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Laura Nichols

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

Articles by Laura Nichols

Cappelletti, Mauti Among Latest Lettermen to Endorse Paterno Lawsuit, Other Athletes Added Cappelletti, Mauti Among Latest Lettermen to Endorse Paterno Lawsuit, Other Athletes Added
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
A Heisman Trophy winner and a NFL rookie are just two of the latest group of former Penn State football players who have come out in support of the Paterno family's lawsuit against the NCAA. [Read More]
Parents Hope to Fight for Bennett Center at Board of Trustees Meeting Parents Hope to Fight for Bennett Center at Board of Trustees Meeting
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The Bennett Family Child Care Center won't be turned over to Hildebrandt Learning Centers until April 1, 2014, but parents who want the faculty and staff to remain Penn State employees aren't slowing their efforts. [Read More]
Police Identify Three Involved in Shoplifting Ring Police Identify Three Involved in Shoplifting Ring
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
Police say they have identified three suspects who ran a 'coordinated shoplifting ring', targeting stores in State College and in several other states. [Read More]
Barbecue Blamed for Fourth of July Fire At Waupelani Drive Apartment Complex Barbecue Blamed for Fourth of July Fire At Waupelani Drive Apartment Complex
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
A resident grilling on a balcony is blamed for a devastating fire that roared through a State College apartment complex on Independence Day. A preliminary investigation has determined the fire was accidental. [Read More]
Support for Waupelani Drive Fire Victims Going Strong Support for Waupelani Drive Fire Victims Going Strong
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
"Things are going very well. We're happy with the turnout," says Sean McDermott, an intern at B94.5. "I don't know if these people really know [the victims] that well, but still, it's a community, and the response is awesome." [Read More]
Hearing Scheduled for Curley, Schultz and Spanier Hearing Scheduled for Curley, Schultz and Spanier
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
Three former Penn State administrators are going back to court, months after their original court date. They'll have a preliminary hearing at 9 a.m. on July 29 and 30 and on Aug. 1, if necessary. [Read More]
Penn State Alumni Give Back at Record Levels Penn State Alumni Give Back at Record Levels
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
Penn State's "For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students" is quickly approaching its $2 billion goal. The university announced that it topped $1.85 billion by June 30. There's one more year left in the current fundraising cycle. This year alone raised $237.8 million, the second-highest [Read More]
Corbett Won't Appeal Judge's Decision on Antitrust Lawsuit Corbett Won't Appeal Judge's Decision on Antitrust Lawsuit
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
It looks like Gov. Tom Corbett is throwing in the towel, as far as his legal battle with the NCAA goes -- at least for now. Corbett has decided he won't appeal a judge's decision to throw out his antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA. [Read More]
From a Small Start to a Big Deal: A History of the Arts Festival From a Small Start to a Big Deal: A History of the Arts Festival
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The Arts Festival wasn't always the major event it is today. Founded by the State College Chamber of Commerce and the Penn State College of Arts and Architecture, it started small, with local garage bands being the only performers. [Read More]
School Board Talks Plan to Decide High School Project Options School Board Talks Plan to Decide High School Project Options
331 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
The State College Area School Board of Directors is hoping to engage the public as it moves toward a referendum on the high school project. Board members want to keep everyone as informed as possible, as part of an effort to reach consensus on the scope of that project. [Read More]
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