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World Cup Kicks Up Interest in Area Youth Soccer Programs World Cup Kicks Up Interest in Area Youth Soccer Programs
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Chris Morelli
"There was a buzz from the Ghana-Portugal game," Vidic explains. "We had a camp running ... we didn't do anything special to promote it and we had a dozen or so late sign-ups, which was kind of significant." [Read More]
Spike's Rowan Wick on Torrid Home Run Pace Spike's Rowan Wick on Torrid Home Run Pace
15 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Matt Bortner
If Spikes fans want to catch a glimpse of the red-hot Wick, they might want to do it now, as his days in State College may be coming to a close. "Wick is unbelievable right now," says Thompson. "If he keeps up this pace, he won't be here much longer." [Read More]
World Cup Impacts State College Economy World Cup Impacts State College Economy
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
"It's impacted us greatly," says manager Dan Stokes of Kildare's Irish Pub on East College Avenue. Business can be slow this time of year, especially since students are on summer break, he says, but the World Cup has "definitely helped financially." [Read More]
Rediscovering Happy Valley: 'Mike the Mailman' Rediscovering Happy Valley: 'Mike the Mailman'
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, John Patishnock
He doesn't post his status online. Instead, Mike greets everyone who enters the post office with the same courtesy and graciousness. It turns out that stuff still matters to some people. [Read More]
YSB's 'DeClutter' Program Helping Families Cope YSB's 'DeClutter' Program Helping Families Cope
17 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Jennifer Crane
One wouldn’t think clutter to be a problem of those who live in poverty. we encounter piles of clothes on the floor or in large bins, kitchenware spilling out into other rooms, toys around the house with no toy chest or sorter for them to be put away in, and shoes and coats piled at the front door [Read More]
New Center Aims to Push Boundaries of 3-D Printing New Center Aims to Push Boundaries of 3-D Printing
17 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, David Pacchioli
Rich Martukanitz holds two prototypes, one in each hand. The first design, a thick, heavy chunk, would make a good doorstop. The second is a hollowed-out set of spider arms, like a splayed but sturdy rack of ribs. [Read More]
'Break Out' Lunch with Chambers Makes Impact
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'Break Out' Lunch with Chambers Makes Impact
18 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, John Patishnock
"He gave great tips that can be applied to everyday life," Connolly says. "I think another big takeaway is that if you're not happy, then figure out what you need to do to make every day count and to enjoy your job and to make an impact on the people around you." [Read More]
Schlow Bounces Back Following Week-Long Closure Schlow Bounces Back Following Week-Long Closure
18 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Brittany Svoboda
If Schlow’s budget is not increased, Alloway says it is likely that hours will be trimmed from the weekly public schedule. The library is currently open 65 hours a week. [Read More]
'Little Shop' Ready to Delight Audiences 'Little Shop' Ready to Delight Audiences
20 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
Seymour becomes the proud owner of a carnivorous, blood-thirsty plant which demands human blood, body parts and, eventually entire human beings as its food. It also becomes more vulgar and difficult to live with, belting out R&B tunes and bellowing insults. [Read More]
New Charter School Report Recommends Reform in PA New Charter School Report Recommends Reform in PA
20 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Michael Martin Garrett, Centre County Gazette
Hutchinson says that the SCASD school board has “by and large … a decent relationship with local charters,” but adds they don’t have access to specifics on how each school spends its tuition funds. [Read More]
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