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A mid-sized city in central Pennsylvania, Altoona once changed its name to "POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Pennsylvania," for two months to promote the city, as well as the film by the same name, by documentarian Morgan Spurlock "Super Size Me!"). The city has over 46,000 residents and its located in the middle of Blair County. Interestingly, it's the only city in the U.S. that imposes no property tax on buildings, but instead on land values only.

Population: 46320
Local Newspapers: Altoona Mirror
Local Sports Teams: Altoona Curve (Minor League Baseball)
Local Colleges: Penn State Altoona

Zip Codes associated with altoona, pennsylvania: 16601 16602 16603
Towns/Cities near altoona, pennsylvania : Hollidaysburg Bellwood Tipton Duncansville Tyrone Ebensburg

Altoona News
Former coach loses appeal

A Blair County judge is declining to remove or change the sex offender registration requirements imposed four years ago on a former female assistant soccer coach who had a sexual relationship with two teenage girls between 2010 and 2012. After reviewing higher court rulings and changes in state law, Judge Timothy Sullivan denied Kyla A. Hollingshead's requests for the removal of her sexually violent predator designation and for a reduction of her lifetime registration requirement to either 10 or 15 years, depending on the applicable statue.


Michael J. Macionsky has been named as an assistant vice president and commercial banking relationship manager with First National Bank. In this role, Macionsky will manage a portfolio of existing client relationships and work to develop new business opportunities throughout the Altoona and Bedford region.

Drug sweep targets 17

Mirror photo by Greg Bock / Autumn Koch, 40, is escorted from Central Court on Fourth Street on Friday as Altoona police and the Blair County Drug Task Force fanned out across the area with arrest warrants for 17 suspected drug dealers. Koch, of Altoona, is accused of selling heroin to police informants on four occasions.

Small plane crashes in Williamsburg, killing 2

A small plane has crashed in central Pennsylvania, killing two people. The Federal Aviation Administration says the single-engine aircraft crashed around 8:45 a.m. Thursday in a residential area in Williamsburg, about 10 miles east of Altoona.

Spiritual Notes

The Academy of Sacred Music Choral Institute is returning to its roots and will conduct its choral skill development sessions and public performance in Altoona. The institute will be held June 18 to 21 with a reduced registration fee of $25.

Pennsylvania man pleads guilty in New Jersey toddler's death Source: AP

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2 firefighters in hurt in falls battling brush fire Source: AP

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Spiritual Notes

N.E.W.S. Worthy Network, a recovery ministry, will hold its first banquet from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 20 at the The Casino in Lakemont Park. Senior Judge Jolene Kopriva will speak.

New Candy Store Opens in Bellefonte

"Pappy Chuck" Kormanski opened his candy store in Bellefonte on April 2, greeting customers while wearing a captain's hat. Kormanski plans to wear a different and unusual hat each week at the West Bishop Street business.

Bullying is a tremendous issue'

Adults and children rally against bullying outside of the Altoona Area High School before Monday evening's school board meeting. Mirror photo by Russ O'Reilly Freezing temperatures didn't keep Altoona Area parents, students and a few school employees from rallying against bullying Monday outside of the Altoona Area High School.

Girls from Altoona's sister city visit

Mirror photo by William Kibler / From left, Lizzie Manley, Tatjana Geppl, Selina Schafranek and Viki Fruhwirth talk at the Manley home on Saturday. Tatjana, Selina and Viki, who are staying locally with Jim and Mary Jo Manley's family, are among 30 people visiting from St. Polten, Austria.

From college fields to fire halls

Mirror photo by Patrick Waksmunski Fredina Ingold, retired director of athletics at Penn State Altoona, is the Lifetime Achievement Award winner from the WISEa SWomen of Blair County, for Women Involved in Scholarship and Empowerment. She and six other award winners will be honored at a tribute dinner April 18 at The Casino at Lakemont Park.

Up-and-coming country: Corbin and Baldridge to play Jaffa Shrine on April 20

With two No. 1 hits and his fourth album out last year, Easton Corbin is steadily climbing in the country music field.

Laurel pipeline operator wants to move fuels in 2 directions Source: AP

A Houston-based pipeline operator says it's taking steps to move refined fuels in two directions on a portion of its Pennsylvania pipeline while it asks state regulators to allow it to reverse the flow from west to east. Buckeye Partners said Friday that it wants to make service bi-directional along the Altoona-to-Pittsburgh section of the 350-mile Laurel pipeline.

St. Louis-based company expanding into Blair County, to create nearly 300 jobs

A St. Louis-based company headed by an Altoona native announced plans Thursday to expand into Blair County creating nearly 300 new jobs. "This expansion by CMC represents a long-term investment in the Altoona area that will create hundreds of jobs and boost the regional economy," "This is a great day for Blair County workers and their families, and I applaud CMC for recognizing all of the advantages Pennsylvania provides to companies looking to grow and thrive."

AASD seeks dismissal of lawsuit

Altoona Area School District officials have asked a federal judge to dismiss civil charges that contend the district's failure to enforce its anti-bullying policies resulted in a junior high school student taking his own life last May. Marc Lansberry of Altoona in January filed a civil rights lawsuit in the U.S. District Court in Johnstown on behalf of the estate of his son, Wyatt J. Lansberry, contending the youngster "was subjected to intense, persistent, and malicious bullying activities by fellow Altoona Area School District Junior High students during the 2016-2017 school year." "if any good came from his death, it would be that this type of behavior no longer be permitted or turned a blind eye to by the school district."

DCC Sends 10 Students to PJAS Competition in Altoona

DuBois Central Catholic sent 10 students to the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Sciences competition at Penn State Altoona on Saturday, March 3. Advancing to the State PJAS event on May 21 at Penn State University Park are Alex Ochs, Ashley Mayes, Carley Semancik, Maria Tomasko and Isaac Pifer.


Louis J. and Donna M. Lestochi, Frances M. Caracciolo and Domenick W. Lestochi to Tartan BC Ventures LP, 3824-3826 Beale Ave., Altoona, $53,000. Douglas A. and Lisa Whitfield to Ned R. Ellis and Christa H. Kramer, 913-915 S. South St., Altoona, $51,000.

Trailer knocks down part of CED building on Union Avenue

Police and fire personnel responded about 12:30 p.m. to Commercial Electrical Distributors, 2317 S. Union Ave. for a report of a partial building collapse. The truck, owned by Ward Trucking of Altoona, Penn., was being driven by Raymond Kemmery of Ravenna.

2018 primary: News from the campaign trail

Keep up with news from the dozens of candidates who will be on the ballot in Franklin and Fulton counties. 2018 primary election: News from the campaign trail Keep up with news from the dozens of candidates who will be on the ballot in Franklin and Fulton counties.

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