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See Trace Run: McSorley Rushes Toward Exclusive 9,000/2,000 Club See Trace Run: McSorley Rushes Toward Exclusive 9,000/2,000 Club
4 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
BLOOMINGTON, IND. — Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley ran for 107 yards and two TDs vs. Indiana on Saturday. He isn't zeroing in on the exclusive 9,000-yard passing/2,000-yard running club because he wants to. It’s because he has to. [Read More]
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See Trace Run: McSorley Rushes Toward Exclusive 9,000/2,000 Club See Trace Run: McSorley Rushes Toward Exclusive 9,000/2,000 Club
4 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
BLOOMINGTON, IND. — Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley ran for 107 yards and two TDs vs. Indiana on Saturday. He isn't zeroing in on the exclusive 9,000-yard passing/2,000-yard running club because he wants to. It’s because he has to. [Read More]

WPSU to Host Kids Carnival WPSU to Host Kids Carnival
13 hours ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com staff
WPSU will welcome families to its annual kids’ carnival, Eventapalooza, for an “Odd Squad”-themed afternoon at Penn State Innovation Park. The free event will be held from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at 100 Innovation Boulevard in State College. [Read More]

For Good Troupe Shines Spotlight on Performers Who Have Down Syndrome For Good Troupe Shines Spotlight on Performers Who Have Down Syndrome
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Special to StateCollege.com
Walk into the auditorium at State College's Delta Program on a Saturday morning during spring and fall semesters, and you are likely to find a community theater group like no other rehearsing their favorite songs. Since 2012, the For Good Troupe has paired performers who have Down syndrome with com [Read More]

Penn State Arboretum Hosts Annual Pumpkin Festival Penn State Arboretum Hosts Annual Pumpkin Festival
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Report
With Halloween right around the corner, the 8th annual Pumpkin Festival is taking center stage at Penn State's Arboretum. [Read More]

Downtown State College Business Closing After Nearly 70 Years Downtown State College Business Closing After Nearly 70 Years
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
A fixture of downtown State College for seven decades will soon be closing. [Read More]

TGIF: State College Weekend Events for Oct. 19-21 TGIF: State College Weekend Events for Oct. 19-21
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
It's feeling like fall and the weekend is packed with festivals and Halloween-themed events to celebrate the season. You'll also find concerts, including Metallica's first Bryce Jordan Center performance in 21 years, theater, sports and much more. [Read More]

4 Critical Areas Where James Franklin Says Penn State is Out of Balance 4 Critical Areas Where James Franklin Says Penn State is Out of Balance
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
The Nittany Lions are a bit off-kilter in four key places, beyond the loss column. Says who? James Franklin, that’s who. [Read More]

Penn State Thespians Present ‘Young Frankenstein’ Penn State Thespians Present ‘Young Frankenstein’
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Derek Bannister
Penn State Thespians present "Young Frankenstein" in Schwab Auditorium this week — a musical rendition of Mel Brooks’ hit 1974 comedy. [Read More]

State College Ranked Among Best Places to Raise a Family State College Ranked Among Best Places to Raise a Family
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The State College area is one of the top 10 places in the United States to raise a family, according to a new ranking from the website Livability. [Read More]

Q&A with Joel Weidner, on the New Ten Thousand Villages Fair Trade Store in State College Q&A with Joel Weidner, on the New Ten Thousand Villages Fair Trade Store in State College
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mark Brackenbury, Town&Gown
For a quarter-century, Centre County residents have helped to support the nonprofit fair trade organization Ten Thousand Villages. [Read More]

College Township Intersection Among Several Projects to Receive Funding College Township Intersection Among Several Projects to Receive Funding
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Centre County Commissioners on Tuesday advanced applications for state and federal funding to support several public works projects. [Read More]

How Things Have Changed: Archery Hunting Then and Now How Things Have Changed: Archery Hunting Then and Now
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Mark Nale
Pennsylvania held its first archery deer season in 1951. Only 5,542 people purchased the necessary $2 archery license so they could hunt in the bucks-only season. Those 5,000-plus hunters reported killing 33 bucks, which amounted to far less than one-tenth of 1 percent of the total deer harvest that [Read More]

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