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Seamstresses stitching masks for medical community Seamstresses stitching masks for medical community
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Rachael Huxford looked around at everything that was going on with the coronavirus pandemic over the past few weeks and asked herself what she could do to help. She saw the need for face masks in the medical community and after doing some research, decided her sewing skills could h [Read More]
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Seamstresses stitching masks for medical community Seamstresses stitching masks for medical community
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Rachael Huxford looked around at everything that was going on with the coronavirus pandemic over the past few weeks and asked herself what she could do to help. She saw the need for face masks in the medical community and after doing some research, decided her sewing skills could h [Read More]

Local supply chain helps farm persevere during pandemic Local supply chain helps farm persevere during pandemic
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
HALFMOON TOWNSHIP — Visiting the grocery store is hectic and scary these days, with empty shelves, long lines and bewildered people. Down at the Way Fruit Farm store in Stormstown, things have gotten busier too, but the farm store has been able to keep its shelves mostly stocked with local- and fa [Read More]

Meals on Wheels finds ways to roll on despite trying times Meals on Wheels finds ways to roll on despite trying times
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — How do you deliver meals to people who cannot go out of their homes, when the government is saying that nobody should be leaving their homes? This is the challenge for State College Area Meals on Wheels. [Read More]

YMCA boosting efforts to feed kids YMCA boosting efforts to feed kids
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — The gym doors may be closed due to the coronavirus, but the Moshannon Valley YMCA continues to do what it does best: ensure needy children don’t go hungry. [Read More]

Bellefonte to see more parking changes Bellefonte to see more parking changes
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
s. BELLEFONTE — The new parking meters that are coming to the streets of downtown Bellefonte have been delayed because of the coronavirus, allowing people to park on the streets a little longer before the rate increase and change of monitored time come into play. Parts of the new [Read More]

Bellefonte chooses firm to assess future of elementary school Bellefonte chooses firm to assess future of elementary school
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — The much-discussed elementary school project in Bellefonte is moving forward. The Bellefonte Area School District Board voted 6-3 to retain Hunt Engineering, an architect and engineering firm with locations in New York and Pennsylvania, to conduct a needs assessment for [Read More]

Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Patton Township Police Officer Brian Shaffer was at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center working on a separate investigation Jan. 24, 2019, when two people ran to him, telling him a shooting had just occurred in the bar area. That tragic shooting incident started at the [Read More]

Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
LEMONT — The Lemont streetscape project, nearly a decade in the making, will take a big step toward completion next week when College Township presents final plans for improving Pike Street at an open house Feb. 27. The long-awaited plan seeks to improve the visual character of the [Read More]

Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
  PHILIPSBURG — Stan LaFuria, Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership executive director, started working for the partnership 29 years ago. “I can remember when I got here and how bad it was,” LaFuria said. “How we’ve changed in a generation — [Read More]

Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
LEMONT — The Lemont streetscape project, nearly a decade in the making, will take a big step toward completion next week when College Township presents final plans for improving Pike Street at an open house Feb. 27. The long-awaited plan seeks to improve the visual character of the [Read More]

Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Patton Township Police Officer Brian Shaffer was at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center working on a separate investigation Jan. 24, 2019, when two people ran to him, telling him a shooting had just occurred in the bar area. That tragic shooting incident started at [Read More]

Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Stan LaFuria, Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership executive director, started working for the partnership 29 years ago. “I can remember when I got here and how bad it was,” LaFuria said. “How we’ve changed in a generation — [Read More]

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