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Board Passes High School Project Floor Plan, Explores Revenue Sources Board Passes High School Project Floor Plan, Explores Revenue Sources
1 hour ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The State College area school district board met on Monday night, voting on the State High Project 90 percent floor plan. The updated floor plan establishes the final building configuration and allows the developers to complete mechanical, electrical, and plumbing drawings. [Read More]
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Board Passes High School Project Floor Plan, Explores Revenue Sources Board Passes High School Project Floor Plan, Explores Revenue Sources
1 hour ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
The State College area school district board met on Monday night, voting on the State High Project 90 percent floor plan. The updated floor plan establishes the final building configuration and allows the developers to complete mechanical, electrical, and plumbing drawings. [Read More]

Schwab Auditorium Balcony Collapses, One Person Hospitalized Schwab Auditorium Balcony Collapses, One Person Hospitalized
9 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
According to a news release from the university, a small section of the balcony overhang fell during the event at approximately 11:25 a.m. One person was taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center for minor injuries and another was treated and released by EMTs on site. [Read More]

Nittany Lions Help Team USA to Two Gold Medals Nittany Lions Help Team USA to Two Gold Medals
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Evan Murach
Three former women's volleyball National Champions captured gold medals in the Pan American Games and Volleyball World Gran Prix on the same day. [Read More]

I Did it Myself: Bi-Fold Doors, Dopamine & Experiential Learning I Did it Myself: Bi-Fold Doors, Dopamine & Experiential Learning
12 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Patty Kleban
I found myself beaming when the doors were up, even, and could open and close without incident. I grabbed the drill, put the holes in the door and then put on the hardware. In my opinion, they are the best bi-fold closet doors in Centre County. I did it myself. [Read More]

New Champs Sports Grill May Be Coming Downtown New Champs Sports Grill May Be Coming Downtown
15 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
Segal confirms that he and his partners at S. C. Boys, Inc. are considering opening up a second Champs Sports Grill at the prime downtown location. Champs, located at 1611 N. Atherton St., is a popular spot to grab dinner, a drink or to take in a game. [Read More]

The Last Cruise: Car Owners Flaunt Their Best For Youth Services Bureau The Last Cruise: Car Owners Flaunt Their Best For Youth Services Bureau
16 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"My son does all the mechanical work and I do all the cosmetic work," Stephen Amspacher says. "It’s over five years of our spare time, and it’s beyond spare time if you know what I mean, since you often work until one or two in the morning. We’ve been into cars all our life." [Read More]

Community-Friendly Solar Conference Pushing Boundaries of Sustainability Community-Friendly Solar Conference Pushing Boundaries of Sustainability
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"While it is a technical conference in that we’ll present new things that are happening in the field, it’s totally welcoming to community members and to people who are looking for change around solar energy and sustainability," conference chair Jim Brownson says. [Read More]

Recognizing the Symptoms of a Silent Heart Attack Recognizing the Symptoms of a Silent Heart Attack
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
“Women often experience chest pain differently, such as fatigue or tiredness, and not the typical pressure in the center of their chest,” Chambers said. “Diabetics may have damaged nerve fibers and therefore may have less ability to sense pain.” [Read More]

Tour de State College: Charity Bike Race Comes to Town Next Week Tour de State College: Charity Bike Race Comes to Town Next Week
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“Here in State College, we have a marathon, thousands of 5k’s, lots of football and hockey, but we don’t have a bike race. And we felt this race would be most reflective of who we are as a community if we donated the money we make to help people locally.” [Read More]

Flutists Serenade Runners to Benefit Charitable Health Care Initiative Flutists Serenade Runners to Benefit Charitable Health Care Initiative
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
"Together we can make a difference aiding with a variety of needs both here in the U.S. and abroad, ranging from lack of food, shelter, and medical care to personal safety and education," Flutopia creator Cathy Herrera says. [Read More]

Friends Raise Money for Family of Scooter Accident Victim Joel Reed Friends Raise Money for Family of Scooter Accident Victim Joel Reed
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
“I have been friends with Deanne Reed since we were in middle school,” Ebun Adewumi says. “Through Deanne I met Joel and saw what an amazing and caring guy he was. I would love to be able to set Deanne and the boys up with a little financial security.” [Read More]

Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS Adopt-A-Pet at Centre County PAWS
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - StateCollege.com Staff
Junebug is a bit of a mystery girl. She came to Centre County PAWS as a stray so not much is known about her past. Junebug iis a four-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback/Labrador Retriever mix and she is housebroken. [Read More]

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