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Outage affects Piper Building, commissioners meeting held outside

LOCK HAVEN - The commissioners' voting session wasn't the biggest news to come out of the Piper Building Thursday morning. County workers were sent home as they arrived Thursday due to a power outage at the building located along Piper Way in Lock Haven. No other buildings were effected by ...

State system integration moves forward

HARRISBURG - The Board of Governors of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education has voted unanimously to move ahead with combining six universities within the 14-school system. The vote came about 2:45 p.m. at the board's quarterly meeting and following hours of discussion and ...

UPMC and LHU partner for community drive-thru vaccine clinics

LOCK HAVEN – UPMC in North Central Pa. will partner with Lock Haven University, Clinton County and Keystone Central School District to host drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinics on Friday, June 25 and Monday, June 28 from noon to 4 p.m. at Lock Haven University’s Student Recreation Center, ...

Central Mountain baseball team advances

WINGATE — With a 12-0 victory over Peters Township Monday, Central Mountain solidified itself as one of the top-eight teams in the state. The Wildcats’ shutout win was highlighted by a combined no-hitter and four home runs. CM is now slated to play its quarterfinal game Thursday ...

Bellefonte Lady Raiders advance

The Bellefonte Lady Raider softball team advanced in the first round of states this afternoon. Behind star pitcher Lexi Rogers, the Lady Raiders knocked off Chartiers Valley, 4-1. Bellefonte won in spite of getting just four hits. Chartiers Valley had seven hits off Rogers in the ...

City council appoints Alexander Di Costanzo to fill vacancy

LOCK HAVEN - After interviewing four contenders for a seat vacated by William “Bill” Mincer in May, Lock Haven City Council appointed Alexander “Alex” Di Costanzo, of Bellefonte Avenue, to fill it on Monday night. Di Costanzo, a Democrat, is running for a 4-year term on city council ...