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Tasty Ice Cream Flavors for Summer
Dana Simanski, the owner of the Pirates Cove in Patton, Cambria County brought her most exciting flavors of ice cream for Dawn and Sarah to enjoy and enjoy they did.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Summer Concert Series Sponsored by the Hollidaysburg Arts Council
Hollidaysburg Arts Council and the Wolf-Kuhn Foundation are co-sponsoring the upcoming summer concert series, which many local people enjoy and are anticipating.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Neighbors helping neighbors
Leroy Rucker was a "wild child," until his first-born son overdosed and died at a methadone clinic a year ago.
Expand The Smoking Ban?
Pennsylvania's Clean Indoor Air Act was signed into law five years ago making it illegal to smoke in a majority of bars, and restaurants.
Ground Contamination Concerns
The possibility of ground contamination is a growing concern in one Hollidaysburg neighborhood.
Traffic island considered for borough intersection
While looking to authorize bids for the Blair Street Streetscape Project's second phase, Borough Council members spun their wheels on a proposed traffic island for Mulberry Street.
Barbara H. Erickson
She was born in Pittsburgh, daughter of John and Barbara Hresan. She married veterinarian Dr. Robert A. Erickson April 11, 1946, in El Paso, Texas, and he died June 2, 1981.
New Pig's co-founder to receive chamber lifetime achievement award
He said there is no secret why he will receive the Blair County Chamber of Commerce's 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award for Business Excellence tomorrow at the Business Excellence Dinner at The Casino at Lakemont Park.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Bomb-sniffing dog possible
When Sheriff Mitch Cooper addressed Tyrone Borough Council members Monday, he commended police for the hard work they do to fight crime, including through the Drug Task Force and by using drug-sniffing dogs.
Identical twins specialize in preparation
You could call identical twin sisters Jean Wirfel of St. Augustine and Joan Rossman of Hollidaysburg two peas in a pod.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Dennis R. "Denny" Benson
Dennis R. "Denny" Benson, 58, East Freedom, went home to be with his Lord and Savior at his residence Friday morning.
Former nurse accused of pilfering painkillers
A former Altoona Regional nurse faces a laundry-list of charges after police say she stole painkillers while on the job.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Vietnam vets still pushing fire base
After a Flag Day speech at Heritage Plaza Friday in which he spoke of the stars and stripes flying in jungle bases in Vietnam, despite being a target of enemy gunners, George Montgomery talked about his own cause - whose banner still flies after 20 years.
Honoring Veterans on Flag Day
All across our region people got together on Flag Day to honor our nation's flag and everything it represents on.
Perry Wellington Realty "Perry's Properties" 6.14.13
Looking for your dream home? Here are some of the current listings from Perry Wellington Realty.
Perry Wellington Realty "Agent Profile" 6.14.13
Meet Perry Wellington Real Estate Agent George Pisanick in this week's "Agent Profile."
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Hollidaysburg picks new high school principal
Letcher has served the district as junior high school assistant principal for the past four years and prior was the high school principal in the Williamsburg Community School District.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
The Daily American
Engineer details costly sewer plan in Meyersdale
Engineers - hired to find a cheaper alternative to a $20 million sewer project - didn't have good news for Meyersdale Borough Council members Tuesday.
"Buy Dine and Donate" with Mending Hearts Animal Rescue
Sharree Ritchey and Pam Emerhardt from Mending Hearts Animal Rescue stopped by to talk about the upcoming "Buy, Dine, and Donate" event that's coming up later this month.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Townhouses on tap for Ruskin area
A Hollidaysburg developer is planning a $1.2 million, nine-unit townhouse project for Beckman Drive in the Ruskin area, where neighbors opposed - and the city Zoning Hearing Board denied a variance for - an apartment project.