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Centre County Residents Head to Washington to Call Attention to Rights Issues Centre County Residents Head to Washington to Call Attention to Rights Issues
9 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
Centre County residents chartered at least six buses to travel to the Women's March on Washington on Saturday. [Read More]
DEP Sets Jan. 27 Hearing on Quarry Plan DEP Sets Jan. 27 Hearing on Quarry Plan
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Brackenbury
Residents can voice their opinions about a controversial proposal to extend the depth of the Oak Hall Quarry at a public hearing scheduled for Friday, Jan. 27. [Read More]
Med School Innovates, with County Focus Med School Innovates, with County Focus
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Brackenbury
Morgan Decker grew up in central Pennsylvania and knows that, as in many rural areas, there is a need for primary care physicians. [Read More]
Road Funding Paves Way for Growing Future of CPI Road Funding Paves Way for Growing Future of CPI
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
Since the 2014-15 academic year, enrollment in the post-secondary classes at the Central Pennsylvania Institute of Science and Technology has increased by a whopping 63 percent. It is a number that has been consistently growing since CPI’s joint operation committee decided to throw a little more e [Read More]
VFW Loses Building to Route 322 Construction VFW Loses Building to Route 322 Construction
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
The Potters Mills Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9575, established in 1947 and located along Route 322 near Potters Mills, has a serious problem. PennDOT is constructing a new four-lane section of Route 322, and it has taken the VFW’s property by eminent domain. [Read More]
President Judge to Hang Up the Robe President Judge to Hang Up the Robe
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
For two decades, Judge Thomas King Kistler dedicated his time to resolving problems county residents couldn't handle on their own, and now, he says it will be soon time to hang up the robe. [Read More]
The Blonde Cucina: Celebrate Slow Cooking in January
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The Blonde Cucina: Celebrate Slow Cooking in January
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Ciara Semack
Let's focus on two foodie days that are celebrated in January: National Slow Cooking Month and National Soup Month. I’m going to give you some great recipes based on these two celebrations. After all, it’s winter, and when you come home from work one of the last things you want to do is cook. [Read More]
Centre County Flu Cases on the Rise; 3rd Highest Total in Pennsylvania Centre County Flu Cases on the Rise; 3rd Highest Total in Pennsylvania
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Brackenbury
As we head into the teeth of winter season, 223 cases of the flu have already been reported in Centre County, the third highest total in the state. [Read More]
Emergency Funds Coming for Purdue Mountain Road; Commissioners Learn of 'Unknown' Land Emergency Funds Coming for Purdue Mountain Road; Commissioners Learn of 'Unknown' Land
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
A local roadway closed since heavy flooding occurred in October may open sooner rather than later. Meanwhile, county commissioners also learned of the possession of a previously unknown tract of land in Bellefonte, and, it may have a use to raise money for the community. [Read More]
State College's Sekunda, Friberg Prove to Be Tough Tandem State College's Sekunda, Friberg Prove to Be Tough Tandem
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Pat Rothdeutsch
They couldn’t really be called “twin towers,” but at about 6-foot-5 each, State College forwards Tommy Sekunda and Drew Friberg are big enough to cause major headaches for opponents in the paint. [Read More]
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