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Port Matilda man arrested in serial rapes Port Matilda man arrested in serial rapes
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Police have arrested a Port Matilda man they say is responsible for the serial rapes of four Penn State students. The incidents occurred in 2010, 2011 and 2017, police said. Jeffrey P. Fields, 36, was taken into custody on July 21 on 16 felony charges, including multiple [Read More]
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Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Patton Township Police Officer Brian Shaffer was at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center working on a separate investigation Jan. 24, 2019, when two people ran to him, telling him a shooting had just occurred in the bar area. That tragic shooting incident started at the [Read More]

Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
LEMONT — The Lemont streetscape project, nearly a decade in the making, will take a big step toward completion next week when College Township presents final plans for improving Pike Street at an open house Feb. 27. The long-awaited plan seeks to improve the visual character of the [Read More]

Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
  PHILIPSBURG — Stan LaFuria, Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership executive director, started working for the partnership 29 years ago. “I can remember when I got here and how bad it was,” LaFuria said. “How we’ve changed in a generation — [Read More]

Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project Final plans to be presented for Lemont streetscape project
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
LEMONT — The Lemont streetscape project, nearly a decade in the making, will take a big step toward completion next week when College Township presents final plans for improving Pike Street at an open house Feb. 27. The long-awaited plan seeks to improve the visual character of the [Read More]

Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting Patton officer receives Life Saving Award for response to bar shooting
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Patton Township Police Officer Brian Shaffer was at the Ramada Hotel and Conference Center working on a separate investigation Jan. 24, 2019, when two people ran to him, telling him a shooting had just occurred in the bar area. That tragic shooting incident started at [Read More]

Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing Economy in Philipsburg, Rush Twp. on the upswing
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
PHILIPSBURG — Stan LaFuria, Moshannon Valley Economic Development Partnership executive director, started working for the partnership 29 years ago. “I can remember when I got here and how bad it was,” LaFuria said. “How we’ve changed in a generation — [Read More]

Rutter’s opens on Benner Pike Rutter’s opens on Benner Pike
24 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — At 6 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 19, the doors were opened at Centre County’s first Rutter’s location along Benner Pike. Plans for the 10,300-square-foot store, located at 731 Rishel Hill Road and across the street from the Centre County Correctional Center, were [Read More]

Fraternity Fallout: Changing the negative, keeping the positives Fraternity Fallout: Changing the negative, keeping the positives
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Fraternities are a longtime part of Penn State tradition. The large, historic-looking houses sit on campus and on Fraternity Row, just off campus in the heart of town. You can see their Greek letters held up high and proud during THON and you can hear their parties roar late into t [Read More]

Developer: Waterfront project to begin ‘the renaissance of Bellefonte’ Developer: Waterfront project to begin ‘the renaissance of Bellefonte’
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Developer Tom Songer said the hotel, parking garage and condominium that he and his business partner, Mark Morath, are planning for the Bellefonte waterfront area will match the historic aspect of Bellefonte as it “starts the renaissance of Bellefonte.” [Read More]

Benninghoff discusses future at CBICC luncheon Benninghoff discusses future at CBICC luncheon
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — State Rep. Kerry Benninghoff, R-Bellefonte, was looking toward the future as he spoke to the crowd at a Chamber of Business & Industry of Centre County breakfast at Mountain View Country Club on Feb. 11. [Read More]

Summers on Allen to host two community meetings Summers on Allen to host two community meetings
25 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Summers on Allen organizers are inviting community members to two sessions over the next week where they can share their ideas for ways to use the temporary pedestrian plaza that will be in place for two months this summer in downtown State College. [Read More]

Delays coming to an end at Potters Mills Gap Delays coming to an end at Potters Mills Gap
26 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
POTTERS MILLS — For drivers who have long been suffering through traffic delays due to the large Potters Mills Gap construction project, there will be two more days of delays on Feb.18 and 20, as crews set beams for a bridge. But, with the project 65 to 70 percent complete after the beams are set, [Read More]

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