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Moody's on Blair bonds Moody's rates county bonds A1

SUMMARY OF MAJOR PROVISIONS OF HOME RULE CHARTER The following are some of the provisions of the home rule charter.

Home rule charter Read the Altoona home rule charter and the final report for the city's Government Study Commission.

DA statement on desecration case Bedford County District Attorney on outcome of desecration case.

Fort Roberdeau Playground PDF sitemap of the proposed Fort Roberdeau playground. 5 foot tall log walls will create the same design as the fort.

HASD release on football team Hollidaysburg school superintendent's release on misconduct

HPD release on misconduct Hollidaysburg police press release on football team misconduct investigation

Williamsburg School info Information on buses, meals, etc. for Williamsburg Community School District

Test test

AG's Sandusky report AG's report on Jerry Sandusky investigation

Pennsylvania State Police - Ebensburg Pennsylvania State Police - Ebensburg

Pennsylvania State Police - Philipsburg Pennsylvania State Police - Philipsburg

Pennsylvania State Police - Rockview Pennsylvania State Police - Rockview

Pennsylvania State Police - Huntingdon Pennsylvania State Police - Huntingdon

Pennsylvania State Police - Hollidaysburg Pennsylvania State Police - Hollidaysburg

Pennsylvania State Police - Indiana Pennsylvania State Police - Indiana

Pennsylvania State Police - Clearfield Pennsylvania State Police - Clearfield

Pennsylvania State Police - Bedford Pennsylvania State Police - Bedford

AASD administrative salary increases A list of salary increases for administrative staff for the Altoona Area School District approved by the board Monday, June 2, 2014.

Blair County Court of Common Pleas Mandatory sentencing ruling, dissent.

Hollidaysburg Area School Distict proposed 2014-15

AASD Fact-Finding Copy of Fact-Finding between AASD and Altoona Area Education Association, PSEA/NEA

Flood statistics

Blair prison action plan Blair County Prison Board action plan on state recommendations

DOC recommendations State recommendations to Blair County Prison Board

Blair County reassessment Online document from Blair County Finance Director Robert Kuntz.

Pay raise probe letters Letters between former school superintendent's attorneys and Auditor General's Office on pay raises

Altoona Regional UPMC letter Altoona Regional CEO's letter discussing the hospitals plans for a proposed merger with UPMC.

Dr. Thomas Otto contract Revised four-year contract for new Altoona Area School District superintendent

Unsealed Zahradnik memos Memos sent by Altoona Police Detective Craig Zahradnik

Revised recovery plan Submitted by Stevens & Lee for Altoona's financial recovery plan under Act 47

City of Altoona Act 47 Documents pertaining to the contract with Stevens & Lee, the city's Act 47 consultant

Act 13 drilling fee The state collects an impact fee from drillers in the Marcellus shale and disburses that money to state agencies, counties and municipalities.

Altoona Housing Authority discrimination charge Department of Housing and Urban Development document charging the Altoona Housing Authority with racial discrimination

HB 2626 Bill to allow employers to keep portion of new workers' state income taxes

Voter ID law opinion Judge Robert Simpson opinion halting voter ID law

McQueary lawsuit Mike McQueary defamation, whistleblower lawsuit against Penn State

Coal Country Day Care The state closed the Northern Cambria day care in June, but Coal Country successfully appealed the shutdown order and will re-open Sept. 10.

Sandra Fluke The Saxton native and Tussey Mountain High School graduate is scheduled to speak during the Democratic National Convention, scheduled for Sept. 3 to 6 in Charlotte, N.C.

Freeh Report Report of the special investigative counsel regarding the actions of Penn State University related to the child sexual abuse committed by Gerald A. Sandusky

Highland Hall Developer Ralph J. Albarano has asked Hollidaysburg Borough Council for the option to demolish the historic but dilapidated Highland Hall on Walnut Street.

Marcellus shale The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission is the agency to oversee implementation of Act 13, the Marcellus impact fee.

Post office reductions Pennsylvania post offices facing reduced hours

Deficient bridges Pennsylvania Auditor General Jack Wagner called for Gov. Corbett and the General Assembly on May 10, 2012, to work on a funding fix to the state's structurally deficient bridges.

Overdue taxes The state Department of Revenue has issued a list of those Pennsylvanians who owe business, cigarette or other taxes.

Regional airports Silver Airlines of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been selected to provide air service to the Altoona-Blair County and John P. Murtha Johnstown-Cambria County airports.

