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County shows support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month County shows support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
It was 20 years ago that Dora McQuaid had to walk up the Centre County courthouse steps alone and terrified, past the man who she said had abused her and held her hostage with a gun for 17 hours. She had to walk past him, his family and his new girlfriend in order to find a way to safety from him. [Read More]
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County shows support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month County shows support for Domestic Violence Awareness Month
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
It was 20 years ago that Dora McQuaid had to walk up the Centre County courthouse steps alone and terrified, past the man who she said had abused her and held her hostage with a gun for 17 hours. She had to walk past him, his family and his new girlfriend in order to find a way to safety from him. [Read More]

Latest plans announced for SC's Town Centre project Latest plans announced for SC's Town Centre project
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
A boutique hotel, restaurant incubator, the possible return of Discovery Space to downtown and more are among the latest plans for State College's long-discussed Town Centre project on the 200 block of South Allen Street. [Read More]

Hanna Jr. representing himself this time around Hanna Jr. representing himself this time around
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
When Democratic state representative hopeful Mike Hanna Jr. is out talking to voters in the 76th Legislative District, which includes all of Clinton County and the northern part of Centre County, he said he thinks back to a lesson his grandmother taught him when he was growing up. [Read More]

Bellefonte dealing with feral cats Bellefonte dealing with feral cats
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
Bellefonte Borough has been receiving more and more calls about feral cats causing problems for residents, so council is looking at adopting an ordinance that would prohibit people from feeding the stray animals, said board member Evan Duffey at an Oct. 1 meeting. [Read More]

Group hopes to turn empty lot into private skate park Group hopes to turn empty lot into private skate park
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — A group of private investors is looking to turning an abandoned piece of land into a skate park on College Avenue in Ferguson Township. The land used to be part of Sheesley Construction at 1316 W. College Ave., and a group of skateboarders has been using the lot as a makeshift [Read More]

Benner zoning changes moving forward Benner zoning changes moving forward
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Zoning changes have been in the works in Benner Township for quite some time, according to township supervisor Randy Moyer, and they are finally moving forward for county approval after the board agreed to move a zoning ordinance forward at its Oct. 1 meeting. The zoning was [Read More]

Local Police Blotter Local Police Blotter
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE Police filed theft charges against Elizabeth Longberger after she allegedly used a 70-year-old women’s debit card and bank account to withdraw money and make purchases without the victim’s knowledge in Philipsburg between April 24 and Sept. 14. *** Police said [Read More]

Track N’ Trail moves to new location Track N’ Trail moves to new location
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
After 30 years, it was a little hard for Track N’ Trail owner Steve Williams to say goodbye to his College Avenue store and showroom. But, even though the Houserville resident now has a longer commute to his new store on Old Route 322 and Decker Valley Road, he is excited to have a new, modern spa [Read More]

College Township receives grant for Pike Street Project in Lemont College Township receives grant for Pike Street Project in Lemont
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
College Township has received a state grant in the amount of $1,149,041 to complete multimodal improvements on Pike Street in Lemont. These will include handicap-accessible ramps, curb extensions, sidewalks for pedestrians and transit users, highlighted crosswalks and storm water management. [Read More]

Frustrating construction season continues in Centre County Frustrating construction season continues in Centre County
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
With construction projects going on in all corners of Centre County, it seems like every route that motorists travel is blocked by orange cones of some sort. With lane restrictions on Interstate 99, Atherton Street and the Potters Mills project on Route 322, getting anywhere can be an exercise in pa [Read More]

Happy Valley Brewery offering new canned option Happy Valley Brewery offering new canned option
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Happy Valley Brewing Company is celebrating five years in business by giving customers a new way to enjoy its beer. For the first time, it will offer to-go can packages. [Read More]

Bellefonte looking to use cameras to curb graffiti problem Bellefonte looking to use cameras to curb graffiti problem
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — With graffiti becoming a problem in Bellefonte, the borough is looking to potentially install cameras to prevent more from occurring in the park. The borough said it has noticed the same type of graffiti on a bridge and on a building on Water Street. The borough council discussed [Read More]

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