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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.

Population: 38420
Local Newspapers: Voices of Central PA Centre Daily Times
Local Sports Teams: Penn State Nittany Lions
Local Colleges: Penn State University

Zip Codes associated with state college, pennsylvania: 16801 16803
Towns/Cities near state college, pennsylvania : Bellefonte Houserville Boalsburg Philipsburg Park Forest Village

State College News
'Science on Tap' to Discuss Animal Psychology, Canine Therapists

Two leading Penn State researchers will talk about animal psychology and how service animals help trauma victims at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at Liberty Craft House as part of the Science on Tap series. Chad Shenk, an associate professor of human development and family studies.

Woskob Family Gallery to Host 'Pedestrian Rules' Exhibition

The Woskob Family Gallery in State College will host "Pedestrian Rules," an exhibition of photographic and time-based works by Haigen G. Pearson, Tyson Washburn and Barbara Weissberger, from Jan. 25 to March 3. The three artists explore commonplace sights such as buildings, boxes and reflections to speculate about viewers' relationships with ambiguity in everyday experience. Pearson's "Maintenance-Roma" is a video work in which a looping group of still images shows paint-splattered yellow traffic dividers repeating throughout the city.

Ice - bottleneck'

Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Ron Smith, who lives just off Route 59 where this flooding occurs yearly, looks over the ice jam that's backing up the water onto his property on Friday. The water in area streams and waterways is rising, and is expected to continue to do so until 7 p.m. Saturday, when the flood watch issued for Warren County, among several other counties in central Pennsylvania, expires.

State College Man Facing Burglary Charges

A State College man is facing felony and misdemeanor charges after he allegedly stole more than $900 from a desk at his former employer's office. According to a criminal complaint filed on Friday, the office manager at Park Forest apartments reported to Ferguson Township Police that some time between Nov. 20 and Dec. 14 someone had taken approximately $920 from a desk drawer.

Britney Spears 'happy' with Sam Asghari

The 'Toxic' hitmaker has been romancing the hunk for over a year ever since he starred in her music video for 'Slumber Party', and sources have now said an engagement could be on the horizon as the pair are getting increasingly more serious about one another. Sources also claim Sam is "really good" with the 36-year-old singer's two sons Sean, 12, and Jayden, 11, whom she has with her former husband Kevin Federline.

Liam Neeson feels like he's 40

Liam Neeson has revealed he still feels as though he's 40 years old, despite being halfway through his 60s. The 'Taken' actor celebrated his 65th birthday back in June, but has admitted he feels great for his age, and thinks he's "very lucky and very blessed" to still feel a whopping 15 years younger than he actually is.

Section of Park Avenue Reduced to One Lane After Water Main Break

State College Borough Water Authority is working to repair the break between North Allen Road and North Atherton Street. An notice from State College Borough was sent at about 1 p.m. Work is expected to last through rush hour and be completed by 7 p.m. Traffic will be reduced to one lane until the break is repaired, and drivers are advised to avoid the area if possible.

Flood Watch Issued with Rain, Brief Warm Up on the Way

With rain and a quick rise in temperatures that will melt snow and ice, the National Weather Service at State College has issued a flood watch for portions of central Pennsylvania, including all of Centre County. Intermittent rain is expected to begin Thursday evening with rainfall totals up to an inch and a half before the precipitation turns to a wintry mix Friday night into Saturday morning.

WePush Management Signs Super Band "It Is Written" To A Major Deal

WePush Management signs Super Band It Is Written to a Major Distribution deal with plans on releasing "Cold Blooded" early spring. "It Is Written is one of the hardest working indie bands in the industry," said Len Green Co-Founder WePush Management Group.

Rockefeller Center tree's head gardener

News/TV reporters had the pleasure to interview Mr. Erik Pauze, Head Gardener of the Rockeller Center tree and grounds. Mr. Pauze went to college in Long Island to study horticulture.

Winter Precipitation across the South expected to be below normal

No one expects a repeat of the disastrous drought of 2011, even with much of the nation stuck in a dry spell that's persisted for several months. "But it is a concern, a big concern," says AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Dale Mohler, State College, Pa.

School Board Discusses Changes to Homework, Recess Policies

Photo by woodleywonderworks/flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/4195916777 CC BY 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/ State College Area School Board on Monday delayed a vote on changes to elementary school, opting instead to continue discussion. Superintendent Bob O'Donnell said additional feedback from the board and the district's Culture, Climate and Learning Committee would be helpful before finalizing the policies.

Schlow Library Set to Reopen

At about 1 p.m. on Saturday plumbing and temperature issues caused the building to close early. Schlow communications director David Pencek said toilets had backed up and were flooding.

Borough Council Considering Conditional Use Permit For Garner Street Lot Development

After a speedy second Council meeting for new State College Mayor Don Hahn, Borough Council held a public hearing to discuss a high-rise development proposed for the current location of the Garner Street Lot. Preliminary plans for the development were submitted in November by CA Student Living, the company currently building The Rise on College Avenue, and the Friedmans.

New State High Building Opens

Students arrive the morning of Jan. 8 for their first day of classes in the new State College Area High School building. Photo by Geoff Rushton/StateCollege.com There is still work to be done, but after nearly two years of construction and many more of planning, the State High project reached a major milestone on Monday.

McNees Wallace: How One of Pa.'s Biggest 'Midsize' Firms Straddles Two Worlds

Editor's note: This is the first installment in what will be an ongoing series of Q&As with leaders of midsize firms in Pennsylvania, providing insight into the unique challenges and opportunities they face in a rapidly changing legal profession. With 135 attorneys, Harrisburg-based McNees Wallace & Nurick is in what chairman David Kleppinger describes as the "interesting position" of simultaneously being a midsize firm in the national legal market and the largest firm in central Pennsylvania.

New State High Building Ready to Open on Monday

Phase one of the new State College Area High School will open on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018. Screenshot via SCASD on YouTube State College Area High School students will move into phase one of the new high school when they return to class from winter break on Monday.

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