Geologic study Investigation into the area of First Avenue and 14th Street, conducted in 1966

Transcript of Schultz, Curley preliminary hearing Dauphin County Court transcript of preliminary hearing for Tim Curley and Gary Schultz held Dec. 16, 2011

Logan Township budget The township supervisors are to vote Thursday, Dec. 29, 2011, on their 2012 budget, funded with a 2-mill tax increase.

Keith application For National Register of Historic Places designation

Martinsburg Municipal Authority Letter notifying residents that the nitrate issue in the drinking water has been corrected

Antis Township hydroelectric plant Symbiotics Energy LLC, doing business as Bellwood Hydro LLC, filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission for a permit to build a pumped storage hydroelectric project between Bellwood and Tipton.

Stuttard complaint Complaint against Scott Stuttard

County tax sales The General Assembly is considering an amendment to the state's Real Estate Tax Sale Law, which would give counties the opportunity to recoup some of the money they expend to fix or demolish county-owned properties up for sale.

2011-12 budget proposal Line item listings for the 2011-12 state budget proposal

Tyrone Area School District teachers The Tyrone Area Education Association rejected a request by the Tyrone Area school board to accept a pay freeze for the 2011-12 school year.

Dennis Bruno pleads guilty Press release from Department of Justice in federal program theft case

Underage drinking Logan Township and the City of Altoona have disorderly gatherings and disorderly house ordinances, respectively, that are used to help deal with the municipalities' underage drinking problems.

Cambria County Commissioner Sam Valenty Commonwealth Court ruled April 20, 2011, that Valenty will remain on the Republican ballot for the May 17, 2011, primary election after a challenge to his nomination petition.

Cambria Care Center fatal assault Cambria County authorities continue to investigate the February 2011 death of Theodore "Ted" Shaw, a resident of Cambria Care Center, which allegedly occurred at the hands of Ray F. Dunmyer Jr., another home resident. The Pennsylvania Department of Health issued its findings April 15, 2011, cited the home for 16 deficiencies as a result of its investigation into Shaw's death.

Horseshoe Curve bombing plot Britain's National Archives released a declassified report April 4, 2011, on Operation Pastorius, a Nazi war effort in 1942 to bomb the Horseshoe Curve and other high-profile targets in the eastern U.S. The report was created by MI5, Britain's military intelligence service.

House Bill 365 Legislation to ban sale of some bath salts

Logan Township solar panel ordinance The township will accept public comment at its March 10 meeting on the proposed ordinance. The supervisors could also vote on the measure at that meeting.

Glendale School District performance audit For March 16, 2006, to July 25, 2008, conducted by the state Auditor General to determine compliance with state laws, regulations, contracts, etc.

Logan Township student housing Nunzio, Cynda and Brian Rehm sued the Logan Township Zoning Hearing Board over its denial of a variance to use a house at 3128 Juniata Gap Road for student housing. Blair County Judge Hiram Carpenter reversed the board's ruling Dec. 16, 2010, and granted the variance to the Rehms.

Huntingdon Borough Council Huntingdon Borough Council has been sued over its awarding of a contract to J&J Recycling to handle the community's recycling collection for the next five years.

Blair Township budget The township supervisors are expected to vote Dec. 14, 2010, on a proposed budget that cuts one police officer from the five-member force.

Hollidaysburg Main Street Program Hollidaysburg Borough Council voted 7-0 Dec. 9, 2010, to fund the Hollidaysburg Community Partnership's Main Street Program in 2011.

Bedford County budget 2011 proposed budget that would layoff three workers

State Ethics Commission ruling against former Blai Former Blair Township Supervisor David E. Burchfield Sr. will no longer be able to seek or hold public office, the state Ethics Commission has ruled. In a decision made public Tuesday, the commission ruled that that Burchfield, 68, "technically violated" the state Ethics Act between 2006 and 2008 by making decisions and approving payments to the Duncansville Volunteer Fire Department that went for renting a substation building in which Burchfield held majority ownership.

Smokers who want to quit The newly enacted health care law is trying to help smokers kick the habit.

Blair County Joint Wage Tax Committee The group is starting in January 2010 to collect Altoona wage taxes. Other municipalities must follow suit in 2012.

Blair County budget The Blair County Commissioners introduced their proposed 2011 $66.7 million budget on Nov. 23, 2010. A final vote is expected Dec. 21, 2010.

