Expand your comic book collection at the AAUW book sale all thanks to a mystery donor
An unknown individual donated thousands of comic books to the annual American Association of University Women annual book sale in State College. About half of the titles will be available at the annual sale slated for May 12-15, 2018.
The University Park Airport conducted an emergency exercise involving a mock plane crash and pretend victims May 23, 2018. The training is required by the FAA every three years, and involves fire companies and EMS from across the county.
Fitness 4 Life owner Brad Cornali explains his mobile gym concept which brings the workout to the customer. Good for any outdoor workout, the gym offers multiple workout opportunities with a variety of equipment.
A public hearing was held on a zoning ordinance proposal for the planned Patton Crossing development in Patton Township. Residents gave mixed views on the development, with about even numbers for and against it.
The Centre County 4H Robotics team, Team 4027, was part of the winning alliance in the FIRST Robotics Competition Championship on April 28, 2018. The competition featured more than 15,000 students from around the world gathering in Detroit, Mich.
Young Scholars of Central Pennsylvania Behavior Intervention Specialist Bill Ewing demonstrates the Barracuda Intruder Defense System at the school. The system is designed to block an intruder from entering classrooms and student spaces.
The Pennsylvania Student Power Network joined campuses across the state in condemning groups they say help spread discrimination. The group delivered a letter to the university president's office seeking to have funds for such groups cut off.
Pastor Harold McKenzie says a prayer for law enforcement and peace. Led by local clergy a prayer service is held at the Municipal Building in State College, Pa., for the State College Police Department and for racial healing.
Army veteran Vince Reynolds received a new patio at his State College home as part of the Heroscape Patio for a Patriot program May 27, 2016. CPI students designed and build the patio through EP Henry a New Jersey based company.
Community Christmas Day Dinner at the State College Presbyterian Church, 132 W. Beaver Avenue, on Friday, December 25 from 3:00 to 6:00 PM. The holiday feast was free and included a traditional turkey dinner with all of the fixings along with dess