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Vincent Corso

Vincent Corso is writer for Town&Gown and the Centre County Gazette.

Articles by Vincent Corso

UAJA Odor Control Facility Delayed Again UAJA Odor Control Facility Delayed Again
23 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
It is close, but it still stinks. [Read More]
The Rivet Set to Launch as New Community Workshop The Rivet Set to Launch as New Community Workshop
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Have you ever needed a tool for a project, but didn’t know where to turn? Or have you ever wanted to learn how to make pottery, or use a 3D printer, or needed a sewing machine to make a costume, but didn’t have any access to the necessary tools or the space? State College’s newest community ma [Read More]
The Rivet set to launch as new community workshop The Rivet set to launch as new community workshop
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso
Have you ever needed a tool for a project, but didn’t know where to turn? Or have you ever wanted to learn how to make pottery, or use a 3D printer, or needed a sewing machine to make a costume, but didn’t have any access to the necessary tools or the space? State College’s newest community m [Read More]
Studio 1795 Is Bellefonte’s Newest Coworking and Event Space Studio 1795 Is Bellefonte’s Newest Coworking and Event Space
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Downtown Bellefonte has a new space for coworking and events at Studio 1795. Located at 122 S. Allegheny St., No.2, the studio has long been on the mind of Ellen Matis, director of Downtown Bellefonte Inc. and the founder of the social media company, Hello Social. [Read More]
Macy’s Property Ownership Poses Interesting Questions Macy’s Property Ownership Poses Interesting Questions
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Another Nittany Mall anchor store, Macy’s, has announced plans to close its doors, but unlike the other tenants at the mall, Macy’s Department Stores Co. owns the building and property it sits on, including the parking lot. [Read More]
True to Her Heart: Fisher Key to Talleyrand Park Development and Bellefonte True to Her Heart: Fisher Key to Talleyrand Park Development and Bellefonte
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
True Fisher has made a huge impact in Bellefonte, and on Dec. 16 she was recognized by the community’s government for her work in helping to make Talleyrand Park one of Centre County's favorite destinations as the chair of the Talleyrand Park Committee. [Read More]
Rutter's on Pace for February Opening Rutter's on Pace for February Opening
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Those looking for a new convenience store option in Centre County won’t have to wait too much longer as the much anticipated Rutter’s is targeted for a mid- or late-February opening. [Read More]
Elections Office to Purchase Scanners for Absentee Ballots Elections Office to Purchase Scanners for Absentee Ballots
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
To best prepare for the expected high turnout for the upcoming presidential election, the Centre County will purchase two high-speed digital scanners to process absentee ballots. The scanners cost a total of $95,975 and represent the last phase of the county’s upgrade to its voting machines due to [Read More]
Patton Township working on Toftrees Avenue safety solutions Patton Township working on Toftrees Avenue safety solutions
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PATTON TOWNSHIP is looking for input for the Toftrees Corridor Improvement Plan, which is in development. The long-range planning process aims to make upgrades to the older portion of Toftrees Avenue, from Waddle Road to The Station’s driveway. PATTON TOWNSHIP — With more and [Read More]
Elections office to purchase scanners for absentee ballots Elections office to purchase scanners for absentee ballots
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — To best prepare for the expected high turnout for the upcoming presidential election, the county is going to purchase two high-speed digital scanners to process absentee ballots. The scanners cost a total of $95,975 and represent the last phase of the county’s upgrade to its voting [Read More]
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