LATEST HEADLINES

The State College Borough Water Authority on Thursday voted to begin the process of removing fluoride from the water supply serving about 75,000 people, despite opposition from a number of local dentists, hygienists, health professionals and residents.

PennDOT Ready to Start Multi-Year Road Work on Atherton Street.

 Lemont businesses face challenges during ongoing construction.

The project is expected to continue through the fall, but you can still support local businesses.

Representative Adam Schiff is calling for the Justice Department to investigate former President Trump. 

The Ukrainian ambassador to the U.S. says more weapons are needed.  Boeing workers at three St. Louis-area factories are set to strike August 1st.

Former President Donald Trump is returning to Washington, DC this week to deliver the closing address at the America First Agenda Summit.

No one won Friday’s $660 million Mega Millions lottery jackpot so Tuesday’s drawing is worth $790 million. It’s the fourth largest prize in U.S. lottery history. The odds of winning the jackpot are 1 in 302 million.

Sports

Penn State QB Sean Clifford Leading Group Discussing Player Benefits with Big Ten Officials

Penn State sophomore tight end Theo Johnson and redshirt junior tight end Brenton Strange were named to the John Mackey Award watch list, announced by the Mackey Award Foundation

MLB – The Phillies lost to the Cubs 4-3. The Pirates fell short to the Marlins, 6-5.