House Bill 40 Proposal to expand the right of people to use deadly force in self-defense

EEOC v Grane Healthcare and Cambria Care Center The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed a federal lawsuit Sept. 30, 2010, against Grane Healthcare, the owner of the Cambria Care Center in Ebensburg, over alleged employment violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Cambria County attorney's law license suspended The state Supreme Court ordered the suspension of Richard M. Corcoran's law license effective Oct. 20, 2010, for a series of professional misconduct violations.

12th Ward Civic Association v. City of Altoona The association filed a lawsuit in Blair County Court on Sept. 22, 2010, against the city in an effort to evict the Altoona Association of Model Railroaders, a group that uses the second floor of the 12th Ward Civic Center on South 10th Avenue in Altoona.

City of Altoona fees Altoona City Council hiked some fees Sept. 22, 2010, for permitting, inspections and other services of the codes, engineering, police and fire departments, so revenues will cover costs and taxpayers won’t need to subsidize that specialty work.

Bedford County reassessment Senior Judge Daniel Howsare dismissed a lawsuit filed by Breezewood Enterprises Inc. over its tax bill under the new Bedford County reassessment.

Route 219 U.S. Rep. Mark Critz, D-12th District, announced the introduction of a House bill that would place Route 219, or Corridor N, from Ebensburg to Salamanca, N.Y.

Hazelton "illegal alien' ordinance The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Sept. 9, 2010, rejected Hazelton, Pa.'s appeal of a lower court ruling that found the city's ordinance to crack down on illegal immigrants was illegal.

Guardian health care responsibilities clarified The state Supreme Court ruled unanimously Aug. 17, 2010, that when an incompetent person is neither in a state of permanent unconsciousness nor in an "end-stage condition" — and has not designated a health care agent — he or she is entitled to medical help that will preserve his or her life. The ruling came in the case of a severely retarded 53-year-old Ebensburg Center resident whose parents wanted to take him off a ventilator after he developed complications from choking on a hairpin.

Hollidaysburg Community Partnership Hollidaysburg Borough Council voted Aug. 12, 2010, to fund the Main Street Manager's program through the end of 2010.

Pennsylvania 12-year Transportation Plan The State Transportation Commission met in Pittsburgh on Aug. 12, 2010, and approved a new 12-year transportation plan, which makes a 33 percent cut to proposed projects in PennDOT District 9, including Bedford, Blair, Cambria and Huntingdon counties.

Arbitrator's ruling In former Logan Township officer William Kudlawiec's appeal

Proposed Logan Township ordinance Copy of proposed ordinance amendment governing personal wind turbines

Tour de Toona lawsuit Commonwealth Court ruled against cyclist Sarah Scott of Pennsylvania Furnace, who crashed July 29, 2005, during the Martinsburg Circuit Race, a crash that left her a paraplegic.

Altoona forgery claim Altoona police said they found evidence to charge an Altoona Housins Authority employee for allegedly forging money orders belonging to a former Fairview Hills resident, but the Blair County District Attorney's Office declined to prosecute.

Altoona planning An intern has created maps of city billboards and sidewalks for the Altoona Planning Department.

Bedford County appeals procedures Policies and procedures for annual appeal hearings

Founding documents of the United States of America Copies of the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States.

ICG bankruptcy filing Voluntary petition and summary schedule

Hollidaysburg Area Public Library The library gave an update June 22, 2010, on its fundraising campaign to build a new library near the Hollidaysburg Area Senior High School

Bedford County Commissioners The commissioners approved new rules of procedure June 22, 2010, governing a number of areas including the public's recording of meetings and the length of time for public comments.

Memorial Pool study Feasibility study on Memorial Pool.

Altoona-Blair County Airport Federal Aviation Administration issued an order May 10, 2010, selecting Colgan Air Inc., to provide essential air service at Altoona and Johnstown from July 1, 2010, to June 30, 2012.

SEIU lawsuit Union suing Grane Healthcare

Blair County arbitration with county corrections o The county won an arbitration award that freezes the wages of about 60 corrections officers at Blair County Prison for 2010.

Blair County DUI Court Blair County Judge Daniel J. Milliron recused himself March 25, 2010, from hearing any further DUI Court proceedings against John Charles Gibson of Altoona, who the judge kicked out of the specialty court program earlier this week for an alleged drunken driving violation on March 12. Milliron rented his former house to Gibson, who lived there for 18 months until his March 12 arrest.

Federal health care lawsuit Attorneys general from Pennsylvania and 12 other states filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the constitutionality of the health care reform law signed March 23, 2010, by President Obama.

