In a year in which so many things are done differently, virtually, or not at all, Mary McMurtrie wanted to keep an Easter tradition alive. Historic Bellefonte Inc. is sponsoring […]
Interfaith Human Services recently announced its annual Wishing Well campaign to aid its work with low-income individuals and families in Centre County. And this year’s campaign sees a bit of a change because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For 38 years the University Baptist and Brethren Church has been the site of the Alternative Christmas Fair, an opportunity to give gifts of charitable contributions to nonprofit organizations in honor of others. Of course this year, the fair will be a little different.
This year it is more important than ever to help local and smaller businesses around the area. Local shopkeepers have planned events to make it both a pleasant shopping experience and a way to snag some good buys.
Matt Maris is wild about history and for the past five years, besides teaching at Bellefonte Area High School, he has researched and created walking tour after walking tour of Bellefonte, conducting most with no charge. He considers it his way of giving to his community.