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‘Her impact will be felt for generations to come.’ Philanthropist Barbara Palmer dies at 93 (Centre Daily Times, 1/21/2019)

Grand menorah lighting brings Jewish community together for Hanukkah (Daily Collegian, 12/6/2018)

Zeta Beta Tau overcomes adversity to host public menorah lighting on first night of Hanukkah (Daily Collegian, 12/3/2018)

Thoughts on the alcohol tax, climate change, and more: letters to the editor (Centre Daily Times, 12/1/2018)

Community Events Encourage Locals to Shop Small (, 11/23/2018)

Protestors voice opinions against Trump's attorney general appointment (Daily Collegian, 11/8/2018)

KCF to expand with new downtown SC office (Centre County Gazette, 11/1/2018)

A year out of office, Mayor Elizabeth Goreham remains active in the community (Daily Collegian, 11/1/2018)

Borough ABCs The Perfect Opportunity To Provide Student Perspective (Onward State, 11/1/2018)

Have you noticed State College getting more colorful? Here’s what’s behind 2 new murals (Centre Daily Times, 10/31/2018)

State College Company Plans to Double Its Jobs with Expansion Downtown (, 10/30/2018)

This local tech company is expanding in downtown State College and adding jobs (Centre Daily Times, 10/30/2018)

State College recognized as LGBTQ-friendly place to live and work (Centre Daily Times, 10/16/2018)

State College Receives High Marks for LGBTQ Inclusivity (, 10/15/2018)

State College scores high for its relationship with the LGBTQ community (Daily Collegian, 10/12/2018)

Local Residents Go 'Over the Edge' at Fraser Centre for Two Good Causes (Centre County Reports, 10/12/2018)

Happening Now: Over the Edge in State College (WTAJ, 10/11/2018)

Mayor, State College figures rappel down Hyatt Place — for a cause (Daily Collegian, 10/11/2018)

Dozens ready to rappel down Centre County building for a good cause (WTAJ, 10/10/2018)

Rappel for a cause? How local nonprofits get creative with fundraising (Centre Daily Times, 10/8/2018)

It took 5 years for State College’s MLK Plaza to become a reality. How is it being used? (Centre Daily Times, 9/27/2018)

College Democrats, College Republicans debate interpreting the U.S. Constitution (Underground, 9/26/2018)

See Mayor Don Hahn Jump Off A Building (Onward State, 9/25/2018)

State College Hosts First Multicultural Unity Fair (WPSU, 9/24/2018)

Here’s what you need to know about overnight parking in State College (Centre Daily Times, 9/20/2018)

An international ‘fair-trade pioneer’ finds a home in Centre County (Centre Daily Times, 9/20/2018)

Borough Council Approves Overnight Parking Changes (, 9/18/2018)

Borough Council Passes Ordinance For Parking Permit Pilot Program In Highlands Neighborhood (Onward State, 9/18/2018)

State College held Immigration and Equity Summit (WTAJ, 9/18/2018)

State College, Penn State Law Clinic to Host Immigration and Equity Summit (, 9/17/2018)

State College Borough Council passes Highlands neighborhood parking ordinance (Daily Collegian, 9/17/2018)

Notable State College figures present at Immigration and Equity Summit (Daily Collegian, 9/17/2018)

Transportation Commission Reviews Proposed Overnight Parking Permit Pilot for Highlands (, 9/12/2018)

State College Borough council set to vote on revised parking permit pilot program (Daily Collegian, 9/12/2018)

Transportation Commission Reviews Ordinance Establishing Highlands Parking Permit Pilot Program (Onward State, 9/12/2018)

State College housing, thanks to politicians, and more: Letters to the editor (Centre Daily Times, 9/7/2018)

UPUA Discusses Delay In Adding Multicultural Caucus Seats To Assembly (Onward State, 9/6/2018)

State College Lifts Some Parking Restrictions for Season's First Penn State Football Weekend (, 8/29/2018)  

State College Commemorates 1963 March On Washington (WPSU, 8/28/2018)

What's Next for A State College Ordinance That Did Not Pass- P.S.It Relates To Penn State Football (WTAJ, 8/28/2018)

