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From frat houses to apartments, the party culture has changed From frat houses to apartments, the party culture has changed
34 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — With red Solo cups and empty beer cans littering the streets and loud music blaring all night, apartments seem to be the most popular party spot for Penn State students. “I know my closer friends like to go to apartment parties because they’re [Read More]
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From frat houses to apartments, the party culture has changed From frat houses to apartments, the party culture has changed
34 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Special to The Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — With red Solo cups and empty beer cans littering the streets and loud music blaring all night, apartments seem to be the most popular party spot for Penn State students. “I know my closer friends like to go to apartment parties because they’re [Read More]

The Rivet set to launch as new community workshop The Rivet set to launch as new community workshop
50 minutes ago - StateCollege.com - Vincent Corso
Have you ever needed a tool for a project, but didn’t know where to turn? Or have you ever wanted to learn how to make pottery, or use a 3D printer, or needed a sewing machine to make a costume, but didn’t have any access to the necessary tools or the space? State College’s newest community m [Read More]

County’s agricultural easement program preserves 53rd farm County’s agricultural easement program preserves 53rd farm
2 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
The Centre County Agricultural Land Preservation Board on Jan. 7 officially preserved 235 additional acres of farmland, bringing its total acreage for preserved farms to 8,024 acres, according to a press release. [Read More]

Patton Township working on Toftrees Avenue safety solutions Patton Township working on Toftrees Avenue safety solutions
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PATTON TOWNSHIP is looking for input for the Toftrees Corridor Improvement Plan, which is in development. The long-range planning process aims to make upgrades to the older portion of Toftrees Avenue, from Waddle Road to The Station’s driveway. PATTON TOWNSHIP — With more and [Read More]

Local farm cultivating the benefits of Turmeric Local farm cultivating the benefits of Turmeric
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Turmeric is having a moment. The curious-looking earthy spice has moved beyond powdered pills to become the trendy new staple ingredient found in juices, smoothies and lattes. [Read More]

Group donates money to Penns Valley EMS Service Group donates money to Penns Valley EMS Service
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
GRACE UNITED Methodist Church Men’s Group president Bob Booz, center, and member Dave Bressler presented Penns Valley EMS Chief Cindy Ross with a check for $1,000 to be used for the purchase of two CPAP machines. [Read More]

Elections office to purchase scanners for absentee ballots Elections office to purchase scanners for absentee ballots
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — To best prepare for the expected high turnout for the upcoming presidential election, the county is going to purchase two high-speed digital scanners to process absentee ballots. The scanners cost a total of $95,975 and represent the last phase of the county’s upgrade to its voting [Read More]

2019 Year in Review 2019 Year in Review
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Editor’s note: This is the first of two parts looking back at 2019 as covered in the pages of The Centre County Gazette. Part II will appear in the Jan. 2, 2020, edition of The Centre County Gazette. JANUARY As the year took its first march down the hill to a new beginning, a plane [Read More]

20 will skydive to benefit Centre Helps 20 will skydive to benefit Centre Helps
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
JESSICA DOLAN said she is an adrenaline junkie, but parachuting out of an airplane will be “an extra feel good” when she participates in the “Centre Helps Has Your Back” fundraiser in May. STATE COLLEGE — It is still pretty difficult for Kathy Hill to talk about her [Read More]

Former Nittany Lion treats local kids to shopping spree Former Nittany Lion treats local kids to shopping spree
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Former State High and Penn State football standout Nate Stupar returned to his hometown this past weekend to spread some holiday cheer through his State of Hope Foundation. Stupar and his wife, Marissa, hosted a shopping spree for 11 kids from Centre County on Dec. 21 at [Read More]

Ticket sales for 2020 NCAA wrestling championships already at an all-time high Ticket sales for 2020 NCAA wrestling championships already at an all-time high
4 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Before the whistles blow on March 19, 2020 to signify the start of wrestling at the 2020 NCAA Div. I Wrestling Championships, history will have been made. [Read More]

Deaths of couple remain under investigation Deaths of couple remain under investigation
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Carbon monoxide poisoning has been ruled out as the cause of death for a couple who died in their State College on Dec. 4, the Centre County Coroner’s Office said two days later. Hal Hallock, 75, and Natalie Hallock, 71, were found by police who went to their West [Read More]

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