Centre News Digest for April 30, 2021
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Today’s the last day of April, and summer is fast approaching! What are you looking forward to this summer?Answer here!
In this weekend’s ‘best bets,’ Erin Hogge presents things for you and your family to participate in! From the annual Apple Blossom Festival to May Day Art, there’s plenty to keep you busy! Story form The Centre Daily Times.
Tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Belle Mercantile will host its official grand opening since the initial delay due to COVID-19. Belle Mercantile describes itself as “craft fair meets farmer’s market.” Story by Grace Miller for Statecollege.com
Penn State in-person graduation ceremony
“This will be the busiest weekend that this area has enjoyed since the Whiteout of 2019 weekend.”
As the first Penn State in-person graduation ceremony approaches, the community adapts with a safer and more sensitive environment for visitors. Story by Dayna Rae Brewer for the Centre County Report.
Department of Transportation has suspended Glenn O. Hawbaker
The state Department of Transportation has suspended Glenn O. Hawbaker, a major construction contractor, for at least three months after systematically violating state and federal prevailing wage laws on taxpayer-funded infrastructure projects. Story by Bret Pallotto for the Centre Daily Times.