Centre News Digest for April 2, 2021
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FUN FACT: Today is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day! Who or what makes the best PB&Js?
Get into the Easter spirit this weekend with some egg-cellent activities happening in Centre County! Story by
Erin Hogge for CentreDaily.com
Centre County’s best bets: Drive-through Easter event, Bunny Blitz and more
Cookies for Care initiative
After receiving national recognition, the Cookies for Care initiative continues to show its appreciation for essential workers by delivering homemade cookies. Story by Holly Riddle for Statecollege.com
Centre County Cookies for Caregivers Shows Appreciation for Local Essential Workers...
State High Little Lions baseball team
The State High Little Lions baseball team had their season opener this week. The boys hope to be as successful as they were in 2019 during their last season. Story by Casey Kummer for The Centre County Report
State High Baseball is Back for the First Time Since 2019
Traffic Control Guidelines
PennDOT sent out traffic control guidelines for the Local Interchange/Route 26 project that will begin next week, starting on April 5. Story from WearecentralPA.com
PENNDOT: Traffic update for Centre County Interchange Project
Earlier this month, Global Foods — a grocery store with Middle Eastern fare — opened in State College. Story by Bret Pallotto from Centredaily.com
Here’s how a new grocery store is looking to fill a void in the State College area
Centre County courthouse
In honor of April being National Child Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault awareness month, the Centre County courthouse in Bellefonte will be lit up blue (for child abuse victims) and teal (for sexual assault victims). Story by Sarah Metts from wjactv.com
April is Nt'l Child Abuse Prevention and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Get Involved: