Centre News Digest for April 29, 2021
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Criminal charges against Glenn O’ Hawbaker Incorporated
The state attorney general’s office has filed criminal charges against prominent State College company, Glenn O’ Hawbaker Incorporated. The company is being accused of stealing millions in employee wages. Story by Gary Sinderson for Wjactv.
Centre Co. company accused of wage theft receives project bidding suspension from PennDOT
Reilly Vroman selected to participate in All-State Concert Band
Junior musician at Philipsburg-Osceola High School, Reilly Vroman was selected to participate in All-State Concert Band. This is an incredible honor as Vroman was only student selected in the county! Story by Mikayla Heiss from The Progress News.
Philipsburg-Osceola School District recognizes all-state student
Kelvin Jackson Jr. sentenced to a maximum of 23 1/2 months
Centre County Judge sentenced Kelvin Jackson Jr. to a maximum of 23 1/2 months at the Centre County Correctional Facility. After being accused of distributing a potent drug that killed a man in Ferguson Township. Story by Bret Pallotto for Centre Daily Times.
Man sentenced to jail for selling drugs that caused fatal overdose in Centre County
Pine Grove Hall is hosting a pop-up market in its second-floor event space
Pine Grove Hall is hosting a pop-up market in its second-floor event space, from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. The event will feature 14 unique vendors from Centre County. Story by Holly Riddle for State College.com
Pine Grove Hall’s First Pop-Up Market Keeps the Focus on Local
Dustin Clark missing
PA State police are seeking the whereabouts of a missing Clearfield County man, Dustin Clark. He was last seen leaving his home residence. Anyone with information is urged to contact the police. Story by Rian Bossler for WTAJ.
Troopers searching for missing Clearfield County man
Second Cut Project
Appalachian Outfitters in State College is partnering with sock brand Smartwool on their new initiative called Second Cut Project. That is turning old socks into dog beds! Story by Peyton Kennedy for WTAJnews.
State College outfitter helps turn old socks into dog beds