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In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, all township offices will be closed. There will be no Veolia refuse collection for customers in Benner, College,
Cata will also not operate today. Buses will run on a reduced schedule tomorrow with full schedule returning on Saturday.
State officials have until the end of the year to make a decision on putting the Pennsylvania Lottery in the hands of a private manager.After qualifying three potential bidders, the state received just one bid from the British firm, Camelot Global Services.
The bid, from the same company that runs the national lottery in the
A television network obtained clearance yesterday from the judge presiding over Jerry Sandusky’s criminal case for access to photos used as exhibits during
According to the AP, Judge John Cleland granted ABC the right to get copies of 15 photographs related to Aaron Fisher, described as victim 1 in court records.
The network had sought the photos last month, as it was preparing to report on Fisher’s book about his experience titled “Silent No More.”
Citing that her testimony was the basis for the second indictment of Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, the attorneys for both men are asking that former Vice President and General Council of Penn State Cynthia Baldwin not be permitted to testify next month at their preliminary hearing.
Though she claims she was representing the universities interests,
The attorneys for both men believe their clients were betrayed by
Another partnership is potentially in the works. The Altoona Regional Health System says it plans to discuss an affiliation with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Though no final decisions have been made, Altoona Regional spokesman Dave Cuzzolina told WTAJ-TV that a partnership with UPMC could mean access to new funding, growth in employees, and services in the
Boy Scout Grant
According to Senator Jake Corman and Representative Kerry Benninghoff, The Juniata Valley Boy Scouts of America were awarded a $250,000 state grant to make improvements to the Seven Mountains Scout Camp in
The grant was provided through the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Community Conservation Partnership Program (CCPP).