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Bill to Keep NCAA Fine Money in Pennsylvania Passes in House Bill to Keep NCAA Fine Money in Pennsylvania Passes in House
76 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Nate Mink
The state’s House of Representatives passed a bill Wednesday that would require the $60 million in fines Penn State owes the NCAA be used exclusively in Pennsylvania. [Read More]
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U.S. Senator Casey Honored for Contributions to Penn State U.S. Senator Casey Honored for Contributions to Penn State
5 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
“As an institution of higher learning, as a major economic force in our commonwealth and maybe most significantly as a research institution, Penn State is going to have a substantially bright future, but that won’t happen unless we all keep working together,” Casey says. [Read More]

Reports: Kane Investigation into Sandusky Case Finds Corbett Did Not Delay Reports: Kane Investigation into Sandusky Case Finds Corbett Did Not Delay
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
Though the Kane's report has not been released to the public, sources who read the report have told media outlets that it finds Corbett did not mishandle the Sanduksy investigation. [Read More]

Voters to Decide School Referendum Tuesday, Many Other Options in Primary Election  Voters to Decide School Referendum Tuesday, Many Other Options in Primary Election
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Jennifer Miller
State College area voters are faced with many choices in Tuesday's Primary Election. None of those choices will be bigger than the referendum vote on proposed renovations for the State College Area High School. [Read More]

Documents Filed Challenging Jay Paterno's Nominating Petitions in Race for Lt. Gov. Documents Filed Challenging Jay Paterno's Nominating Petitions in Race for Lt. Gov.
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
"Any one of those takes him off the ballot," Otter says. "It's just a lot of mistakes, for instance he ran as a Democrat and a number of Republicans signed his petition pages. That's a strike if you challenge it." Otter also claims that some people signed more than once. [Read More]

Going One-on-One With Jay Paterno as Former Coach Turns to Politics Going One-on-One With Jay Paterno as Former Coach Turns to Politics
23 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
"If you don't challenge yourself to do great things you're never going to do great things," he says. ... I felt like the best place for me to make a big impact on the state of Pennsylvania, and for the people of Pennsylvania, in a positive way was to run for Lieutenant Governor. [Read More]

Jay Paterno Announces Bid for Lieutenant Governor Jay Paterno Announces Bid for Lieutenant Governor
23 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Onward State Staff, Kevin Horne
The former Penn State assistant coach and son of Joe Paterno unveiled a website today that indicates he’s running for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania on the Democratic ticket. [Read More]

Low Voter Turnout Expected on Election Day Low Voter Turnout Expected on Election Day
38 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
Voters across Pennsylvania will be going to the polls to decide mostly local races. Turnout is expected to be low because there are no big statewide or national races up for grabs. [Read More]

State College Mayor's Race One of the Most Closely Watched in Tuesday's Election State College Mayor's Race One of the Most Closely Watched in Tuesday's Election
38 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Report
Voters will be heading to the polls across Pennsylvania on Tuesday. With no major statewide offices up for grabs, local political races are the focal point. The Centre County Report looks at one of the most competitive battles -- the race for State College mayor. [Read More]

Affordable Care Act Causing Confusion for Area Residents Affordable Care Act Causing Confusion for Area Residents
42 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Report
The Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, is the driving issue behind the government shutdown in Washington, DC. There is anger, but also a lot of confusion in our area about this dramatic change in health care insurance. [Read More]

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