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Hub works to put farm-fresh food in local bellies Hub works to put farm-fresh food in local bellies
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — When Travis Lesser, the founder of Appalachian Food Works — the farmer-focused, nonprofit food hub that took root in 2018 — drives around Centre County, he can’t help but think about the several farms he sees and all the wonderful food they [Read More]
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Hahn presides over final council meeting as mayor Hahn presides over final council meeting as mayor
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Don Hahn has only been mayor of State College for two years, but when he handed off the gavel at the Dec. 2 borough council meeting, it marked the end of an era in local government. Elected magisterial district judge last month, Hahn’s resignation a mayor will take [Read More]

Community members express support, concerns for ‘Summers on Allen’ proposal Community members express support, concerns for ‘Summers on Allen’ proposal
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — State College Borough Council will vote in two weeks on a proposal to make South Allen Street a temporary pedestrian plaza for two month next summer, and at a public hearing on Dec. 2 community members offered their input. While the majority of comments received by council [Read More]

POLICE BLOTTER POLICE BLOTTER
6 days ago - Centre County Gazette
ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE A 41-year-old Port Matilda man reported to police that an unknown person applied for a loan using his personal information Oct. 18 to Nov. 11. The investigation is ongoing. › › › On Nov. 13 a driver struck a struck a deer while traveling [Read More]

Hub works to put farm-fresh food in local bellies Hub works to put farm-fresh food in local bellies
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — When Travis Lesser, the founder of Appalachian Food Works — the farmer-focused, nonprofit food hub that took root in 2018 — drives around Centre County, he can’t help but think about the several farms he sees and all the wonderful food they [Read More]

Making a connection Making a connection
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — The communities of Philipsburg and Snow Shoe now have a special connection, thanks to the work of a dedicated group of volunteers and local politicians. The Snow Shoe Rails to Trails Association and Rush Township supervisors have been working to have several roads in the [Read More]

Sandusky again sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison Sandusky again sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Jerry Sandusky on Friday was once again sentenced to 30 to 60 years in state prison for convictions on 45 counts of child sexual abuse. Pennsylvania Superior Court ruled earlier this year that mandatory minimums were improperly applied when the former Penn State football [Read More]

Ten Thousand Villages earns highest one-day sales in the U.S. Ten Thousand Villages earns highest one-day sales in the U.S.
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Ten Thousand Villages on 1341 S. Atherton St. has only been open for a little more than a year, but on Nov. 9, it had the highest sales of any of the Ten Thousand Villages Stores in the United States. Historically on this day, there is a discount of 25 percent off of all you [Read More]

POLICE BLOTTER POLICE BLOTTER
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE Police are investigating the theft of mail that occurred on Shirlyn Drive in Howard Township sometime Oct. 7-29. Postal inspectors have been notified of the incident. › › › Police said drug paraphernalia was seized from a residence on East [Read More]

Millheim Hotel hosts fundraiser for leukemia-stricken teen Millheim Hotel hosts fundraiser for leukemia-stricken teen
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
MILLHEIM — The residents of Penns Valley have long been known for helping fellow citizens in times of trouble. It’s one of those times for the family of Penns Valley resident Ronnie Ticknor Jr. Ticknor, a 16-year-old sophomore at Penns Valley Area High School, was recently [Read More]

CRAAC looks to install partition for more multitasking CRAAC looks to install partition for more multitasking
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso
STATE COLLEGE — There is always a lot going on at Centre Region Active Adult Center in the Nittany Mall, from dance classes to bridge games. After all, they don’t call it an active adult center for nothing. But, with so many activities going on, sometimes the programs disrupt each [Read More]

Group set to close on waterfront land Dec. 19 Group set to close on waterfront land Dec. 19
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — After years of sitting vacant, the Bellefonte waterfront property is officially about to have a new owner as developers plan to close the deal in December. Construction of a boutique hotel and parking garage could begin as early as spring. [Read More]

Proposed county budget shows no tax increase Proposed county budget shows no tax increase
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — For the 10th consecutive year, the county is looking at not raising real estate taxes as it sets the budget for 2020. The potential budget was discussed at the Nov. 19 Board of Commissioners meeting and will be available to view on the county website during a 20-day public review per [Read More]

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