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Altoona, PA

IGSC sets tentative sediment goal
Altoona Mirror
The 11 Blair County municipalities charged with reducing stormwater pollutants by 10 percent to comply with tightening federal and state regulations may need to shrink the amount of sediment going into streams in the urbanized area around Altoona by ...

Magisterial district judges
Altoona Mirror
Christopher L. Lostaglia, 42, 1221 N. Fourth Ave., Altoona, charged by Altoona police with conspiracy, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, criminal use of a communication facility and possession of a controlled substance at his ...

District court move to begin
Altoona Mirror
Magisterial District Judge Craig Ormsby announced last week his offices will close at the end of business Tuesday and reopen June 1 at the new location in the Altoona-Blair County Airport terminal building. No new court filings will be accepted after 3 ...

CC 3200 relay earns top seed
Altoona Mirror
Central Cambria's four-by-800-meter relay team will try to defend its state Class 2A gold medal in the event as the No. 1 seed at the PIAA Track and Field Championships on Friday and Saturday at Shippensburg University's Seth Grove Stadium. The PIAA ...

AWA considering biosolids options
Altoona Mirror
Altoona Water Authority officials have learned their best option for getting rid of the solid residue of sewer treatment is rapidly becoming impractical. Currently, the authority uses a centrifuge to “dewater” sludge to create Class B biosolids, which ...

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