Momotaro, which means “peach boy,” will open its doors soon at 220 W. College Ave. to bring Thai ice cream to State College.
West College Ave between South Atherton Street and South Barnard Street will be closed from Monday, March 27 to Sunday, April 2 to all vehicle and pedestrian traffic.
Ever wonder about the history of the pig statues located downtown? You might be surprised to know that one was originally stolen back in 2001.
UPUA did not endorse any candidates for Borough Council seats Tuesday night. Actually, UPUA hasn’t endorsed any candidates for Borough Council at all, and most likely won’t. BugPAC =/= UPUA.
Horne and Ford introduced the movement and explained the importance of reclaiming State College for student interests, as students represent 70 percent of the Borough Council’s constituency but are essentially ignored by much of the current Borough Council.
Frustrated with the current local government’s disregard for student interests, student government leaders Terry Ford and Kevin Horne created the BugPAC campaign to, in their words, “reclaim State College” for students.
Dauler will run against fellow councilwoman Janet Engemen, local business owner Michael Black, and former Borough Council president Donald Hahn.
Students and landlords alike have been following proposed changes for more than a year now as Council has discussed the code again and again.
Clickbait is the scumbag journalistic art of using sensationalist headlines and social media captions to entice readers into clicking on your stories in an attempt to generate page views and advertising revenue. It appears State College’s own Centre Daily Times is going down this road.
The State College Borough Water Authority will be performing emergency water valve repairs at the intersection of the two roads, which started at 8 a.m. Repairs throughout Thursday until the job is complete — approximately 5 p.m.