State College Mayor's Veto Not Overturned By Borough Council...What That Means for PSU Football Fans (WTAJ, 8/28/2018)

What's Next for Overnight Parking Changes in State College? (, 8/27/2018)

State College Borough Council fails to override Mayor Don Hahn’s veto of parking ordinance (Daily Collegian, 8/27/2018)

Borough Council Fails To Override Hahn’s Parking Veto, Schedules Public Hearing On Ordinance (Onward State, 8/27/2018)

Borough Council Should Heed Don Hahn’s Overnight Parking Veto (Onward State, 8/27/2018)

State College Community to Commemorate Anniversary of 1963 March on Washington (, 8/26/2018)

State College divided on overnight parking changes (Centre Daily Times, 8/24/2018)

Mayor Hahn vetoes overnight parking restrictions ordinance (WJACTV, 8/22/2018)

Hahn Plans to Veto Overnight Parking Ordinance (, 8/21/2018)

Mayor Don Hahn Plans To Veto Overnight Parking Restrictions In Highlands Neighborhood (Onward State, 8/21/2018)

Highlands Civic Association Says More Time and Study Needed for Parking Ordinance Changes (, 8/20/2018)

State College Borough Council votes in favor of overnight parking restrictions (WJACTV, 8/20/2018)

Hahn Asks Borough Council to Consider Changes to Overnight Parking Permit Pilot Project (, 8/13/2018)

Mayor Don Hahn Asks Borough Council To Consider Changes To Proposed Overnight Parking Restrictions (Onward State, 8/13/2018)

How Clean Is State College's Air? A New Report Sees Problems (, 7/12/2018)

Here’s how many ‘bad air days’ State College had and what that means for your health (Centre Daily Times, 7/10/2018)

Fate of former fraternity houses discussed at Borough council meeting (Daily Collegian, 7/10/2018)       

Rainbow Crosswalks in Downtown State College Celebrate Pride Month (, 6/26/2018)

State College crosswalks painted as rainbows to show LGBTQ Pride (WJACTV, 6/26/2018)

Energy-efficient homes come to fruition (Express, 6/21/2018)

Where's the diversity among elected officials in Centre County (Centre Daily Times, 6/10/2018)  

Going platinum: State College to be a Platinum Certified Sustainable Municipality (Daily Collegian, 6/5/2018)

Tired of speeding drivers in your area? Relief could be on the way (Centre Daily Times, 5/25/2018)

How has the way parents read to children changed in a digital world? And does it matter?  (Centre Daily Times, 5/12/2018)  

How Penn State Greek reforms have impacted State College neighbors (Centre Daily Times, 5/11/2018)

 State officials need to protect Pa. from Trump's EPA | Opinion (Penn Live 5/4/2018)

Can Allen Street Be a Pedestrian Plaza? There’s a Proposal to Give It a Try This Summer (, 4/27/2018)

TGIF: State College Weekend Events for April 27-29 (, 4/27/2018)

Borough Council approves parking proposal only for Highlands neighborhood (Underground, 4/17/2018)

Lunch with Mimi: State College Mayor Don Hahn on Town-Gown Relations, Downtown Change, and Consolidation (Town & Gown, 4/16/2018)


Nanes Holds Campaign Kickoff (, 4/6/2018)

Town and gown effort welcomes international students to community (Centre County Gazette, 4/5/2018)

Borough, Student Leaders Unveil ‘You Are Welcome Here’ Banners (, 4/3/2018)

Borough Council discusses overnight parking restrictions for special event weekends (Underground, 4/3/2018)

Borough and UPUA host international student banners unveil (Underground, 4/3/2018)

Borough, Student Leaders Officially Unveil ‘You Are Welcome Here’ Banners (Onward State, 4/3/2018)

State College unveils banners to welcome everyone around the world (WTAJ, 4/2/2018)

'You Are Welcome Here': New town-gown campaign highlights international students (Centre Daily Times, 4/2/2018)

Lunch with Mimi: State College Mayor Don Hahn on town-gown relations, downtown change, and consolidation (Town and Gown, 3/30/2018)

Around the County (C-Net, 3/1/2018)

The Changing Face of Downtown State College (Centre County Report, 2/21/2018) 

