Hunny News for July 18th

Hunny News for July 18th

Hunny News for July 18th

ACCORDING TO A RELEASE FROM THE NEW OWNERS OF BLUE KNOB RESORT CHANGES ARE ON THE WAY TO ENHANCE NOT ONLY THE WINTER SEASON, BUT TO MAKE A BETTER YEAR-ROUND EXPERIENCE. NO MAJOR DETAILS WERE RELEASED ABOUT THE FUTURE BUT THIS COMING WINTER COULD SEE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE LODGE AND AN EXPANDED TUBING PARK.

FORMER PENN STATE ADMINISTRATORS TIM CURLEY AND GARY SHULTZ HAVE BEGUN SERVING THEIR PRISON TERMS FOR THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN THE JERRY SANDUSKY CASE AT THE UNIVERSITY. THE TWO WILL BE ELIGIBLE FOR WORK RELEASE AFTER A PERIOD OF TRANSITION AT THE CENTRE COUNTY JAIL. FORMER PENN STATE PRESIDENT GRAHAM SPANIER IS APPEALING HIS CONVICTION AND REMAINS FREE.

CNBC’S ANNUAL RANKING OF THE BEST STATES TO DO BUSINESS IN SAW A 10 SPOT JUMP FOR PENNSYLVANIA. THE COMMONWEALTH MOVED UP TO NUMBER 23 IN THE RANKINGS SCORING HIGH IN CAPITAL, EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION.

THE EVER CHANGING SKYLINE OF STATE COLLEGE APPEARS POISED FOR ANOTHER HIGH RISE. A 12-STORY COMPLEX AT THE CORNER OF WEST COLLEGE AVENUE AND SOUTH ATHERTON STREET WAS GIVEN APPROVAL MONDAY EVENING. THE NEW BUILDING WILL CONTAIN RETAIL AND RESIDENTIAL USE. UP TO 244 APARTMENTS WITH 743 BEDROOMS.

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