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Local McDonald's Restaurants Giving Out Free Swag for McDelivery Day Local McDonald's Restaurants Giving Out Free Swag for McDelivery Day
29 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Customers who order McDonald's through Uber Eats on Thursday could get a little something extra with their delivery. [Read More]
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Arts Fest Ready to Celebrate 52nd Year Arts Fest Ready to Celebrate 52nd Year
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
State College's biggest summer event kicks off on Wednesday as the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts celebrates its 52nd year with a mix of traditional favorites and new events. [Read More]

Franklin Again Tops List of Highest-Paid Penn State Employees Franklin Again Tops List of Highest-Paid Penn State Employees
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
No surprise here. For the third consecutive year, James Franklin was again Penn State's top-earning employee. [Read More]

Inaugural Class of Mount Nittany Residency Program Graduates Inaugural Class of Mount Nittany Residency Program Graduates
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette
The first six physicians to train in the new Penn State Health Family and Community Residency Program at Mount Nittany Medical Center are headed for the next steps in their medical careers. The six graduated from the program in a ceremony June 22 at the University Park Regional Campus of Penn State [Read More]

State College Dentist Pioneers Cutting-Edge Technology State College Dentist Pioneers Cutting-Edge Technology
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Karen Walker
Whether it’s being the first doctor in town to offer a Starbucks kiosk in the waiting room, or being the first general dentist in the entire world to perform robot-assisted implant surgery, Dr. Eddie Kotary likes to be on the cutting edge. [Read More]

The Invisible Gorilla: We Need to Acknowledge Our Own Blindspots The Invisible Gorilla: We Need to Acknowledge Our Own Blindspots
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Patty Kleban
What if we each agreed to try to “see” beyond our initial snapshot? What if we tried to expand our observations to take in more – not less? Will acknowledging that our vision is sometimes clouded help all of us to see better? [Read More]

Bellefonte Beats State College to Capture District 5 Little League Title  Bellefonte Beats State College to Capture District 5 Little League Title
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Bill Horlacher
Bellefonte Little League’s 12-and-under All Stars defeated State College, 9-2, on Saturday night at Webster Field, capturing the District 5 crown and finalizing their status as the local juggernaut. In four District 5 games, Bellefonte scored 54 runs and yielded only seven. [Read More]

Family Funds Family Funds
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Brittany N. Cox
Many people spend time worrying about what will happen to their money when they pass on and the money moves to their heirs. Should it be in a trust, go through probate in the estate, or something else? Should I name all my kids as beneficiaries on my retirement accounts? Should I move the money to t [Read More]

Kids Use Central PA Arts Fest Sidewalk Sale to Share Creations Kids Use Central PA Arts Fest Sidewalk Sale to Share Creations
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso
Last year, Ele Jordan and her friend Avery Fuller set up a stand at the Children and Youth Sidewalk Sale during the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts and sold dream bottles filled with glitter, which looked oh-so-pretty when you shook them and made a wish. [Read More]

Growing Organically: Helping Farmers Is a Passion at Pennsylvania Certified Organic Growing Organically: Helping Farmers Is a Passion at Pennsylvania Certified Organic
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle, Town&Gown
It’s no secret the demand for organic food is growing, but for many consumers purchasing their produce at a local farmers market, the large role Pennsylvania Certified Organic plays in the chain of events bringing items from field to plate isn’t clear or even known. However, PCO is a vital link [Read More]

Road Closures, Parking Changes in Effect for Arts Festival Road Closures, Parking Changes in Effect for Arts Festival
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
The 52nd Annual Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts kicks off next week, bringing with it road closures and changes to parking regulations in State College. [Read More]

BASD Weighs Options, Rising Costs for Elevator BASD Weighs Options, Rising Costs for Elevator
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
The Bellefonte Area School district is trying to figure out what to do about adding an elevator to Bellefonte Elementary School in order to make the building ADA-accessible. [Read More]

PennDOT Looks to Ease Traffic Delays on Route 322 During Festival Week PennDOT Looks to Ease Traffic Delays on Route 322 During Festival Week
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
With festivals drawing thousands of visitors to the area next week, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is altering the work schedule for the Potters Mills Gap project on Route 322. [Read More]

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