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A Round for the 'Skeller Rats' A Round for the 'Skeller Rats'
23 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Sean Yoder, Town&Gown
From Case Studies to table carvings, the All-American Rathskeller holds special memories for Penn Staters and locals alike. [Read More]
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Whitehall Road Regional Park Will Be a Gift to Area Youth Whitehall Road Regional Park Will Be a Gift to Area Youth
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - John Hook
What a great holiday season this turned out to be for the youth of Happy Valley. The children of the Centre Region should soon enjoy the benefits of the largest park ever built in this area. [Read More]

Hahn to Take Office as State College Mayor Hahn to Take Office as State College Mayor
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
New year, new mayor. State College Borough will begin official business for 2018 on Tuesday with the swearing in of new Mayor Don Hahn. He succeeds Elizabeth Goreham, who after two four-year terms in office chose not to run for re-election. [Read More]

Centre County Library's Memory Lab to Help Preserve Outdated Media Centre County Library's Memory Lab to Help Preserve Outdated Media
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
The Pennsylvania Room, part of the Centre County Library and Historical Museum in Bellefonte, has recently launched a Memory Lab. The goal is to convert old tapes, cassettes, floppy discs, slides and negatives into modern formats. [Read More]

Watch: 5-Year-Old Fan Doesn't Want Saquon Barkley to Leave Watch: 5-Year-Old Fan Doesn't Want Saquon Barkley to Leave
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Elissa Hill
Barkley’s lasting legacy will stretch far beyond his play on the field in his three seasons in State College, including in the hearts of Penn State fans everywhere — even 5-year-old Gianna, who can’t understand why Barkley would ever want to play for any other team. [Read More]

Clearing Out the Clutter for a New Year Clearing Out the Clutter for a New Year
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Patty Kleban
One of my vows for 2018 is to start decluttering my life. I need to start getting rid of the stuff that I no longer need. In examining the list of things that need to be decluttered in my life in the coming year, getting rid of the actual physical “stuff” is likely going to be the easiest. [Read More]

Despite Frigid Weather, Crowds Celebrate the New Year at First Night State College Despite Frigid Weather, Crowds Celebrate the New Year at First Night State College
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Some years temperatures are warm enough that the ice sculptures at First Night State College never make it to midnight in their intended form, slowly (or sometimes rapidly) melting away throughout the day and night. That certainly wasn't a problem this year. [Read More]

High School Freshman to Perform at First Night High School Freshman to Perform at First Night
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Jodi Morelli
New to this year’s First Night performance schedule is a Centre County teen who has performed in numerous local musical and theater productions for many years. [Read More]

State College to Welcome 2018 with First Night State College to Welcome 2018 with First Night
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Jodi Morelli
Downtown State College will once again play host to the biggest New Year’s Eve party in Central Pennsylvania. [Read More]

State College Native's Novel Selected for Centre County Reads 2018 State College Native's Novel Selected for Centre County Reads 2018
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com staff
Centre County Reads has featured a wide range of acclaimed works by authors from around the world since its inception in 2003. This year's selection for the 15th annual one book, one community read will come from a writer with local roots. [Read More]

Fullington Auto Bus Once Again Fully Family-Owned Fullington Auto Bus Once Again Fully Family-Owned
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The transportation service provider announced on Thursday that Michael and Lory Fullington had re-purchased all outstanding stock share from the previous parent company, RATP Dev, a global transportation business based in Paris. [Read More]

One Business Closes, Another to Open in College Township Plaza One Business Closes, Another to Open in College Township Plaza
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
A clothing store has closed and another business is getting ready to open in the same College Township shopping plaza. [Read More]

The Old Pennsylvania Mirror: When a Morning Newspaper Went to Sleep The Old Pennsylvania Mirror: When a Morning Newspaper Went to Sleep
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Bill Horlacher
Forty years ago this week, central Pennsylvania’s upstart daily newspaper, The Pennsylvania Mirror, was laid to rest when its final edition appeared on Dec. 31, 1977. The Mirror is dead, buried and forgotten. But how could the unforgettable Mirror ever be forgotten? [Read More]

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