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State College, Pennsylvania is located in Centre County. Zip codes in State College, PA include 16804, 16803, and 16805. The median home price in State College is $275,000 which is roughly $139/per square foot. More State College information.

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Local news for State College, PA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

4 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times

Sounds again offers sober entertainment

Sounds is holding its next event from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Thursday in room 201 of the State College Municipal Building, 243 S. Allen St. Organization founder Misha Cleveland said Mango West is a reggae folk duo that recently entered the local music scene.

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8 hrs ago | Reuters

Son of Penn State's Paterno says pedophile solicited him at age 13

The son of Joe Paterno, the legendary Penn State football coach and boss of convicted child sex abuser Jerry Sandusky, said in a new book that he was propositioned by a pedophile - possibly a university professor who molested a series of boys - at age 13. Jay Paterno said he never told his father about that day in the summer of 1981, which is ... (more)

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9 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times

Planning for Thaw heats up, will aim to replace State Patty's Day in State College

Planning for Thaw, the proposed event that would fill the weekend normally reserved for the controversial State Patty's Day revelries in State College, is in the works.

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13 hrs ago | Statecollege.com

Fight for Equality Comes to State College

Equality advocates stopped in State College Thursday to bring together community leaders to declare their support for ending discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Pennsylvania citizens.

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13 hrs ago | Statecollege.com

JazzPA Festival Brings Top Talent to State College and Centre Region

On the heels of the massive cultural explosion that is Arts Festival, the annual music celebration JazzPA is set to bring another weekend of endless fun and stellar artistic talent to the Centre Region.

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15 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

Holy Redeemer students receive PAJS awards

Holy Redeemer High School science and math students recently competed in the state Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science competition at Penn State University in State College.

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19 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times

State College Spikes: Slugger Wick promoted by Cardinals

In 35 games, Wick set the Spikes' single-season record for home runs with 14, good for first in the New-York Penn League.

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23 hrs ago | Statecollege.com

The Flutopia Initiative Set to Kickoff Second Annual 5k

Runners take off during the 1st annual Flutopia 5k, which took place last summer.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

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Team TPC Joins Fight Against MS

Employees and friends of coatings industry publisher Technology Publishing Co. joined the fight against multiple sclerosis last weekend, biking 150 miles to raise nearly $9,000.

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Statecollege.com

Police: Despite Recent High-Profile Incidents, Boalsburg Crime is Down

While Boalsburg has seen serious crimes in recent months -- from an armed bank robbery to cemetery vandalism to a burglary and theft at businesses -- State College Police Chief Tom King says crime in the area has actually declined.

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Statecollege.com

Penn State Student Suffers Head Trauma During Fraternity Altercation

State College police are searching for information after a Penn State student suffered head trauma during an altercation at a fraternity house.

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Statecollege.com

Eighth-Grader Launches Unique Fundraising Campaign for Turkey Trip

Nate Gray, 14, a student at Young Scholars of Central PA Charter School, was selected by his teacher, Turan Balik, to participate in an intensive language camp in August.

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Statecollege.com

Not a Nice Place to Visit and You Wouldn't Want to Live There

After climbing Tussey Ridge to the Jo Hays Vista and passing the turnoffs to Shavers Creek, Whipple Dam and Greenwood Furnace, you drive through rolling farmland until you get to the cluster of brick buildings that define downtown Huntingdon.

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Centre Daily Times

Future growth concerns aired at Centre County COG meeting

The issue arose during a proposal to bring an update of the regional development capacity report to the COG General Forum at its meeting Monday.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Centre Daily Times

Otto's ownership plans upscale restaurant, distillery for neighboring site

They were intrigued when they found out the mounds of gravel, piping and beams resting on the ground would be the foundation for a high-end restaurant and distillery operated by Otto's ownership.

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Centre Daily Times

State College Spikes: Losing skid hits 3 in a row with loss to Mahoning Valley

But inning after inning, the Spikes failed to capitalize in a 3-1 loss to Mahoning Valley at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park.

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Centre Daily Times

Pitt student pleads guilty to State Patty's burglaries

State Patty's Day burglary suspect Andrew Ronczka, 23, a University of Pittsburgh student from Monaca, pleaded guilty Thursday to five counts of burglary, two counts of conspiracy to commit burglary and 12 counts of criminal trespass, all felonies.

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Paterno son, other former assistant football coach sue Penn State over dismissal from staff

In this Jan. 26, 2012 file photo, Jay Paterno, son of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, speaks during a memorial service for Joe Paterno in State College, Pa.

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The News Tribune

Paterno son, other former assistant sue Penn State

In this Jan. 26, 2012 file photo, Jay Paterno, son of former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno, speaks during a memorial service for Joe Paterno in State College, Pa.

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Water Therapy Teaches Pup To Walk

STATE COLLEGE, Penn. A small litter of puppies was found unable to walk and one Centre County animal shelter is working with an animal hospital to help these tiny paws take some major steps.

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