna K. Hooper Estate and Donna K. Bard Estate to Phillip Marks, property in Clay Twp., $145,000. Harry E. Jr. and Virginia R. Fessler to Mark ...

Divorces

Marriage licenses

Lois K. Cox

Lois K. Cox, 83, Bellwood, died Wednesday. She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Kenneth and Virginia (Carter) Moran. On Dec. 12, 1987, in Winchester, Va., ...

Natasha Maher McKnight

William Ernest Moore

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