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  • Area Students Earn Degrees at California, Pa.

    Jul 25, 2019

    California University of Pennsylvania has announced its May 2019 graduation list. Cal U’s 188th commencement ceremonies took place May 10-11 at the Convocation Center. The following area students received diplomas: Duncansville – Rylee L. Walters, Associate of Science, Graphics and Multimedia; Associate of Science, Technical Studies; Bachelor of Science, Graphics and Multimedia Everett – Taylor N. Showalter, Associate of Science, Technical Studies; Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Nursing Hollidaysburg – Adrienne Y. Bilek, Master of Science...

  • Duncansville Celebrates Annual Community Days

    Jill Brubaker Reigh, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jul 25, 2019

    Duncansville Mayor Lloyd Forshey and an ambitious volunteer group work diligently for nearly a year to bring three days of celebration to Duncansville. This year, Duncansville residents and surrounding communities came to enjoy traditional Community Day activities in a newly renovated Memorial Park. Revitalized with new paved, handicapped accessible walking paths, bridges, rain gardens to help with past flooding issues, upgraded baseball fields and more, the park welcomed visitors from...

  • Valley Rural Electric Cooperative Awards 15 $1,000 Scholarships

    Jul 25, 2019

    Valley Rural Electric Cooperative recently awarded 15 $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors as well as students already enrolled in post-secondary institutions. The co-op’s Brighter Future Scholarship Program was established in 2010 to assist eligible students who are cooperative members or their dependents. To date, Valley has conferred nearly $210,000 in scholarship grants. Selection criteria include academic achievement, financial need and school activities and community service. The money to finance this initiative comes from u...

  • Ice Cream Cools Heat at Roaring Spring Train Station

    Jul 25, 2019



    Jul 25, 2019

    Simple Assault Hollidaysburg State Police have charged Dylan Pheasant, 26, of Williamsburg, with simple assault and domestic violence following a domestic dispute along Clover Creek Road, Huston Township, on June 19. Harassment State Police, Hollidaysburg, have charged Lisa Litzenberger, 47, of Woodbury, and Skylynn Miller, 19, of Claysburg, with harassment with physical contact following a domestic incident along Coin Drive, Greenfield Township, on May 27. Trespassing State Police,...

  • Officer-Involved Shooting in Roaring Spring Leaves One Dead

    RICK BOSTON|Jul 25, 2019

    One man is dead after being shot by a police officer in the parking lot of the Roaring Spring True Value Department Store at 7565 Woodbury Pike, Roaring Spring. According to police, at approximately 4:16 p.m. Friday, July 26, police were dispatched to the area of the Dollar General store in Roaring Spring after multiple calls came into the Blair County 911 center for a man acting erratically. The man walked to the parking lot of the Roaring Spring Department store, where a local police officer a... Full story

  • Police Identify Man Killed in RS Officer-Involved Shooting

    RICK BOSTON|Jul 25, 2019

    Police have identified the man killed in the parking lot of the Roaring Spring True Value Department Store, 7565 Woodbury Pike, Roaring Spring, on Friday evening, July 26. State Police Hollidaysburg have identified the deceased as Todd Messner, 49, of Three Springs. Blair County Coroner Patty Ross said that an autopsy performed Saturday, July 27, showed that Messner died of a single gunshot wound to the chest. The incident unfolded after Roaring Spring borough police were dispatched to the... Full story

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