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Local Fire and EMS Companies Receive $261,000 in State Grants Local Fire and EMS Companies Receive $261,000 in State Grants
14 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Centre County fire companies and emergency medical service providers have been awarded a total of $261,331 in state grant funding for this year. [Read More]
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Local Fire and EMS Companies Receive $261,000 in State Grants Local Fire and EMS Companies Receive $261,000 in State Grants
14 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Centre County fire companies and emergency medical service providers have been awarded a total of $261,331 in state grant funding for this year. [Read More]

Q&A: What to Know about Essential Oils Q&A: What to Know about Essential Oils
15 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Teresa Mull
Dr. Katie Brown-Casteel, a chiropractor at the Caring Healthcare Network in Philipsburg who also makes and sells her own essential oils (available at Thieves Market in Philipsburg), lent us her knowledge regarding essential oils, which, by the way, are called “essential” because they contain the [Read More]

State College Area School District Receives PAsmart Grant for Computer Science Education State College Area School District Receives PAsmart Grant for Computer Science Education
16 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
State College Area School District has received a state grant to help expand computer science classes and teacher training. [Read More]

Snow, Ice and Colder Temperatures on the Way for State College Area Snow, Ice and Colder Temperatures on the Way for State College Area
17 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
This winter has been a generally mild one for the State College area, but that is expected to change this weekend. [Read More]

Macy’s Property Ownership Poses Interesting Questions Macy’s Property Ownership Poses Interesting Questions
1 day ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Vincent Corso
Another Nittany Mall anchor store, Macy’s, has announced plans to close its doors, but unlike the other tenants at the mall, Macy’s Department Stores Co. owns the building and property it sits on, including the parking lot. [Read More]

Campaign Aims to 'Save Our Spikes' from Proposed Minor League Cuts Campaign Aims to 'Save Our Spikes' from Proposed Minor League Cuts
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
A little more than five months out from the start of their 15th season, the State College Spikes have their rally caps on. But this isn't about a late-inning comeback. This is about rallying support to ensure the team takes to Medlar Field at Lubrano Park for a 16th season and beyond as an affiliat [Read More]

Penn State Football 2020 Ranking Round-up: National Media Eyes PSU at No. 8 Penn State Football 2020 Ranking Round-up: National Media Eyes PSU at No. 8
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Poorman
Optimism and expectations are high for 2020, beginning with a run of early preseason predictions that has Penn State in the Top 10, as more than 1,200 new season tickets are already booked for a campaign that kicks off vs. Kent State in Beaver Stadium on Sept. 5. [Read More]

Roots of the Family Tree Roots of the Family Tree
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Mike Dawson, Town&Gown
Genealogy research has delivered eye-opening – even life-changing – results for some Centre County family detectives. [Read More]

Bellefonte Yoga Instructor Opens in a New Space Bellefonte Yoga Instructor Opens in a New Space
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Connie Cousins
Joy Sciabica has opened a new space to offer her special type of yoga to the residents of Bellefonte and beyond. Light of Light is on the second floor of the First Presbyterian Church at 203 N. Spring St. The view from the studio invites visitors to take a deep breath and relax. [Read More]

Borough Council Hears Plans for Downtown State College High Rise Borough Council Hears Plans for Downtown State College High Rise
2 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
At a conditional use permit public hearing on Monday, developers detailed plans for the new 12-story mixed use high rise proposed for the corner of East College Avenue and Hetzel Street. [Read More]

Express Closing Nittany Mall Store Express Closing Nittany Mall Store
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Geoff Rushton
Another longtime Nittany Mall store will be closing its doors. [Read More]

Centre County PAWS Reading Program Is a ‘Win-Win’ for Youngsters and Their Feline Shelter Friends Centre County PAWS Reading Program Is a ‘Win-Win’ for Youngsters and Their Feline Shelter Friends
3 days ago - StateCollege.com - Robin Crawford, Town&Gown
It’s Tuesday night and in the Centre County PAWS lobby, a volunteer is giving 7-year old Sophia Rearick a quick lesson on cat body language. “Do you know what it means when a cat’s ears look like this?” the volunteer says, hands cupped overhead in a rough approximation of forward-facing cat [Read More]

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