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Family Chill & Grill caters to families Family Chill & Grill caters to families
233 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
TYRONE — When Scott Illig and his wife, Juanita, opened up Family Chill & Grill 13 years ago, they had families in mind. Starting with that ice cream parlor, the Illigs added on to become a family restaurant and continued to expand to include Firehouse Pizza, thematically tied to honor [Read More]
Commissioners move forward on prison plan Commissioners move forward on prison plan
257 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Centre County Commissioners conditionally approved a memorandum that would serve to initiate the final plans of the SCI-Rockview Land Development project, holding back complete approval until meeting with the Department of Corrections to fully understand the impact that this [Read More]
Room to Breathe Helps Restore Order Room to Breathe Helps Restore Order
257 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Gregg Kohlhepp
“I don’t want to waste one precious moment of life searching for something. I believe in living with less and having time to do fun things, spend more time with family, doing what you want,” Dolan proclaims. [Read More]
Landscaping: It's all about that base Landscaping: It's all about that base
258 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
With the weather finally turning to spring here in central Pennsylvania, most residents are eager to get outside and enjoy themselves. As that happens, many are looking to find a way to stay outdoors more often in the coming months. That fresh air may be calling you to get outside and expand and [Read More]
Room to Breathe helps clients restore order to their lives Room to Breathe helps clients restore order to their lives
258 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — For Room to Breathe’s founder, Jessica Dolan, what began as a childhood interest has grown into an entrepreneurial passion — a business designed to organize and balance the lives of others. Crossing between work in the residential and business areas, Dolan, a [Read More]
Commissioners unanimously approve legal counsel Commissioners unanimously approve legal counsel
260 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Centre County commissioners voted unanimously to approve additional independent legal counsel with regards to pending Right-to-Know litigation as well as current and future Right-to-Know requests. Attorney Craig J. Staudenmaier, of the Nauman, Smith, Shissler & Hall law firm, [Read More]
Provan enjoys life in 'his community' Provan enjoys life in 'his community'
261 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — When Dave Provan arrived in Bellefonte late in the summer of 1972 to interview for a teaching position, he never imagined it would become “his community.” “It was a desolate town,” remembered Provan. “It looked like a scene out of one of those [Read More]
Damon's Grill Replaced by New LettermanS Restaurant Damon's Grill Replaced by New LettermanS Restaurant
262 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Gregg Kohlhepp
The staple of the LettermanS menu will be its traditional BBQ as well as a new hand-pounded burger menu. The establishment will continue to be available for catering events on and off site and to offer the popular game-day pick-up and delivery options. [Read More]
Scott's Landscaping Rises From the Ashes Scott's Landscaping Rises From the Ashes
262 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Gregg Kohlhepp
“We are still in business, offering the same services and quality as before,” confirmed Burk. If anything, the 2013 fire served as another growth phase. “Our capacity has increased from before the fire.” [Read More]
Metropolitan project remains on schedule Metropolitan project remains on schedule
262 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The Metropolitan, developed by PennTrust Properties I LLC, is on schedule and set to open in late summer of 2016. In recent weeks, the installation of a second crane means that above-ground construction soon will begin to appear on the corner of West College Avenue and South [Read More]
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