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3 hrs ago | Centre Daily Times
To accomplish that, the authority is encouraging the county's residents to recycle more, said Joanne Shafer, deputy executive director and recycling coordinator.
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The Jewish community in State College is celebrating Passover this week, the most widely celebrated holiday among Jews in America.
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April 15 -- tax filing day -- is here, and with it comes a rush of last-minute requests for help from people struggling to complete their 1040s before the midnight deadline.
10 hrs ago | Statecollege.com
The new CVS will be constructed at the former site of a Blockbuster store at the corner of North Atherton Street and West Cherry Lane, according to CVS Spokesman Mike DeAngelis.
Luc Michael added three goals and an assist, while goalkeeper Noah Schwab made seven saves for the Little Lions .
Work is scheduled through Friday between 7:30 am and 5:00 pm. Questions should be directed to 814-234-7135.
Faith United Church of Christ, 300 E. College Ave., State College, will hold a community Good Friday service from noon to 3 p.m. at the church.
State College High School track and field competitors Jon Smith, Kyle Adams, Mason Post and Will Cather share the Centre Daily Times' Male Athlete of the Week honor.
After near record-high temperatures Sunday which hit the low 80s the State College area will be on the receiving end of a "cruel joke from Mother Nature," according to AccuWeather Meteorologist Tom Kines.
The Conference of County Bar Leaders of the Pennsylvania Bar Association honored immediate past chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association Kathleen D. Wilkinson with its 2014 Gilbert Nurick Award.
One victim was airlifted to Altoona Regional Hospital for treatment of a stab wound to his back.
The stepbrother of Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Rob McDord says the Democrat has told "half-truths" by portraying himself as the disadvantaged child of a single mother.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. Despite an economic downturn and a blistering child sex-abuse scandal, Pennsylvania State University exceeded its $2 billion capital campaign goal - several months ahead of schedule.
At about 8:15 a.m., police responded to a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of North Atherton Street and Valley Vista Drive.
Brandon D. Frick, 21, a student at the Altoona campus, was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, terroristic threats, possession of instrument of crime and recklessly endangering.
When investigating an alleged kidnapping and rape in Paradise Township in June, police had to weigh the public's right to know with the privacy and safety of the victim, according to police and a rape victim advocate.