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School Board Enters Home Stretch of High School Project Design School Board Enters Home Stretch of High School Project Design
4 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
SCASD Director of Physical Plant told the State College school board on Monday night that he has “very aggressive, bordering on unrealistic calendar” for the final stages of the high school project design phase. Bidding for preliminary site work over the summer will start on April 22. [Read More]

Severe Thunderstorm Brings Hail, Heavy Winds, and Flooded Roads Severe Thunderstorm Brings Hail, Heavy Winds, and Flooded Roads
5 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
A tornado watch is in effect through 10 p.m. and a flood advisory is in effect through 11 p.m. as ping pong ball-sized hail, strong winds, and heavy rain hit the town. Multiple areas of Atherton Street have been shut down for the time being due to road flooding, according to Alpha Fire Company. [Read More]

Woman Allegedly Assaults Police Officer Over Blue White Weekend Woman Allegedly Assaults Police Officer Over Blue White Weekend
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com Staff
First aid staff decided to take Fox to the Mount Nittany Medical Center for evaluation, and asked a police officer to accompany her during the ride. During the trip, Fox reportedly kept trying to remove the leather straps that held her down and threatened to kill the EMS staff transporting her. [Read More]

California Man Pleads Guilty to Ripping Off Kranich's in Multi-State Crime Spree California Man Pleads Guilty to Ripping Off Kranich's in Multi-State Crime Spree
12 hours ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com Staff
Prosecutors say Nguyen used fake identification and fraudulent credits cards to rip off jewelry stores in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and Las Vegas. Nguyen's crime spree allegedly took place between January and July 2014, totaling over $74,000 worth of stolen property. [Read More]

Debate About Basketball Players Leads to Felony Assault Charges Debate About Basketball Players Leads to Felony Assault Charges
12 hours ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com Staff
The victim, who reportedly tried to avoid a fight with Mondelice, told police that Mondelice broke a glass bottle over his head. Investigators say Modelice continued to threaten the victim's life as the man pulled broken glass from his neck. [Read More]

'Big Brother' Hopefuls Turn Out In Droves For Nittany Mall Auditions 'Big Brother' Hopefuls Turn Out In Droves For Nittany Mall Auditions
19 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"I've been watching 'Big Brother' since I was 11 or 12. Season six was the first one I saw, and I've watched every season since then," Huntingdon native Jake Barnish says. "I really love the game. For me, it's not even about the fame. It's about the $500,000." [Read More]

Thousands Run To Beaver Stadium In Support of Special Olympics Pennsylvania Thousands Run To Beaver Stadium In Support of Special Olympics Pennsylvania
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"I just think it’s a great community support," she says. "It has the Paterno family behind it, which draws a lot of supporters. They’re great supporters of Special Olympics Pennsylvania." Over 4,000 runners participated and the event raised nearly $400,000 in its sixth year. [Read More]

Fishermen Cast Their Lines as Trout Season Officially Begins Fishermen Cast Their Lines as Trout Season Officially Begins
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
In Pennsylvania, fly fishing and trout fishing are traditions, passed down from one generation to the next. "My grandfather is a real big outdoorsman and he’s the one who got me started with fishing," Tyler Bonitsky says. "I like to share that with him. I’ve really grown into it." [Read More]

Penn Staters Support Tim Shaw's ALS Battle at Saturday Event Penn Staters Support Tim Shaw's ALS Battle at Saturday Event
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"One of the things we've always preached at Penn State is that once you're a part of that football family, you're always a part of it," Jay Paterno says. "When family members need help, we help each other. When they asked me to come down, there was no question I would be here." [Read More]

Sixth Annual Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Walk/Run On Sunday Sixth Annual Paterno Family Beaver Stadium Walk/Run On Sunday
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Alex Calderaro
The run/walk will begin at Curtin Road, with participants completing the race through the players’ tunnel of Beaver Stadium, ending when they cross over the fifty-yard line. Proceeds from the event will help send more individuals to the Special Olympics Pennsylvania Summer Games. [Read More]

Blue-White Game Brings Tailgates, Creamery Lines, and Paterno Cutouts Blue-White Game Brings Tailgates, Creamery Lines, and Paterno Cutouts
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
Blue-White Saturday, the day of Penn State's spring football scrimmage, is here. "We take our tailgate very seriously," Shapiro says. "We've been coming up for two or three games a year for some time now. If I'm going to drive a couple hours to town, I'm going to do my tailgate right." [Read More]

Dropbox CEO to Penn State: Find Problems You Want to Solve Dropbox CEO to Penn State: Find Problems You Want to Solve
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
He describes the feeling of having a problem you can really enjoy solving like a dog chasing after a tennis ball: underneath the “totally ridiculous,” single-minded focus, there’s a real sense of happiness and joy. [Read More]

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