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FastTrack Accelerator Program Helps Community Members Build Businesses FastTrack Accelerator Program Helps Community Members Build Businesses
4 hours ago - StateCollege.com
Applications are open now through Oct. 26 for the next FastTrack Accelerator program for six to eight teams to go through a 15-week boot camp beginning Nov. 13. [Read More]
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County Looks to Solve Vulture Problem at Willowbank Building County Looks to Solve Vulture Problem at Willowbank Building
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Vultures have caused thousands of dollars in damage to Centre County's Willowbank Building in Bellefonte, and on Tuesday county commissioners approved a measure to bring a peaceful end to the birds' reign of destruction. [Read More]

50 Years after a Plane Crash Killed 4 Bellefonte Civic Leaders, a Son Finds Site of Tragedy 50 Years after a Plane Crash Killed 4 Bellefonte Civic Leaders, a Son Finds Site of Tragedy
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Sean Yoder, Town&Gown
They were first a party of three. But as Harold Flick steered his single-engine plane south toward the state capital from Bellefonte Skyport, he didn’t feel he could safely make it to Harrisburg through the overcast sky. [Read More]

The Rites of Fall The Rites of Fall
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Russell Frank
As entrances go, Jeff Brown’s was the grandest. Brown stormed into his first-year seminar with his phone to his ear, barking something along the lines of, “If you flunked the class, you flunked the class. There’s nothing I can do about it.” [Read More]

New Penn State Police Chief Looking Forward to Challenges and Opportunities New Penn State Police Chief Looking Forward to Challenges and Opportunities
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
New Penn State Police Chief of Operations Joseph Milek is up for a challenge. [Read More]

Penn State Blue Band Finds Newest Drum Major in 3-Year-Old Penn State Blue Band Finds Newest Drum Major in 3-Year-Old
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Ryen Gailey
Three-year-old Vincent Ciccarella doesn’t dream about playing for James Franklin or being the next Nittany Lion. Instead, he dreams, practices, and lives to be the next Blue Band drum major. [Read More]

Falcon Nest Appears on Penn State Campus Falcon Nest Appears on Penn State Campus
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
American Kestrels are North America’s smallest falcon — about the size of a robin and often overlooked while perched on a utility line, a preferred hunting location. They feed on small rodents, big insects and occasionally, small birds. They nest in cavities, often in natural tree holes, but see [Read More]

School Is Back in Session. How Can You Help? School Is Back in Session. How Can You Help?
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Joe Battista
Education is a team sport and it requires the attention and the efforts of the students, parents, school employees and the general public. Our educational institutions need our help if we are to help kids reach their potential. Our teachers need our support. Educating a child creates a return on inv [Read More]

The Runaround: Cheaters Never Win, but Sometimes They Do at First The Runaround: Cheaters Never Win, but Sometimes They Do at First
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Doug Schunk
The old saying ‘cheaters never prosper’ certainly holds up in many life situations, and that holds true for the running world as well, where several prominent cases of racing fraud have emerged over the years. [Read More]

Children of Plane Crash Victim Discuss Events of 50 Years Ago Children of Plane Crash Victim Discuss Events of 50 Years Ago
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Almost 50 years later, Kim Harpster, still won’t get on a plane. She is the daughter of Gerald “Jerry” W. Robison, one of four Bellefonte leaders who died in a plane crash while flying to Harrisburg Sept. 4, 1969 to meet with government officials about the Big Spring Bi-Centennial. [Read More]

Jonas Brothers Visit Four Diamonds Teen at Hershey Medical Center Jonas Brothers Visit Four Diamonds Teen at Hershey Medical Center
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Mikey Mandarino
Before their concert at Hersheypark Stadium, the Jonas Brothers stopped by Penn State Hershey Medical Center to visit 16-year-old Lily Jordan in her hospital room. [Read More]

Benefit Concert to Bring 'Philosophy of Hope' to Suicide Prevention Efforts Benefit Concert to Bring 'Philosophy of Hope' to Suicide Prevention Efforts
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
An all-star lineup of local musicians will join together later this month for a unique new benefit concert celebrating life and supporting efforts for mental well-being and suicide prevention. [Read More]

Community Diversity Group Honors Chatters-Smith, Webster's with Inaugural Awards Community Diversity Group Honors Chatters-Smith, Webster's with Inaugural Awards
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com
CDG honored Dr. Seria Chatters-Smith and Webster’s Bookstore and Café as the inaugural recipients of the Community Diversity Group Diversity & Inclusion Awards for individuals and organizations. [Read More]

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