In Centre County, homelessness doesn’t look like what you might expect. As part of the annual Point-in-Time count, a total of 62 people were identified as “sheltered homeless,” and four people were found to be “unsheltered.” But those numbers don’t show the full picture.
A suspected DUI crash early Thursday morning took out two large traffic signs — including one that read “targeted enforcement” — on East College Avenue, just west of Porter Road, according to State College police.
Schlow Centre Region Library was placed in a bracket challenge by a group called Engaging Local Government Leaders against 31 other public libraries from across the United States to determine which one will claim the title of “best public library.”
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