Local News Headlines 7/22/19

Here’s your MONDAY morning 7/22 local headlines:

Pennsylvania’s record low unemployment rate held steady in June.

Some bad economic news for Blair County, a railcar repair facility in Hollidaysburg announced a planned shutdown last Friday.

A former Blair County prison guard has been sentenced for his role in the assault of an inmate.

An Altoona man was arrested by State Police after he was caught selling drugs in a halfway house.

Officials from rural Pennsylvania recently made a pitch for the broadband component of Governor Tom Wolf’s Restore Pennsylvania infrastructure improvement initiative.

A measure to permit hunting on Sunday in Pennsylvania has passed the State Senate.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will eliminate two more days of its print edition, cutting down to just three days per week.

State Rep Jim Gregory is holding an informational session tomorrow on how to protect yourself from scams.

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