Centre News Digest for April 14, 2021
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Fun Fact: Today is National Gardening Day! Where is your favorite place in Centre County to see beautiful flowers
Truck crash on Tyrone Pike has finally begun to be cleaned up after two days
The area surrounding a truck crash on Tyrone Pike has finally begun to be cleaned up after two days. Although engine oil allegedly leaked into the streams next to the crash, no distress to trout and other aquatic wildlife was visible. Written by WJAC Staff from Wjactv.com.
Cleanup continues days after truck crashed into Centre County stream, DEP says
Accusation of sexually assault of a minor at a Snow Shoe campground in 2014.
A 22-year old man from Huntingdon County was accused of sexually assaulting a minor at a Snow Shoe campground in 2014. He is currently being held at the Centre County Correctional Facility. Written by Bret Pallotto for the centredaily.com.
Man faces felony charges after alleged sexual assault on a child at Centre County campground
Government employees in Centre County will continue to operate fully-remote
Government employees in Centre County will continue to operate fully-remote through April 30. This decision comes after increasing COVID-19 cases in Centre County. The decision will be relooked at on April 27 to see if remote work needs to continue. Written by Chris Morelli for lockhaven.com.
Centre County extends full remote work status
15 rescued dogs flew in from South Carolina to find their forever homes in Centre County
15 rescued dogs flew in from South Carolina to find their forever homes in Centre County after their shelter ran out of capacity. No Dogs Left Behind partnered with Centre County PAWS to assure that every pup has a home by this weekend! Story by Tiffany Rizzo for Wearecentralpa.com
Rescue dogs fly into State College
Many Memorial Day activities have been cancelled
Many Memorial Day activities have been cancelled for the second year in a row due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Some of these events include the Boalsburg Fire Company’s five-day carnival, as well as the Day in Town celebration. Click below for more information. Written by Geoff Rushton for Statecollege.com.
Several Boalsburg Memorial Day Events, Fire Company Carnival Canceled for Second Consecutive Year