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Disabled Veteran and Service Dog Kicked Out

Earlier this year, a Centre County Disabled Veteran filed a Federal Suit claiming a State College area business refused to let his Service Dog into the store. Now, several months later, he’s encountering new frustrations. Video shows Christopher Taylor of Bellefonte with his Service Dog Zeke. Taylor says Zeke...
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Scenes from Bellefonte’s Independence Day Parade

Bellefonte kicked off Fourth of July weekend on Saturday with Logan Fire Company’s Independence Day parade. Hundreds of people lined the streets from the high school to Talleyrand Park to watch as local emergency responders, musicians, youth performing arts groups, political figures and more proceeded through the borough, tossing more than 10,000 pieces of candy along the way.
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“Kids on Wheels” ride through downtown State College

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (WTAJ) — State College families kicked off their Fourth of July holiday with the Kids on Wheels parade through Sidney Friedman Park. The parade was organized by Centre Region Parks and Recreation and has been held annually for over 50 years. Around 300 residents participated in the parade, each bringing hand-decorated bikes […]
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Red, White and Blue Wreath

MIFFLINBURG, Pa. — We visit Keith Phelps of Inspired Designs by Keith Phelps at Brookside Acres to create a beautiful Americana inspired wreath. Keith utilizes grape vine, a variety of life-like florals, a tea stained American Flag and beautiful red, white and blue ribbon to craft this lovely décor for your door, wall or garden gate.
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State College

Taste of the Month: Burger and a (Loaded) Shake?

When it comes to gourmet burgers and shakes in Happy Valley, BRGR offers a menu and atmosphere unlike any other. BRGR is located at 122 W. College Ave., the former Citizens Bank building. According to manager Dan Geiger, the location housed the first-ever bank in State College. First National Bank of State College had operated out of a room in the postmistress’s house from 1907 until moving in 1911 into the brand-new 122 W. College Ave. building.
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State College

Centred Outdoors: Rhoneymeade Brims with Outdoor Awe for All

ClearWater Conservancy’s Centred Outdoors program continues its free weekly outdoor adventure series this Sunday, July 3, and Wednesday, July 6, at Rhoneymeade Arboretum and Sculpture Garden in Centre Hall. Guides will offer tours of the 150-acre site that showcases an inspiring trifecta of regional history, artistic excellence and natural beauty.
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State College

Backyard Bosses Are Fired Up

Summer means vacations, swimming, outdoor adventures … and the backyard grill. We sat down with some of Centre County’s best backyard chefs—masters of grilling, barbecuing, and smoking. In a nutshell, they explain, grilling means cooking over a fire, hot and fast. Barbecue means low and slow, and smoking means cooking something with smoke—also low and slow.
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State College

Artist of the Month: ‘Ethically handmade’

Page Powell was in third grade when her grandmother gave her a great gift—teaching her how to sew. Sewing became Powell’s passion, and she has spent the past eight years honing her skills. Now 16, she has turned that passion into a small business, Lazanya Sunwear, whose name in part pays homage to her late grandmother and the beloved lasagna she used to make for her family.
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The Blonde Bistro Moving to New Location with On-Site Brew House

A Bellefonte-area restaurant is headed to a new location and adding its own craft beer to the menu. The Blonde Bistro owner Ciara Semack confirmed Friday on Facebook that this week she finalized the purchase the former Old Farmhouse Eatery and Brewery building at 226 Nittany Valley Drive in Zion.
BELLEFONTE, PA
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Perry Wellington 4.5 – A Toast to the Fourth of July

Sponsored Content by Perry Wellington Realty, LLC. The Perry Wellington Realty team is excited for the Fourth of July and while George Pisanick is on vacation, the gang wanted to have a toast and talk about his “Little beers” from last week. “Wine ice cream float” anyone?
LEWISTOWN, PA

Penn State to sell Nittany Lion Inn, Penn Stater Hotel

CENTRE COUNTY, Pa. (WTAJ) — The Scholar Hotel Group is adding two more hotels to their roster: The Nittany Lion Inn and Penn Stater Hotel & Conference Center. The Penn State Board of Trustees approved a purchasing agreement and ground lease during their meeting on June 29. “While both hotels have served the University community […]
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Centred Outdoors …

CENTRE HALL — ClearWater Conservancy’s Centred Outdoors program continues its free weekly outdoor adventure series this Sunday, July 3, and Wednesday, July 6, at Rhoneymeade Arboretum and Sculpture Garden in Centre Hall. Guides will offer tours of the 150-acre site that showcases an inspiring trifecta of regional history, artistic excellence and natural beauty.
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Oh! The Places You’ll Go!

Like this article? Support us by subscribing here. Your donation will help us continue to provide quality of life news and make local impact possible. In the words of the great philosopher, Dr. Seuss, “Oh! The Places You’ll Go!” Granted, the renowned children’s author may not have been referring to fabulous weekend destinations, but we’re sure he wouldn’t mind extending a little poetic license.
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Lock Haven’s Piper-Harmon Playground due for improvements

LOCK HAVEN, PA – The City’s Piper-Harmon Playground is shut down for the duration of summer as the nearly century-old park at E. Bald Eagle and Race Streets is due for some upgrades funded through Community Development Block Grant money. The improvements will replace the current swing sets...