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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
Small Towns Rising Aims To Promote Activism, Justice Throughout State College

All notable movements have to start somewhere, and State College resident Amy Cohen decided the Penn State community was the perfect place to jumpstart her new project. Small Towns Rising provides new activists with the tools needed to learn how to effectively speak out about issues they deem important.

How To Give Back In State College Before The Semester Ends

Spring semester will soon come to a close, but there's still plenty of time to get involved in philanthropy and community service events in the State College Community. Here's just a few events to look forward to during the final month of school.

Laverne Cox Reschedules Lecture at Penn State

Laverne Cox's lecture at Penn State has been rescheduled for April 20. Photo courtesy Penn State Student Programming Association. Penn State's Student Programming Association announced Monday afternoon that it has rescheduled its Distinguished Speaker Series Lecture with actress Laverne Cox for 8 p.m. on Thursday, April 20. As originally planned, the lecture will be held in Eisenhower Auditorium.

Man Charged with Strangulation, Assault

A State College man is facing a felony strangulation charge and a misdemeanor assault charge stemming from an incident early Thursday morning. A woman reported to Penn State Police that Keerti Prakash, with whom she had ended a relationship about a month ago, came to her campus apartment just after midnight and said that he was "feeling alone" and "needed a friend," according to the criminal complaint.

New Restaurant, Momotaro, Bringing Thai Ice Cream To State College

The Thai ice cream joint, Momotaro, is opening its doors in State College to serve Penn State sweet treats at 220 W. College Ave. within the next few weeks. Thai ice cream is made by freezing a large slab of stone and pouring a combination of milk, heavy cream, salt, and sugar over it.

Penn State ex-president convicted of one charge in Sandusky scandal

FILE PHOTO: Penn State University President Graham Spanier poses in his office in the Old Main building in State College, Pennsylvania, in this February 26, 1997 file photo. REUTERS/Craig Houtz/File Photo A jury convicted the former president of Penn State University of child endangerment on Friday for his handling of a 2001 report that assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was seen molesting a boy in a campus shower.

Bed Bug Biopesticide in Development

A new fungal-based biopesticide currently in development by scientists at Pennsylvania State University in State College, PA, shows a high level of effectiveness in eradicating beg bugs resistant to insecticides. The patent-pending compound is a mycoinsecticide, a compound based on Beauveria bassiana, a natural fungus known to spread disease among insects.

Zacks Investment Research Upgrades Eclipse Resources Corp (ECR) to "Buy"

The firm presently has a $2.50 price target on the stock. Zacks Investment Research's price objective points to a potential upside of 12.61% from the company's previous close.

Police Say Woman Made Thousands of Dollars in Fraudulent Cell Phone...

A New York woman who was arrested by State College Police last weekend after she allegedly attempted to fraudulently purchase cell phones is facing more felony charges related to thousands of dollars in purchases of cell phones using other people's identities at other stores in Centre and Blair counties. According to a criminal complaint, State College Police were dispatched to the Verizon store in the Nittany Mall on Saturday afternoon after store employees recognized a woman from a fraud incident at a Blair County store.

Citizens Give Input on State College Government Issues Through Penn State Project

As State College faces future budget deficits -- with expenses for services and infrastructure rising at a faster rate than revenue -- the borough is considering a possible proposal for an inflation-based index for property tax increases. The proposal would have impacts throughout the State College community, and an ongoing Penn State project wants to see residents have informed participation in the process.

Curley Says He Should Have Done More

Former Penn State athletic director Tim Curley testified Wednesday that he should have done more with a 2001 report about Jerry Sandusky in a shower with a boy, but also maintained he was never told of anything sexual occurring and that he believed at the time he and other officials were taking appropriate action. Curley took the stand as a prosecution witness in the trial of former Penn State president Graham Spanier on child endangerment and conspiracy charges.

Woman Found Guilty of Assaulting Police Officer

A Centre County jury on Tuesday found a State College woman guilty of multiple charges stemming from an incident last April in which she reportedly assaulted a police officer. Beth Love Ybarra, 51, was found guilty of felony aggravated assault, as well as misdemeanor counts of simple assault, resisting arrest, and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the Centre County District Attorney's Office.

Borough Council Urges Lawmakers to Oppose Federal Budget Cuts

State College Borough Council on Monday approved a letter to federal lawmakers from Pennsylvania expressing concerns with the federal budget proposal issued by President Donald Trump last week. The letter, which was informed by the National League of Cities , will be sent to U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson and Senators Bob Casey and Pat Toomey.

Final Public Hearing Set for Property Maintenance Code Changes

State College Borough Council on Monday discussed draft revisions to the property maintenance code and set a final public hearing for council's April 3 meeting. Council members may vote to adopt the changes later in that meeting.

Prosecutor: Not reporting Jerry Sandusky let evil 'run wild'

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2 ex-officials set to testify against ex-Penn State leader

In this combination of file photos, Penn State President Graham Spanier, left, walks on the field before an NCAA college football game Oct. 8, 2011, in State College, Pa., and former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky leaves in custody after being found guilty of child sexual abuse charges on June 22, 2012, at the Centre County ... (more)

Dauler Running for State College Mayor

A 35-year resident of State College, Dauler is currently in her second stint on borough council, having first served from 2000-2007. She was elected again in 2011 and 2015.

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