Annual drive collects items to feed thousands
By: Jackalyn Kovac HOLLIDAYSBURG, Pa. -- This is the 12th year the General Federation of Women's Clubs Hollidaysburg Area Women's Club has held a holiday food drive to provide local families a holiday meal. "It helps out many, many people. ...
Blair Co. woman out thousands after caller claims she won the lottery
By: Lauren Hensley ANTIS TOWNSHIP, Pa.-- According to State Police out of Hollidaysburg, there are investigating an incident that left one woman $215,000 in the hole. Police said it starts with a phone call and the callers choose the numbers they dial carefully. ...
Local & State
Community volunteers donated their resources in this effort to install a new metal roof on the Akersville Schoolhouse located along South Valley Road in Brush Creek Township.
Obituary: Crystal Lennartz / Greenfield violin teacher ?always energetic?
Thirty years ago, Crystal Lennartz graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with a degree in violin performance. And she had performed ? and taught others to perform ? ever since.
Men?s Hockey Takes Down RPI, 4-2
Four different players scored for the Bears and sophomore goaltender Tim Ernst (Pickering, Ontario) made a career-high 39 saves as the Brown men?s hockey team downed Rensselaer, 4-2, in ECAC play Saturday afternoon at Meehan Auditorium.
Big 30 Girls' Basketball: Salamanca tops Ellicottville in opener
SALAMANCA ? Despite his team?s opening margin of victory, Pete Weishan wasn?t fooled.
Saturday‚s bad weather to blame for accidents and road closures
STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-- From minor accidents to a double fatal crash on Interstate 80, the icy conditions Saturday led to many accidents and road closures. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, it was the quick change in the forecast that made treating the roads tricky. ...
Senate passes bill requiring dignified handling of veterans' remains
Backed by the unanimous consent of the U.S. Senate, a bill, sponsored by Sen. Pat Toomey, that calls for the dignified internment of veterans will now go to the House where it has been introduced by Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Hollidaysburg, from Pennsylvania?s 9th district.
Bedford Co. man burned in fire
By: Jackalyn Kovac KIMMEL TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Several fire companies from Bedford and Blair counties were called to a structure fire in Kimmel Township, Bedford County, around 1 p.m. Sunday. According to officials, an elderly man living inside the home was severely burned in the fire. ...
U.S. 30 reopened at Fort Loudon after crash
MCCONNELLSBURG>> U.S. 30 has been repoened after a tractor trailer crash. The crash had closed U.S. 30 for about a half hour from the U.S. 522 Exit in Fulton County to Pa. 75 (Fort Loudon/Path Valley Road) in Franklin County, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Hollidaysburg.