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Sunday, October 30, 2016 at 10:05 PM
Centre Region Parks and Recreation held its 70th annual Halloween Costume Parade on Sunday night. [Read More]
The Small Business Development Center is offering a two-day entrepreneurial workshop for veterans and military service members. [Read More]
Through increased bicycle safety efforts, the Centre Region Council of Governments is hoping to receive a silver-level designation from the League of American Bicyclists later... [Read More]
Three professors debated about nuclear, coal and renewable energy Wednesday night at the Campus Energy Debate, an event hosted by the Alpha Nu Sigma Honor... [Read More]
The launch of the ride-hailing service Lyft has added to Uber's already existing impact in the transportation market of State College. [Read More]
The State College Borough Council discussed a hate crime resolution, upcoming events and some of the Planning Comission's latest projects. [Read More]
Art Alliance Gallery Downtown, located at 123 S. Fraser St., will open today for its opening reception. [Read More]
The new flexible-format Target, located at 118 S. Fraser St., is now open for business. [Read More]
The new flexible-format Target, located at 118 S. Fraser St., is now open for business. [Read More]
Arlyn Edelstein, a poet with nonverbal cerebral palsy, recited her work in public for the first time using a speech augmentation device called the Voz... [Read More]
RISE, a 140-foot housing and commercial development, will open in the summer of 2018. [Read More]
The Trip is a new cycling course offered at Fitology. Developed by Les Mills International, the course is being taught by a few Penn State... [Read More]
The 9/11 Heroes Run, an annual event hosted by the Travis Manion Foundation, is coming to State College for the first time this weekend. [Read More]
Local restaurateur Hitham Hiyajneh is bringing three new restaurants to E. Calder Way, which will add on to his three other restaurants the Pita Cabana,... [Read More]
The State College Borough Council discussed two financial policies, programmatic objectives and the possible goals for a new two-year budget during its work session Monday... [Read More]
The Centre County Alcohol Task Force is working to prevent drug and alcohol crimes in the Centre County region. With the start of the fall... [Read More]
Richard Lomotey, an assistant professor of information sciences and technology at Penn State Beaver, spoke of the different ways in which mobile technology can improve... [Read More]
Noi Supalai, a former Nike factory worker and president of a union, shared her experiences facing abusive working conditions in Thailand. [Read More]
As part of its annual Engineers Week, Penn State's College of Engineering held an egg drop competition in Kunkle Lounge on Wednesday. [Read More]