Court savings Judicial branch report on cost savings by courts.

Snow emergency routes City of Altoona's snow emergency routes

Sawyers v. Blair County Department of Emergency Se Kelli Sawyers, a former Blair County 911 employee, filed a federal lawsuit against the county Feb. 2, 2010, for allegedly allowing a hostile work environment at the 911 Center in Altoona.

HB 2070 Bill limiting cell phone use

Bedford County property reassessment Bedford County Taxpayers Association sponsored a meeting Jan. 25, 2009 on how to appeal the 2010 property assessments

State of Blair County Courts The Davison Group Inc. of Mechanicsburg issued a report last month on the operation of the Blair County Court Administration.

Wendy's restaurant lawsuit A teenage girl filed a lawsuit Dec. 29, 2009, in Cambria County Court, against Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers, a franchisee who owns a restaurant in Bedford and two employees in connection with the girl's sexual assault in 2007.

Pa. Supreme Court rules against Gov. Rendell The state Supreme Court ruled against the governor Dec. 28, 2009, saying the state Constitution doesn't prohibit the governor from continuing to pay state employees during a budget impasse.

4D's Lounge A Blair County judge ruled against the Altoona bar, which was accused by the state police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement of serving a visibly intoxicated patron June 8, 2008

Laurel Crest sale Cambria County employees of Laurel Crest Rehabilitation & Special Care Center held a protest Dec. 23, 2009, about pensions they said they have earned from the county as a result of the sale of the nursing center.

Tyrone Borough budget Borough Council approved a 2010 no-tax increase budget Dec. 21, 2009

Bedford County budget County commissioners approved a 2010 budget Dec. 22, 2009

Bedford County District Attorney's Office District Attorney William Higgins has called for a Bedford County Salary Board meeting to introduce a motion that would keep two assistant DAs on the staff. A proposed budget would cut a full-time assistant from Higgins' office.

Food/Safety Inspections Cambria County

Possible Penn State Altoona expansion Altoona City Council approved an agreement Dec. 9, 2009, with the Blair County General Authority to release the liens on former Kauffmann Building property in downtown Altoona, which would allow for a possible new development by Penn State Altoona.

Blair Township government 2010 proposed budget keeps the police department intact

Bedford County government 2010 proposed budget has been introduced

Blair County 2010 proposed revenue for 2010 budget

Juniata Township budget Juniata Township's 2009 budget with no tax increase

Food/Safety Inspections Centre County

Operation S.O.S. (Support Our Troops) An annual event to send food, drink, toiletries and other items to U.S. troops serving overseas.

Dominion Peoples An administrative law judge for the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission rejected a settlement Oct. 16, 2009, for the proposed sale of Dominion Peoples to a private investment fund.

Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown Bishop Joseph V. Adamec issued directives Oct. 7, 2009, for Holy Communion during flu season.

Blair Sign Co. Judgment reduced regarding non-compete agreement

Diversapack ruling Preliminary injunction request denied

Memorial Plaque 2009 Names of local homicide victims included on a plaque at the Blair County Courthouse

Tamira Ci Thayne State Superior Court upholds her 2007 Blair County dog theft conviction and sentence.

Food/Safety Inspections Clearfield County

Hollidaysburg Borough water break A water line break was reported Sept. 16, 2008, in Hollidaysburg

Hollidaysburg Borough brush collection The schedule for the borough's 2010 collection

Logan Township zoning Proposed ordinance to create Institutional Districts in the township

Parking Authority report portion of a report done in 2000 for the Altoona Parking Authority

Northern Cambria Municipal Authority Inspected by the state Department of Environmental Protection after a boil-water notice was issued in late July 2009.

Ebensburg Borough Ethics Code Borough Council approved new guidelines Aug. 24, 2009, for the ethical performance of council members and borough employees.

Assistance dog legislation House Bill 123 would make it a crime if an assistance dog is attacked.

