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Two New Jersey men, likely in town for reason related to Arts Fest, have been arrested and charged with aggravated assault after an incident on Beaver Avenue Friday night, according to State College police.
Two New Jersey men are being held on $100,000 bail after allegedly assaulting another man on the 100 block of East Beaver Avenue in State College early Saturday morning.
Michael Martin Garrett / StateCollege.com The Crash and Burn Metal Art booth featured sculptures created by Boalsburg artist Elli Groninger and her family.
They're two very different styles from different time periods, but with one common theme: vintage, said John Hovenstine, of Hollidaysburg.
The National Weather Service in State College, PA has issued a Flood Advisory for southeastern Dauphin, northern Lancaster, and Lebanon counties until 6:00pm.
Starting on Sunday, the Northeast and mid-Atlantic will be faced with severe thunderstorms and flooding downpours on multiple days before the new week ends on a more refreshing note.
Re-enactment can be a thrilling hobby for those who have a passion for history and keeping it alive, but re-enactor groups often find it difficult to recruit the next generation to re-create events such as Civil War battles.
State College Area school board member David Hutchinson continues the board's losing war against its own charter schools.
Jennifer Cahill-Shadle, 48, has been missing since May 15th. She was last seen walking outside Walmart Plaza at 5 p.m. carrying a black shoulder bag.
A State College attorney argued Wednesday that his client, Justin G. Melanson, 35, of Bellefonte, never should have had his case brought before District Judge Tom Jordan for a preliminary hearing on charges of theft by deception and home improvement fraud.
Gloria Esh and Jeffrey Goss, co-founders of Singles Adult Ministry and Singles Making Connections, said they don't promote dating but prefer singles to advocate friendship with mutual respect.
Is it back? A version of what some are calling the polar vortex, last winter's favorite whipping boy, will make a rare summer cameo in the central U.S. next week.
After excelling in standup and sketch comedy performances, State College native Joe Machi faced his biggest challenge yet on this week's round of "Last Comic Standing."
Alan Matsumoto works on the sea creature sand sculpture in Sidney Friedman Park during the 2013 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.
Overall, more than 100,000 people -- some of whom travel many miles -- show up for the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.
Fifty years might not be a long time for an animal like the giant tortoise, but Clyde Peeling says "it's amazing how fast the time has passed" since he opened Reptiland.
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Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:38 am
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