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Schlow Library Reopens After Two Week Closure Schlow Library Reopens After Two Week Closure
20 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
The library has identified several “weak spots” in the piping system and is looking into ways to prevent pipes from freezing again. “I’m just happy the library is open again,” says visiting Penn State scholar and frequent library patron Sam Du. “This is more than just a library, it’s a [Read More]
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School District May Employ Tax Relief Program for High School Project Taxes School District May Employ Tax Relief Program for High School Project Taxes
8 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
SCASD business administrator Randy Brown said homeowners would need to have a household income of $35,000 or less to be eligible to apply. There would also be an age component: anyone 65 or older could apply, as well as any widow or widower at least 50 years old. [Read More]

West College Avenue Slated to Close Tuesday if Weather Holds, Detours in Place West College Avenue Slated to Close Tuesday if Weather Holds, Detours in Place
11 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
You might want to budget some extra time for getting around State College. West College Avenue is scheduled to close for several hours, so crews can begin installing a second tower crane at the construction site for the Metropolitan high-rise project. [Read More]

State Patty's Day Crime Wrap-Up: Fewer Calls, More Arrests & One Taser State Patty's Day Crime Wrap-Up: Fewer Calls, More Arrests & One Taser
15 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
State College and Penn State police received 367 calls for service, which is down somewhat from last year’s total of 393 calls. However, police made 88 arrests over the weekend, which is up slightly from last year’s total of 86 arrests. [Read More]

Penn State Hockey: Injuries To Cut Milley's Career Short Penn State Hockey: Injuries To Cut Milley's Career Short
16 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Ben Jones
"I know he gave his absolute best effort to play but his body just didn't comply. He is a great student and will continue to help our program off the ice. I am very impressed with the support of Penn State University in regards to Jonathan's health and commitment to get his degree." [Read More]

Penn State Could See Major Increase in State Funding Under Gov. Tom Wolf's Proposed Budget Penn State Could See Major Increase in State Funding Under Gov. Tom Wolf's Proposed Budget
18 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Steve Bauer
A source close to Gov. Tom Wolf tells StateCollege.com that Wolf will unveil a dramatic increase in state funding when he presents his first budget proposal at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. "This is part of a two year plan to make Penn State whole," after severe budget cuts imposed in recent years. [Read More]

BJC Packed With Pink, $200K Raised For Breast Cancer Research BJC Packed With Pink, $200K Raised For Breast Cancer Research
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
At the annual Pink Zone game, hosted at the BJC by the Lady Lions, it was announced that over $200,000 was raised for breast cancer research. The arena floor was a sight to see during a special halftime ceremony at the ninth annual iteration of the Pink Zone. [Read More]

The Celebrity Addiction to Fame, A 'Pitiful' Issue The Celebrity Addiction to Fame, A 'Pitiful' Issue
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Patty Kleban
It isn't an awards show without Kanye West stepping on stage to put his name out in front of the real winner. His in-laws, the notorious Kardashian family, have made an industry out of bad press. Miley Cyrus. Lindsay Lohan. A fading actress or actor is "shocked" by the release of a sex tape. [Read More]

State College School District Begins Contract Talks With Teachers Union State College School District Begins Contract Talks With Teachers Union
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Michael Martin Garrett
For more than a decade, a number of costs associated with salaries and benefits have been on the rise. Between 2001 and 2006, co-payments for health insurance stayed constant at $10. Starting in the 2006-07 school year, this jumped to $35 and steadily increased to $55 by 2011. [Read More]

Penn State Football: Future Non-Conference Schedules Lack Punch of Big Ten Foes Penn State Football: Future Non-Conference Schedules Lack Punch of Big Ten Foes
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
“The fans want a winning product, but they also want a challenge and they want some excitement around it,” says athletic director Sandy Barbour, adding they also want to see “...in their home venue a really high-profile team and a high-profile nationally interesting game...” [Read More]

Happy Valley's Got Talent Auditions Boast Big Turnout Happy Valley's Got Talent Auditions Boast Big Turnout
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Zach Berger
“It’s a benefit show for a very good cause, so I wanted to get involved,” Branda Smeltzer says. “I lost my mother when I was young, and my grief counselor had worked with Tides, so I knew about the foundation and what it does.” [Read More]

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