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Philipsburg Community Working to Boost Centre Film Festival Philipsburg Community Working to Boost Centre Film Festival
5 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
The Centre Film Festival is less than a month away from making its debut at Philipsburg’s grand Rowland Theatre, and the Moshannon Valley YMCA and several local businesses have jumped on board to get more community members — especially kids — involved in the arts. [Read More]
Conservation Group Looks to Tackle Moshannon Creek Conservation Group Looks to Tackle Moshannon Creek
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
The newly reformed Moshannon Creek Watershed Association held an informational meeting in Philipsburg on Oct. 8 during which several attendees reiterated the same sentiment: The land surrounding Moshannon Creek is picturesque, but the water itself is an eyesore. [Read More]
Community working to boost Centre Film Festival Community working to boost Centre Film Festival
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — The Centre Film Festival is just a month away from making its debut at Philipsburg’s grand Rowland Theatre, and the Moshannon Valley YMCA and several local businesses have jumped on board to get more community members — especially kids — involved [Read More]
Opioids impact on hometown inspires filmmaker Opioids impact on hometown inspires filmmaker
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Filmmaker Spencer Folmar’s latest project, “Shooting Heroin,” is a feature film about the opioid epidemic in America and its horrific effects on rural communities. Folmar is a Clearfield County native and shot the film, the cast of which includes several local actors, in Centre [Read More]
Philipsburg’s DiamondBack Has Small-Business Accolades Covered Philipsburg’s DiamondBack Has Small-Business Accolades Covered
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
DiamondBack Truck Covers, based in Philipsburg’s Moshannon Valley Regional Business Park, is making waves in both the local community and in the small business world. And a lot of people are taking notice. [Read More]
Local company plans to cultivate ‘home-grown talent’ Local company plans to cultivate ‘home-grown talent’
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — You’ve likely noticed mounds of dirt being moved along Route 322 at the Moshannon Valley Regional Business Park. That’s because Advanced Powder Products Inc., is expanding. “(APP), a metal injection molding manufacturer, was approved for a 15-year real estate [Read More]
Philipsburg’s DiamondBack has small-business accolades covered Philipsburg’s DiamondBack has small-business accolades covered
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
DiamondBack Truck Covers, based in Philipsburg’s Moshannon Valley Regional Business Park, is making waves in both the local community and in the small business world. And a lot of people are taking notice. [Read More]
Centre Film Workshop Gives High School Students Master Classes in Filmmaking and Storytelling Centre Film Workshop Gives High School Students Master Classes in Filmmaking and Storytelling
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
Busloads of students descended on Philipsburg on Sept. 6 for The Centre Film Workshop’s first High School Master Class. [Read More]
Centre Film Workshop seeks high school applicants Centre Film Workshop seeks high school applicants
5 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Busloads of students descended on Philipsburg on Sept. 6 for The Centre Film Workshop’s first High School Master Class. Approximately 65 students from Moshannon Valley, Philipsburg-Osceola, Keystone Central and Bellefonte High Schools gathered to learn how to shoot a short [Read More]
Fire Company to Open New Club in Philipsburg Fire Company to Open New Club in Philipsburg
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
The Reliance Fireman’s Club has been in the planning stages for almost a year, and club manager Jim Coble says the new Philipsburg club will be open in two weeks at the latest. [Read More]
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