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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
School Board OKs SCASD Education Foundation Agreement

The State College Area School Board on Monday voted to approved a memorandum of understanding to provide no more than $120,000 each of the next three years to support operations of the State College Area School District Education Foundation. The foundation was established as a separate charitable organization in 2015 for private fundraising for student experiences and learning opportunities not regularly supported in the annual district budget.

Memorial Field Renovation Plans Approved, Bidding to Be Delayed

State College Area School Board voted on Monday to approve final design documents for the final phase of Memorial Field renovations, but will delay putting the project out for bidding likely until the fall. The project -- which will include new locker rooms, restrooms, pedestrian plazas, home-side seating and concessions -- was originally expected to be put out for bid in April with bids awarded in May. Some work would have begun in the summer and paused in the fall, with construction resuming in December, pausing again in fall 2019 and finishing in the spring of 2020.

Duck Donuts Now Open In State College

Add Duck Donuts to your list of Instagrammable State College brunch options: The North Carolina-based joint has officially opened its State College location. Best known for its warm, made-to-order donuts, the shop also serves coffee, tea, and espresso drinks, donut breakfast sandwiches, and donut sundaes.

Man Allegedly Strangled, Kicked and Bit His Wife

A State College man is facing charges after incidents in which he allegedly bit, kicked and strangled his wife and told her she was lucky he didn't shoot her. According to a criminal complaint, the woman reported on Sunday that on March 3 her husband, Donald W. Moore Jr., 49, had grabbed her upper arm and kicked her shin during an argument.

With National School Walkout on Wednesday, State High Students Plan...

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/ Wednesday will mark one month since 17 students and faculty were killed in a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., and teachers and students at thousands of schools are expected to take part in a national walkout.

Questions to Be Answered about Nestle Waters

When Nestle Waters announced it planned to potentially open a water bottling facility in Centre County earlier this year, it left many with questions. The international company plans to answer some of those questions at an information session on Monday.

Stock Analysts' Updated EPS Estimates for March, 9th (DSW, ECR,...

According to Zacks, "DSW Inc. is a leading branded footwear and accessories retailer that offers a wide selection of brand name and designer dress, casual and athletic footwear and accessories for women, men and kids. DSW operates 514 stores in 43 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, and operates an e-commerce site,, and a mobile website,

Credit Card Skimmer Found at State College Gas Station

Staff at a local convenience store discovered a debit/credit card skimmer had been placed on a gas pump, according to State College Police. Snappy's Convenience Store, 535 University Drive, reported that the device was located on pump No.

Creator of Secret Keeper Girl returns to Cedarville University -

Best-selling author Dannah Gresh, a 1989 alumna of Cedarville University, will return to her alma mater to speak in chapel on Thursday, March 22. Gresh and her husband, Bob, have founded two organizations: Pure Freedom and Secret Keeper Girl. Both organizations put on events in cities across the nation to promote purity among young adults and strengthen mother-daughter relationships.

Medical Marijuana Dispensary Targets May Opening

The medical marijuana dispensary and a marijuana certification center may be ready by May in the building that used to be home to El Jalisco's on North Atherton Street. Nature's Medicine, Centre County's first medical marijuana dispensary, is hoping to open in State College in May, as long as all the necessary permits are obtained for the business.

USC teachers honored

Two Boyce Middle School teachers were honored with the Promising Practitioners Award from the Pennsylvania Association for Middle Level Education. English language arts teachers Amy Homer and Morgan Olsen were recognized on Feb. 26 at the PAMLE 2018 Conference in State College.

Ellen Siberian Tiger talks songwriting, music school, and representation on the 25 O'Clock podcast

One of the newer faces in the Philly music scene, Ellen Tiberio-Schultz, better known by her band name Ellen Siberian Tiger , is the most recent guest on Dan Drago's long-running 25 O'Clock podcast. The songwriter sat down for a conversation with Drago ahead of this week's snowstorm, and the two cover everything from Tiberio-Schultz's upbringing in State College, PA to her brief stint as the drummer in a Liz Phair cover band.

A State College Native Is Performing at The Metropolitan Opera, and...

State College native Sarah Shafer will perform with the Metropolitan Opera on March 10. Her interpretation of a Babylonian princess from a 19th-century Rossini opera will be presented live in high definition at the State Theatre. Photo provided.

Lane Closures Scheduled for South Atherton Street

State College Public Works Department activity will result in lane closures this week on two sections of South Atherton Street. Crews will be replacing setting three streetlights between College Avenue and Beaver Avenue on Wednesday morning.

CRPR Easter Egg Hunt Will Mark 58th Year with a New Location

The 58th Annual Easter Egg Hunt will move to Oak Hall Regional Park, 120 Linden Hall Road in Boalsburg, after previously being held at Orchard Park in State College. This year's event will take place on Saturday, March 31. "Because CRPR's Annual Easter Egg Hunt continues to grow, we need more space to hide the eggs, as well as better access and parking for our participants," a CRPR release stated.

In the region

Geisinger announced that Dr. Jaewon Ryu has been recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of 2018's Minority Executives to Watch in Healthcare. The biennial program recognizes the Ten to Watch honorees and this year's Top 25 Minority Executives in Healthcare for influencing policy and care delivery models across the country while highlighting the continued need to nurture diversity in their organizations.

Boalsburg Man Accused of Selling Heroin, Crack

A Boalsburg man is facing felony and misdemeanor charges after he allegedly sold heroin and crack cocaine to a police informant on three occasions. According to a criminal complaint, State College Police received a tip in November 2017 that Cody S. Bechdel, 31, was selling "large amounts of heroin" from his Boalsburg residence.

Police Say Woman Made False Accident Report, Used Fake Name to Receive $5,000 in Medical Services

A woman who claimed to be in pain after being struck by a vehicle in downtown State College allegedly made a false accident report, used someone else's name and received thousands of dollars in medical services at Mount Nittany Medical Center. According to a criminal complaint, a woman later identified as Carmelina D. Favro, 46, entered the medical entered the emergency room at about 1:20 a.m. on Sunday and said she was struck by a black sedan and experiencing pain to her entire body.


Using Avail Technologies as an integrator and ITS provider, Centre Area Transportation Authority provides urban-scale transit to Penn State students and State College, PA, residents Centre Area Transportation Authority operates community and campus transit routes in State College, PA, home to Pennsylvania State University . Though its approximately 72 full-size buses, eight paratransit buses and 40 vans only rate as a small-to-midsize fleet, CATA provides an urban-scale level of transit service.

Businesses to Expand Near University Park Airport

Keystone Payroll is hoping to build a new facility on an Airport Park lot. Photo by Vincent Corso/Centre County Gazette Two area businesses are looking to expand near the University Park Airport, with hopes that the extra space will help them grow even more in the future.

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