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Carnegie Equipment plans addition for restaurant sales

April 12, 2013 The Altoona Planning Commission has given preliminary land development approval for Carnegie Equipment of Sixth Avenue in Eldorado to build a new 16,000-square-foot building. more »»

Apnea alert

April 7, 2013 Obstructive sleep apnea is not a problem to be taken lightly, especially within the trucking industry. more »»

Sugar Run Spills works from Pittsburgh to Harrisburg

March 31, 2013 Sugar Run Spills has been cleaning up messes for a long time. more »»

SAPDC approves business loans

March 21, 2013 The Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission’s board of directors Wednesday approved the following loans for area businesses: -- $200,000 to help Matthew S., Elvin N. and Esther S. more »»

DeGol project moving forward

March 20, 2013 By Walt Frank wfrank@altoonamirror. more »»

LaJo's remains in good hands

March 19, 2013 Julia Laura said, “It’s easy if you know what you are doing. more »»

Stapelfeld picked for award

March 12, 2013 TIPTON — The co-founder and chairman of the board of New Pig Corp. more »»

Nominations invited for ‘20 Under 40’

March 11, 2013 The Mirror is now accepting nominations for its sixth edition of “20 Under 40,” which will recognize 20 deserving community members younger than 40 years old in the June edition of Blair Living. more »»

Trucks driving auto sales

March 10, 2013 Local auto dealers are off to a good start in 2013. Nationally, General Motors, Toyota, Ford and most other automakers posted at least modest sales gains for Februar. more »»

Mirror launches full-service marketing agency

March 10, 2013 The Altoona Mirror is expanding its advertising brand with the creation of an independent, full-service marketing and communications agenc. more »»

WJAC has new owner

March 5, 2013 From Mirror staff reports WJAC-TV, Johnstown, is one of four television stations being purchased by Baltimore, Md.-based Sin­clair Broadcast Group Inc. more »»

Entrepreneurs see new hotel a plus

March 3, 2013 Local motel operators hope the addition of a Days Inn is a good sign. more »»

Plans for Blair business park moving forward

March 2, 2013 Construction of a new business park in Blair County may be closer to reality. Altoona-Blair County Development Corp. has filed a request with the U.S. more »»

Area organizations recognized

March 2, 2013 Numerous local organizations have been included in Pennsylvania Business Central’s list of 100 top organizations for 2012. more »»

McLanahan acquires Madden

March 1, 2013 HOLLIDAYSBURG — One long-time Hollidaysburg family business has purchased another. Officials of McLanahan Corp. more »»

Gardners Candies to expand

February 28, 2013 TYRONE — Gardners Candies’ plant is cramped and free space is scarce. “It’s a good problem to have,” said company Presi­dent Sam Phillips, and it’s why the manufacturing facility will be expanding. more »»

Resist raiding your 401(k)

February 24, 2013 People tend to raid their 401(k) retirement accounts in times of hardship or before the purchase of big-ticket items, according to a recent study by Reuters. more »»

Mirror will print Somerset paper

February 22, 2013 By Walt Frank The Altoona Mirror is taking on another printing job. more »»

Cutting teeth for 100 years

February 17, 2013 Donald Rupe has been a part of the family business for a long time. Rupe, 88, remembers running errands for his father’s business, Deininger & Rupe Dental Laboratory, when he was in junior high. more »»

American Eagle Paper Mills names new president, CEO

February 12, 2013 TYRONE — A Tyrone native is the new president and CEO of American Eagle Paper Mills. Michael Grimm will assume that position as well as a position on the board of directors on Feb. 25. more »»

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