2015-04-27 / Front Page

A Hershey man died as a result of a farming accident while working on a family farm in Shirley Township Saturday afternoon. Newton Myers, 50, was pronounced dead by Huntingdon County deputy coroner Deb Allison, who responded to the scene at 17221 Germany Valley Road around 2:40 p.m. According to Allison, Mr. Myers’ death was due to blunt force trauma. More...

2015-04-28 / Front Page
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A Huntingdon County woman who posed as an attorney for nearly a decade returned to court Monday afternoon. More...

2015-04-27 / Front Page
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A state police fire marshal has been called to investigate the cause of a structure fire that destroyed a family’s home in Shirleysburg Borough early Sunday morning. More...

2015-04-28 / Front Page
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Riots continued to erupt in the city of Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, protesting the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old black man who died April 19 as a result of a spinal injury alleged to have occurred while in police custody. While local folks follow the news via the media, others with local ties are closer to the situation at hand. More...

2015-04-27 / Local News

Fleeing and eluding More...

2015-04-30 / Local News

A former Huntingdon resident and business owner and his business partner have been indicted on 34 counts of fraudulent transactions through their New Jersey boat sales business. More...

2015-04-30 / Front Page
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Two area residents participate in record kidney exchange

It’s been said acts of kindness can lead to incredible things that can change a person’s life for the better. In this particular case, the kindness of a coworker led someone to donate a kidney that saved a life. More...

2015-04-27 / Front Page
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Twelve companies fight fire that destroyed six acres

The careless disposal of hot ashes from a wood burning stove is being listed as the cause of a mountain fire that started on the side of Tussey Mountain in Lincoln Township shortly after 11 a.m. Sunday. More...

2015-04-29 / Local News

Theft Dave Skipper of Huntingdon reported to state police at Huntingdon a 2002 US Cargo trailer was stolen from 13737 Smith Road between 12:01 a.m. Jan. 1 More...

2015-05-01 / Local News

Theft SHIRLEY TWP. — A Mount Union man reported to state police at Huntingdon he found a counterfeit $10 bill that had been obtained from an ATM at 14248 Christoff Ave. at 1:05 p.m. April 29. More...

2015-04-27 / Front Page
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Daniel Treece, right, displayed a broad sword for Shirley Hammond and John Norris in the Renaissance section of the 11th annual Mayfest celebration in downtown Huntingdon Saturday. More...

2015-04-30 / Front Page
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Roads may often be taken for granted as simply a way to get travelers from one point to another, but a recently released book has compiled the highlights and history of a local highway. More...

2015-04-30 / Front Page
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State police troopers from the Huntingdon barracks will be among the 300 members of the Pennsylvania State Police heading to Baltimore, Maryland, to help fellow law enforce- ment officers with riots and protests in the city. More...

2015-04-28 / Front Page

Substitute teachers who want to work in Mount Union area classrooms will have to register sometime in the near future with a management firm that promises to assume most of the work associated with scheduling subs for the district. More...

2015-04-30 / Front Page
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A new exhibit at the Art Space, slated to open this Friday, will showcase pieces that demonstrate the artistic form of experimental letterpress and print making techniques. Huntingdon resident and Huntingdon County Arts Council board member Ryan Gibboney will feature her work in a show called “Conceptual Proof” beginning at noon Friday, May 1. More...

2015-05-01 / Front Page
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One week after Presbyterian Senior Living announced it is selling Woodland Retirement Community in Orbisonia to TL Management of Brooklyn, New York, the sale of Huntingdon Nursing and Rehabilitation Center to TL Management is now official. More...

2015-04-06 / State

NORRISTOWN (AP) — A former suburban Philadelphia high school math teacher has been sentenced to 30 days in jail followed by 60 days on house arrest for having sex with a student, and must also register as a sex offender. More...

2015-04-30 / Local News
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Allegheny Ridge Corp. More...

2015-04-28 / Local News

Burglary MARKLESBURG BORO. — Someone reported to state police at Huntingdon someone removed several pieces of fishing equipment from the garage of a residence on Raystown Road between noon Aug. 31, 2014, and April 7. DUIs More...

2015-04-30 / Editorial

What grinds my gears Editor The Daily News Dear Editor: More...

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