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Bellefonte council finishes terms with female majority Bellefonte council finishes terms with female majority
42 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Renee Brown has been on Bellefonte Borough council for 20 years, and she said facing a room of all men was something she was conscious of when she joined council in 1997. She was the second woman ever to serve as a council member. Brown said it was more intimidating back then, but has improved over [Read More]
Village Eatinghouse Continues Expansion Village Eatinghouse Continues Expansion
42 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sean Yoder
When they sold the cafe in 2015 to focus on commercial production, Village Eatinghouse (a name they retained from the cafe) had just seven wholesale sauce clients. Now that number is up to more than 100, they said, in a 65-mile radius of Pleasant Gap. [Read More]
Village Eatinghouse continues expansion Village Eatinghouse continues expansion
43 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
In 2014, a news headline wrongly implied the owners of Village Eatinghouse were putting their popular cafe up for sale. They weren’t ready at the time, but they did end up selling to focus solely on their original line of sauces and spices. At the time, they were indeed looking for another prope [Read More]
Groups Seeking $43 Million in Grants for Interchange Improvements Groups Seeking $43 Million in Grants for Interchange Improvements
43 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Sean Yoder
The interchange between interstates 99 and 80 could be described as chaotic, troublesome and dangerous. [Read More]
Commissioners Offer $5,000 for Tip in Arson Case Commissioners Offer $5,000 for Tip in Arson Case
44 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sean Yoder
The Centre County commissioners voted on Tuesday to offer a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for setting a sheriff’s van on fire. [Read More]
Local police blotter Local police blotter
44 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE POLICE AT PHILIPSBURG Troopers said they charged a 29-year-old Philipsburg man with harassment after he shoved a 20-year-old Philipsburg woman during a domestic dispute Nov. 22 along Halfmoon Street in Philipsburg Borough. O O O A 31-year-old Philipsburg man will face a charge of bad checks [Read More]
Groups seeking $43 million in grants for interchange improvements Groups seeking $43 million in grants for interchange improvements
44 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The interchange between interstates 99 and 80 could be described as chaotic, troublesome and dangerous. Each day, some 24,000 vehicles pass along I-80 alone, with 48 percent of traffic being trucks. The I-99 innovation corridor sees an average of 22,765 vehicles per day, of which 16 percent are t [Read More]
Commissioners offer $5,000 for arson tip Commissioners offer $5,000 for arson tip
44 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Commissioners offer $5,000 for arson tip [Read More]
Shootout ends with arrest, no injuries Shootout ends with arrest, no injuries
44 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
A midnight standoff and shootout in Snow Shoe Township resulted in the arrest of a 53-year-old man and no injuries, according to police. [Read More]
New Mill Owners Select Architects, Continue Work New Mill Owners Select Architects, Continue Work
44 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sean Yoder
The new prospective owners of The Inn at Lamb’s Mill, formerly the Gamble Mill, said they have been busy mapping out their plans for the 123-year-old building and have a number of changes in store. [Read More]
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