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20 Years in the Making: CPI Accredited to Award Degrees 20 Years in the Making: CPI Accredited to Award Degrees
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sean Yoder
The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Technology has become the second institution of its kind in the state to receive accreditation to award degrees. [Read More]
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A Little Piece of Happy Valley Is Always Good for the Soul A Little Piece of Happy Valley Is Always Good for the Soul
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Joe Battista
When you live in State College it often feels like everyone comes to visit you to get his or her little piece of Happy Valley. [Read More]

Proposed Development at Former Mobile Home Park Site a 'Town Center' Concept Proposed Development at Former Mobile Home Park Site a 'Town Center' Concept
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The proposed plan for the former Penn State Mobile Home Park site and adjacent properties on North Atherton Street would have a 'downtown' feel, developers said at last week's Patton Township Board of Supervisors meeting. [Read More]

20 Years in the Making: CPI Accredited to Award Degrees 20 Years in the Making: CPI Accredited to Award Degrees
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sean Yoder
The Central Pennsylvania Institute of Technology has become the second institution of its kind in the state to receive accreditation to award degrees. [Read More]

Penn State Overhauls Access to Campus Recreation Buildings Penn State Overhauls Access to Campus Recreation Buildings
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Access to Penn State campus recreation facilities at Rec Hall, McCoy Natatorium, IM Building and White Building will be further restricted, and for community members who are not university students, faculty or staff -- or married to one -- the spaces will be mostly off-limits. [Read More]

Roller Derby Gaining Popularity in State College Roller Derby Gaining Popularity in State College
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Tommy Butler
As a fan, watching a State College Area Roller Derby bout is an impressive experience. Strategies are set up on the fly, big hits are put on and acrobatic moves are on display, making roller derby a sporting experience unlike any other. [Read More]

Westerly Parkway to Be Reduced to One Lane for Road Work Westerly Parkway to Be Reduced to One Lane for Road Work
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com staff
The State College Public Works Department will be performing road maintenance on Westerly Parkway that will require crews to reduce traffic to a single lane. [Read More]

Bacteria or Virus? Antibiotics Are Not Always the Answer Bacteria or Virus? Antibiotics Are Not Always the Answer
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Barbara H. Cole, Town&Gown
Unfortunately, overuse of penicillin and other antibiotics can cause other problems for both individual patients and the general population. That’s why it’s important to take antibiotics only for true bacterial infections, including whooping cough, strep throat, and urinary tract infections. [Read More]

FDA Panel Backs Cancer Treatment That Saved Emily Whitehead FDA Panel Backs Cancer Treatment That Saved Emily Whitehead
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, G. Kerry Webster
A miracle in the making since 2010 may save thousands of young lives come September, should the Food and Drug Administration approve the first-ever treatment that genetically alters a patient’s own cells to fight cancer. That miracle is represented by 12-year-old Emily Whitehead, of Philipsburg. [Read More]

Joe Humphreys Student Angling Fund Supports 80-Year-Old Fly-Fishing Course Joe Humphreys Student Angling Fund Supports 80-Year-Old Fly-Fishing Course
3 days ago - StateCollege.com
The fly-fishing course, which began in the 1930s, is still offered today as a general education offering in the Department of Kinesiology in large part due to the Joe Humphreys Student Angling Fund, which supports instructors and helps provide equipment to students. [Read More]

Snapshot: Millbrook Playhouse Artistic Director David Leidholdt Snapshot: Millbrook Playhouse Artistic Director David Leidholdt
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Harry Zimbler, Town&Gown
The summer theater season is well under way at the Millbrook Playhouse. The actors are performing, and the tech crews are working their magic, hanging lights and sewing costumes. At the center of this creative vortex is Artistic Director David Leidholdt. More than anyone else, he is responsible for [Read More]

TGIF: State College Weekend Events for July 21-23 TGIF: State College Weekend Events for July 21-23
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
It's another great summer weekend with much to do around the area. Events all weekend long will celebrate our natural environment, with a variety activities happening at local and nearby state parks. [Read More]

Gamble Mill Back on the Market Gamble Mill Back on the Market
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sean Yoder
Gamble Mill is back on the market as the potential buyer backed out after months of speculation on when the deal would close. [Read More]

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