Editor’s Note: Some of the names in this story have been changed to protect their identities. The Daily Collegian has verified through fact-checking the identity of these individuals and that they are Penn State students.
The State College Community Oversight Board addressed concerns about the State College Police Department’s response to the Uncensored America event during a State College Borough Council meeting Monday afternoon.
The State College Borough Water Authority released a public service announcement on Monday announcing its plans to begin flushing water mains on March 20 to "ensure high quality water."
The State College Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved with an alleged theft of wallets and keys from the Nittany Mall's Planet Fitness on March 8.
The 3/20 Coalition will host two events for the four-year anniversary of the death of Osaze Osagie, a State College resident who was shot and killed by State College police officers on March 20, 2019.
The State College Borough Council issued a resolution endorsing a "sister city" relationship with Nizhyn in the Chernihiv Region of Ukraine at its meeting on Monday.
Mayor Ezra Nanes of the State College borough, issued a proclamation declaring March 20 as "Osaze Osagie Day of Remembrance," at the Borough Council meeting on Monday.
Centre County United Way is hosting its first "Over the Edge" charity event, allowing individuals to rappel down the west side of Beaver Stadium on May 19.
Penn State Health agreed to pay a $1,252,662.28 settlement after it self-reported internal Medicare evaluation and management violations, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
Wawa, a convenience store and gas station chain, proposed a Centre County location in Benner Township, according to Benner Township Secretary Sharon Royer. This would be the first Wawa close to State College.
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for State College that will be in effect from 4 p.m. Monday to 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Rodney Hendricks, owner of Hendricks Investments, filed a lawsuit against Pennsylvania’s Office of the Attorney General, Penn State and Penn State's Office of Student Legal Services Aaron Brooks on Feb. 16.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced it will resume road work on the Atherton Street project on Monday, according to a release. The road work will stretch from Curtin Road to Westerly Parkway.
The State College Borough announced it will be increasing State College and University Police presence throughout State Patty’s weekend along with additional rules to prevent the “disruptive and damaging consequences” that have come with the event in the past.
At its Oct. 17, 2022, meeting, the State College Borough Council unanimously passed a “resolution to promote safe and stable housing to all renters” to address housing issues with the borough. At its meeting on Dec. 19, the annual budget that was passed will provide funding for the position …
Penn State will work closely with the State College borough to increase safety measures for State Patty’s weekend, according to a release on Feb. 16.
State College police request assistance in identifying suspects involved with alleged theft in downtown Sheetz
The State College Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying individuals involved in retail theft at the downtown Sheetz on Saturday, according to a release.
The State College Police Department requested the public's assistance in identifying an individual who allegedly threw a hairdryer at a television behind the counter at Goodwill on Wednesday at 1:34 p.m.
From “smokes” to snacks, LIONSDELIVER Smoke Shop provides an atmosphere in downtown State College equipped with gaming systems and a “Tokyo vibe.”
Inside of the Centre County Courthouse, sheltered from the Jan. 17 cold and the clouds blanketing Bellefonte, Amber Concepcion was sworn in as Centre County Commissioner. She’s the county’s first female commissioner in 19 years.