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‘We Are Inn’ ready, just waiting for cable ‘We Are Inn’ ready, just waiting for cable
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — The parking lot of the We Are Inn on Route 322 on the edge of Philipsburg has been fairly full in recent weeks, but not with guests … at least not yet. “I’m just waiting for cable,” said Pat Romano, a Rush Township supervisor and new owner of the inn. [Read More]
Philipsburg store breathes new life into custom pieces Philipsburg store breathes new life into custom pieces
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — “Re-gifting,” or pawning off something that was received as a gift to someone else as a “gift,” is a holiday faux pas. But what if you could gift someone something the person already owns and loves – only in a restored or repurposed [Read More]
YMCA, Community Team to Give Philipsburg-Area Children a Quality Christmas YMCA, Community Team to Give Philipsburg-Area Children a Quality Christmas
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
The Moshannon Valley YMCA Christmas program is gearing up for another big year of giving. It’s a community-driven event the Y organizes, with leader Judy Sinclair at the helm. [Read More]
YMCA, community team to give Philipsburg-area children a quality Christmas YMCA, community team to give Philipsburg-area children a quality Christmas
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — The Moshannon Valley YMCA Christmas program is gearing up for another big year of giving. It’s a community-driven event the Y organizes, with leader Judy Sinclair at the helm. [Read More]
Organizers Making Centre Film Festival Accessible to All Organizers Making Centre Film Festival Accessible to All
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
The inaugural Centre Film Festival at Philipsburg's majestic Rowland Theatre is this weekend, and organizers are ensuring there’s no reason people aren’t able to enjoy the films, food, music, community and theatre itself. [Read More]
Neglected Philips Hotel Has New Owner Neglected Philips Hotel Has New Owner
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
Though he wasn’t a featured speaker or award recipient, Albert Bruno received a round of applause at the annual Philipsburg Historical Foundation meeting and dinner, held Oct. 16. Why? Bruno is the newest owner of a Philipsburg landmark — the former Philips Hotel — and plans to renovate the st [Read More]
Organizers making Centre Film Festival accessible to all Organizers making Centre Film Festival accessible to all
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Philipsburg’s inaugural Centre Film Festival, held at the majestic Rowland Theatre, is next weekend, and organizers are ensuring there’s no reason people aren’t able to enjoy the films, food, music, community and theatre itself. Long Motor Buses, Inc. of [Read More]
Philipsburg Community Working to Boost Centre Film Festival Philipsburg Community Working to Boost Centre Film Festival
8 weeks 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
9 weeks 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
9 weeks 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]
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