Parking Director Rick Ward said the change will illustrate a defined difference between garage and street parking and encourage use of the garages.
Bill O’Brien helped the Nittany Lions through sanctions that could’ve derailed the program. Five years later, Penn State is back competing at the highest level and the former head coach looks back at those difficult seasons that set up this current success.
Instacart says it has received an “overwhelming” number of requests to expand service into the area.
It will include stadium-style seating for 1,300, with a total seating capacity of 1,430. The new stadium also will have permanent concession stands, more accessible restrooms and a ticket office.
He will be running against Don Hahn, who won the Democratic nomination in May’s primary, and Michael Black, who ran as a Democrat but secured the Republican nomination as the top write-in vote getter.
Officers administered first aid and used a belt from the man’s friend as a make-shift tourniquet. A police-supplied tourniquet then arrived and was used to control his bleeding.
Former Penn State defensive coordinator Bob Shoop on Thursday responded to a breach of contract lawsuit by Penn State, filing a counterclaim that says he experienced “intolerable” working conditions that effectively forced him to leave the university.
BlueWhite TV and the Nittany Valley Society are commemorating The Phyrst’s 50th anniversary with a documentary.
According to a report from Deadline, the roles of Sue and Scott Paterno have been cast in HBO’s upcoming movie about Joe Paterno, which stars Al Pacino as the late Penn State football coach.
The Deep Roots Mountain Revival, scheduled for July 20-22 in Masontown, W.Va., said in a statement on Wednesday that it will accept tickets that were purchased for Karoondinha.
Abbey is seeking the repayment of $8.5 million he says he loaned to the chapter over more than a decade for repairs, renovations and operations for the house at 220 N. Burrowes St. The fraternity says the funding was a gift, not a loan.
Ganim is a former Harrisburg Patriot-News reporter who in 2011 was the first to report on a grand jury’s investigation of former Penn State football assistant and The Second Mile charity founder Jerry Sandusky for allegations of child sexual abuse.
In an order dated June 9, specially-presiding Senior Judge John Leete of Potter County granted a joint request by the Paternos and the NCAA to file under seal motions for summary judgment and response and reply briefs.
Graham Spanier will try and have his child endangerment conviction thrown out as he seeks either acquittal or a new trial.
Penn State and the State College Borough Council both signed on to the “We Are Still In” letter, which to date has been signed by more than 900 businesses, 180 universities, 125 city and county leaders, nine governors, and 19 attorneys general.
Tickets go on sale to the public at 8 a.m. Monday, June 26.
Ira Lubert, a 1973 Penn State graduate and chair of the university’s Board of Trustees, committed the $5 million gift that was announced on Monday morning.
The man reportedly admitted to exposing himself to two different women, claiming both had asked him to do so.
The former drivers are seeking the return of wages they allege were taken from them and placed in an unlawful and unapproved “tipping pool.”
Wartman-White filed a lawsuit in U.S. Middle District Court on Thursday claiming breach of contract, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing, and bad faith denial of insurance benefits. He is seeking at least $1.5 million, the total value of the policy, in compensatory damages as well as punitive damages and legal fees.
University Police have increased patrols and surveillance after two reports last week that an unknown individual photographed or filmed students in a residence hall shower.
Regular enforcement of all parking restrictions resumes at 2 a.m. on Monday.
A report released last week says Penn State is among the top higher education institutions with email addresses and passwords being sold and shared on the Dark Web.
“Louis Freeh is a fraud. Period. End of story. I hope he still has the $8.3 million Penn State paid him because I want it back.”