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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
Meals on Wheels About More Than Food Deliveries for Local Clients

Volunteers with Meals on Wheels in State College deliver meals three to five times a week to clients who are elderly, disabled or impoverished. Centre County Report's Janay Parrott went out on some local deliveries to talk to clients and find out how Meals on Wheels impacts them.

Your Guide To The 2017 Board Of Trustees Alumni Election

The Board of Trustees alumni election is officially underway as alumni can vote until May 4. This year's race for three open alumni trustee seats includes two of the incumbents - Alice Pope and Bob Jubelirer - and two newcomers - Jay Paterno and Robert Bowsher. Current trustee Al Lord was originally up for re-election as well, but ultimately decided to drop out of the race after he made controversial comments saying he was "running out of sympathy for 35 yr old, so-called victims with 7-digit net worth," referring to sex abuse victims of Jerry Sandusky.

Allergy Season Hits Hard in Centre County

It's springtime and flowers and trees across the area are in bloom, turning the landscapes of winter into the colorful masterpieces of the spring. Finver talked with State College physician Dr. Joseph Betz about you should do to fight off the sneezing and itchy eyes that come with the season for many.

Woman Allegedly Stole $1,200 in Clothes from Nittany Mall Store

A Williamsport woman is facing charges after allegedly stealing more than $1,200 in clothing from Macy's in the Nittany Mall. State College Police were called at 8:50 p.m. on Thursday to the store where loss prevention officers had the woman in custody, according to a criminal complaint.

Penn State Announces Commencement Speakers

A U.S. senator, an ESPN reporter and the co-founder of Reddit are among the speakers lined up for Penn State commencement ceremonies at University Park in May. University-wide, Penn State expects to award 13,894 degrees at spring commencement. That includes 226 associate, 11,435 baccalaureate, 1,590 master's, 262 law, 244 doctoral and 137 medical degrees.

School Board Considers Extended Elementary School Day Proposal

The State College Area School Board on Monday discussed a proposal that would extend the elementary school day and shift times for the middle and high school days. According to State College Area School District, its elementary school days as currently scheduled are relatively short compared to peer districts at six hours and six minutes.

Hearts For Homeless Provides Housing, Resources To State College Residents In Need

Penn State is known for its array of philanthropic programs, and students have the opportunity to help others all over the world. Hearts for Homeless, however, is a non-profit that aims to serve those right here in State College.

'Paranormal State' Star Faces Simple Assault Charge

Ryan Buell, who founded Penn State's Paranormal Research Society and starred in the reality television series "Paranormal State," is again facing legal trouble after an alleged domestic assault in State College. State College Police were called at about 7:15 p.m. on Friday to a Waupelani Drive apartment where Buell's boyfriend told police he and Buell had gotten into a verbal argument, according to a criminal complaint.

Canines take a bite out of cancer

Sentinel photo by BUFFIE BOYER Atticus, a seeing eye puppy in training, will take part in the first ever Bark For Life Mifflin Juniata Relay For Life event, which is presented by the Juniata County 4-H Seeing Eye Puppy Club. Atticus is living with Jean Swartz, of Port Royal, who is a cancer survivor, seeing eye puppy trainer and will be a speaker at the event.

Man Assaulted On West College Ave. Early Sunday Morning

A 21-year-old man was assaulted on West College Ave. between South Atherton St. and South Patterson St. around 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning, according to a press release from the State College Police Department. He was found lying in the grass on the 500 block of West College Ave. with injuries to his face and head.

Damage Reported As Weather Service Confirms Warren County Tornado

The National Weather Service in State College, Pa., issued a public information statement Friday afternoon confirming a tornado touched down in Warren County on Thursday night.

EF0 Tornado confirmed

The National Weather Service in State College, Pa., issued a public information statement at 1:25 p.m. Friday confirming reports of a tornado in Warren County.

Penn State Suspends Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity Recognition for Two Years

Penn State Vice President for Student Affairs Damon Sims said "Sigma Alpha Mu knowingly violated every rule that was imposed." Photo: Gareth Brangan/Onward State Penn State has suspended one fraternity's recognition for at least two years for violating new restrictions on alcohol use among Greek life organizations.

Penn State suspends recognition of fraternity for violating alcohol rules

Penn State suspended recognition of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity for at least two years following what university officials say were multiple violations by the fraternity of the university's rules on alcohol use on April 1. The university had banned alcohol at fraternity social events for the spring semester following the death of a student, Timothy Piazza, on Feb. 4. Piazza become intoxicated during Pledge Night at Beta Theta Pi fraternity and fell down a set of stairs. Fraternity members put Piazza on a couch, but the brothers didn't call for help for almost 12 hours.

McGlaughlin Receives FOP Endorsement for County Judge

Attorney Ron McGlaughlin received the endorsement of Bald Eagle Lodge #51 of the Fraternal Order of Police for Centre County Judge. Photo provided.

Lombardi Running for District Judge

Louis R. Lombardi, an attorney, college instructor and former New York City Police captain, formally announced his candidacy for magisterial district judge. Patton Township, Ferguson Township, Halfmoon Township and parts of College Township.

[Live Blog] Borough Council Candidates Night

The League of Women Voters of Centre County is hosting a Candidates Night at the State College Municipal Building for the contested races for State College School District, Borough Council, and State College Mayor. Primary elections will be held May 16 in State College.

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