Centre News Digest for April 11, 2021
Happy Sunday Centre County! Hope everyone had a lovely weekend and is enjoying the warm weather we are having! As always please reach out to us on Instagram and Twitter!
Fun Fact: Today is #NationalPetDay feel free to send us some pictures of your pets to share!
Candidates for the State College Borough Council
Candidates for the State College Borough Council are making efforts to increase racial and minority representation in Centre county. Story by Erin Hogge from centredaily.com
There’s a lack of diversity in Centre County government. Candidates are trying to change that
Art exhibit, C19 Photo Project: A Time to Remember and a Time to Forget
Art exhibit, C19 Photo Project: A Time to Remember and a Time to Forget., captures pandemic experience in 57 pictures sent in by Centre county residents. Story by Christy McDermott from statecollege.com
The Bellefonte Art Museum’s ‘C19 Photo Project’ Documents Our Shared Pandemic Experience
Over 23,000 Penn state students will receive cash grants
Over 23,000 Penn state students will receive cash grants based on financial need in the first two rounds of COVID relief funding. Story by Devin Jackson from wearecentralpa.com
Robert William Farwell passed away from a stabbing
On Thursday Robert William Farwell passed away from a stabbing in Haines Township, Centre County on Thursday in relation to a domestic incident, authorities say there is no public threat. Story from lockhaven.com
Centre County man dies from stabbing
Alumni reflect on the history of the “Old Willow” tree
Alumni reflect on the history of the “Old Willow” tree that fell for a second time on March 26th since its planting in 1859, calling it a “staple” at Penn State. Story by Sam Verrelli from dailycollegian.psu.edu