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Repairs Continue on Historic Penns Valley Church Repairs Continue on Historic Penns Valley Church
6 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Sam Stitzer
The historic Egg Hill church in Potter Township is undergoing some necessary repairs to its foundation. [Read More]
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Artist Creates Sculptures Out of Branches, Tree Limbs and Twine on Front Lawns in State College Artist Creates Sculptures Out of Branches, Tree Limbs and Twine on Front Lawns in State College
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Robin Crawford, Town&Gown
As a graduate student in Penn State’s School of Visual Arts, Alex Russell was frustrated when she lost access to her studio due to the coronavirus pandemic. A sculptor who works with natural and found materials on campus, she found herself thinking about ways to continue her art. Working in her sm [Read More]

Want to Start Getting Back to Normal? Wear Your Mask Want to Start Getting Back to Normal? Wear Your Mask
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Joe Battista
We need all hands on deck to defeat the coronavirus. That means all of us doing our part and controlling what we can control to assist. It means making some short-term sacrifices for long term gains. [Read More]

Centred Outdoors Encourages Safe Adventuring in 2020 Centred Outdoors Encourages Safe Adventuring in 2020
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
The program established by ClearWater Conservancy is “keeping the adventure going” by providing online guidance for folks to get up and outside to explore the bountiful natural resources in our own backyard. [Read More]

Penn State Berkey Creamery to Reopen on Monday Penn State Berkey Creamery to Reopen on Monday
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Matt DiSanto
The Berkey Creamery will reopen its store with a limited capacity and services as well as adjusted hours. [Read More]

With One Store Already in the Works, Aldi Eyes Second Centre Region Location With One Store Already in the Works, Aldi Eyes Second Centre Region Location
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Construction has yet to begin on Aldi's first State College area store, but the discount grocery chain is already looking at a location for a second. [Read More]

Taxiway Improvement Project Moving Forward at University Park Airport Taxiway Improvement Project Moving Forward at University Park Airport
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Penn State's Board of Trustees on Friday approved a $34.8 million taxiway rehabilitation project at University Park Airport. The project will be mostly funded by the Federal Aviation Administration, with some additional money coming from the Passenger Facility Charge. [Read More]

Ferguson Township Sets Guidelines on Conducting Business Outdoors Ferguson Township Sets Guidelines on Conducting Business Outdoors
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
“We are definitely stuck between a rock and a hard place,” Ryan Gruhn, owner of Central PA MMA, told Ferguson Township supervisors July 6 during a hearing on a resolution that establishes guidelines for outdoor sales of food and merchandise amid the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]

It Takes a Corps of Dedicated Volunteers to Help Maintain the Area’s Popular Trails It Takes a Corps of Dedicated Volunteers to Help Maintain the Area’s Popular Trails
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebekka Coakley, Town&Gown
Throughout Centre County, hikers, mountain bikers, and runners have plenty of trails on which to pursue their hobbies and build their skills. Rothrock State Forest alone has roughly 320 miles to explore. And while stores, restaurants, and gyms were closed to keep people safe from COVID-19, popularit [Read More]

Community Spotlight: Duffy's Boalsburg Tavern Community Spotlight: Duffy's Boalsburg Tavern
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
At Duffy's Boalsburg Tavern, 113 E. Main St. in Boalsburg, we have spread our patio into the parking lot. This allows us to promote social distancing and has worked very well, as the tables are between 8 and 12 feet apart. [Read More]

No AC in July Seemed Like It Might Be a Breath of Fresh Air. How Wrong I Was No AC in July Seemed Like It Might Be a Breath of Fresh Air. How Wrong I Was
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
This past week however, the “spending as much time as possible at home” portion of pandemic life became a nightmare. Not because four months of isolation with no end in sight finally caused us to re-evaluate our thoughts about the pandemic. No, it was because our central air-conditioning system [Read More]

CATA to Reinstate Fares with Increase in August CATA to Reinstate Fares with Increase in August
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The Centre Area Transportation Authority will once again begin collecting fares in August, and riders will see an increase in cost for the first time since 2017. [Read More]

CREST Volunteers Are Trained to Help Lost or Injured Hikers, Bikers and Hunters – but That’s Not All They Do CREST Volunteers Are Trained to Help Lost or Injured Hikers, Bikers and Hunters – but That’s Not All They Do
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Karen Walker, Town&Gown
Whenever a person goes missing in Centre County, there is a local team comprised mainly of volunteers that are ready, willing, and well-trained to aid in the search. The Centre Region Emergency Strike Team, or CREST, is the wilderness search and rescue/specialty disaster support division of Centre L [Read More]

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