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State College is located in central Pennsylvania. The city, along with several other surrounding communities, is referred to as "Happy Valley." The area was first given the nickname during the Great Depression, as it was not hit as hard by the economic depression, unlike most places. It is believed that the reason behind its resistance to the depression was because of its college scene. In the late 1980s, a psychological survey ranked State College as one of the least stressful places in the nation.
Local Newspapers: Voices of Central PA Centre Daily Times
Local Sports Teams: Penn State Nittany Lions
Local Colleges: Penn State University
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Towns/Cities near state college, pennsylvania : Bellefonte Houserville Boalsburg Philipsburg Park Forest Village
Free Holiday Parking to Return to Downtown State College
For those heading to downtown State College next week for some holiday shopping or a bite to eat, there will be no need to worry about feeding the parking meter or paying before leaving the garage. Beginning Dec. 17 and continuing through Dec. 25, parking at all borough-operated garages, lots and street meters will be free thanks to a partnership between the borough and the Downtown State College Improvement District.Boxing Class at State College Gym Focused on Knocking Out Parkinson's Disease
Nearly one million Americans are affected by Parkinson's disease, and there's no cure. But a State College fitness center is offering a program to counterpunch the neurological disorder.End Of An Era For Two Beloved Penn State Establishments
STATE COLLEGE, PA - A popular State College bar and restaurant frequented by Penn State students and alumni over the years is closing because the new owner of the building is evicting the businesses. With mixed emotions, Duke Gastiger and his wife, Monica, made the announcement recently on social media that their two iconic businesses would be closing.Choral Society Christmas Concert to Benefit Food Bank
The State College Choral Society's third annual Christmas concert will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Grace Lutheran Church in State College. In lieu of an admission fee, audience members are invited to bring canned or non-perishable food items to the concert to benefit the State College Food Bank.CBICC Awards Honor Businesses and Leaders
Amanda McClellan of Doing Better Business was named 2017 Young Professional of the Year at the CBICC Excellence in Business Awards. Photo provided Nearly 250 business and community leaders gathered on Thursday at the Nittany Lion Inn as the Chamber of Business and Industy of Centre County celebrated its 2017 Excellence in Business Awards.Bellefonte Victorian Christmas: A Tradition Continues
The 36th annual Victorian Christmas kicks off on Friday, turning Bellefonte into a winter wonderland for the weekend. With horse-drawn carriage rides, music, historical tours, breakfast with Santa and much more, there are activities for all ages to celebrate the holiday season.RETTEW opens State College, Pa., office
RETTEW opened its sixth office in Pennsylvania. Located in State College, Centre County, the office will serve as a regional hub for staff working in RETTEW's Energy and Environmental Engineering group.Warren spared winter weather for time being
According to forecasters at the National Weather Service in State College, Pa., areas north of Warren - as far north as Buffalo - may be seeing some heavy snowfall in the next few days, but Warren is still relatively free and clear of the white stuff for now. Still, the transition to winter weather, and specifically winter driving, can come with a few issues.Pennsylvania professor offers extra credit to 'rally against the GOP tax bill'
At least one Kutztown University professor offered students extra credit Tuesday to participate in a rally against the GOP tax plan. "Please join your faculty as we rally against the GOP Tax Bill that has serious implications to you and on Higher Education.Support, Concerns Voiced for Proposed HARB
The ordinance under consideration would create local historic districts for the Holmes-Foster/Highlands and College Heights neighborhoods. Both are historic districts in the National Register of Historic Places, but no local regulations are currently in place to maintain the historic character of the neighborhoods.Board Continues Discussion of School Day Proposal
State College Area School Board on Monday received an update, including projected costs, for a proposal that would extend the elementary school day and provide a later start time for middle schools and the high school. District teachers voted in April to approve a contract change in support of a proposal to provide more planning and instruction time at the elementary level and later start times for the secondary schools.Twitter Reacts To State College Legend The Skeller Closing
Simply put, The Skeller is a pillar of downtown State College. Stroll by on any weekend night - and many weeknights - and you'll see a line leading up the sidewalk from the entrance to College Avenue.Historic Rathskeller, Spats to Close
Two longtime downtown State College establishments that have been traditions for generations of local residents and Penn State community members are closing their doors. The All-American Rathskeller and Spats Caf and Speakeasy will both close, owners Duke and Monica Gastiger announced in a news release on Monday, stating that the new owners of the property at the corner of South Pugh Street and East College Avenue informed them their lease would not be renewed.Police Seek Suspects in Theft, Credit Card Fraud Cases
Police are seeking a suspect who allegedly stole a purse in downtown State College and attempted to use the owner's credit card at two locations on Oct. 25. Photo provided. State College police are looking for a suspect who allegedly attempted to use stolen credit card information at local liquor stores in July.Herlochers Vow to Maintain Character of Skeller Location, Say They Tried to Resolve Lease Issues
The owners of the All-American Rathskeller property say they tried to work through lease issues with the proprietors of the beloved basement bar and that they are committed to continuing its character and traditions. Skeller owners Duke and Monica Gastiger announced on Monday that the bar, along with Spats Cafe and Speakeasy, will soon close because the new owners of the building at the corner of South Pugh Street and East College Avenue informed them their lease would not be renewed and the space had been leased to another tenant.New Penn State SBDC Director Looks to Build on Efforts to Help Area Entrepreneurs
A Penn State graduate, she returns to State College from Hermosa, Calif., where she was president and CEO for the Hermosa Beach Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. Throughout her career MacMullan has experience in financial operations and business planning for corporations and nonprofits, including as a consultant for the Lehigh Valley SBDC.THON Celebrates Annual Family Carnival
Penn State's White Building was filled with laughter Sunday afternoon as Four Diamonds children, families and volunteers gathered for the annual THON Family Carnival. Little lions ran around the gym playing games and enjoying an afternoon of celebration.Pop Up Ave Flea Market Returns with Holiday Edition
Pop Up Ave flea market was previously held in the Garner Street lot. The Pop Up Ave holiday market will be held on Dec. 9 on South Fraser Street.State College Man Found Guilty of 730 Counts of Child Sex Abuse
After a two-day jury trial, Joseph J. Neff, 36, was convicted on all counts. The victim, a family member of Neff's, told police that the abuse dated back to 2009 when she was eight-years-old and continued through 2016 on a weekly basis at residences in Boalsburg and State College.Proposed Tax Reform Raises Concerns Among Graduate Students
A crowd gathered in front of the Allen Street gates in State College this week to protest a proposed federal tax reform that could hit graduate students hard. One of the changes in the GOP-authored bill passed by the House is that the tuition waiver for graduate students would become taxable income.
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