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State, County Looking at Ways to Support Dairy Farmers State, County Looking at Ways to Support Dairy Farmers
by Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso

With dairy farmers struggling, state and county governments are looking to bring cheese manufacturers to the state to find a use for local farmers' milk. Full Story →

New Restaurant Coming to Former Bank Building on College Avenue New Restaurant Coming to Former Bank Building on College Avenue

Another new restaurant is in the works for West College Avenue in State College.

StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Bream Won't Be Charged with Perjury Bream Won't Be Charged with Perjury

Tim Bream, the former live-in adviser for Beta Theta Pi fraternity, will not face a perjury charge for his testimony at a preliminary hearing in the case. He could, however, still be investigated for other potential charges brought in a private criminal complaint filed in May.

StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Glennland Building Sale Falls Through Glennland Building Sale Falls Through

The 85-year-old Glennland Building in downtown State College won't be sold anytime soon, after all.

StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Sports Illustrated Ranks Trace McSorley Among Top Players in College Football Sports Illustrated Ranks Trace McSorley Among Top Players in College Football

Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley was ranked as the 15th-best player in college football for 2018 by Sports Illustrated.

StateCollege.com - Mikey Mandarino

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With 2 Large Projects, Traffic in Penns Valley to Get Hectic in July With 2 Large Projects, Traffic in Penns Valley to Get Hectic in July
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
With two major roadwork projects occurring at around the same time, traffic in quiet Penns Valley may become a little congested starting next month [Read More]
The Arts Mean Business in Centre County
Column
The Arts Mean Business in Centre County
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - George Trudeau and Erin Coe
National studies of the economic impact of the arts that included Centre County data demonstrate that, both nationally and locally, the arts are an economic driver — an industry that supports jobs, generates government revenue and spurs tourism. [Read More]
Italy and the European Economy: A Troubled Beauty
Column
Italy and the European Economy: A Troubled Beauty
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Judy Loy
This past month I was lucky enough to join a group of friends for a trip to Italy. My husband, Steve, and I have never been to Europe so it was a trip of a lifetime. My travel made me want to learn more about the economy and government of Italy and their precarious position in the Eurozone. [Read More]
Penn State Joins the Common Application for 2018-19 Admissions Season Penn State Joins the Common Application for 2018-19 Admissions Season
19 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Elissa Hill
Between filling out countless forms that your future depends on and keeping track of every school's process, applying to college can be a challenge. But Penn State is making it a little easier by joining the Common Application starting with the 2018-2019 application season for the Class of 2023. [Read More]
TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24 TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Happy Friday, Happy Valley! The first official weekend of the summer brings the first Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest, plus CelticFest, concerts, carnivals and much more. [Read More]
Patton Township Approves Plans for Former Denny's Site Patton Township Approves Plans for Former Denny's Site
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The Patton Township Board of Supervisors on Wednesday unanimously approved a developer's plans to construct a new two-tenant retail building on the site of the former Denny's restaurant on North Atherton Street. [Read More]
Gamble Mill Is Back on the Market Gamble Mill Is Back on the Market
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Gamble Mill is back on the market, as the potential buyer who announced plans to redevelop the property last September has let the contract expire, according to Bellefonte Borough assistant manager Don Holderman. [Read More]
Stamp Collectors to Gather in Bellefonte Stamp Collectors to Gather in Bellefonte
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
Stamp collecting can take you around the world — from Australia to Zanzibar —or keep you close to home, like right here in central Pennsylvania. [Read More]
Penn State Basketball: Tony Carr Drafted 51st Overall By New Orleans Penn State Basketball: Tony Carr Drafted 51st Overall By New Orleans
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Tony Carr heard his name called and saw a dream realized on Thursday night as he was drafted 51st overall by the New Orleans Pelicans in the second round of the NBA Draft. [Read More]
A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)
Column
A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
If Christian Hackenberg ends up playing north of the border, he wouldn’t be the first PSU QB in the CFL. Or the second. And, likely, not even the best. [Read More]

