State College marks midway stop for traveling carnival
Powers and Thomas Midway Entertainment is bringing their carnival to State College for four days starting Wednesday. The impromptu stop marks the mid point between the carnival's travels between Philadelphia and Northwest Pennsylvania.
As road work along North Atherton Street continues, PennDOT representatives say communication is the name of the game in keeping the public updated and ask that drivers remain patient heading through work areas.
State College borough health inspector Brian O'Donnell talks to the CDT about ensuring food at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts is safe for visitors. Vendors are inspected for food safety, sanitation practices and employee hygiene.
A water main break closed South Pugh Street in the State College borough Sunday night, water authority interim director Brian Heiser said. Crews have repaired the break, and are working to reopen the street.
McLanahan's Downtown Market now offers beer on tap and six-packs available for purchase. Customers can purchase a pre-paid card, which they can use to sample or buy full glasses from a variety of brews.
Ferguson Township police have become the first municipality in the Centre Region to use both body and vehicle cameras in interactions with the public. These cameras will help protect both citizens and officers, Chief Chris Albright said.
Former Beta Theta Pi brother Ryan Burke pleaded guilty to charges of hazing in relation to the death of Beta pledge Timothy Piazza in February 2017. Burke's attorney, Philip Masorti, said his client extended his condolences to the Piazza family.
Glenn O. Hawbaker Inc., a State College-based construction company, confirmed June 12, 2018, that it is under investigation by the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. The context of the investigation has not yet been revealed.
SCASD director of physical plant Ed Poprik talks about the new energy efficiency measure put in place around the district. This will not only reduce spending for the district, he says, but will be a benefit to both students and the community.
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