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Former Penn State Student Behind HUB Shooting Threat Sentenced Former Penn State Student Behind HUB Shooting Threat Sentenced
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"Threats of violence are never funny," district attorney Stacy Parks Miller says. "Police can figure out who you are, even if you are online and think you are hidden, and the consequences are serious. This kind of behavior is not a joke.” [Read More]
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Former Penn State Student Behind HUB Shooting Threat Sentenced Former Penn State Student Behind HUB Shooting Threat Sentenced
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"Threats of violence are never funny," district attorney Stacy Parks Miller says. "Police can figure out who you are, even if you are online and think you are hidden, and the consequences are serious. This kind of behavior is not a joke.” [Read More]

School District Continues Negotiations With Teacher's Union School District Continues Negotiations With Teacher's Union
9 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
As summer rounds the bend, the State College Area School District is getting closer to the deadline to have a new contract with its teachers. The contracts have a direct impact on the district’s educational costs – meaning they also have a direct impact on taxpayers. [Read More]

Penn State Wants CYS to Testify in Sandusky Victim Lawsuit Penn State Wants CYS to Testify in Sandusky Victim Lawsuit
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
"'Upon written request, a subject of a report may receive a copy of all information...'" university attorneys argue, quoting from a Pennsylvania statute. "Thus, because Plaintiff was the child who was the 'subject of the report,' he may obtain the requested information." [Read More]

State College Ranked Best Town In Pennsylvania, 14th In Nation State College Ranked Best Town In Pennsylvania, 14th In Nation
15 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
State College edged out DuBois, Huntingdon, Bloomsburg, and Spring Township in the ranking for best Pennsylvania town. Ferguson Township and Patton Township did well in the rankings as well, coming in as the fifth and eighth best Pennsylvania suburbs respectively. [Read More]

Alleged Sandusky Victim Pushes Courts for Criminal Charges Alleged Sandusky Victim Pushes Courts for Criminal Charges
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The victim, whose name was not released at his attorney's request, says Sandusky molested him while attending a football camp at the university in June of 1988. [Read More]

Real Flames, Fake Disaster: University Park Airport Prepares for the Worst Real Flames, Fake Disaster: University Park Airport Prepares for the Worst
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
The runway of the University Park Airport was filled with flames and the sound of blaring sirens. Although it was just an emergency drill with no real danger, there was a sense of tension as area fire companies battled the blaze engulfing the plane that “crash landed” on the runway. [Read More]

Veteran-Owned Small Company Aims to 'Bring Manufacturing Back to the USA' Veteran-Owned Small Company Aims to 'Bring Manufacturing Back to the USA'
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
Three years ago, John Bonislawski was building components for military defense projects in his basement. “I spent a long time working for companies that were sending jobs overseas,” he says. “I want to continue bringing manufacturing back into the USA.” [Read More]

NCAA Demands Mountain of Documents From Paternos in New Subpoena NCAA Demands Mountain of Documents From Paternos in New Subpoena
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
One the final requests neatly sums up the spirit of the subpoena: "[The NCAA requests] every public statement you made about the consent decree, the Freeh report, the NCAA, or this litigation." Paterno family lawyers have 20 days to object to the subpoena. [Read More]

Changing Gears: Unclaimed Bikes Hitting Auction Block for Charity Changing Gears: Unclaimed Bikes Hitting Auction Block for Charity
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
Turning one person's lost goods into another person's good fortune. Instead of collecting rust and dust in storage, the lost bikes of Ferguson Township will finally be able to ride the streets again. [Read More]

Ballet Version of 'Wizard of Oz' Hits the Stage Soon Ballet Version of 'Wizard of Oz' Hits the Stage Soon
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Anne Walker
"We tried to stay close to the original story," says Maciejczyk, "and we've given it a new dimension by making it a community event.” The ballet features an Iron Furnace worker as the Tin Man, a set depicting the Allen Street Grill, the Corner Room and The Tavern. [Read More]

Police 'Can't Go Victimless' in Kappa Delta Rho Investigation; Fraternity Brother Who Went to Police Speaks Out Police 'Can't Go Victimless' in Kappa Delta Rho Investigation; Fraternity Brother Who Went to Police Speaks Out
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“It takes a lot of effort and courage to pursue charges, and it can also be an embarrassing process,” Robb says. “We’ve explained to the women what their options are, and they’re exercising their right to think it over.” [Read More]

Farmers Markets score big in State College Area Farmers Markets score big in State College Area
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Connie Cousins
It is wonderful to have the markets starting up again and most everyone I know enjoys selecting fresh produce. The Buy Fresh/Buy Local (BFBL) movement is well known in Centre County and the Farmers' Markets are partners in that, as are many restaurants, grocers and caterers. [Read More]

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