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New districting cuts county in two New districting cuts county in two
4 days ago - Centre County Gazette
The map released by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Feb. 19 showing the state's new congressional lines will cause some big changes for voters and their representatives in Centre County. Centre County, formerly completely part of the 5th District, now will be split in two according to the [Read More]
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Area death reports Area death reports
4 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Joe Robert Seymore died Thursday, Feb. 8, 2018, at home. Arrangements were under the direction of Mark D. Heintzelman Funeral and Cremation Service, State College. www.heintzelmanfuneralhome.com   PHILIPSBURG — Donald J. “DJ” Tatters died Friday, Feb. [Read More]

New districting cuts county in two New districting cuts county in two
4 days ago - Centre County Gazette
The map released by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Feb. 19 showing the state's new congressional lines will cause some big changes for voters and their representatives in Centre County. Centre County, formerly completely part of the 5th District, now will be split in two according to the [Read More]

Grange Equine Center to receive $1.5 million grant for expansion Grange Equine Center to receive $1.5 million grant for expansion
4 days ago - Centre County Gazette
With hopes of attracting more statewide and national shows, the Equine Center at the Centre County Grange Park in Centre Hall plans to expand this year, and the Centre County Board of Commissioners approved the execution of documents required to accept a $1.5 million grant to allow that to happen. [Read More]

Alleged P-O threat causes social media stir Alleged P-O threat causes social media stir
4 days ago - Centre County Gazette
Send them? Or not? Those were the questions posed on social media by several parents of students in the Philipsburg-Osceola Area School District on Feb. 20 after the district sent out a One Call message, noting the investigation into a student for possible threats against the school community. Man [Read More]

Charter school continues to grow Charter school continues to grow
4 days ago - Centre County Gazette
The Young Scholars of Central PA Charter School recently expanded and was renovated, giving a growing student body a better space in which to learn. At a ribbon-cutting ceremony held by the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County, the school highlighted the new additions, as well as the sc [Read More]

Police Blotter Police Blotter
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
A complaint was received by police that DeWalt tools were stolen from 341 Weights Lane, Marion Township, between Nov. 1 and 24.   *** A 49-year-old North Carolina man crashed and caused damage to his car at an unknown location Jan. 8, according to police reports.  The man [Read More]

Centre County United Way exceeds campaign goal Centre County United Way exceeds campaign goal
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Centre County United Way recently celebrated its 2017 campaign results with board members, partner agencies, volunteers and Penn State campaign representatives at The Match Factory in Bellefonte.  Some 200 people gathered to learn the 2017 goal was surpassed by more than [Read More]

Toll Brothers get extension on The Cottages development project Toll Brothers get extension on The Cottages development project
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Ferguson Township supervisors voted to allow an extension to Toll Brothers’ The Cottages development project. The 90-day extension for the much-protested project was granted after conditions of the plan were not met by the Feb. 6 deadline. If the extension to the [Read More]

Mall retailers hope for more tenants, traffic Mall retailers hope for more tenants, traffic
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The signs read “Everything must go” at the Bon-Ton after the company announced it will be closing at the Nittany Mall, and some shopkeepers say they are wondering what is in store for the mall. J.C. Penney left in 2015, and Sears closed its doors for good Jan. 24. Dunham’s Sports did open u [Read More]

Centre County Spotlight: JEFF BROWN Centre County Spotlight: JEFF BROWN
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
When he first arrived in State College, Jeff Brown figured he was here for a temporary six-month pit stop along the road to a full-time broadcasting career in a larger market. In fact, he nearly gave up on State College upon arrival. Brown had been working part time at a Pittsburgh station, which ev [Read More]

Woman’s Resource Center seeks grant Woman’s Resource Center seeks grant
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Centre County Woman’s Resource Center is seeking a $300,000 grant to provide transitional housing for victims of domestic and sexual violence in Centre County. [Read More]

Public meeting to discuss potential new trail Public meeting to discuss potential new trail
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Centre County government will hold a public input meeting Thursday, Feb. 22, to discuss the potential Bellefonte-to-Milesburg trail. [Read More]

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