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Vincent Corso

Vincent Corso is writer for Town&Gown and the Centre County Gazette.

Articles by Vincent Corso

Detention Center Grapples with Growing Number of Youths Addicted to Methamphetamine Detention Center Grapples with Growing Number of Youths Addicted to Methamphetamine
14 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
The Central Counties Youth Center is the only facility of its type in the center of the state. It is struggling with the growing number of youths coming into the facility addicted to methamphetamine, and providing the medical care that is needed to help them as they come off of the drug. [Read More]
Nosh Café & Grill Closed Nosh Café & Grill Closed
4 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
In March, Nosh Café & Grill held a grand opening at 115 E. Beaver Ave., and now, just eight months later, the business is closed. [Read More]
Retired PSU professor creates blue and white potato chips Retired PSU professor creates blue and white potato chips
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Potato chips are a must-have tailgate food, and a local company has made what might become the must-have Penn State tailgate snack. Tailgater Taters potato chips are blue and white all the way, and yes, you can take that literally. Made from Centre County-grown blue and white6 [Read More]
Nosh Café & Grill closed Nosh Café & Grill closed
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — In March, NOSH! Café & Grill held a grand opening at 115 E. Beaver Ave., and now, just eight months later, the business is closed. Customers who visited the business on Oct. 28 were met with a locked door and a sign that proclaimed the business was closed and noted [Read More]
POLICE BLOTTER POLICE BLOTTER
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
ROCKVIEW STATE POLICE Police said they were contacted on June 3 regarding a suspicion that a 31-year-old Rebersburg woman was driving under the influence of drugs at Miles Township Elementary School. Police said they arrested her and a 36-year-old Coburn man for alleged DUI due to events [Read More]
Detention center grapples with rise in youth addicts Detention center grapples with rise in youth addicts
5 days ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — The Central Counties Youth Center is the only facility of its type in the center of the state, away from the large hubs of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Located at 148 Paradise Road, and operated jointly by Centre County and the surrounding counties of Mifflin, Clinton, [Read More]
College Township Looking to Modify Penn State Zoning College Township Looking to Modify Penn State Zoning
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
With more businesses opening food service and retail locations on Penn State’s campus in College Township, such as in Pegula Ice Arena, the university and the township are looking to resolve a zoning issue that states that those types of entities should not be there. [Read More]
Trio Raising Awareness, Funding for Immigrant Families Trio Raising Awareness, Funding for Immigrant Families
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
State College 10th grader Nora Goudie has a golden voice and she is using that voice to give back during her first solo recital. Goudie, along with friends Brendan Locke and Andres Aradillas-Fernandez, are performing at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at St. Peter's United Church of Christ, 1795 W. College Ave., [Read More]
Happy Valley for Hope Town Happy Valley for Hope Town
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Local runners raise money for Bahamas community devastated by hurricane. [Read More]
Local Use Fee Funding to Aid Infrastructure Projects Local Use Fee Funding to Aid Infrastructure Projects
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
An undersized drainage system is causing problems in Port Matilda. The size of the system has bred flooding issues that are affecting the borough building and garages, as well as the rail line that runs through town. Now, borough officials are looking to the state and county for money to remedy the [Read More]
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