Penn State did not prove it had legal standing to request the sealing of a case related to alleged sexual extortion against two of the university’s student athletes, legal experts said.
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Pennsylvania takes first step to join federal government’s $45 billion “Internet for All” initiative
Under the initiative, three programs will spend $45 billion on building broadband infrastructure, reducing connection costs and promoting equitable access.
Workers at The Meadows in Centre County will have to wait for unionization results after the hospital challenges some votes
Workers at the Meadows Psychiatric Center in Centre County cast their votes on a union petition Wednesday and Thursday. But the votes will not be counted until a dispute over whose votes should count is resolved.
As of the morning of Dec. 6, 66 patients were hospitalized at Mount Nittany for COVID-19
Kids under 12 get one third the dosage in their Pfizer vaccines and will return after three weeks for a second shot.
The State College Borough Council appointed during its Monday night meeting nine members to the Community Oversight Board, which was created to increase transparency and accountability of the State College Police Department.
Unofficial results of Municipal Elections in Centre County, Blair County Second Amendment sanctuaries
Voters in Blair County cast ballots on declaring their municipalities so-called “Second Amendment Sanctuaries.”
The merger passed in DuBois by more than a two-to-one margin with 1,228 votes for and 536 against. It narrowly passed in Sandy Township, whose largest community is Treasure Lake, by 1,574 to 1,541. Passage in both municipalities was required for the consolidation.
Advisers to Governor Wolf hear from Central Pa. residents about drawing the next Congressional district map
Central Pennsylvania residents said they want to see communities kept intact when it comes to congressional redistricting during a listening session with Governor Tom Wolf’s Redistricting Advisory Council Monday.
There’s a shortage of school psychologists. So why is Penn State’s College of Education closing its School Psychology Ph.D. program?
The program’s goal is to train students to specialize in combining psychology and education practices.