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With 2 Large Projects, Traffic in Penns Valley to Get Hectic in July With 2 Large Projects, Traffic in Penns Valley to Get Hectic in July
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
With two major roadwork projects occurring at around the same time, traffic in quiet Penns Valley may become a little congested starting next month [Read More]
The Arts Mean Business in Centre County
Column
The Arts Mean Business in Centre County
3 hours ago - StateCollege.com - George Trudeau and Erin Coe
National studies of the economic impact of the arts that included Centre County data demonstrate that, both nationally and locally, the arts are an economic driver — an industry that supports jobs, generates government revenue and spurs tourism. [Read More]
TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24 TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Happy Friday, Happy Valley! The first official weekend of the summer brings the first Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest, plus CelticFest, concerts, carnivals and much more. [Read More]
Patton Township Approves Plans for Former Denny's Site Patton Township Approves Plans for Former Denny's Site
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The Patton Township Board of Supervisors on Wednesday unanimously approved a developer's plans to construct a new two-tenant retail building on the site of the former Denny's restaurant on North Atherton Street. [Read More]
Gamble Mill Is Back on the Market Gamble Mill Is Back on the Market
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Gamble Mill is back on the market, as the potential buyer who announced plans to redevelop the property last September has let the contract expire, according to Bellefonte Borough assistant manager Don Holderman. [Read More]
Stamp Collectors to Gather in Bellefonte Stamp Collectors to Gather in Bellefonte
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
Stamp collecting can take you around the world — from Australia to Zanzibar —or keep you close to home, like right here in central Pennsylvania. [Read More]
Children’s Matinee to Kick Off Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest Children’s Matinee to Kick Off Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
The Central Pennsylvania Dance Workshop will present a family-friendly children's matinee adventure to kick off of the new Central PA Theatre and Dance Festival at 11 a.m. on Friday. [Read More]
McLanahan’s Self-Serve Beer Taps Open for Business McLanahan’s Self-Serve Beer Taps Open for Business
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Elissa Hill
McLanahan’s Downtown Market has been a one-stop shop for many since it opened in 2002, but now you can pick up a breakfast sandwich, a box of mac ‘n’ cheese, and a draft beer all in one fell swoop. [Read More]
Student Farm to Commemorate Summer Solstice with Second Annual Celebration Student Farm to Commemorate Summer Solstice with Second Annual Celebration
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Navin Zachariah
Penn State’s Student Farm will host a celebration of the summer solstice from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday (June 21) at the farm on Big Hollow Road. [Read More]
Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens on North Atherton Street Medical Marijuana Dispensary Opens on North Atherton Street
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
The area's first medical marijuana dispensary, Nature's Medicine, is having a soft opening on Thursday (June 21). [Read More]

All Local & Penn State Sports

 
TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24 TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Happy Friday, Happy Valley! The first official weekend of the summer brings the first Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest, plus CelticFest, concerts, carnivals and much more. [Read More]
Penn State Basketball: Tony Carr Drafted 51st Overall By New Orleans Penn State Basketball: Tony Carr Drafted 51st Overall By New Orleans
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Tony Carr heard his name called and saw a dream realized on Thursday night as he was drafted 51st overall by the New Orleans Pelicans in the second round of the NBA Draft. [Read More]
A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)
Column
A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
If Christian Hackenberg ends up playing north of the border, he wouldn’t be the first PSU QB in the CFL. Or the second. And, likely, not even the best. [Read More]
Penn State Lacrosse: Take A Look At Panzer Field Project
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Penn State Lacrosse: Take A Look At Panzer Field Project
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Penn State lacrosse is one step closer to its new home as Panzer Field continues to work towards completion after $3.55 million in gifts were announced last May. [Read More]
Penn State Basketball's Watkins Charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Penn State Basketball's Watkins Charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Penn State men's basketball forward Mike Watkins was charged on Monday with possession of drug paraphernalia after police found a metal grinder containing marijuana inside of his team duffle bag. [Read More]
Penn State Football: More Freshmen Arrive As Camp Closes In Penn State Football: More Freshmen Arrive As Camp Closes In
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ethan Kasales
Seven more true freshmen from Penn State’s heralded 2018 recruiting class arrived on campus Sunday. [Read More]
Penn State Athletics: Soccer Legend Walter Bahr Dies At 91 Penn State Athletics: Soccer Legend Walter Bahr Dies At 91
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Penn State and international soccer legend Walter Bahr, has died. The Boalsburg resident was 91. [Read More]
Penn State Football & the Roster of Father-Son Legacies
Column
Penn State Football & the Roster of Father-Son Legacies
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
Of the nearly 40 father-son pairings that have played for Penn State, it’s nearly impossible to match father Charlie and his son, Tony. As starters for the Nittany Lions, they had a combined 45-0-1 mark. [Read More]
‘Better Than Making the Big Leagues’ ‘Better Than Making the Big Leagues’
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
Jake Gronsky always loved baseball. After breaking his hand in 2015 while playing with the St. Louis Cardinals organization, he was sent to State College as part of a rehab stint. He had no idea how much his life was about to change. [Read More]
Spikes Set to Begin 2018 Campaign Spikes Set to Begin 2018 Campaign
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
The summer season in State College calls for the grass to be cut and the bats to be ready at Medlar Field for the return of the State College Spikes. The Spikes' opening night contest, hosting the Williamsport Crosscutters, begins at 7:05 p.m. on Saturday. [Read More]

