By now our readers have no doubt noticed that StateCollege.com has a new look. It’s been a long time coming and we’re excited to finally unveil it.
While it gives a fresh, cleaner look, the new StateCollege.com offers us new opportunities and flexibility for how we bring you news and information about life in the Centre Region and throughout Centre County.
Most importantly, the site was designed to give our readers a faster, easier-to-use and more informative experience. You are our partners and our community. This site is in many ways as much yours as it is ours.
For longtime readers there may be a period of adjustment. And maybe there are some things you just don’t like. We want you to let us know what you think.
Even though we’ve launched our redesign, it’s still just the beginning and we will continue to make improvements. Is there something you think could be better? Something that doesn’t seem to be working quite right? Or is there something you especially like about it?
Whatever it may be, you can send your feedback to [email protected].
The investment in a redesigned StateCollege.com by our owner and publisher, Dan Myers, is just a part of our evolution as a valued community resource for more than two decades. We have some exciting things planned for the coming year to enhance your experience and to continue to work with you on keeping our community informed and engaged.
The past year has been unlike any other. Through it all we and our news partners have strived to provide comprehensive insight into the issues affecting our community and tell the stories of people who are making an impact.
You have been our partners in that, suggesting stories, asking questions and pushing us to seek answers. We’ve always been deeply engaged with our community and neighbors, but the past year has taken us to a new place and we want to continue to build on that as we face the challenges and opportunities ahead together.
Have a news story idea, a question, or want to talk about a local issue? Reach out to me at [email protected].
Curious about local and Penn State sports or have a tip about a player or team? Get in touch with sports editor Ben Jones at [email protected].
And if you’d like to support our work of informing the community, contact advertising account executive Jessica Wilson at [email protected].
Our readers and the businesses that have supported us over the years have been critical to our work as an integral part of the community. We’re looking forward to the future of StateCollege.com and our community is what will drive us to become even better.