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New Flavors Rolling into Penns Valley New Flavors Rolling into Penns Valley
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Those looking for a taste of Cajun country in Penns Valley will no longer have to wait for the Grange Fair, as The Express casual dining restaurant is planning to open at the former Whistle Stop location on Monday (April 23). [Read More]
Council Nixes Beer Sales at Bellefonte Cruise Council Nixes Beer Sales at Bellefonte Cruise
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
There will be no beer tent at the Bellefonte Cruise this year, as Bellefonte Borough Council voted 6-3 against a temporary liquor permit for the annual event. [Read More]
New flavors rolling into Penns Valley New flavors rolling into Penns Valley
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
Those looking for a taste of Cajun country in Penns Valley will no longer have to wait for the Grange Fair, as The Express casual dining restaurant is planning to open at the former Whistle Stop location Monday, April 23. [Read More]
The impact of Nestle saying ‘no’ to Spring Township The impact of Nestle saying ‘no’ to Spring Township
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING TOWNSHIP — After months of talks and tests, Nestle Waters has decided against becoming a customer of the Spring Township Water Authority. Doug Weikel, chairman of the authority, said he is disappointed by the news. According to Weikel, the impact of Nestle Waters' decision will affect [Read More]
Council nixes beer sales at Bellefonte Cruise Council nixes beer sales at Bellefonte Cruise
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — There will be no beer tent at the Bellefonte Cruise this year, as Bellefonte Borough Council voted 6-3 against a temporary liquor permit for the annual event. [Read More]
Local Startup on the Cutting Edge of Cloning Technology Local Startup on the Cutting Edge of Cloning Technology
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
In a small lab in an office building in Boalsburg, a startup company is performing a cloning procedure for cattle that is new to the United States. By using this technique, called handmade cloning, Pregenex can produce cloned cattle for livestock or milk producers at a less expensive price than trad [Read More]
Corman Talks School Safety, Redistricting, Highway Projects at CBICC Luncheon Corman Talks School Safety, Redistricting, Highway Projects at CBICC Luncheon
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Pennsylvania State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Benner Township, mentioned his children as he brought up school safety and other issues during a Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County luncheon held this week at the Nittany Lion Inn. [Read More]
Local startup on the cutting edge of cloning technology Local startup on the cutting edge of cloning technology
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
In a small lab in an office building in Boalsburg, a startup company is performing a cloning procedure for cattle that is new to the United States. By using this technique, called handmade cloning, Pregenex can produce cloned cattle for livestock or milk producers at a less expensive price than trad [Read More]
Bald Eagle State Forest eyes potential land donation Bald Eagle State Forest eyes potential land donation
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The Western Pennsylvania Conservancy plans to apply for funding for a grant to purchase land in Haines Township, south of Coburn in the Village of Ingleby, so it can donate the land to the Bald Eagle State Forest. [Read More]
Corman prioritizes school safety at CBICC luncheon Corman prioritizes school safety at CBICC luncheon
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Pennsylvania State Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Bellefonte, mentioned his children as he brought up school safety and other issues during a Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County luncheon held April 9 at the Nittany Lion Inn.  Corman said he is [Read More]
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