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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

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Maroon & Gray Society Banquet Raises $60,000 for New State High Band Uniforms

A portion of the State High Marching Band performed on March 19, 2018 at the inaugural Maroon & Gray Society banquet. Photo provided The inaugural Maroon & Gray Society banquet last weekend not only recognized outstanding State College alumni and teachers, it also raised big money for much-needed new uniforms for the State High Marching Band.

PennDOT Announces Start of I-99 Improvement Project

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is alerting regional drivers that an improvement project on Interstate 99 in Centre County will start on Tuesday, May 29. The work zone encompasses a three-mile section of I-99 in College and Patton townships, between the Atherton Street exit and the bridges spanning the Bellefonte Trail near the Waddle Road interchange. Initial work will consist of long-term closures of the north and southbound lanes as structure repair and rehabilitation is completed on the bridges.

Eat'n Park-Affiliated Hello Bistro to Open in Former Location of The Diner

Hello Bistro, a fast-casual restaurant that is part of the Eat'n Park Hospitality Group, will open in the former location of The Diner in State College. The Diner closed its doors at 126 W. College Ave. in April after nearly 80 years in business under various names, including Ye Olde College Diner.

Police Say Former Parking Enforcement Officer Stole Thousands of Dollars from Meters

A now former State College parking enforcement officer is facing felony charges after he allegedly stole $3,338 from parking meters over a three-month period. Steven R. Raybuck, 54, of Port Matilda, was charged on Thursday with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property, both graded as third-degree felonies.

State Theatre Recognized as a State College Historic Site

As it approaches the 80th anniversary of its opening, the State Theatre has been recognized as a State College historic site. Theatre board member emeritus Nadine Kofman spearheaded the effort, which is commemorated with a new plaque on the exterior of the building detailing its history.

Penn State Program Graduates New Deputy Sheriffs

New deputy sheriffs offer up a salute during their recent graduation from the Pennsylvania Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Program. After a 19-week training course, 34 newly minted deputy sheriffs will be ready to serve as law enforcement officers after graduating from a special Penn State program May 18. The Penn State Justice and Safety Institute is the lone administrator for Pennsylvania's Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Program, which all sheriffs and deputy sheriffs from Pennsylvania's 67 counties must complete before beginning active duty.

CentralReach buys Chartlytics

CentralReach , which was backed by Insight Venture Partners , has acquired State College, Pennsylvania-based Chartlytics , a real-time behavior change analytics software provider. No financial terms were disclosed.

Ferguson Township Woman Charged in Alleged Theft and Burglary Spree

A Ferguson Township woman is facing a litany of charges after police say she went on a theft and burglary spree. Zelia Fogelsanger, 18, was initially charged with felony criminal trespass on May 9 after she allegedly twice tried to enter a Pine Grove Mills residence.

Former Corning Workers Meet to Reminisce

A committee of former Corning employees has been planning this year's 15th reunion. Pictured, from left, are Bob Flick, Bill Fenton, Dick Harvey, Lew Spangler, Butch Warrender, Dean Daughenbaugh, Blair Dixon, Tom Vaughn and Roy Bohn.

After Being Found Passed Out in a Hallway, State College Man Faces Drug Charges

A State College man is facing felony and misdemeanor charges after police say he was found unresponsive and in possession of crack cocaine and other drugs. According to a criminal complaint, police were dispatched on April 1 to the Glennland Building, 205 E. Beaver Ave., where they found James T. Turner, 32, lying face down in a hallway.

Vermont Legislature backs GBPA Letterman preservation drive

The Vermont House of Representatives and Senate have formally adopted a resolution supporting the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association's effort to preserve what remains of the Camp Letterman hospital site. "We are thrilled, that a state government is backing a large part of our campaign to preserve a very important portion of the remaining undeveloped ground that was vital to the Battle of Gettysburg and the unprecedented effort to treat the thousands of wounded and dying solders after the battle," said GBPA President Barb Mowery.

Clearfield County 4-H Teen Council welcomed hundreds to annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza

It took a lot of hard work and many helping hands to prepare the eighth annual Indoor Easter Egg-Stravaganza on March 17. All helpers took time to pose for a group picture at the conclusion of the successful event. It took a lot of hard work and many helping hands to prepare the eighth annual Indoor Easter Egg-Stravaganza on March 17. All helpers took time to pose for a group picture at the conclusion of the successful event.

Allen Street Pedestrian Plaza Proposal Is Off the Table, for Now

Turning the 100 block of South Allen Street into a pedestrian-only plaza is a concept that's been long discussed and debated in State College, and a proposal submitted in April to the borough by Centre Foundation would have given the idea a test run for six weeks in the summer. In a joint statement issued on Thursday, the foundation and Downtown State College Improvement District said that the application for the temporary plaza has been withdrawn because more community engagement is needed for the project.

Tornado vs. Straight Line Winds

The National Weather Service out of Binghamton confirmed an EF1 tornado touched down in Wayne County Tuesday. A National Weather Service team out of State College only found evidence of straight line winds in central Pennsylvania.

State High Freshman Notches Perfect Score on National Latin Exam

State College Area High School freshman Paulina Tabachnikova achieved a rare feat with a perfect score on the 2018 National Latin Exam. How rare? Out of 140,000 students from 24 countries who took the exam, only 526, or fewer than one-half of one percent, achieved a perfect score, according to a State College Area School District release.

Boser to Challenge Thompson in New 15th District

Susan Boser of Indiana County captured the Democratic nomination for Pennsylvania's new 15th Congressional District, defeating Wade Jodun, of Patton Township, in Tuesday's primary. The Indiana University of Pennsylvania professor will now face Republican incumbent Rep. Glenn Thompson in November's election.

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