With summer winding down and children heading back to school, many local pools are closing for the season. One Centre County swim club may have closed their gates for good though.
A sad day for some Centre County fisherman as their local lake is open for the last time Monday.
The State College Borough is holding a meeting Wednesday night to discuss development.
A 911 communication tower in Centre County is at the center of debate between county commissioners and the land owner.
Plans to rewrite a local borough's zoning ordinances are underway.
It's that time of year again, we're going to start seeing a lot more of those big yellow buses on the road, which means it's time for back to school.
A couple who made history last year in Centre County is back Saturday to celebrate.
Traffic and trash are the two things borough officials say are the biggest concerns during move in weekend.
As the first day of classes quickly approaches for college students, officials are warning students to stay safe.
Families in a local mobile home park are still looking for help as their deadline to move out quickly approaches.
The 140th Anniversary of the Centre County Grange Fair is underway.
Some Penn Staters aren't happy after their assigned game day parking was moved somewhere they said is too far away.
College football season is right around the corner. For the Penn State Nittany Lions and around 6,000 of their fans, it's all the way across the pond for the season opener.
53 year-old Richard Lenhart is behind bars Wednesday on several felony and misdemeanor charges after he allegedly had sex with at least two of his former patients and committed insurance fraud multiple times.
As the number of prisoners in need of mental health assistance grows, so are concerns about how to afford that increasing care.
Penn State Graduate students are now being included in the program.
If you look up in Centre County this week, you may see something very special flying in the sky.
Josh Hardy still has a long road to recovery, but his family is hoping to help by giving back to the community.
Big Spring Spirits in Bellefonte is serving 30 nearby restaurants and uses all local products to make their vodka.
A number of Centre County businesses are being targeted by scammers.
After a heated teleconference the Penn State Board of Trustees has voted on a resolution to keep the $60 million fine in state.
Millheim residents, who are against the borough's ordinance which bans riding ATVs around the borough including on private land, are looking for a way to change the council's mind and revise the ordinance.
A local lawmaker is hoping to make a difference in the lives of those who serve.
A Centre County building partially collapsed and knocked out power to hundreds of people.
Parts of the highway are seeing an increase to 70 miles per hour.
Crime statistics are on a downward trend in Centre County, but is it the same story in State College?
A deer found walking around the Empire Court Trailer Park has tested positive for rabies.
A Howard man is behind bars after allegedly shooting his neighbor's dog in the face.
State Police are investigating an institutional vandalism case at the Philipsburg Elementary School soccer fields.
A Centre County man is being recognized for his outstanding contribution to the community.
The ABLE act aims to ease financial strains for people with disabilities. The bill is gaining bipartisan support and many families hope it passes.
It was a tense few hours in Ferguson Township, Centre County Tuesday as a bomb squad dismantled the pipe bomb.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that judges deciding to hand out mandatory minimum sentences goes against the 6th amendment.
The Bellefonte Youth Center is one step closer to opening its new doors.
Alexander Park is charged with 25 counts of possessing child pornography.
New information in the case of a missing Centre County woman.
The NCAA has reached a $75 million settlement with dozens of college athletes in a class action law suit over head injuries.
The U.S. Surgeon General released the first-ever Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer.
It's been a busy week for volunteers in Philipsburg who are working to help those in need, even those none of these volunteers are from our area.
Two dozen visually impaired students are part of the Summer Academy in State College where they're learning every day life skills as well as things specifically for the visually impaired.
Local businesses are participating in a weekend giveaway to help students in our region prepare for back to school.
A major high school renovation project is yet another step closer to becoming a reality.
Both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are working on legislature to try to make child care more affordable.
Investigators have confirmed the fire that destroyed a home in Centre County Sunday night was caused by a lightning strike.
The Spikes are on a hot streak and their record isn't only being reflected in the players' batting averages but also on the area's bottom line.
As the crisis between Ukraine and Russia continues, one local town is hoping to educate people about it, through art.
Under the plea agreement Eric Crader will face 50-100 years in prison.
Police say they're seeing an increase in reported scam attempts.
JazzPA is going on through the weekend.
The Centre Area Transportation Authority, or CATA, is making big moves in State College, with a major expansion project on the horizon.