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Laura Nichols

Laura Nichols is a StateCollege.com news reporter and @LC_Nichols on Twitter.

Articles by Laura Nichols

Displaced Tenants Seek Out Services at Municipal Building Displaced Tenants Seek Out Services at Municipal Building
330 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
They have a long road ahead, but the 40 tenants left homeless and in need after a three-alarm fire ravaged an apartment complex at Waupelani Drive gathered at the Municipal Building on Monday as community groups reached out to help. [Read More]
Fraser Centre Gets Another Push Forward Fraser Centre Gets Another Push Forward
330 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The long-awaited Fraser Centre is finally gaining traction. The State College Borough Council voted to approve a modified conditional use permit as requested by the developer, Jack Kay, of Susquehanna Real Estate. [Read More]
School Board Gets Survey Results, Will Vote to Eliminate Options Next Week School Board Gets Survey Results, Will Vote to Eliminate Options Next Week
330 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The community has spoken, and an overwhelming majority agrees the State College Area High School needs an upgrade. [Read More]
Police: Activity Over Arts Festival Weekend Down 'Substantially;' More Details on Issah's Arrest Emerge Police: Activity Over Arts Festival Weekend Down 'Substantially;' More Details on Issah's Arrest Emerge
330 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The State College Police received 100 less calls between Wednesday and Sunday than they did during the 2012 Arts Festival. Police say the activity was down significantly on Wednesday and Thursday, Friday was busy and Saturday and Sunday were standard. [Read More]
Penn State Receives Initial Clery Report; Investigation Ongoing Penn State Receives Initial Clery Report; Investigation Ongoing
330 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
Penn State received a preliminary report on the findings of an investigation launched by the U.S. Department of Education as a result of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal. [Read More]
Trustees Authorize Settlement Offers for Sandusky Victims; Vote on Approvals Trustees Authorize Settlement Offers for Sandusky Victims; Vote on Approvals
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
LEMONT FURNACE, Pa. -- Penn State's legal team can move forward and make offers to settle claims made against the university by victims of Jerry Sandusky. The Penn State Board of Trustees approved the settlement of claims at its meeting Friday. [Read More]
Parents Brief Trustees On Issues With Child Care Center Changeover Parents Brief Trustees On Issues With Child Care Center Changeover
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
Parents urged the Penn State Board of Trustees to see the value in keeping the Bennett Family Child Care Center under Penn State's ownership during the public comment portion of the board meeting Friday. [Read More]
Trustees to Vote on Emeritus Status, Some Say It Will 'Incite' Alumni Base Trustees to Vote on Emeritus Status, Some Say It Will 'Incite' Alumni Base
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
LEMONT FURNACE, Pa. -- The Board of Trustees will vote to grant emeritus status to two former members of the board at their public meeting today, but some current members aren't happy about it. [Read More]
Graham Spanier Notifies Louis Freeh of His Intent to Sue Graham Spanier Notifies Louis Freeh of His Intent to Sue
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
Former Penn State President Graham Spanier notified former FBI Director Louis Freeh he plans to sue him for defamation and will be seeking monetary damages. [Read More]
Trustees Will Vote Friday On Tuition Increase Trustees Will Vote Friday On Tuition Increase
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The Penn State Board of Trustees will vote Friday whether to approve a 3.39 percent increase for in-state students attending University Park. It would be an overall hike of $264 per semester. The increase for out-of-state students would be 2.87 percent, or $400 per semester. [Read More]
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