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Harry Zimbler

Harry is a correspondent for the Gazette.

Articles by Harry Zimbler

State College Downtown Improvement District joins holiday celebration State College Downtown Improvement District joins holiday celebration
2 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — As the holiday season kicks into high gear, the Downtown Improvement District is playing a major role in ensuring an atmosphere of celebration. At the center of the season is the DID’s partnership with Penn State that establishes the local Military Appreciation [Read More]
State College Rotary Club speaker fights to end polio in the world State College Rotary Club speaker fights to end polio in the world
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Anyone who thinks one person can’t make a difference in our modern world hasn’t met E.G.P. Haran. Holding a doctorate in urban planning, Haran recently spoke to the Rotary Club of State College-Downtown about the central role he played in the ongoing battle to [Read More]
Penn State conference links investors, entrepreneurs Penn State conference links investors, entrepreneurs
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — The Invent Penn State initiative to spur economic development statewide, as well as job creation and student success as entrepreneurs, has led to the launching of the Invent Penn State Venture and IP Conference. The two-day event took place Oct. 6 and 7 at the Penn Stater [Read More]
Centre County speakers: new labor law poses challenges for businesses   Centre County speakers: new labor law poses challenges for businesses
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — When the new requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act take effect on Dec. 1, it is likely to drive up labor costs for employers and generate much confusion about how they can comply with the new regulations. Speaking to a business group at a Chamber of Business and [Read More]
Jana Marie Foundation makes powerful presentation to State College Rotary Club Jana Marie Foundation makes powerful presentation to State College Rotary Club
10 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Suicide and mental illness in youth remains a serious issue in Pennsylvania and the nation. The Jana Marie Foundation, led by Jana’s sister Marisa Vicere, recently made a startling presentation to the State College Rotary Club Downtown. [Read More]
Oberheim Ending Long Tenure As Ag Progress Days Manager Oberheim Ending Long Tenure As Ag Progress Days Manager
16 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
Following a 25-year career as the manager of Ag Progress Days in Rock Springs, Bob Oberheim has decided to retire this year. [Read More]
Oberheim ends long tenure as manager of Ag Progress Days Oberheim ends long tenure as manager of Ag Progress Days
16 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Following a 25-year career as the manager of Ag Progress Days in Rock Springs, Bob Oberheim has decided to retire this year. “My goals for Ag Progress have been accomplished,” Oberheim said. [Read More]
Wine Bar Grand Opening Adds New Dimension to Greek Restaurant Wine Bar Grand Opening Adds New Dimension to Greek Restaurant
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
The owners of The Greek restaurant and University Wine Company have paired up to launch a new wine bar inside the restaurant at 102 E. Clinton Ave. [Read More]
Nittany Theatre at the Barn Enters Second Season Nittany Theatre at the Barn Enters Second Season
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
For decades, the Boal Barn Playhouse served as a landmark summer theater that housed the State College Community Theatre. Today, that barn — refurbished and repurposed — is still bringing theater to the region with Nittany Theatre at the Barn. [Read More]
Grand opening of wine bar adds new dimension to restaurant Grand opening of wine bar adds new dimension to restaurant
26 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The owners of The Greek restaurant and University Wine Company have paired up to launch a new wine bar inside the restaurant, located downtown at 102 Clinton Ave. A grand opening celebration is scheduled for 5 p.m. Monday, June 6. The bar will offer a variety of wines [Read More]
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