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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.
The Centre County Grange Fair will celebrate its 140th anniversary this year. It also marks the 11th year of the Centre County Grange Fair Queen Contest.
Four giant engines rattled the interior of "Sentimental Journey," a restored B-17G Flying Fortress bomber, Monday as she rolled down a University Park Airport runway for a short flight over Centre County.
The amendments update parts H and J of the administrative code, which deal with municipal departments and the personnel system, respectively.
State College Police Chief Tom King discussed military-style equipment the department has received through a federal government surplus program before borough council Monday night.
Those seeking to support the campaign to buy an Oak Hall farm and turn it into a residential and recreational community for adults with autism and intellectual disabilities have two ways to help.
Police say someone smashed eight windows at a home, scratched a pick-up truck, damaged a mailbox, and rummaged through vehicles.
Crews have been tearing the street up for months as part of a project to replace a century-old water line.
Each Monday, the Centre Daily Times will publish an installment in our "Share our Heritage" series, featuring photos from Centre County's past.
Montana Moyer, 17, was turning onto Benner Pike from East College Avenue at about 7:30 a.m. when his Jeep went off the road and into a McDonald's parking lot.
Police say they responded to a call from the Imperial Motor Inn on Atherton Street at about 10:45 a.m..
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Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 01:32 am
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