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The new owners and fans of the historic narrow gauge East Broad Top Railroad gathered Thursd…

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Despite the film industry’s movie production schedules churning to a halt, a local cinema is…

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Huntingdon County’s youth-led CHAMP organization kicked off its seventh annual fundraising s…

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The Juniata Valley School Board voted unanimously Wednesday to hire hire a part-time school …

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Although the Huntingdon County Fair may be canceled because of the coronavirus, food concess…

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Huntingdon County Commissioners made an announcement at their weekly meeting Tuesday morning…

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While there have been many community members and local businesses that stepped up to help, a…

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For local patients who need to see a neurosurgeon will now have the benefit of doing so locally.

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For those who wish to dig before they start a project, it’s always important to call 811.

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With hopes of instituting a School Resource Officer (SRO) program in the Tussey Mountain Ele…

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Huntingdon County youth livestock exhibitors, from the left, Justin Whitsel, Lauren Houck, K…

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Broad Top Area Medical Center (BTAMC) officials learned Friday afternoon they received a $1 …

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The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) put all mandatory fall sports a…

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With area school districts firming their re-entry health and safety plans for back to school…

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Road work can be spotted just about everywhere in Huntingdon Borough these days, and it has …

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Construction in the county, especially those traveling through Huntingdon Borough this week,…

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Huntingdon County 4-H members, from the left, Katelyn and Sabrina Kyper, Natalie Cook, Carly…

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Nathan Lee Betts, 591 Washington St., Petersburg, and Andrea Elizabeth Taylor, also of Petersburg.