2017-09-19 / Front Page
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After an hour of deliberating Monday, a jury of nine women and three men found a Mill Creek man guilty of rape, incest and various other sexual assault charges.  The verdict followed what was supposed to be two-day trial of James W. Lewis, 60. More...

2017-09-20 / Front Page
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Residents call for action to address storm water runoff

Huntingdon Borough manager Bill Wheeler and members of borough council faced tough questions from an angry public during their monthly meeting Tuesday night.  Two hours of public comment opened the meeting as a dozen borough residents took the l More...

2017-09-21 / Front Page
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A Fulton County woman charged for her involvement in a 2016 fatal crash is expected to appear in court next week for her preliminary hearing.  More...

2017-09-19 / Front Page
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Correspondence regarding the Huntingdon Borough Water Treatment Plant arrived in water customers’ mailboxes Friday and Saturday, causing a great deal of concern. More...

2017-09-20 / Front Page
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After much consideration and taking public concerns into account, Huntingdon Borough Council members decided to allow the transfer of a liquor license into the borough by Weis Markets. More...

2017-09-19 / Front Page
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Groundbreaking events held in Mount Union, Mapleton

After over five years of planning and work to get to this point, groundbreaking ceremonies were held in Mount Union and Mapleton boroughs Monday to mark the beginning of construction of boat launches in the boroughs that will help bring more access t More...

2017-09-22 / Front Page
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The Huntingdon County Sheriff’s Department welcomed two new deputies this month, who recently completed their 19-week training through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) at Penn State University.  Paul Durchuck and More...

2017-09-16 / Front Page
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As law enforcement officers were arresting six individuals on drug charges Thursday, a second bust, also in Huntingdon Borough, resulted in the arrest of a suspected heroin dealer. More...

2017-09-21 / Front Page
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First Standing Stone Half Marathon set for this weekend

Participants and spectators will take to the streets of Huntingdon Borough this weekend as part of the Standing Stone Half Marathon and Festival.  Opening activities will begin Saturday, Sept. 23, in preparation for race day Sunday, Sept. More...

2017-09-18 / Front Page
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To celebrate Ted Aurand’s 50 years of service as director of the Huntingdon Community Center (HCC), an open house celebration was held in his honor at Detwiler Memorial Field Sunday afternoon. More...

2017-09-19 / Local News

A former Huntingdon resident charged with multiple felony counts in Cumberland County had his case held over for higher court following a preliminary hearing Monday morning.  More...

2017-09-21 / Front Page

Huntingdon Borough Water Treatment Plant customers turned out Tuesday night for the monthly borough council members to express their alarm concerning correspondence advising of water quality violations at the plant.  More...

2017-09-23 / Front Page
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A Huntingdon County attorney continues to “raise the bar” as the most senior practicing attorney admitted as dean of the Huntingdon County Bar Association. More...

2017-09-20 / Business News

Sept. 8, 2017  David J. McMullen, David McMullen and Kelly J. McMullen, grantors, to Richard Van McCardle and Alison Baker, property in Cromwell Township, $1.  James R. Myers and Ashlee J. Myers, grantors, to Randolph S. More...

2017-09-20 / Front Page

The Huntingdon County Commissioners discussed the feasibility of adding an additional supervisor and caseworker position to the Children and Youth Services department at their weekly meeting Tuesday morning. More...

2017-09-19 / Front Page

Huntingdon Area School Board (HASB) members heard two presentations during their monthly board meeting Monday, followed by approvals of new personnel. More...

2017-09-23 / Local Sports
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Huntingdon’s senior running back Ian Border has made it a habit to open games with explosive runs to bring the crowd to their feet and quickly give the Bearcats and early lead. More...

2017-09-20 / Front Page
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As part of the ongoing construction to build a new facility for the Community Chapel of Hesston, Orchard Road near Shaffersville Farm Road in Walker Township will be closed for one week beginning this Friday, Sept. More...

2017-09-21 / Front Page
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As Cassville Oktoberfest organizer Larry Hicks puts the final touches on his 42nd annual festival, there’s one thing he’ll be missing. More...

2017-09-20 / Front Page

A debate that has grasped Walker Township for several months may be nearing a solution pending the acceptance of a variance regarding campground regulations during the supervisors’ monthly meeting Tuesday.  More...

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