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CCRRA to Collect Household Hazardous Waste CCRRA to Collect Household Hazardous Waste
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
In 2016, the Centre County Refuse and Recycling Authority collected more than 50,000 pounds of hazardous household waste during its annual collection event, and, this year, the organization is hoping for even more. [Read More]
Treatment That Saved Emily Whitehead’s Life Holds Promise for Thousands Treatment That Saved Emily Whitehead’s Life Holds Promise for Thousands
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
An experimental procedure that saved the life of a young Philipsburg girl may soon be saving thousands of youthful lives across the world. [Read More]
Bellefonte Photographer Captures Pennsylvania Quilt Barns, Honors Through Lens Bellefonte Photographer Captures Pennsylvania Quilt Barns, Honors Through Lens
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Brackenbury
R. Thomas Berner describes himself as a “print guy” during his years as a journalism professor at Penn State. But Berner has had a lifelong interest in photography, and the digital world has opened up new opportunities for him in retirement. [Read More]
Work on Mountain View Hotel Project Could Start Soon Work on Mountain View Hotel Project Could Start Soon
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
The Harris Township Board of Supervisors gave unanimous approval this week for the Ramada Group to move ahead with plans to add a 100-unit hotel to the Mountain View Country Club and breathe new life into the existing golf course. [Read More]
Corman: Pennsylvania Leaders Must Think Ahead More Corman: Pennsylvania Leaders Must Think Ahead More
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
For state government to work, leaders must look toward the future. That was the point made by state Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Bellefonte, during the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County luncheon Monday at Toftrees Golf Resort. [Read More]
Experts Offer Advice on Safe Driving at Any Age Experts Offer Advice on Safe Driving at Any Age
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Connie Cousins
The ability to get where we want to go by driving is natural and normal for Americans. Most of the time, we take that privilege for granted. But, how safe are we really when we get behind the wheel? [Read More]
Pain as ‘5th Vital Sign’ Helped Fuel Opioid Crisis, Doctor Says Pain as ‘5th Vital Sign’ Helped Fuel Opioid Crisis, Doctor Says
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Brackenbury
Dr. Wayne Sebastianelli points to the emergence of pain as the “fifth vital sign” as one key factor that helped fuel the opioid crisis impacting Centre County, the state and the nation. [Read More]
Sanderson Says 'There's Something Bigger' Than Titles Sanderson Says 'There's Something Bigger' Than Titles
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Andy Elder
After another NCAA Championship, Penn State wrestling coach discusses the 2016-17 season, the future of the program and his contract talks. [Read More]
Centre County Drug Court Aims to Help ‘High-Risk Users’ Centre County Drug Court Aims to Help ‘High-Risk Users’
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
“When dealing with the heroin and opioid crisis here in Centre County, we have to be proactive, not reactive.” [Read More]
Opioid Epidemic Strains Centre County Justice System Opioid Epidemic Strains Centre County Justice System
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
In just a few years, the opioid and heroin epidemic has reached morbid levels, as more and more Centre County residents are dying each month because of the use of illegal substances. In addition to the cost in human lives, the abuse of illicit drugs, such as heroin and controlled substances, is also [Read More]
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