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Alumni powers move into final

August 7, 2015 HOLLIDAYSBURG — Although three teams entered Thursday’s Alumni Division semifinals of the Hollidaysburg Area YMCA Women’s Summer League with almost unblemished records of 18-1, the league’s two... more »»

Chestney, McKee, Bernhart and Cruthers claim SVCC tourney

August 7, 2015 From Mirror reports TYRONE — The team of Jim Chestney, Matt McKee, John Bernhart and Dick Cruthers won the Seniors Two Best Balls of Four Tournament at Sinking Valley Country Club. more »»

Spieth now big name

August 7, 2015 Jordan Spieth tees it up this week — his first tournament since a near-miss in the British Open, when he came up one shot short of a playoff and a chance at the third leg of golf’s grand slam. more »»

A real catch: Passionate Cervelli making Bucs strong behind the plate

August 6, 2015 PITTSBURGH — After missing the National League playoffs for 20 straight seasons, the Pittsburgh Pirates punched their ticket to the NL postseason in both 2013 and 2014 as the league’s top wild-card... more »»

Shoop vital part of Lions' hopes

August 6, 2015 As preseason camp gets under way today, it will be impossible to read or hear about Penn State’s hopes this year without quarterback Christian Hackenberg’s name coming up. more »»

PSU preseason primer

August 6, 2015 Five areas that will be heavily focused on during Penn State’s preseason camp: 1. QB Christian Hackenberg: All eyes will be on the junior, which is nothing new for him. more »»

Lilly one win from 12th title

August 6, 2015 Conrad Chiropractic/Lilly American Legion is one win away from claiming its 12th Altoona Greater City Baseball League championship in the last 13 years. more »»

Polanco provides punch again

August 6, 2015 PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Pirates looked for Gregory Polanco to give them a spark when they moved him to the top of the batting order last month after leadoff hitter Josh Harrison tore a ligament... more »»

Curve drop into tie for second place

August 6, 2015 NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — The Curve have 31 games left to try and hold off three contenders for a playoff spot, but that could be very tough to do the way the club is playing right now. more »»

Harrison, Mercer to rehab

August 6, 2015 PITTSBURGH — Josh Harrison and Jordy Mercer will take their first steps back from the disabled list next week with Class AAA Indianapolis. more »»

Steelers' Chickillo has NFL bloodlines

August 6, 2015 LATROBE — Pittsburgh Steelers rookie linebacker Anthony Chickillo is looking to become the third member of his family to play in the NFL. more »»

LeBeau enjoying Tennessee

August 6, 2015 NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Dick LeBeau is a man of few words, many guitars and a love of history that takes him to preserved battlefields across the United States. When his day job allows. more »»

Curve triumph behind Benedict’s performance

August 6, 2015 NEW BRITAIN, Conn. — The Curve are going to need some big-time contributions down the stretch from some players who haven’t yet had a lot of success in Double-A. more »»

Judge in Brady case works fast

August 6, 2015 NEW YORK — If there’s anybody who can take the hot air out of football’s “Deflategate,” it’s a Manhattan federal judge with a history of encouraging fast resolutions to perplexing problems. more »»

Juniata football team ranked 7th in league

August 6, 2015 LANCASTER — The Centennial Conference released its 2015 Preseason Football Poll on Wednesday afternoon, and Juniata was selected to finish seventh out of 10 teams. more »»

Spikes to honor Bettis

August 6, 2015 The State College Spikes will honor Jerome Bettis as he enters pro football's most hallowed club in Canton, Ohio, this weekend as a Hall of Famer. more »»

Boxing fans can skip this Mayweather fight

August 6, 2015 LAS VEGAS — So, this is it for Floyd Mayweather Jr., or so they say. Step up now because it’s your last chance to see Money May in the rin. more »»

Weaver leaves icing on local hockey legacy

August 5, 2015 Dave Weaver arrived in Altoona 16 years ago to become the news director at WRTA Radi. more »»

Lilly, Stere cruise to Game 1 win

August 5, 2015 As perennial favorites to win the Altoona Greater City Baseball League title, Conrad Chiropractic/Lilly American Legion and starting pitcher Zach Stere made a strong statement on Tuesday as they loo... more »»

Hollidaysburg YMCA ready for playoffs

August 5, 2015 The High School Division semifinals will feature a couple of rivalry games, and Mitch Grace Construction will be the top seed in the Alumni Division tournament when the Hollidaysburg YMCA Women’s... more »»

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