Centre News Digest for March 31, 2021
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Hospitalizations begin to increase again.
Mount Nittany Medical Center is stressing the importance of COVID-19 safety as numbers of positive cases and hospitalizations begin to increase again. Written by Geoff Rushton for statecollege.com
Mount Nittany Officials ‘Very Concerned’ by Rise in COVID-19 Hospitalizations
Senior centers in Centre County are beginning to reopen
Senior centers in Centre County are beginning to reopen with COVID-19 restrictions. See the story below to see if a senior center is reopening near you! Social distancing and masks will be required. Written by Peyton Kennedy for WearecentralPA.com
Centre County senior centers to re-open in April
Philipsburg-Osceola softball team is hoping to carry on their winning tradition
After losing their 2020 season, the Philipsburg-Osceola softball team is hoping to carry on their winning tradition with Steve Frank making his first active-season debut, and four returning letterwinner players. Story by Rich Murawski for TheProgressNews.com
P-O softball hopes to carry on winning tradition
Opening day of Junior fishing season
Deagan Stover of Howard made the most out of the opening day of Junior fishing season by catching a 19-inch rainbow trout in Marsh Creek! Written by Lockhaven.com
A Big fish
African American community at Penn State
A report studying concerns about racism, diversity and inclusivity for the African American community at Penn State University was published by a Penn State Professor and five co-authors. Read about it below. Story by Josh Moyer for centredaily.com