Times are changing.
The State College Municipal Building had seen 66 voters from 7 a.m. to about 7:45 p.m., Elections Judge Bob Barry said.
At 5 p.m, at the State College Borough Municipal Building, 243 S. Allen St., one voter lined up to cast his ballot.
Mayoral candidate Ron Madrid hopes to take the place of incumbent Mayor Elizabeth Goreham, and the Penn State Republicans are supporting him in his endeavor at Heritage Hall.
There were no voters present at 3 p.m. today in the State College Friends Meeting House, 611 E. Prospect Ave.
State College Friends Meeting House, 611 E. Prospect Ave, had seen 32 voters as of 2 p.m. Tuesday, Clerk Jeanne Spicer said.
As of 2 p.m., there had been approximately 20 people who had voted at the HUB-Robeson Center, said Bernie Shockowitz, a polling volunteer.
As of 1 p.m, a total of 32 people had placed votes at Friends Meetinghouse of State College, 611 E. Prospect Ave.
The atmosphere in the basement of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 109 McAllister St., is cozy this Election Day.
There was no one in line, or in the polling place at all this afternoon at 131 S. Fraser Street.
Voters were scarce this morning at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church on McAllister Street.
The voting room of the State College Municipal Building, 243 S. Allen St., at about 11 a.m. was empty other than the election staff.
State College resident Marcia Patterson said she went to the State College Municipal Building this morning to fulfill a “responsibility” to her community.
Early this Election Day, the polling place at College Heights School, 721 N. Atherton Street, was busy with supporters, voters and a candidate already visiting the location.
As of 8:40 A.M., there has only been one voter at the HUB-Robeson Center, said Tyler Nyquist, a Bellefonte High School senior who is volunteering today.
State College Mayor Elizabeth Goreham hit the road early this morning to start her Election Day.
Penn State Altoona students will be given the chance to see the popular five-piece alternative rock group, The Maine, on Oct. 27 at the Adler Athletic Complex as a part of the campus’s homecoming activities, according to a Penn State press release.
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Penn State men's soccer coach Bob Warming and his charity, Audrey’s Shoes for Kids, will continue their effort to supply children with soccer gear at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, on Aug. 17, according to a release.
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Coach Bill O’Brien needed linemen to fill out his 2014 class of 15 commits. He got one today.
Those close to Troy Vincent, Jr. know that in 30 years, he may not be remembered for winning a national championship or sealing a major bowl game.
Rumors swirled for weeks on the fate of highly touted four-star recruit Troy Vincent, Jr. and where the Baltimore, Md. cornerback would end up enrolling come next fall.
If there’s one summer day that warrants a 6:30 a.m. alarm clock, it’s coming next week.
When the official Penn State men's hockey twitter retweeted a story from Penn Live about Bill O'Brien's thoughts on the potential for an outdoor hockey game at Beaver Stadium, it got hockey fans — not just in Happy Valley — abuzz.
Bill O’Brien and the Nittany Lions secured a major commitment Saturday from IMG Academy quarterback Michael O’Connor, multiple media outlets reported.
Penn State football fans can now narrow their countdown from days to exact minutes until the 2013 season begins.
Penn State is favored in four, an underdog in three and a toss-up in the other of games Golden Nugget Las Vegas has released betting lines for. These lines give a general idea of how highly oddsmakers regard teams before the season.
After 17 seasons at the helm of Penn State's softball program, head coach Robin Petrini announced her resignation on Friday, according to an Athletic Department press release.
The Big Ten isn't sitting idle during the offseason.
Hockey won't be the only sport added to the Big Ten in the coming years.
Penn State offensive lineman Anthony Stanko has left the team but will remain on scholarship as a student, coach Bill O'Brien announced at today's Coaches' Caravan in Reading, Pa.
De’Andre Thompkins, a four-star recruit out of Swansboro N.C., has high hopes for the class of 2014. We caught up with him about the commitment process, expectations and more:
For the eighth consecutive year, Penn State has finished in the top five of the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup winter standings, clinching the No. 3 position following this winter's performances.
It took a while, but No. 3 Harvard squeezed past No. 2 George Mason in the first semifinal of the EIVA Tournament in five sets, 25-23, 26-28, 17-25, 25-22, 19-17.
Thanks to sophomore Aaron Russell's 21 kill performance, Penn State is heading to the EIVA championship, defeating Princeton, 25-20, 25-17, 25-23.
Continuing to compete
With the news coming in today of Steven Bench's transfer from the Penn State football program, there is one less viable option standing in Christian Hackenberg's way to gain playing time this fall.
Penn State secured a commitment from another recruit this week, bringing its 2014 recruiting class to six members.
We've made it to the half here at Beaver Stadium, where chilly and often wet conditions have set the scene for the Nittany Lions' intra-squad scrimmage. The defense (blue) holds a 47-30 lead over the offense (white) at halftime and here are some of our main takeaways from the game so far:
Position switches are common in college football. Players grow, change and find a niche in some aspect of the game.
Penn State snagged its fifth verbal commitment of the 2014 class today when North Carolina receiver De’Andre Thompkins pledged to join the Lions.
Tyler Ferguson dumped the screen pass off to Deron Thompson and Nyeem Wartman sniffed it out from the start — drilling the running back toward the ground.
There’s only so many minutes in a football season, so Penn State’s defensive tackles are trying to make the most of them.
“We are!” “We have to a get a wave going.” “That’s a great run there, Akeel!” “Wheels! Wheels!”
Coach Bill O’Brien, pacing the Beaver Stadium sidelines, spoke into his headset with a bit of a different request than usual.
Standing around, waiting for his chance to play in Beaver Stadium was all Akeel Lynch could do last season.
The annual Blue-White spring game pits Penn State's own against each other. Here's the breakdown of how the game is scored:
Coach Bill O'Brien said last week that the Blue-White game is primarily about the enjoyment of the fans, but following the game he mentioned that Saturday's performances would help hash out position battles.
Despite missing two of 2012's biggest offensive contributors and the 2013 recruiting class’ top player at the position, tight end remained a prevalent part of the Penn State offense in the Blue-White game on Saturday.