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Council voted unanimously to adopt the State College Neighborhood Plan drafted by the borough's planning commission and staff.
The two leading roles in the ongoing drama between a local theater building and the players who used to be in the spotlight is entering another act.
The jury found 26-year-old Joseph David Frey guilty Friday for aggravated assault, two counts of simple assault and one count of recklessly endangering another person.
It's time to stock up on Popsicles and head out to the pool: this week's supposed to be a scorcher.
Those pictured include: front row: Otis Corl and Merrill F. Poorman. Middle row: Doyle Poorman, Toner Glen Poorman, unknown child, Ellis M. Poorman, John C. Poorman, Merril Williams and Raymond F. Poorman.
State College Downtown Rotary Club president George Trudeau presents Carol Pioli from the State College Food Bank with a check for $6,000.
State College scored five runs in the first inning and coasted to an 9-2 win over the Tri-City ValleyCats at Joseph L. Bruno Stadium.
The moving company started in State College last summer as "more of a test market," but is now permanent, said co-owner Matt Patterson.
A Penn State freshman who was struck by a pickup truck while jogging earlier this month in State College has died.
Ryan Fleck was convicted of several different DUI charges on Friday after telling police he had taken a "prescription date rape drug" before driving.
Brandon Bednash of Scranton has been sentenced to up to nearly a year in jail after lying to police about his name, resisting arrest and accidentally breaking a police officer's elbow.
State College sees a lot of street fairs and outdoor events, but Penn State student Halil Okur has helped set up an event on Saturday evening he thinks will be "truly unique for State College."
State College Magisterial District Judge Carmine Prestia and his wife, Lane, have personally felt the impact of multiple sclerosis after the autoimmune disease claimed the life of Lane Prestia's younger sister a number of years ago.
With only seven staff members and 132 gardens to monitor, the conservancy relies on volunteers to make the gardens possible.
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Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 12:08 am
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