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One dead in Mifflin Township

MIFFLIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WCMH) — The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a homicide in Mifflin Township Sunday night. According to a sheriff’s office tweet, the incident took place on the 2900 block of Woodland Avenue. The post was made at 10:02 p.m. Sheriff’s deputies said they are currently interviewing a person of interest. There […]
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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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Penn State Football: 5 bold recruiting predictions for July

The last leg of the recruiting crazy period is here for Penn State Football and it’s time to cash in on those June visits. Last July, Penn State football landed 12 2022 commits and one 2023 commit. The Nittany Lions will look to replicate that success this month. Penn...

Breaking down the top 5 defensive linemen Penn State will face in 2022

The Big Ten boasted two of the nation’s best pass rushers last season with the Michigan duo of Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo terrorizing quarterbacks from start to finish. But both of them are off the next level — Hutchinson went No. 2 overall in the 2022 NFL Draft — and it leaves a void of who the next big time defensive lineman in the Big Ten is.

Countdown to Kickoff: 60 days until Penn State football

Penn State aims to bounce back into Big Ten contention this fall following a 7-6 finish last season. The Nittany Lions fell from 5-0 in 2021, concluding with an Outback Bowl loss, but have since used the Transfer Portal and a top-10 recruiting class to retool the roster. PSU opens...

2023 Three-star Wide Receiver Will Commit on July 25; Penn State is in his Top Five

Carmello D. Taylor, a Class of 2023 three-star athlete out of Roanoke, Virginia, has narrowed his school of choice down to five, and Penn State made the list. Penn State is in the hunt along with Maryland, South Carolina, Virginia Tech and West Virginia. Taylor was one of the standout performers at Penn State’s 7-on-7 camp on his official visit on June 24.

Philipsburg Heritage Days ready to return

PHILIPSBURG, Pa. (WTAJ)– After being cancelled the last two years, Philipsburg’s annual Heritage Days event is set to return in July. The event goes on from Tuesday, July 12 throughout Sunday, July 17 and will feature music and entertainment while celebrating the town’s heritage. A full schedule of events can be found below: Tuesday, July […]

Another $10,000 For Brent Marks

PORT ROYAL, Pa. — Brent Marks just keeps on rolling in Pennsylvania Speedweek sprint car competition. Marks drove to his fifth victory in six nights time during round eight of the series Saturday night at Port Royal Speedway, winning the 30-lap Greg Hodnett Classic at the half-mile dirt track.

Penn State freshmen offensive redshirt predictions

At this point, almost all of the Penn State Class of 2023 is on campus in Happy Valley. So it’s an excellent time to take an early look at which players might have the go-ahead to burn their redshirt this fall, which ones are a clear redshirt, and which players fall between those categories. The Penn State staff refers to these players as green light, red light, and yellow light players. So let’s look at the class and project and which players fall into which categories. We’ll only be assessing the true freshmen, not the transfer portal players or Lackawanna transfers. Today we’ll finish our evaluation with the offense.

Will Big Ten expansion help Penn State Football recruiting?

USC and UCLA are now members of the Big Ten conference effective in 2024, leading to West Coast exposure for the conference. A conference that originally ranged from Indiana to Minnesota in 1896 now stretches from New York City suburbs to the heart of Los Angeles. The growth of the...