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In another round of legal filings, the State College Area School District is asking a court to dismiss a lawsuit in a dispute over ownership of the College Heights School.
But at the Grange Fair in Centre Hall, which started Thursday and runs through Aug. 28, there are culinary options for even the most sophisticated palates -- or for someone who simply wants to try something new.
Investigators say a lifeguard working at Parkway Plaza Apartments in State College reported his wallet was stolen on Aug. 5. Since then, someone using the victim's credit card and ID has reportedly made purchases at several businesses including a UniMart in Bellefonte, a McDonald's in Milesburg, and Puff Express stores in Lock Haven and Mill Hall.
Of course, they don't see it this way yet. They see what they're doing as simply having fun.
Temperatures will rise into the high 90s Fahrenheit across the U.S. South from today, ushering in what may be the summer's hottest days.
An Icelandic volcano named Bardarbunga might erupt, which would disrupt air travel to Europe because of its potential ash cloud.
Penn State, State College and Centre County are making news all over the web. Every weekday at noon we post links to some of the most noteworthy stories.
Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today announced the arrest of a former State College area psychologist following an investigation into allegations that he had inappropriate sexual relationships with two patients and fraudulently billed their insurance companies for services he never performed.
HARRISBURG >> Agriculture Secretary George Greig encouraged Pennsylvanians to protect the commonwealth tree population by spotting, collecting and submitting suspected Asian longhorned beetles to experts.
Police say that during the Arts Festival on July 10 at approximately 11:56 p.m., they responded to an assault at 141 S. Garner St., the Centre Court Apartments.
In an effort to craft a master plan for the Holmes-Foster Park in State College, the borough is looking for input from residents to share their ideas on an idealized park.
A tractor-trailer jack-knifed on the Mount Nittany Expressway is blocking traffic on both westbound lanes of the highway.
Centre County Judge Pamela Ruest entered an order on Friday that denied a motion from Timothy Penrod to separate his arson cases from the vandalism.
Terrell Jones makes phone calls to raise money during the Muscular Dystrophy Association's State College Lock-Up, October 12, 2010, at the Penn Stater.
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Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 01:20 am
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