Local News Headlines 11/12/18

Published by Steve Clark31 mins

It’s MONDAY! Here’s your Monday morning 11/12 headlines:

Veteran’s Day was yesterday, but will be celebrated as a Monday Holiday today with government offices and banks closed and no mail delivery.

The State Treasury is hoping to return hundreds of unclaimed medals to veterans who earned them.

An early blast of wintery weather contributed to another multi-vehicle crash in I-80, Saturday.

An Altoona man has been locked up for violating a PFA on Friday just hours after the court slapped him with it.

State Police in Cambria County are looking for a man still on the loose, who broke into a woman’s home and assaulted her.

Logan Township supervisors have approved the tentative budget, with no tax increase, for next year.

At least one Blair County Commissioner is saying no to a suggested change to the County form of government.

The Altoona-Johnstown Diocese is cutting some jobs and selling property to save money.

As education officials mark National Education Week, Pennsylvania is experiencing a teacher shortage.

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