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Day: August 12, 2016

Miles Chamley-Watson Claims Penn State’s First Medal At Rio Games

Fencer Miles Chamley-Watson brought home bronze in men's team foil competition Friday, giving the Nittany Lions their first Olympic medal winner in Rio.

You Can Finally Buy Liquor At West Hamilton Fine Wine & Good Spirits On Sundays

Pennsylvania's liquor reform bill, an important step in bringing the Keystone state out of the Prohibition Era, went into effect August 8. This means 94 more liquor stores throughout Pennsylvania are now open on Sundays -- including State College's trusty old Fine Wine & Good Spirits on 230 W. Hamilton Ave.

Urban Market Grocery Store Is Rise At State College’s First Tenant

According to a release, Urban Market will sell a slew of locally-sourced produce and meats, grab-and-go food items, prepared meals, and will feature care package delivery all year.

Sandusky Testifies at Hearing

Jerry Sandusky took the stand to testify in open court for the first time Friday morning, denying he had committed acts of child sexual abuse and presenting his claims that he received ineffective counsel during his June 2012.

Penn State Volleyball Alums Lead Huge U.S. Upset Over No. 1 Brazil

Matt Anderson, Aaron Russell, and Max Holt helped Team USA to a must-win upset over the world's top-ranked squad in host nation Brazil Thursday night.

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