The Times Higher Education magazine’s World Reputation Rankings were released on Wednesday and for the first time,
Local Man Sentenced
A Coalport man who went on a drunken rampage last spring was sentenced yesterday. According to WTAJ-TV, Craig Thompson will spend 8-20 years in prison and pay restitution and fines after pleading guilty to more than 40 separate charges which included 11 felonies, 15 misdemeanors and 15 summary offenses.
According to court documents, Thompson stole a 1997 Dodge Ram from a man camping with his friends and family in the Philips burg area and in the process rammed a woman’s vehicle and ran over another woman. Police said after fleeing the scene, he later broke into the
Two pedestrians were struck and killed by a tractor trailer on interstate 80 in
State College Borough Public Works Crews will make repairs to a sanitary sewer line on the 1200 block of
Spring Break Trips
As spring break is hours away for many students, The State College Police Department would like to remind both students and non students to secure your residents, vehicles and valuable items. Those leaving town are advised to take valuable items and electronics with them if possible and to have your mail held and newspaper delivery postponed. Police also remind you not to hide spare keys outside of your apartment or residence and ensure sufficient lighting.