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Penn State Football Senior Day:  Ty Has the Longest Commitment ...    and Howle Penn State Football Senior Day: Ty Has the Longest Commitment ... and Howle
49 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
Since March 24, 2008, Ty Howle has been a part of Penn State football. He was the first player among 27 recruits in the Class of 2009 to verbally commit to become a Nittany Lion. And over the past 2,070 days, it has been a promise he's reaffirmed again and again. [Read More]
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Big Money Investment Targets Two State College Businesses Big Money Investment Targets Two State College Businesses
6 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“One of the numbers that’s on my mind frequently is that any small startup has a ten percent chance of failing every year,” Frank says. [Read More]

Penn State Football Has 'Tremendous Impact' On State College, Centre County Economy Penn State Football Has 'Tremendous Impact' On State College, Centre County Economy
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“With a Big Ten football game like Ohio State, we’re seeing all the hotels are basically sold out, which is good thing: those people, in turn, have to eat somewhere, they’ll probably head downtown for a bit of shopping, and they’ll stop at a local gas station on the way out of town,” Centr [Read More]

New CVS Store is Set to Open Soon New CVS Store is Set to Open Soon
4 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
The new location will take the place of the current CVS store in the Highland Center shopping plaza. “Freestanding stores tend to have better visibility and enhanced access for our customers,” DeAngelis says. [Read More]

New Photography Company Celebrates Launch New Photography Company Celebrates Launch
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
"I'm excited to be serving the State College community as a freelance photographer with my business, lux&umbra photography, which translates to 'light and dark' in Latin," says Shannon Brace. [Read More]

3-D Printing is a Solid Venture for Multidisciplinary Engineering Student 3-D Printing is a Solid Venture for Multidisciplinary Engineering Student
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
"There is no other term but 'limitless' for the applications of additive manufacturing," Sinclair says. "We are just at the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the possibilities of 3-D printing." [Read More]

Local Businesses Benefit from iPhone 6 Release Local Businesses Benefit from iPhone 6 Release
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
Everyone from local Apple service providers to stores that sell iPhone accessories have benefited from the release of the iPhone 6. [Read More]

Penn State President Intends to Push Entrepreneurship Among Faculty, Staff and Students Penn State President Intends to Push Entrepreneurship Among Faculty, Staff and Students
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
"We need to do more than just keep the doors open to innovation," Barron says. "We need deliberate strategies to promote economic development and a culture that rewards entrepreneurship." [Read More]

Multi-Million Dollar Sale of State College-Based Student Housing Firm Hits Snag Multi-Million Dollar Sale of State College-Based Student Housing Firm Hits Snag
6 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
In 2013, McWhirter described the deal as, "the biggest acquisition that has ever occurred, by far, in the student rental business." Copper Beech has several properties in the State College area including Copper Beech I and II, Oakwood, Oak Hill, Northbrook Greens, and Parkway Plaza. [Read More]

Commissioners Concerned County Could Outgrow Correctional Facility Commissioners Concerned County Could Outgrow Correctional Facility
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
Exarchos says officials see a growing issue with inmates suffering from mental health issues and substance abuse, which means a higher recidivism rate as such inmates are more likely to return to prison. Exarchos says county jails are becoming mental health institutions. [Read More]

Feds Continue Investigation Related to Restaurant Raids in State College Feds Continue Investigation Related to Restaurant Raids in State College
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
Authorities released few details about the operation and those detained. However, State College Police Chief Tom King told borough council Monday night that federal authorities cleared him to share a few more details about the operation. [Read More]

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