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Portage man accused of stalking woman

August 19, 2016 A Portage man is facing felony charges for allegedly stalking a woman and breaking into her home in attempts to talk with her. Portage Borough police arrested Frank Lombardo Jr. more »»

Amtran preparing for triennial review

August 19, 2016 Amtran is preparing for a “triennial review” by the Federal Transit Admin­istration — and General Manager Eric Wolf expects reviewers to locate faults. more »»

Meeting set for Colver gas proposal

August 19, 2016 EBENSBURG — Peoples Natural Gas officials have scheduled a meeting next month to gauge interest in extending natural gas lines through a Cambria Township neighborhood. more »»

Antique dealer remembered

August 19, 2016 DUNCANSVILLE — Local antique dealer David Donnelly once bought a truckload of items. Then he asked the seller how much the truck was, and he bought that, too. more »»

Cambria County briefs

August 19, 2016 EBENSBURG County receives grants for projects Cambria County has received about $650,000 in state grant money for community improvement projects. more »»

Cambria approves bids for Glendale Lake work

August 19, 2016 EBENSBURG — The Cambria County Conservation District is moving forward with an erosion repair project at Glendale Lake. more »»

Insulation catches fire at mall

August 19, 2016 Firefighters and police rushed to the Logan Valley Mall on Thursday afternoon after workers outside caused a piece of insulation to smolder, officials said. more »»

Blown tire leads to rollover

August 19, 2016 The tire blew and the truck rolled over in an instant Friday on I-99. more »»

Police: Mom left two kids at home

August 19, 2016 An Altoona mother faces charges after police say she left her two young children alone at home while she was at work. Dana A. Johnston, 30, 602 Second Ave. more »»

Charges filed in fatal crash

August 18, 2016 The driver who struck and killed a pregnant Juniata woman and her unborn child last year on the North Eighth Street Bridge now faces charges. Logan Township police allege Tarence M. more »»

AASD to keep Kimmel open

August 18, 2016 The William P. Kimmel Alternative School will not be closed this year, the Altoona Area School Board unanimously decided Wednesday. more »»

State’s new AG key figure in Cosby case

August 18, 2016 HARRISBURG — The former county prosecutor taking over for Pennsylvania’s convicted attorney general is a central figure in the Bill Cosby case, having chosen a decade ago not to charge the... more »»

Grocers now able to sell wine, but stores yet to make transition

August 18, 2016 Area oenophiles may be delighted to hear local grocery stores and restaurants are now able to sell bottles of wine. more »»

Decision to release Mosey upsets county prosecutors

August 18, 2016 Despite the objections of Blair County prosecutors, the man accused of killing an Altoona woman and her unborn child with his SUV while drunk will remain free for now. more »»

Amtran hoping grant money funds replacement of six buses

August 18, 2016 Amtran is waiting for decisions on grants from the Federal Transit Admin­istration and PennDOT to determine how it will replace six 40-year-old GMC buses — and what kind of buses the replacements... more »»

Amtran to upgrade security

August 18, 2016 Amtran on Wednesday awarded a $33,000 contract to low-bidder Bob Biter Electrical Enterprises of Cresson to make security camera and lighting improvements at the bus authority terminal near Mansion... more »»

AMED weighs purchases

August 18, 2016 AMED Executive Director Gary Watters may ask soon his board to buy three more ambulances, to take advantage of the kind of savings realized so far with the three ambulances AMED bought recently. more »»

Cernic to replace Wozniak on ballot

August 18, 2016 Cambria County Controller Ed Cernic confirmed Wednesday that he has secured enough party votes to become the Democratic candidate for the 35th state Senate District. more »»

Cernic to replace Wozniak on ballot

August 18, 2016 Cambria County Controller Ed Cernic confirmed Wednesday that he has secured enough party votes to become the Democratic candidate for the 35th state Senate District. more »»

Council deconstructs planning code

August 18, 2016 In 2003, then-city Planning Director Dave McFarland compiled all the ordinances over which his department had administrative control into the Altoona Planning Code. more »»

 
 
 

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