Centre News Digest for July 13, 2021
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New pedestrian path
After nearly 14 years of discussion and planning, a new pedestrian path has opened up, allowing travel from PSU’s West Campus, all the way into Ferguson Township. Story by Geoff Rushton for Statecollegecom.
Gill Street Bike/Pedestrian Connector Path Opens for Use...
Damage in Poe Valley State Park
Trees have been snapped and uprooted, and multiple campsite vehicles damaged in Poe Valley State Park due to recent storms. Story by WJAC.
National Weather Service confirms microburst at Centre County state park
Overnight parking in downtown State College is now legal without ticketing. Visitors are now able to keep their car parked as long as they would like on the street. Story by Jeremiah Hassel for The Daily Collegian.
State College Borough Council approves fall overnight parking restriction suspensions
Centre County United Way
Leanne Lenz takes over as executive director for the Centre County United Way, and is optimistic in pulling the community back together after the pandemic. Story by Halie Kines for The Centre Daily Times.
New Centre County United Way director looks to ‘pull together our entire community
Route 45 Getaways
From July 30-August 8, communities and businesses along Route 45 will be able to showcase their work. Among the 25 mile stretch, over 50 organizations will be participating. Story by Geoff Rushton for Statecollegecom.
Route 45 Getaways to Connect Communities with Events Showcasing Arts and Businesses...
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