Monday, October 13
Jewish Food Festival
Blair Mill Outlet
Your Wellness Network
Tuesday, October 14
PSU Altoona Speaker
Fighting the Flu
Art of Aging
DIY Vintage Decor
Wednesday, October 15
Cooking with Lauren K
Veterans Day Parade
Born & the Beanstalk
Thursday, October 16
Punkin Chunkin Fest
Smiles for Miles
Life & Health
Friday, October 17
PW Power Hour
Lyrics for this song were written by Tim Surkovich, a local man who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclorosis more than 20 years ago.
Join Things Unseen Theatre for their latest production “The Beauty Queen of Leenane.”
Discover the educational possibilities at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College!
If you’re a caregiver, you know how stressful and overwhelming caring for your loved one can be! Take a break with a day of relaxation and education.
Find out how NutriMost measures up to other weight loss programs!
It’s that time of year again! Time for the Annual Fall Punkin’ Chunkin’ Festival!
Resident Handyman Dwight Rittenhouse from Mount Union Lumber & Supply talks about one piece epoxy floors. Plus, find out about an upcoming seminar for contractors.
You can catch Denise Baldwin live on Friday, October 24 at the Homestead Inn in Elton. But today, you can hear her on our show!
Start your Christmas shopping early and help out a great cause!
Check out this year’s hottest Halloween costumes courtesy of Everyday’s a Party in Johnstown.
What are the symptoms of Ebola and how is it transmitted? How is Mt. Nittany preparing for Ebola? We get the answer to these questions and more from Infection Control Coordinator Marlene Stetson from Mt. Nittany Health.
Photojournalist Scott Pickrell takes us to Centre Wildlife Care to meet a Merlin Falcon.
Honor our female veterans at the upcoming Veterans Day Parade happening in Altoona next month!
Perfect for the fall, Lauren K shares her recipe for Apple Cider Pork Chops with Apples and Onions.
Mark Wilson from Truly Nolen offers some advice to help you bug proof your Halloween.
The musical group Born & the Beanstalk will perform at this weekend’s Hollidaysburg Pumpkin Festival. Today, we get a preview!
This edition of the "Art of Aging" highlights the convenience of senior center meal programs in Pennsylvania.
Looking to add a little pizzazz to your home? Check out LaVonne Falbo's DIY window treatment project that will give your windows some colorful, vintage flare!
The band Circus Mutt combines the influences of rock and roll, reggae, jazz, and bluegrass while remaining true to their working class roots and country loving sentiments. Circus Mutt performs “Don’t Mention It.”
How can you protect yourself from the flu? Ron Dick, owner of Duncansville Pharmacy, shares some tips to help promote your good health!
Kay McNelis, from Monica’s Heart Greyhound Adoption, introduces us to two more adorable adoptables.
Penn State Altoona’s Speaker Series continues with breast cancer survivor and Good Morning America anchor, Amy Robach.
Help The Brian Morden Foundation make this Halloween special for kids battling cancer on "Make a Difference Day"!
Thinking about trading in your carpet floors for hardwood? Stop by Blair Mill Outlet to check out all of their hardwood options!
Have you ever dreamed about performing on Broadway? Sign up for the local production of "Sweeney Todd" at the Pasquerilla Peforming Arts Center at the University of Pittsburgh for a chance to perform alongside Broadway veterans!
Head to the "mother of all game nights" happening this Friday, October 17 for a chance to win a bunch of great prizes plus help raise money with Sheetz Family Charities!
Slim down and improve your health with NutriMost of Central Pennsylvania and State College!
Join the Tyrone Regional Health Network and SouthernCare Hospice for the 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Banquet.
The “Union Avenue Deli” is back! Eat in or take out, rain or shine!
Join the Catholic churches of the Altoona-Johnstown Diocese as they put on the annual Central PA Group Prayer and Rosary Event in downtown Altoona!
Can a few dollars a month keep you from the home of your dreams? It can happen! Real Estate Agents Mariska Eash and George Pisanick explain.