State College Area High school senior Johanny “JoJo” Velasquez won a junior world title in Red Bull Crashed Ice on Friday at Fenway Park in Boston. Velasquez lives and trains at Camp Woodward, and plays hockey for State High.
School districts across Centre county have issued closings or delays on Wednesday due to icy road conditions. State College, Bellefonte, Penns Valley and Bad Eagle, and Philipsburg-Osceola area school districts have closed.
Nicole Abrino, a woman who was shot at P.J. Harrigan’s Bar & Grill in State College, had eight procedures or surgeries to treat her injuries. Jordan Witmer, a 21-year-old from Bellefonte, shot and killed himself and three others.
How much snow and ice is Centre County going to get with the next winter storm? According to the National Weather Service State College, it’s going to be messy. Snow Monday evening is expected to turn to a wintry mix by Tuesday.
AccuWeather, a top-15 employer in Centre County, was found to have discriminated against female employees by subjecting them to sexual harassment and a hostile work environment, according to an agreement between the company and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs.
Unified Bocce is a new all-inclusive winter sports program offered at local Centre County high schools for students with disabilities to play alongside regular-ed students, and the sport is growing in popularity.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal would require municipalities that rely on state police for full-time coverage to pay for their service based on a sliding scale. Centre County municipalities would pay about $1 million.
Former District Attorney Stacy Parks Miller was officially suspended for one year and one day nearly two years after an investigation was launched by the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Alpha Fire Company responded at about 11:48 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 7, 2019, to a report of heavy black smoke coming out of the roof at 103 S. Allen St., above Animal Kingdom in downtown State College, Pa.
A master planning initiative surrounding a piece of land purchased by the Penns Valley Area School Board last March is focusing on safety and security, educational opportunities and extracurricular programming.