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Elk Creek Hopes to Start a Tradition with Music Festival Elk Creek Hopes to Start a Tradition with Music Festival
50 seconds ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Last summer, after the Karoondinha Music and Arts Festival was called off, many musicians who were booked to play at the festival were left with no gigs for the weekend. So, the team at Elk Creek Café and Aleworks got together with local musicians and put together a small impromptu concert called E [Read More]
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Indigo Nightclub Closes Indigo Nightclub Closes
13 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Indigo nightclub in downtown State College is closing, but future plans for the 112 W. College Ave. location already seem to be in the works. [Read More]

Rotary Community Event to Support Jared Box Project Rotary Community Event to Support Jared Box Project
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Five local Rotary Clubs will collaborate for a celebration and service effort supporting the Jared Box Project. [Read More]

Bellefonte Renaissance: A Victorian Jewel Shines Again Bellefonte Renaissance: A Victorian Jewel Shines Again
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Samantha Chavanic, Town&Gown
A quick walk through Bellefonte’s downtown showcases the regeneration efforts spearheaded by the town’s borough council, county commissioners, entrepreneurs, and residents. New businesses, building restorations, and renovations of landmarks like the Cadillac Building and the former Garman Theatr [Read More]

College Coaches' Salaries and the Cost of Doing Business College Coaches' Salaries and the Cost of Doing Business
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
On May 25, Penn State filed its annual Right-to-Know Law Report with the governor’s office, the General Assembly, the Auditor General and the State Library. It then takes a few weeks to get released to the public, and when it invariably does, it makes the news. [Read More]

StateCollege.com Columnist Wins National Honor StateCollege.com Columnist Wins National Honor
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
StateCollege.com columnist Russell Frank was recently honored for his work by the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. [Read More]

Spring Township Police First in County to Use License Plate Readers Spring Township Police First in County to Use License Plate Readers
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Spring Township Police Department cruisers are now equipped with license plate reader technology that automatically scans vehicle tags and detects violations. [Read More]

Playa Bowls to Open State College Location Playa Bowls to Open State College Location
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Callaway Turner
New Jersey-based açai bowl chain Playa Bowls is opening a new location in State College, located at 482 East Calder Way below The Legacy apartment building. [Read More]

Art, Nature and History Converge at Rhoneymeade Sculpture Garden Art, Nature and History Converge at Rhoneymeade Sculpture Garden
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Karen Walker
Tucked away along Route 45, between Boalsburg and Centre Hall proper, lies a charming oasis where agriculture, history, nature and art intersect in an informal, yet purposefully designed, setting. [Read More]

The Pack is Full. Will He Hoist It? Stay Tuned. The Pack is Full. Will He Hoist It? Stay Tuned.
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
I bought a new backpack this spring without it ever occurring to me that I might soon be too old for backpacking, if I’m not too old already. [Read More]

Traffic Pattern Change Coming to Atherton Street Project Traffic Pattern Change Coming to Atherton Street Project
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
With construction and utility relocation continuing for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's multi-year North Atherton Street improvement project, motorists can expect a change in traffic pattern through part of the work zone and continued lane closures and travel delays. [Read More]

Congregation Opens Giving Garden to the Public Congregation Opens Giving Garden to the Public
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Over at Mount Nittany United Methodist Church, Joanna Jones likes to say to the congregation on Branch Road in State College that “church is a verb.” To Jones and her husband, Bob, the verbs are gardening and giving. [Read More]

CATA Among First Recipients of Vanpool Grants CATA Among First Recipients of Vanpool Grants
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Centre Area Transportation Authority is one of two inaugural grant recipients of Pennsylvania's Vanpool Incentive Program to provide low-cost alternatives for people to commute to work. [Read More]

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