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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
Commissioners recognize dozens of veterans

Veterans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces between 1955 and 1975 were honored with a 50th anniversary Vietnam War Commemoration pin during the commissioners regular meeting. The turnout to the meeting was so large that it was relocated from the commissioners meeting room to the Mifflin County courthouse annex building in order to facilitate attendees.

Works & Process Presents Tanaquil Le Clercq's The Ballet Cook...

In 1967, ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq published The Ballet CookBook, her masterful compendium of ballet history, food stories, and recipes from over 90 leading dancers and choreographers of the day, including George Balanchine, Jacques d'Amboise, Melissa Hayden, and Allegra Kent. To mark the book's 50th anniversary, food scholar Meryl Rosofsky is curating a multifaceted program honoring Le Clercq's artistic, literary, and culinary legacy.


A Bellwood man is behind bars after Altoona police say he sold painkillers to an informant in front of the Blair County Prison. Sean W. Buckmaster, 42, was arrested Monday evening after he allegedly delivered four Dilaudid painkillers to the police informant outside the prison.

Gas prices continue downward trend

Gasoline prices fell in western Pennsylvania by four cents this week to an average of $2.73 per gallon, according to AAA.

HUD charges landlord couple

The federal Department of Housing and Urban Development has charged an Altoona couple that owns an apartment building in Greenwood with discriminating against families with children in dealing with potential tenants. Citing the Fair Housing Act, the regional HUD office in Philadelphia has accused Gregory and Katherine Ellis of refusing to rent units on the 1600 block of East Pleasant Valley Boulevard to a series of posing as parents of children - while making the same units available to potential testers who said they had no children.

A sweet reward

Mirror photo by Gary M. Baranec / Dave Binus shows off part of his collection of candy machines that his company supplied to customers of Altoona Candy and Tobacco. Altoona Candy and Tobacco will be inducted into the Heritage Hall of Fame category by the Blair County Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame on Monday at the Blair County Convention Center.

Researchers Alarmed at 'Pain Gap' Between Rich, Poor Countries

A woman holds a handful of her medication bottles at the Altoona Center for Clinical Research in Altoona, Pennsylvania, March 29, 2017, where she was helping test an experimental non-opioid pain medication. Felicia Knaul woke up from a mastectomy several years ago.

Armed robbery suspects arrested

Michael Rupert, 28, and Carli Aungst, 26, were arrested at the Station Medical Center McDonald's Wednesday night after their red and gray Ford Escape was spotted by Altoona police following the armed robbery of the Puff Super Value in Bellwood, according to Altoona police Detective Lt. Ben Jones.

Citizen arrest' leads to charges

An Antis Township man faces charges after state police say he pulled a gun on a group of people smoking marijuana in their apartment. Melvin C. Grassmyer II, 40, of 2254 E. Pleasant Valley Blvd., is due in Tyrone District Court on Oct. 17 for his preliminary hearing on recklessly endangering another person and simple assault charges stemming from the alleged incident in June where he allegedly smelled marijuana while getting his mail and then burst through a neighbor's door brandishing a gun.

Detwiler shines as leader of the Altoona Area High School band

Larry Detwiler cheers for the Altoona Area High School Marching Band before the start of a high school football game. The Altoona Area High School music department has enjoyed success and stability over the past 17 years under the leadership of Larry Detwiler.

Beyond my wildest dreams': Altoona native Michael Kooman composes for ...

Courtesy photo / Michael Kooman consults with his writing partner Christopher Dimond and executive producer Chris Nee during production of Disney Junior's "Vampirina." Barbara Kooman would watch in amazement as her young son would listen to a song on the radio for the first time and then play it on his small keyboard in their Altoona home.

Remnants of Nate could boost area's rainfall

Periodic rainstorms in the coming days - joined by the remnants of a hurricane - could bring the Altoona area some of its first significant precipitation in weeks, forecasters said. According to computer models and local meteorologists, lighter rainfall and changing pressure over the weekend could usher in the remnants of Nate, currently a tropical storm running through the Gulf of Mexico.


PA CareerLink Blair County will host a job fair Oct. 11 at the National Guard Readiness Center, 518 Municipal Drive, Duncansville. Doors will open for veterans at 9 a.m. and open to the public at 9:30 a.m. The job fair will continue until 12:30 p.m. Fifty employers will be on hand to discuss full- and part-time positions available with their companies.

FWB man celebrates 88th anniversary of arriving in U.S.

Fog lay thick over Ellis Island on Oct. 3, 1929, as 10-year-old Sam Lombardo peered over the ship's edge, hoping to be the first to catch a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty.  "I snuck out of the cabin at 5 a.m. while my mother and two sisters slept," Lombardo said.

GANT Weekend Police Blotter

State police responded to a single-vehicle crash on Route 970 in Bradford Township. According to the report, a vehicle driven by Shane Lauder, 31, of Woodland was traveling north.

Auto body shops owner files 2nd lawsuit

The owner of two Altoona-area auto body shops has filed another lawsuit against many of the nation's largest insurance companies claiming they refuse to pay the full costs of making necessary repairs to damaged vehicles. Ron Perretta, who owns Professionals Auto Body, with repair shops on East Pleasant Valley Boulevard, Altoona, and Plank Road, Duncansville, in his second lawsuit is asking for more than $8 million in damages that include insurance company underpayments, interest on those alleged outstanding debts and his "administrative costs.

Former Logan officer enters ARD program

A former Logan Township police officer accused of driving away from a two-vehicle crash where he rear-ended another couple's vehicle has entered the Blair County's Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition program. If Brian P. Reidy, 37, Altoona, successfully completes the 12-month program supervised by the county's adult parole and probation office, then charges filed against him will be withdrawn, and he can ask the court to expunge his record.

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