Shirley Fonda is ready to close her cat rescue after 19 years
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.
Bellefonte, Pa.-based Dam Donuts and Robin Hood Brewing Company are teaming up to craft a limited edition doughnut-infused beer. The Funky Monkey Chocolate-Covered Banana Donut Porter is expected to be available in late April.
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.
Spring Township residents packed a standing-room only meeting with the Spring Township Water Authority. The residents voiced their concerns over a proposed Nestle bottling plant that would be utilizing the township water resources.
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.
A fire started in the rear wheels area of a tractor trailer in the early afternoon April 20, 2016. The truck was traveling east on I-80 near mile marker 162 when the fire spread and engulfed the entire trailer. The road was shut down until firefig
The Bellefonte Historical and Cultural Association coordinated with Dave Kurtz to move of a 1869 freight warehouse from the Bellefonte Waterfront Development District to Talleyrand Park April 18, 2016. The building will eventually be made into a k