Appalachian Geological Services LLC v. Portage Wat A federal lawsuit filed by AGS over misplaced explosives on authority land

814 area code PUC documents

Letter from Dr. Brian Toth To the state Board of Education on graduation assessments

Senate Resolution 156 Establishing new high school graduation requirements

Bedford reassessment Information on how to file an appeal

Bedford County reassessment Formal appeals form

Clean and Green Report to the Bedford County Commissioners

Public notices Proposed state bills and meeting minutes examples

Pork Barrel Grants Grants breakdown by county and project

Deliquent tax list of businesses State list by county

Blair Sign Co. verdict Tennessee jury's verdict against Blair Sign Co. of Altoona

Juniata Township Noise Study Study of Allegheny Ridge Wind Farm in the township

Logan Twp. student housing overlay zone Draft of proposed ordinance

Huntingdon County election results Unofficial results from May 19 primary

Altoona School District proposed 2009-10 budget Proposed budget

Rolling Rock court order Court order shutting off water service to the Rolling Rock Motel in Juniata Township

Chesapeake Bay Pollution lawsuit

Greg Ray investigation Copies of invoices, bills and purchase orders for the internal invetigation of the Tyrone Police Officer.

Portage teacher certification revoked Court order revoking teacher's certification.

Greg Ray lawsuit Greg Ray lawsuit

Local police department grant recipients Press release announcing allocations from Rep. John Murtha Friday.

Rodland open records ruling PA Open Records Office ruling on Christopher Rodland's appeal for access to public record.

Morton Metalcraft letter Letter to Bureau of Workforce Investment concerning temporary shutdowns.

Wegmans beer ruling Commonwealth Court ruling on Wegmans beer sales

Don Ralph Ickes vs. Bedford Borough Lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Johnstown

Blair union raise documents Agreement between Blair County and United Mine Workers of America

Blair County Ballpark renovations Original lease documents and documents pertaining to state funds for field renovations.

Economic Stimulus How the economic stimulus affects you

Bedford County reassessment notice Sample notice of property revaluation.

Blair Township outdoor furnace ordinance New ordinance regulating use of outdoor furnaces or appliances.

Boscov's section 108 loan Cooperation Agreement Agreement as voted upon by Blair County Commissioners.

Braemar Cottage Order to raze issued Jan. 9, 2009.

Civil lawsuit related to pedestrian accident Mother of boy hit in 2008 17th St. accident sues in January 2009.

National Assessment of Adult Literacy Report released Jan. 8, 2009 by U.S. Department of Education.

Governor's report on state performance Released Jan. 8, 2009.

Portage Authority Audit 2008 audit on former plant administrator.

Cambria Sheriff's Dept. agreement January 2009.

Pennsylvania Turnpike toll increases. Increases take effect Sunday, Jan. 4, 2008.

Boscov's federal loan proposal Company seeks county sponsorship of federal loan.

Ann C. Walstrom vs. City of Altoona Judgement issued Dec. 29, 2008 on federal lawsuit.

Letter of Intent, Cambria County Letter between Global Spectrum and county commissioners, Dec. 22, 2008.

Spring Cove School District, Labor Dept. report Accepted by school Board Dec. 18, 2008.

Public school teacher contracts

Pa. Commissioner Assoc. vs. State Association request court enforce order on state.

Auditor General on Safe Schools Audit of Dec. 3, 2008 critical of state's Safe Schools program.

John M. Koeck IRS seeks lien on Hollidaysburg property for $193,304 debt.

Newburg Fire Dept. Audit September 19, 2008 audit by Auditor General.

2009 budgets Central Pa. municipalities.

Church sues borough for closing homeless shelter Jefferson County borough sued Nov. 17, 2008.

2009 Altoona City budget

Landfill fee Blair court rules that county doesn't have to reimburse fees.

Circuit City declares bankruptcy Petition filed Nov. 10, 2008.

State budget 2008-09 freeze Number issued after cuts in October 2008.

Greenfield Township Municipal Authority case Commonwealth Court rules on utility connection issue.

Duncansville Authority receives $4.2 million loan Governor announced receipt of money Oct. 27, 2008.

Somerset man sues MySpace Federal lawsuit filed Oct. 24, 2008.

Blair County financial study. Taxpayers paid $85,000 for study of county finances.

Altoona student housing City zoning debate 2008.

Richard M. Hite vs. Walmart Federal age discrimination lawsuit by Bedford resident.

Soldier vs. John Murtha Federal civil lawsuit filed Sept. 25, 2008.

Auditor General on superintendent contracts Sept. 22, 2008.

Joseph Pasi v. USA Medical malpractice lawsuit filed Sept. 16, 2008 for care at Jame E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center.

Sunrise Mobile Homes AG announces consumer protection lawsuit against Cambria company Sept. 4, 2008.

Tru Value vs. Martinsburg store Trademark violation lawsuit filed Sept. 4, 2008.

School violence reports Huntingdon County schools

School violence reports Bedford County schools

Presidential candidate donations Central Pennsylvania contributors (Most recent FEC data)

Bid document for Altoona Authority properties August 2008.