[Live Blog] Penn State THON 2018 – Total: $10,151,663 (Onward State, 2/18/2018)

THON: Annual 46-hour dance, no sleep marathon returns this weekend (WTAJ, 2/17/2018)

'City of THON' Mayor Don Han addresses Penn State community ahead of THON 2018 (Daily Collegian, 2/16/2018)       

Mayor Don Hahn Kicks Off THON With ‘City Of THON’ Name Change (Onward State, 2/16/2018)

The Changing Face of Downtown State College (Centre County Report, 2/15/2018)

State College borough introduces ‘The Rumor Mill’ | What it means (Daily Collegian, 2/14/2018)

These are the top 40 employers in Centre County (Centre Daily Times, 2/12/2018)

State College Borough Council thanks student volunteers, discusses a new wastewater treatment plant (Daily Collegian, 2/12/2018) 

What’s happening at today’s Borough Council meeting (Underground, 2/12/2018)

State College Once Again Will Become 'City of THON' (, 2/6/2018)

Borough council discusses conversion therapy ordinance, proclaims State College the City of Thon (Underground, 2/6/2018)

State College Once Again Will Be Renamed ‘City Of THON’ (Onward State, 2/5/2018)

Borough Council set to vote on the illegalization of conversion therapy in Centre County and more | What you need to know (Daily Collegian, 2/2/2018)

Borough Council to consider conversion therapy ordinance, State College to become “City of THON” (Underground, 2/2/2018)

Penn State alumnus speaks to students about morality during lecture at University Park (Daily Collegian, 1/30/2018)

College Republicans and Democrats Debate Health Care (Commmedia News, 1/30/2018)

Penn State student government looks forward to working with 'student friendly' State College Mayor Don Hahn (Daily Collegian, 1/22/2018)

'Taking LaunchBOX to the next level': PNC Bank donates $1 million to Penn State innovation hub (Daily Collegian, 1/22/2018)

The resistance continues: Central PA Women’s March for equality and justice (Underground, 1/21/2018)

Women’s March emphasizes progress and challenges in Centre County (Centre Daily Times, 1/20/2018)

WATCH: Centre County Women’s March takes the streets of State College (Daily Collegian, 1/20/2018)   

State College Women’s March set for Saturday (Underground, 1/19/2018)  

Here’s what you need to know about the Central Pa. Women’s March (Centre Daily Times, 1/18/2018)

New social media site shares State College home listings (Centre County Gazette, 1/18/2018)

Central PA Women's March Planned for Saturday (, 1/18/2018)

State College leaders condemn Trump for ‘s---hole’ comment (Centre Daily Times, 1/16/2018)

Borough Leaders Condemn Trump Immigration Remark (, 1/16/2018)

Borough recognizes Jan. 16 as National Day of Racial Healing (Underground, 1/16/2018)

“Home in State College” Facebook page to showcase Borough living (Underground, 1/11/2018)

UPUA Kicks Off Semester By Confirming S-Book Director (Onward State, 1/11/2018)

Borough Council Considering Conditional Use Permit For Garner Street Lot Development (Onward State, 1/9/2018)

State College Borough Council announces ‘The National Day of Racial Healing’ | What it means (Daily Collegian, 1/8/2018)

New State College Borough Council holds second meeting, Hahn to continue office hours (Underground, 1/8/2018)

 While You Were Away… (Onward State, 1/8/2018)

State College welcomes new mayor (WTAJ, 1/2/2018)

‘Native son of State College’ Don Hahn sworn in as mayor (Centre Daily Times, (1/2/2018)

Don Hahn has a lot of pride in being new mayor (Centre Daily Times, 1/2/2018)

Murphy Hopes to Bring New Perspective to Borough Council (, 1/2/2018)

Hahn Ready to Get to Work as Mayor (, 1/2/2018)

Goreham, Daubert Reflect on Years in Office (, 1/2/2018)

Hahn to Take Office as State College Mayor (, 1/2/2018)

State College ushers in new mayor, council members (Underground, 1/2/2018)

What's the Big Idea (State College Magazine, January 2018) 

LeadOn (State College Magazine, January 2018)