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Parking and traffic change as students move in this weekend Parking and traffic change as students move in this weekend
22 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
It's that time of year again in State College. The quiet summer is over and the students are back with all of their energy, making the town lively again. As they move in, locals can expect to see a bit of congestion and commotion around town. [Read More]
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Borough to remove unchecked bikes left on racks Borough to remove unchecked bikes left on racks
13 minutes ago - Centre County Gazette
 STATE COLLEGE — State College is a bike-friendly community, with bike paths around town and many bike racks available for commuters. While many people bike to work or class or just for fun, sometimes bikes are left places and forgotten about. This can cause a problem according to the [Read More]

Police Blotter Police Blotter
15 minutes ago - Centre County Gazette
ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE Police report that a woman on South Eagle Valley Road in Julian was defrauded of $25,000 through an internet scam July 1. The investigation is ongoing. *** Police said they found a juvenile in Spring Township to be in possession of drugs and paraphernalia on July 4. The [Read More]

Parking and traffic change as students move in this weekend Parking and traffic change as students move in this weekend
22 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
It's that time of year again in State College. The quiet summer is over and the students are back with all of their energy, making the town lively again. As they move in, locals can expect to see a bit of congestion and commotion around town. [Read More]

County County 911 center looks to upgrade system County County 911 center looks to upgrade system
22 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Every person pays $1.65 toward emergency services when they purchase a cellphone. That money goes to the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, which distributes the fund to state emergency service centers.  Centre County Emergency Communications is looking to receive a [Read More]

Education center in the works at Mount Nittany trailhead Education center in the works at Mount Nittany trailhead
22 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
The trailhead at Mount Nittany gets a little crowed at times. On nice weekends, people park up and down the small street in Lemont near the trail's entrance, as the look to climb up the historic mountain and get a bird's-eye view of Penn State and the area. [Read More]

County looks to help inmates find housing after release County looks to help inmates find housing after release
23 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
Getting one's life back together after being incarcerated can be difficult. And, without a place to live, former prisoners who are left homeless face the difficulty of finding and keeping jobs and becoming productive members of society. Being homeless also ups the chances they'll return to jail. [Read More]

Local Police Blotter Local Police Blotter
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE A Lock Haven woman was charged with a DUI after she was found to be intoxicated after crashing her car on Ridge Crest Drive and Sayers Dam Road in Liberty Township on July 2. *** Police report that a 31-year-old Munson man had a PFA violation from July 6 to 17 at 3631 [Read More]

Area death notices Area death notices
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Ruth Ann Bucha Wesley died Monday, July 30, 2018, at Mount Nittany Medical Ccenter. She was 71. Arrangements were under the direction of Dean K. Wetzler Funeral Home, Milesburg. www.deankwetzlerfuneralhome.com   REBERSBURG — Phyllis J. Kerstetter died Monday, July [Read More]

Crop exhibits, hay competition among Ag Progress Days offerings Crop exhibits, hay competition among Ag Progress Days offerings
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — From educational displays about conservation and sustainability efforts to the signature hay show, there will be a lot to see and learn in and around the J.D. Harrington Crops, Soils and Conservation Building during Penn State's Ag Progress Days, Tuesday, Aug. 14, through [Read More]

Geisinger attacks Pennsylvania's opioid crisis Geisinger attacks Pennsylvania's opioid crisis
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
It’s no secret that the opioid crisis in America has reached epidemic proportions. According to Dr. Amit Mehta, director of the Centre County Community Medicine Department at Geisinger Health Plan, 63,000 people in the United States died in 2016 from drug-related overdoses, including 4,642 in Penn [Read More]

Heavy rain affecting area crops Heavy rain affecting area crops
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
Area farmers are constantly keeping an eye on the weather. Too little rain means drought and plants that can’t grow. Too much rain can be a problem, too, and this season has seen Centre County waterlogged, with heavy rain causing flooding and overly wet conditions. [Read More]

Geisnger looking to keep patients healthy, out of the hospital Geisnger looking to keep patients healthy, out of the hospital
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
With six locations in Centre County, Geisinger has an impact on the health of people in the area. The medical system’s president and CEO addressed a group of community leaders and health care providers Aug. 7 at Toftrees Resort, and he said that Geisinger is working on ways to help keep patients o [Read More]

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