PSSA results Released Thursday by Pennsylvania Department of Education.

Prison jobs lawsuit Commonwealth Court ruling on Corrections Department lawsuit. Aug. 1, 2008.

Gov. Rendell releases bridge report July 28, 2008.

Proposed Logan Township wind ordinance July 24, 2008.

Pennsylvania Turnpike Proposal to toll I-80.

HAHS renovation Expenditures and timeline

Bedford County natural gas eminent domain Federal court, July 15, 2008.

Hunting and fishing license hike proposal

Allegheny Township wind turbine ordinance

Cambria joins Crime Notification Network July 9, 2008.

Altoona Area School District 2008 - 09 General Fund Budget.

Greenfield Township bear shooting June 2008.

Park Avenue project in Lakemont

Blair County 2010 Campaign for Active Transportati June 2008

Cove digester Letter of intent to supply manure.

Altoona diocese dues insurance carrier Filed May 8, 2008.

Hollidaysburg Area Schools budget Proposed 2008-09.

WWII veteran sues state police Federal civil lawsuit filed May 8, 2008.

Water system fluoridation Proposed law.

Pennsylvania Turnpike Lease Proposed lease.

Highland Hall Zoning request.

Republican complaint to FEC Concerning Tony Barr.

Todd and Jill Stull vs. Gamesa Civil lawsuit

State property tax relief Relief information released by State Department of Education on May 1, 2008.

Snyder Township Subdivision and Land Ordinance.

Pennsylvania Turnpike study April 10, 2008.

Hollidaysburg Veterans Home New Commandant appointed April 7, 2008.

Highway funding State seeks alternative ways to fund transportation.

Concurrent Technologies Federal lawsuit filed March 20, 2008.

Norfolk Southern Lawsuit filed March 20, 2008.

State selling land in Cambria March 17, 2008

Growing Greener grants Awarded March 7.

Lisa Dohner vs. Clearfield County Former county employee sues March 4, 2008.

2008 Election Calender Guide for voters and candidates.

Conscientious Objector Bill Introduced by Sen. John Eichelberger in mid-February.

Blair County salary arbitration 2008 County and United Mine Workers.

New Right to Know law Public records law effective Jan. 1, 2009.

ACLU marriage lawsuit Filed Feb. 14, 2008

Altoona Area School District schedule changes Feb. 12, 2008

Tyrone Wastewater Treatment Plant Settlement on discharge that killed fish.

Family Services of Blair County Most recent records with IRS.

Rescar Industries Inc. Clearfield company receives state loan Feb. 7, 2008.

Merck & Co. settlement Announced Feb. 7 by Penn. Attorney General.

Gov. Rendell's budget presentation Feb. 5, 2008

Federal budget - fiscal year 2009

Blair County Hazardous Mitigation Plan

Laurel Crest Inspection report

John A. Fraley vs. Homeland Security Federal civil lawsuit filed Jan. 24, 2008

Blair Commissioners support tax reform From Jan. 22, 2008 meeting.

Altoona Regional Health System CEO Announces retirement Jan. 18, 2008

Lawsuit against Degol Filed January 2008

Altoona building falling January 2008

Tyrone superintendent endorsing replacement Jan. 8, 2007

Logan Township Supervisor candidate letters of interest.

Blair County petition Commissioners trying to increase taxes beyond state limit.

Altoona Junior High Increased costs reviewed by school board.

Hollidaysburg High School project

New Citizenship Test New U.S. citizenship test which takes effect Oct. 1, 2008,

Altoona rental inspection Commonwealth Court affirms Altoona rental inspection

National Report Card Student test scores

PSSA results by school 2007 school tests results

PSSA Department of Education material

School violence reports Cambria County

School violence reports Clearfield County

Hazleton immigrant law case Possible Altoona impact

Jeffrey Glenn Karle Corruption of minor charges

Kenneth Deyarmin v. Consolidated Rail See July 24 newspaper

Logan Township Police officers vs. Jerry Fulare

Food/Safety inspections Blair County

Food/Safety inspections Bedford County

Food/Safety inspections Huntingdon County

Altoona Hospital union See May 25 newspaper

David Wayne Daley

Dwayne Russell Harvey

Logan Township eminent domain Declaration of Taking filed in Blair County Court

Kaufmans v. Gordon Co. Federal civil lawsuit filed by Harry and Maragret Kaufman.

Kaufman's Wedding World bankruptcy

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