As national retailers such as Sears, Bon-Ton and Macy’s continue to struggle, College Township officials consider whether a casino might be the answer to revitalizing the Nittany Mall.
As national retailers such as Sears, Bon-Ton and Macy’s continue to struggle, College Township officials consider whether a casino might be the answer to revitalizing the Nittany Mall. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
As national retailers such as Sears, Bon-Ton and Macy’s continue to struggle, College Township officials consider whether a casino might be the answer to revitalizing the Nittany Mall. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

Would you bet on a casino coming to the Nittany Mall?

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