Monthly Archives: May 2017

Petition to Penn State

Sign the petition. The housing development corporation, Toll Brothers, is planning a 264-unit development covering 32 acres at the intersection of West Whitehall Road and Blue Course Drive. Nothing is more fundamental to the well-being of a community than its … Continue reading

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Water, Farmland & Accountable Local Government Protection – May Recap

Ahead of Monday night’s COG General Forum meeting, starting at 7 p.m. Monday, May 22 at the COG building (2643 Gateway Drive) here’s a recap of the last month or so of activity on the proposed Whitehall Road Regional Park … Continue reading

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Bailiwick News – May 13, 2017

5.13.17 Bailiwick News – Critical analysis: Piazza’s death, the Centre County court credibility crisis, Beta Theta Pi fraternity, corporate Penn State profiteering, and possibilities for change. Prior installments.

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Bailiwick News – May 8, 2017

5.8.17 Bailiwick News – Timothy Piazza, Beta Theta Pi fraternity, Penn State Interfraternity Council, Pennsylvania investigating grand juries and the Centre County court credibility crisis. Part 6 in a series on the 2017 Centre County District Attorney race. Prior installments.

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Up-coming Plant Sales…

Looking for plants for your yard or garden, then here are a couple of events to keep in mind: May 6:  Native Plant Festival and Sale.  The PA Native Plant Society will have a festival and sale today, May 6, … Continue reading

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Like to garden, but have no garden?

If you like to garden, but have no space, then here is a unique opportunity to get a work-share that will yield great produce as well as a great learning opportunity. Gene Bazan and Tania Slawecki of Neo-Terra in Lemont, … Continue reading

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