Centre News Digest for June 29, 2021
Elk Creek Cafe
The Elk Creek Cafe in Millheim is set up across the street, where live bands are able to perform and people can safely spread out on the grass. A small menu of food is also available as the “Creekside.” Story by Halie Kines for The Centre Daily Times.
Centre County's personal chef, Amanda Cruz, is now expanding her business, “The Gourmet Girl,” by offering private picnics. Visit her website to book yours, and hear back from Cruz in 24 hours! Story by Holly Riddle for Statecollegecom.
New Skate Park
The Commonwealth Financing Authority has announced that they will award $250,000 for a new skate park to be built in the borough of State College. Exact location and opening date not yet confirmed. Story by Ayden Herold for The Daily Collegian.
PSU Alumni represnted at Tokyo Olympic Games
14 former PSU Athletes guaranteed to participate in the Olympic Games in Tokyo this Summer on Team USA! Women’s soccer, men and women’s volleyball, fencing and several other sports representing as PSU alumni. Story by Will Pegler for Onward State.
Portion of South Atherton Street Closed
According to PennDOT, a portion of South Atherton Street in College Township will be closed starting Thursday, and expected to last about 3-4 weeks, due to a pipe replacement. Story by Geoff Rushton for Statecollegecom.
Heatwaves in Centre County
Huge heatwaves are taking over Centre County today, with temperatures feeling as if they are over 100 degrees. Stay cool and stay hydrated! Update from AccuWeather.