Reducing speed limits by five mph decreases the amount of total and fatal crashes, according to a group of Penn State researchers. PennDOT said speed limits may be reduced by up to 10 mph under “specific safety-related conditions.”
An Amish family lost their busness in a Potter Township fire on Monday evening. Diamond Custom Kitchens, located at 3366 Penns Valley Pike, was a total loss, Centre Hall Fire Co. Command Chief Shawn Meyer said.
Rampage Room is slated to open at the Nittany Mall, outside State College, Pa., in March. The veteran-owned business will give people to opportunity to take out their stress by smashing objects. They’ll also have an Escape Room.
The construction projects at Corl Street and Radio Park elementary schools are still on schedule to be completed by the start of the 2019 school year. Students recently moved into the building from trailers.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day falls on Jan. 21, but in Centre County, remembrance ceremonies for the civil rights activist and preacher and celebrations of his life start earlier around Penn State and State College.
A controversy in Gregg Township over what some say is an “abuse” of the state’s Right-to-Know law by a local couple attracted the attention of transparency activists and spawned a letter-writing campaign to state representatives to change the current law.
A Japanese restaurant opened a second location in downtown State College. Tadashi opened this past weekend on the first floor of The Metropolitan, a high-rise building at the intersection of College Avenue and Atherton Street.