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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
"Charming in every degree": York impressed Altoona soldiers a " Part 2

"Charming in every degree": York impressed Altoona soldiers -- Part 2 , we looked at a description of York from a soldier, A.J.G., in the 3rd Pennsylvania Infantry. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://on-ydr.co/2wnLCcC , we looked at a description of York from a soldier, A.J.G., in the 3rd Pennsylvania Infantry.

"Charming in every degree": York impressed Altoona soldiers a " Part 1

"Charming in every degree": York impressed Altoona soldiers -- Part 1 Within weeks of the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter in mid-April 1861, the U. Check out this story on ydr.com: http://on-ydr.co/2wj5w8E Within weeks of the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter in mid-April 1861, the U. S. army established a military training camp in York, Pennsylvania, calling it Camp Scott in honor of the army's commanding general-in-chief, Winfield Scott. Situated on the York fairgrounds, the camp soon became a major staging point for troops headed to Maryland and Virginia.

Kranich's Jewelers To Close College Ave. Storefront

Kranich's Jewelers, which has occupied the storefront at 216 E. College Ave. for more than 40 years, announced it will shut the doors of its downtown location. The Jeweler will remain in business at its location on North Atherton location, which opened in 2012.

Fiancee of suspected heroin dealer arrested

A Tyrone woman is in jail after police say she showed up to collect drug money from a police informant. Jessica N. Adams, 24, of 1313 Washington Ave., was taken into custody Thursday night after the informant met her in a convenience store parking lot and handed over the cash about 9 p.m., according to Altoona police.

Exploring Wopsy: Trains to the top of the mountain ran for three decades

Shortly after Elaine Conrad and her husband, Tom, moved into a rental house on top of Wopsononock Mountain in 1972, a neighbor casually mentioned that a hotel once stood in her backyard and a train ran through the front. Conrad's family ended up building a house nearby and living there for 40 years, and she began researching the history of that short-lived resort and railroad.

Doctors among 11 in Md. accused of illegal druga

Doctor accused of prescribing drugs from car in Harford County, Md. Eleven people in Harford and Baltimore counties are accused of routinely dispensing drugs without a legitimate medical purpose.

Tyrone to utilize Altoona alternative ed program

The Tyrone Area School Board unanimously approved an agreement allowing district administrators to enroll students in Altoona Area School District's alternative education program at the William P. Kimmel School. This school year marks the first that Altoona Area's alternative education program is open to other Blair County school districts.

Man accused of molesting young girl

Man accused of molesting a young girl An Altoona man is accused of molesting a young girl in Southampton Township. Check out this story on publicopiniononline.com: http://ponews.co/2wFInu5 SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP - An Altoona man is in jail this week, accused of molesting a young girl while he was staying in the area.

Judge: Hospital can weigh in on Easter Seals trust

A Blair County judge has decided that Tyrone Hospital is legally entitled to offer input into a trust distribution involving Easter Seals of Western and Central Pennsylvania. In a recent ruling in favor of the hospital, Judge Wade Kagarise turned down requests from Easter Seals and from the state Attorney General's Office, which sought to exclude the hospital from legal proceedings to address a proposed trust distribution of unspecified monetary assets.

Century-old system still protecting Altoona's water supply

But the reservoir complex enfolded by the famous stretch of railroad tracks is far more: The city of Altoona may owe its very existence to those bodies of water and to the engineer who designed critical protections for the resource they collected. Those innovative protections, created in three phases more than a century ago and still in use, have earned the three-reservoir complex status as a "Landmark" North American system from the American Water Works Association - one of two systems so named for 2018.

City man accused of using machete to threaten father

An Altoona man is behind bars after police say he showed up at his father's house with a machete. Christopher C. Clemens, 27, of 416 Spruce Ave., second floor, was arrested Friday morning in a church parking lot on Grandview Road after he allegedly parked his car there and walked to his nearby father's house, entered unannounced and uninvited and made threats with a machete.

Philly man, 15 others charged in 'Dragon' heroin caseabout 1 hour ago

A Philadelphia man has been charged with heading an organization that sold $7.8 million worth of heroin in two western Pennsylvania counties. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and officials from Blair and Cambria counties announced the charges Monday against 40-year-old Damon Devine and 15 others who allegedly sold heroin and cocaine for him, mostly in Altoona and Johnstown.

16 dealers charged in connection with drug ring that sold heroin and...

More than a dozen drug dealers have been charged in connection with a ring that sold 780,000 bags of heroin worth an estimated $7.8 million over 13 months, according to the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. "This investigation involved dealers who transported large amounts of heroin and cocaine from Philadelphia to Altoona and Johnstown," Attorney General Shapiro said at a press conference outside the Blair County Courthouse.

Choosing a lucky ducky

Mirror photo by Russ O'Reilly Maybrook Hills Rehabilitation & Health Care Center activities aide Jo Dennis watches as Jennifer Taylor of Altoona chooses a duck for a prize during the first annual Community Carnival Day sponsored by Maybrook Hills Rehabilitation & Health Care Center. A community carnival at Maybrook Hills Rehabilitation & Health Care Center on Sunday was planned to help people move past the facility's history as the Valley View Home and gain trust for the future, current owners said.

Jewel in the hollow

Courtesy photo The system of tunnels, dams and channels visible around the famed Horseshoe Curve are used to direct runoff away from the reservoirs. Charles Knight was the engineer who designed most of the complex constructed by workers in the late 1800s.

Your kids say they want a I dona t carea for dinner? They can order that.

Ask your kid what they want, and they say "I don't know"? That will get them a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for $2.50. Other restaurants have offered similar kids menus as well.

The Latest: New champion happy but 'pretty tired of poker'

Pollak won the hand. . Dan Ott, right, embraces Benjamin Pollak, of France, after Pollak was knocked out of the World Series of Poker main event, Saturday, July 22, 2017, in Las Vegas.

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