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Community Spotlight: Halloween Hustle 5k Supports the ACRES Project Community Spotlight: Halloween Hustle 5k Supports the ACRES Project
1 day 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]
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Good Grapes from a Hot, Dry Summer and Bucolic Settings Help Centre County Wineries Offer a Cozy Escape Good Grapes from a Hot, Dry Summer and Bucolic Settings Help Centre County Wineries Offer a Cozy Escape
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebekka Coakley, Town&Gown
It may not be a surprise that Pennsylvania’s craft wine industry is thriving, thanks to its agricultural focus. [Read More]

Philosophy of Hope Concert Goes Online to Benefit Jana Marie Foundation Philosophy of Hope Concert Goes Online to Benefit Jana Marie Foundation
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle
Jana Marie Foundation takes its second annual Philosophy of Hope concert online this year, for a virtual event benefiting the foundation’s mental health and wellness programming. The concert, which takes place 8-9 p.m. on Saturday, blends music, storytelling and other art forms to “bring listene [Read More]

Some Pandemic Etiquette for Our Walks and Runs Some Pandemic Etiquette for Our Walks and Runs
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
In an effort to make it easier for all of us to make it through this depression, I want to propose some etiquette rules for those of us getting exercise on the sidewalks and bike paths. [Read More]

Centre Safe Shines a Light on Domestic Violence Centre Safe Shines a Light on Domestic Violence
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
This October, Centre Safe will shine a light on domestic violence by illuminating the downtowns of Centre County in purple light as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. [Read More]

CATA to Temporarily Discontinue Express Routes CATA to Temporarily Discontinue Express Routes
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Low ridership numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic continue to impact the Centre Area Transportation Authority's bus services. [Read More]

Penn State Alum Hopes to Make Her Mark with Crust & Crumb Cafe Penn State Alum Hopes to Make Her Mark with Crust & Crumb Cafe
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - William Humphrey
After spending 15 years as an engineer, Penn State graduate Amber Winkler moved into the world of culinary arts. She recently opened Crust & Crumb Cafe, a new coffee shop and artisan bakery at 115 E. Beaver Ave. [Read More]

Churches to Host Online Blessing of Pets Churches to Host Online Blessing of Pets
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
St. Mark Lutheran Church in Howard and St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church in Pleasant Gap will host an online Blessing of Pets and Animals at 7 p.m. Sunday, October 4. The service can be seen on Facebook Live on the St. Mark Lutheran Church Snydertown Facebook page. [Read More]

‘AgtoberFEST’ to Highlight Happy Valley’s Agricultural Offerings ‘AgtoberFEST’ to Highlight Happy Valley’s Agricultural Offerings
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
With a goal of raising greater awareness about Centre County’s robust agricultural offerings, and encouraging local residents to explore their own backyard and support local businesses this fall, Happy Valley Agventures is planning a series of ‘AgtoberFEST’ events throughout October. [Read More]

State College Resident Selected to Run in Relay Benefiting National Down Syndrome Society State College Resident Selected to Run in Relay Benefiting National Down Syndrome Society
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
A local resident is one of 25 runners selected to take part in this weekend's National Down Syndrome Society Run for 3.21, a 260-mile relay taking place over three days to kick-off Down Syndrome Awareness Month and help to raise funds, awareness and acceptance for the Down syndrome community. [Read More]

Port Matilda Woman Discharged from Mount Nittany Medical Center After Monthlong Battle Against COVID-19 Port Matilda Woman Discharged from Mount Nittany Medical Center After Monthlong Battle Against COVID-19
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Hospitalized for more than 30 days as she battled COVID-19, 89-year-old Betty Knouse was discharged from Mount Nittany Medical Center this week. [Read More]

First Night State College Canceled Because of COVID-19 Concerns First Night State College Canceled Because of COVID-19 Concerns
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Most major events in Centre County have been canceled since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and 2020 will end with yet another annual festival being nixed. [Read More]

3 Leadership Lessons from a Quiet Man 3 Leadership Lessons from a Quiet Man
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jay Paterno
In times like these, we should recall those for whom leadership was a call to service and not a self-serving position to bellow boisterous, bogus bravado. One man that is often overlooked is General and President Dwight Eisenhower. For 2020 there are three elemental Eisenhower lessons that we’d do [Read More]

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