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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
CATA Sets Community Input Meeting

Residents will have the opportunity to offer ideas and feedback on the CATARIDE service when Centre Area Transportation Authority staff hold a community input on Monday, Nov. 27. The annual session will be held at 5 p.m. immediately following the regular monthly meeting of CATA's board of directors, in the Borough Council Chamber of the State College Municipal Building, 243 S. Allen St. A community input meeting was held for CATA Bus service in October. CATARIDE provides curb-to-curb transportation primarily for persons 65 and over and individuals whose disabilities prevent their use of the CATA Bus system.

State College Ranked 'Drunkest' City In Pennsylvania On List Dominated By College Towns

Groundbreaking news hit the web this week in the form of a "drunkest cities" list: College students drink. Really, it's fascinating.

State College Borough Council Votes To Prohibit Casino, For Now

State College Borough Council on Monday passed a resolution that prevents, at least for now, potential development of a mini-casino in the borough. The measure makes State College the first, though very likely not the last, Centre Region municipality to pass such a resolution.

New Mixed-Use High-Rise Proposed for Garner Street Lot

The parking lot at 132 S. Garner St. in State College is the proposed site for a new mixed-used high-rise. This rendering shows the proposed phase 1 of the project with a 13-story building.

Artist of Month: Lisa Baumgartner

Growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area, one of Lisa Baumgartner's most indelible memories is of pulling apricots from trees while riding her bicycle. She laments that Silicon Valley, as it's known now, is heavily congested, but that fact doesn't clutter her mind when she muses on the beauty of those scenic memories.

State College Borough Council Votes to Prohibit Casino, for Now

State College Borough Council on Monday passed a resolution that prevents, at least for now, potential development of a mini-casino in the borough. The measure makes State College the first, though very likely not the last, Centre Region municipality to pass such a resolution.

With Holiday Travel Coming Up, Local Law Enforcement Take Part in Seat Belt Campaign

Taking part in a Click It or Ticket kickoff event were, from left to right, are Officer Mike Mamolen of the State College Police Department, Sergeant Shawn Morrison of the Ferguson Township Police Department, Officer Adam Salyards of the SCPD, Officer Tony Roefaro of the Spring Township Police Department, Chief Mike Danneker of STPD, Corporal Tom Granville of the Pennsylvania State Police at Rockview, Operations Manager Dean Risser of ARC Restaurants, and Officer Kevin Winkelblech of the SCPD. Photo provided.

AccuWeather Administrator Announces State Senate Bid

Democrat Ezra Nanes, director of business development at AccuWeather, announced on Monday his candidacy for Pennsylvania Senate representing the 34th district. The seat has been held since 1999 by current Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman, R-Benner Township.

Mt. Lebanon resident featured in '11/8/16' documentary

But with her rights secured as a 20-year-old, 21st-century woman, the then-president of the Kent State College Democrats confidently cast her ballot on Nov. 8, 2016, for Hillary Clinton, then looked forward to celebrating what she thought would be the election of the nation's first female president. The reactions of Barkowitz and 15 others across the political spectrum to the actual result is captured in "11/8/16," a documentary released nationally on Nov. 3. Among a diverse group of Americans appearing in the 104-minute movie, she is the sole college student.

Police officer killed in Pennsylvania, gunman at large

SWAT team members prepare to search the neighborhood where a police officer was fatally shot Friday, Nov. 17, 2017, in New Kensington, Pa. Authorities in Pennsylvania say a police officer was shot and killed while making a traffic stop and a search is underway for the gunman.

The Best Responses to Prying Personal Questions You Don't Want to Answer

The holiday season is here, and we're preparing to stuff our faces, see distant family and friends, and brace ourselves for those cringe-worthy questions relatives tend to ask about personal issues that are really no one's business. Still no boyfriend? When are you two going to have children? When's the wedding going to happen? Why do people grill you like this in the first place? "Often this kind of persistent prying is caused by a kind of entitlement or confusion about what belongs to whom," Jason Wheeler, PhD, a psychotherapist in New York City, tells Health in an email.

Four Charged in Menorah Theft

Four Penn State students have been charged for allegedly stealing and damaging a menorah that was in front of a State College rabbi's home. According to a criminal complaint filed by State College Police, the 9-foot menorah, which was valued at more than $1,000, was believed to have been stolen from the front lawn of the Hetzel Street residence in the early morning hours of Oct. 28. It was then left damaged on the front porch of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity, which is historically Jewish.

Unrelated investigation at Penn State frat helped police find new video in Piazza hazing death

Video footage from the basement of the Beta Theta Pi house that helped reveal every drink consumed by Timothy Piazza the night he was mortally injured would not have come to light if not for another crime being investigated at the fraternity. According to court records filed this week: State College police in late July obtained a sealed search warrant as part of an investigation into potential crimes that occurred inside the fraternity wholly unrelated to Piazza's death.

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Running a restaurant in a college town is unlike running a restaurant anywhere else. Few folks know that better than Matt Crumpton, CEO of D.P. Dough Franchising, which has placed all 27 of its specialty calzone quick-serve locations in college towns like Athens, Ohio; State College, Pennsylvania; and Ithaca, New York.

Blake Shelton named 2017 'Sexiest Man Alive'

Singer/songwriter Blake Shelton performs during Happy Valley Jam 2017 in Beaver Stadium on the campus of Penn State University July 8, 2017 in State College, Pennsylvania. Singer/songwriter Blake Shelton performs during Happy Valley Jam 2017 in Beaver Stadium on the campus of Penn State University July 8, 2017 in State College, Pennsylvania.

Two Clearfield County Bridges in Greenwood Township are Open to Traffic

They were each replaced as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. Replacement of the bridges will remove them from PennDOT's list of bridges in "poor" condition.

Community Rings in the Holiday Season with State College Tree Lighting

With help from Santa Claus and some friends, this year's Christmas tree at the Allen Street Gates was lit for the first time on Thursday, the culmination of a festive celebration on South Allen Street. Hundreds of community members came out on a chilly night for the annual State College Downtown Improvement District's annual event.

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