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Vincent Corso

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

Articles by Vincent Corso

Chickens may be coming home to roost in College Twp. Chickens may be coming home to roost in College Twp.
17 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
MAEVE ELLIOTT’S pet chickens, which she calls her “side-eyed queens,” have kept her company during the COVID-19 pandemic; however, zoning ordinances in College Township don’t allow chickens to be raised or harbored on residential property. [Read More]
Long-time chef to make the move from food truck to Gamble Mill Long-time chef to make the move from food truck to Gamble Mill
17 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — After almost five years traveling around Centre County in his World’s Fare Catering food truck, long-time chef Michael Marx is ready to settle down in a stationary kitchen again, and he will be doing it in the renovated Gamble Mill. [Read More]
Longtime Chef to Make the Move from Food Truck to Gamble Mill Longtime Chef to Make the Move from Food Truck to Gamble Mill
17 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
After almost five years traveling around Centre County in his World’s Fare Catering food truck, long-time chef Michael Marx is ready to settle down in a stationary kitchen again, and he will be doing it in the renovated Gamble Mill. [Read More]
10-Year-Old and Family Battle College Township to Save Pet Chickens 10-Year-Old and Family Battle College Township to Save Pet Chickens
17 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Every morning for the past 15 weeks, Maeve Elliott, has been getting up and caring for her four new pets — Purple, Banana, Waffles and El. Now, College Township is telling her family they have until the end of the month to get rid of her newfound friends, or else face hefty fines. [Read More]
Pride or Racism? Lines Drawn in Bellefonte Mascot Controversy Pride or Racism? Lines Drawn in Bellefonte Mascot Controversy
18 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
In 1936, Bellefonte Area High School sophomore Bob Hoffer first used the term “Red Raiders” to describe the school’s football team in an article previewing the upcoming season, according to LaBelle yearbook staff. [Read More]
‘Road Diet’ May Slim Down Boal Avenue ‘Road Diet’ May Slim Down Boal Avenue
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso
A stretch of Boal Avenue may soon be going on a “diet,” slimming down to two lanes to improve safety and to make way for a bike lane on a gateway road to the Centre Region. [Read More]
Construction Set to Begin for New Harris Township Maintenance Facility Construction Set to Begin for New Harris Township Maintenance Facility
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
After five years of planning, construction will be starting soon on Harris Township's new maintenance facility on Discovery Drive. [Read More]
BASD’s Burnaford Moves into Superintendent Role During Challenging Time BASD’s Burnaford Moves into Superintendent Role During Challenging Time
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
It’s been a hectic couple of months for Bellefonte Area School District Assistant Superintendent Tammie Burnaford. And, it doesn’t seem that her workload will ease up anytime soon. [Read More]
BASD’s Burnaford moves into superintendent role during challenging time BASD’s Burnaford moves into superintendent role during challenging time
20 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — It’s been a hectic couple of months for Bellefonte Area School District Assistant Superintendent Tammie Burnaford. And, it doesn’t seem that her workload will ease up anytime soon. [Read More]
Correctional facility down to zero cases of COVID-19 Correctional facility down to zero cases of COVID-19
20 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — The six inmates at the Centre County Correctional Facility who previously tested positive for COVID-19 have all recovered and are out of quarantine and back in their housing units. [Read More]
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