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County Commissioners Support 911 Funding Reform County Commissioners Support 911 Funding Reform
8 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
In 2015, taxpayers will dish out more than $1 million to help fund the county's emergency communications, Neff says, about a half a million more than they contributed in 2002. "Essentially the language that started the funding stream for 911 is outdated and needs to be reformed," Pipe says. [Read More]
For the Love of the Game — and Beyond For the Love of the Game — and Beyond
5 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
The fee — for a couple of hours of expert instruction — is a mere $20. The proceeds, Shields explains, will go to the Jimmy V Foundation which funds cancer research."Everyone hears about THON around here. This is even bigger and I just wanted to be able to contribute to that," Shields says. [Read More]
With Retirement Looming, Williams Looks to Future With Retirement Looming, Williams Looks to Future
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
Williams speaks passionately when he talks about Penn State. It's clear that it's more than a job, more than a university. “We are out there by ourselves as the world largest dues-paying alumni association," he says. "We don't have any tail lights to follow,” he says. “We are the tail lig [Read More]
Head Over to 'Avenue Q' for an Adult Take on Puppet Theater Head Over to 'Avenue Q' for an Adult Take on Puppet Theater
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
"I love the show's combination of very adult material with puppets,' Young says. "The show makes a nod to Sesame Street," she added, though it was clearly not created for children. [Read More]
State College Man was Model Aviation Pioneer State College Man was Model Aviation Pioneer
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
In high school, Brown finally started fabricating parts for his engine while, in his words, "just monkeying around." All the work on it was done in his father's machine shop, including the spark plug, which was made just like big aircraft plugs, with a built-up mica insulator. [Read More]
Lunsford in Line to Become President Judge Lunsford in Line to Become President Judge
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
In December, Lunsford’s duties were reassigned and he was ordered by Kistler to not hear criminal cases, with the exception of those in DUI Court, until further order. Kistler did not specify the reason for the reassignment. [Read More]
Affordable Housing Complex Eyes Students Affordable Housing Complex Eyes Students
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Alexa Lewis
"A change like this will have an immediate and long-term effect on our community," says Jennifer Stahl, housing case manager at Housing Transitions, which offers housing services to residents in need. "Pheasant Glen was one of an already limited number of affordable residential complexes." [Read More]
State High Athletes Sign on Letter of Intent Day State High Athletes Sign on Letter of Intent Day
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
“They are all academics, too. They are true student-athletes. They wouldn't be moving on to the next level if they weren't academically sound. That's so big for us.” [Read More]
Jersey Mike's Second Location a Hit Jersey Mike's Second Location a Hit
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
Having two locations presents its share of challenges. "Our bread is baked here every day. Everything in the store is fresh every day. All of our vegetables are sliced on site every morning, which is totally different than most concepts out there," says Patterson. [Read More]
'4,000 Miles' Brings an Unlikely Duo Together '4,000 Miles' Brings an Unlikely Duo Together
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
As the drama unfolds, Leo discovers Vera's political views, which lean heavily toward Marxism."This is life," Manfull concludes, "a little snapshot of life from the point of view of a 21-year-old and a 91-year-old — simple, folksy and utterly human." [Read More]
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