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Opening Date Set for Scholar Hotel in Glennland Building Opening Date Set for Scholar Hotel in Glennland Building
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
A new era for the historic Glennland Building in downtown State College will begin early next year. [Read More]
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Bellefonte Art Museum’s Cranes Project Sends Inspiration Around the Nation – and the World Bellefonte Art Museum’s Cranes Project Sends Inspiration Around the Nation – and the World
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Elizabeth Molek, Town&Gown
The Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County is taking resourcefulness during the pandemic to a higher level, while simultaneously spreading messages of hope. [Read More]

Community Spotlight: Halloween Hustle 5k Supports the ACRES Project Community Spotlight: Halloween Hustle 5k Supports the ACRES Project
1 week ago - StateCollege.com
With traditional fundraisers canceled this year due to the pandemic, the ACRES Project invites the community to participate in a Halloween-themed virtual 5K fundraiser, the ACRES Halloween Hustle. [Read More]

Drive-Up Costume Contest Offers a New Twist on Centre Region Halloween Celebration Drive-Up Costume Contest Offers a New Twist on Centre Region Halloween Celebration
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle
Centre Region Parks and Recreation is offering local families a fun way to safely celebrate Halloween this year. [Read More]

Lunch with Mimi: Inspired by Community That Helped Her, Michelle DiMidio Started Alliance for G.O.O.D. to Assist Others with a Variety of Needs Lunch with Mimi: Inspired by Community That Helped Her, Michelle DiMidio Started Alliance for G.O.O.D. to Assist Others with a Variety of Needs
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Town & Gown
A personal trainer, wife, and mother, Michelle DiMidio in April started Alliance for G.O.O.D. (Giving Others Our Donation), a grassroots effort to help local families struggling with any sort of need related to the pandemic. [Read More]

A Connection to Our Community and Personal Histories A Connection to Our Community and Personal Histories
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
As I looked from headstone to headstone I felt a number of different emotions – astonishment, sadness, awe, surprise, wonder, intrigue. [Read More]

Wildlife for Everyone Breaks Ground on Accessible Wetlands Project Wildlife for Everyone Breaks Ground on Accessible Wetlands Project
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The Wildlife for Everyone Foundation on Saturday broke ground on the Soaring Eagle Wetlands project designed to make nature accessible for all individuals regardless of physical limitation. [Read More]

Schlow Library to Host Virtual Event with Author Elizabeth Rush Schlow Library to Host Virtual Event with Author Elizabeth Rush
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Amy Fellin Caputo
Acclaimed author and Pulitzer Prize finalist Elizabeth Rush will make a virtual visit to the Centre Region on Wednesday as part of activities recognizing the 50th anniversary this year of Earth Day. [Read More]

Indiana, Indiana, Indiana: 10 Ways Penn State Football Can Win This Week Indiana, Indiana, Indiana: 10 Ways Penn State Football Can Win This Week
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
With its 2020 football season-opener finally almost upon us, here are 10 ways the Nittany Lions and Penn State can win on and off the field. [Read More]

Philipsburg Farmer’s Market to Feature Special Crafter’s Fair This Weekend Philipsburg Farmer’s Market to Feature Special Crafter’s Fair This Weekend
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
The Philipsburg Revitalization Corporation (PRC) is adding a special element to its farmer’s market this Saturday, Oct. 17: a crafter’s fair featuring handmade items. [Read More]

Micro-Hospital Planned for Patton Township Micro-Hospital Planned for Patton Township
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Penn Highlands Healthcare intends to build a micro-hospital and medical office building near Colonnade Boulevard and Waddle Road in Patton Township. [Read More]

Q&A with Pink Zone President Mitch Kirsch Q&A with Pink Zone President Mitch Kirsch
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Mark Brackenbury, Town&Gown
These are challenging times for all nonprofits, with a national focus on the pandemic and so many people struggling financially. The search for a new executive director added even more to the mix at Pink Zone, which helps lead the fight against breast cancer by raising funds and mobilizing resources [Read More]

A Letter from Uncle Sam to Our Young Century A Letter from Uncle Sam to Our Young Century
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
Dear 21st Century, What the heck? You’ve been nothing but trouble from the day you were born, and now that you’ve left your teens and might be expected to show a little maturity, you’re wreaking havoc on an even more terrible scale. [Read More]

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