After two BugPAC-endorsed candidates were elected to State College Borough Council on Nov. 7, the political action committee’s leaders said they don’t plan on ending efforts to “reclaim State College” anytime soon.
Out of the many children who hoped to have a chance to help Santa Claus light the holiday tree Thursday at the downtown State College annual tree lighting ceremony, Breccan Mitchell, 3, was the lucky winner.
As night fell on State College, onlookers packed the streets from the Intramural Building on Penn State’s campus to the Allen Street Gates downtown for the latest iteration of a long-standing annual tradition.
Shirley Fonda, 82, considers herself a cat lady. She has 30 of them and runs a rescue shelter out of her Park Forest home. Caring for each one takes its toll, which is why she’s finally ready to close up shop after 19 years.
Daniel A. Nelsondnelson@mcclatchy.com
Shirley Fonda is ready to close her cat rescue after 19 years
State College prayer service for police officers and peace
Army Vet Vince Reynolds receives new patio from Heroscape