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Penn State Joins the Common Application for 2018-19 Admissions Season Penn State Joins the Common Application for 2018-19 Admissions Season
19 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Elissa Hill
Between filling out countless forms that your future depends on and keeping track of every school's process, applying to college can be a challenge. But Penn State is making it a little easier by joining the Common Application starting with the 2018-2019 application season for the Class of 2023. [Read More]
TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24 TGIF: State College Weekend Events for June 22-24
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Happy Friday, Happy Valley! The first official weekend of the summer brings the first Central PA Theatre and Dance Fest, plus CelticFest, concerts, carnivals and much more. [Read More]
Penn State Basketball: Tony Carr Drafted 51st Overall By New Orleans Penn State Basketball: Tony Carr Drafted 51st Overall By New Orleans
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Tony Carr heard his name called and saw a dream realized on Thursday night as he was drafted 51st overall by the New Orleans Pelicans in the second round of the NBA Draft. [Read More]
A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)
Column
A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
If Christian Hackenberg ends up playing north of the border, he wouldn’t be the first PSU QB in the CFL. Or the second. And, likely, not even the best. [Read More]
Student Farm to Commemorate Summer Solstice with Second Annual Celebration Student Farm to Commemorate Summer Solstice with Second Annual Celebration
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Navin Zachariah
Penn State’s Student Farm will host a celebration of the summer solstice from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday (June 21) at the farm on Big Hollow Road. [Read More]
No Longer ‘Sleepy, Idyllic, and Unhurried,’ State College Continues to Evolve
Column
No Longer ‘Sleepy, Idyllic, and Unhurried,’ State College Continues to Evolve
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Lee Stout, Town&Gown
As a history guy, I naturally tend to see events as taking place within a larger context. Recently, I’ve found a book that does this for me in both history and geography. It’s The American College Town, by Blake Gumprecht, a professor of geography at the University of New Hampshire. [Read More]
Penn State Lacrosse: Take A Look At Panzer Field Project
Photos
Penn State Lacrosse: Take A Look At Panzer Field Project
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
Penn State lacrosse is one step closer to its new home as Panzer Field continues to work towards completion after $3.55 million in gifts were announced last May. [Read More]
Pennsylvania Budget Deal Could Mean Tuition Freeze for Penn State Students Pennsylvania Budget Deal Could Mean Tuition Freeze for Penn State Students
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The Pennsylvania House and Senate are expected to vote this week on a budget plan that includes an appropriation increase for Penn State, and if it passes, university President Eric Barron says he will recommend no tuition increase for in-state students at all of the school's campuses for 2018-19. [Read More]
Penn State Ranked No. 2 University for Graduating CEOs Penn State Ranked No. 2 University for Graduating CEOs
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mikey Mandarino
A LinkedIn study found that Penn State is the second-most attended university among current CEOs throughout the world. [Read More]
Penn State Football: More Freshmen Arrive As Camp Closes In Penn State Football: More Freshmen Arrive As Camp Closes In
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Ethan Kasales
Seven more true freshmen from Penn State’s heralded 2018 recruiting class arrived on campus Sunday. [Read More]
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George Trudeau and Erin Coe

The Arts Mean Business in Centre County

National studies of the economic impact of the arts that included Centre County data demonstrate that, both nationally and locally, the arts are an economic driver — an industry that supports jobs, generates government revenue and spurs tourism.

Judy Loy

Italy and the European Economy: A Troubled Beauty

This past month I was lucky enough to join a group of friends for a trip to Italy. My husband, Steve, and I have never been to Europe so it was a trip of a lifetime. My travel made me want to learn more about the economy and government of Italy and their precarious position in the Eurozone.

A Penn State Quarterback in Canada, Eh? It’s Nothing New (They Want McSorley, Too)Mike Poorman

If Christian Hackenberg ends up playing north of the border, he wouldn’t be the first PSU QB in the CFL. Or the second. And, likely, not even the best.

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