The State College Area school board on Monday approved lighting and removable goal posts for the South Track to increase field options for State High teams. The 70-foot-tall light structures still need approval from Borough Council.
Former AccuWeather CEO and President Donald Trump’s nominee to lead the National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration, Barry Myers, responded to the claims of “widespread” sexual harassment at the company.
Sabine Graham, of State College, pleaded guilty to possessing heroin more than three years after a Philadelphia-area woman died of a fentanyl overdose. Her body was later dumped along Plainfield Road in Ferguson Township.
Bellefonte Borough Manager Ralph Stewart floated the idea of a “cat house” in the community to shelter stray cats in Bellefonte in a home setting. Will that help solve the area’s stray cat problem, or are there other needs?
Weather patterns are increasingly favoring wetness in central Pennsylvania, meteorologists say, with record rainfall recorded in State College in 2018. Here’s how that could affect stream health and fish populations.
Amid a national outbreak, a possible case of the measles reported Thursday by the Mount Nittany Physician Group Pediatrics location in Boalsburg to the state Department of Health has come back negative.
A long-term lane closure on Interstate 99 southbound between the Bellefonte and Penn State exits is expected to cause traffic delays for commuters, starting Monday. A detour will also be back in place in Potters Mills Gap.
A possible case of measles was reported by the Mount Nittany Physician Group Pediatrics location in Boalsburg to the Pa. Department of Health, Mount Nittany Health confirmed Thursday, amid a nationwide outbreak.
A group of protesters calling themselves #WeAreNot have so far staged two silent “die-in” protests in State College and on Penn State’s campus, demanding “justice for Osaze Osagie.” Here’s who they are and what they demand.
In response to the State College police shooting of Osaze Osagie, 29, on March 20, Borough Council on Monday announced several initial actions it plans to take to begin addressing issues of racism, mental health and policing.