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A military plane carrying enough specialty infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived Sunday in Indianapolis, the first of several flights expected from Europe aimed at relieving a shortage that has sent parents scrambling to find enough to feed their children. A nanobrewery brewery is in the works in Philipsburg. You can get…

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‘It’s a Necessity.’ Gov. Wolf, U.S. Commerce Under Secretary Visit Centre County to Discuss Internet for All Initiative THON 2023 will take place from Friday, Feb. 17, to Sunday, Feb. 19, at the Bryce Jordan Center, the organization announced Wednesday afternoon. Centre County Added 310 COVID-19 Cases in the Last Week as Local, Statewide Infection…

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Doug Mastriano Wins GOP Nomination for Pa. Governor, Will Face Democrat Josh Shapiro Lt. Gov. John Fetterman is the projected winner of Pennsylvania’s Democratic primary election for U.S. Senate.  State Senate President Pro Tempore Jake Corman, R-Bellefonte, is temporarily assuming the duties of acting lieutenant governor as John Fetterman undergoes a procedure to implant a…

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Curtis Johnson Named Interim Superintendent for State College Area School District. Penn State brings back summer chocolate short course after decadeslong hiatus. The Special Olympics PA torch has arrived in State College. What to know about the Summer Games. The Centre Region is one of eight finalists across the United States for a $1 million…

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One Dead After Crash on I-99 in Patton Township. Pa. Primary 2022: Candidates for Governor Raised $12.8 Million in April Alone. The Buffalo Police Commissioner says Saturday’s deadly mass shooting was clearly a “vicious hate crime.”  President Biden’s job approval rating is falling.  The head of NATO says Ukraine has the ability to win the…

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Pennsylvanians have no real voice in PA legislature. Jake Corman ends campaign for PA governor for the second time, endorses another candidate. Bellefonte man accused of more smash-and-grab thefts at State College-area businesses. Centre Gives Raises $2.18 Million for Local Nonprofits. A federal judge in Louisiana will hear arguments today on whether the Biden administration…

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Penn State’s iconic Nittany Lion Shrine to remain closed for ‘some time’ after vandalism Community shows support, gratitude to Mount Nittany Health through luminaries The Philipsburg teen who started a ‘revolution in pediatric cancer care’ is 10 years cancer-free Penn State board of trustees rename building in honor of outgoing President Barron There’s no escaping…

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Penn State campus landmarks, including the Lion Shrine, Old Main and the Hintz Family Alumni Center, were the targets of a vandalism attack that was discovered on Sunday morning. University police established a perimeter around the Lion Shrine, which was blemished by a red paint and had an ear broken. Crews acted fast for a…

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THE STATE COLLEGE AREA SCHOOL BOARD VOTED TO MOVE FORWARD WITH THE PROPOSED $180 MILLION BUDGET FOR 2022-23.  THE NEW TAX RATE WOULD MEAN A $113 ANNUAL INCREASE FOR THE AVERAGE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY OWNER AND THE AVERAGE ANNUAL TAX BILL WOULD BE $3,323. A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD BEFORE THE SCHOOL BOARD’S MAY 16TH…

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44-year-old Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) Trooper Joseph W. Czachorowski was arrested on illegal controlled substance charges. Phase two of a long-planned road construction project in Lemont will begin this month and with it motorists will encounter traffic changes. Work on the $1.5 million Pike Street traffic calming and accessibility project will resume on May 18…

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$1.5 million construction project will have a College Township road one way until October. A Man took job as UPS driver so he could stalk Pennsylvania residents, A downtown State College Cafe closed after nearly two years in business. A ‘mini craft beverage garden’ is coming to Arts Fest. Penn State student to open dance…

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Governor Tom Wolf (D) is continuing his call on Pennsylvania’s Republican-led General Assembly to pass legislation that would bring $2,000 checks to Pennsylvanians who make under $80,000. Gov. Wolf has continued to be vocal about using the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funded $500 million Opportunity Program to give back to those in Pennsylvania. Attorney…

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With the Summer season approaching, the Penn State Office of Physical Plant (OPP) has announced various construction and renovation projects taking place across campus. The Summer projects include work on parking, paving and roadways, sidewalks, and some additional building renovations. Penn State held in-person commencement for Class of 2020. A PA man has been arrested…

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Penn State remains one the world’s top-50 institutions — and one of the nation’s top 5 — when it comes to sustainability and how it satisfies the United Nations’ 17 goals for a better and more sustainable tomorrow. After new charges were filed against suspended Somerset County District Attorney Jeffrey Thomas in two completely different…

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A Bellefonte woman was pronounced dead Friday afternoon after being flown from a crash scene for her injuries. Penn State Altoona Students, faculty, and staff gathered this afternoon in front of the Performing Arts Center Monday to rally against the university’s recent budget cuts. North Central Sight Services is offering financial assistance for assistive technology…

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Bellefonte woman killed in Walker Township crash, marking second fatal crash in four days. Plans Moving Forward for New Mixed-Use Building on South Atherton Street in State College. Pardon Project Looks to Make ‘Second Chances a Reality’ for Centre County Residents with Criminal Convictions. The U.S. is giving Ukraine another 322-million dollars to help fight…

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‘Completely heartbroken.’ Nittany Valley Symphony mourns loss of longtime conductor. Michael Jinbo’s first season with the Nittany Valley Symphony was 1990-91, and since then, he held more than three decades worth of rehearsals, concerts and sharing a love of classical music with the Centre County community. Jinbo passed away a few days ago at the…

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1 dead, two others injured after rush-hour crash in Centre County. Bellefonte Waterfront Project to add ‘rooftop experience’ but vision remains the same. Amish man injured after being hit by driver on rural Centre County road. Planet Fitness plans to open 2nd State College location. This one will be downtown. Women and children are hoping…

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After 11 years as State College Area School District superintendent, Bob O’Donnell is leaving for another job. O’Donnell said he will stay on at SCASD through the end of June. Centre Volunteers in Medicine will receive $1.125 million in federal funding for its new facility in Ferguson Township. Penn State places fraternity in State College on interim…

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It may be the middle of April, but one more winter blast is in store for Centre County. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from Noon today till 2 am tomorrow morning. Snow accumulations of 1- 5 inches. President Biden says he’s ready to go to war-torn Ukraine but the White House insists it…