CENTRE REGION — Celebrated on the 21st day of the third month of the year, World Down Syndrome Day signifies the unique triplication of the 21st chromosome which causes Down syndrome.
CLEARFIELD — The Clearfield County Charitable Foundation recently released $6,800 from the Basic Needs Fund to food banks serving communities across all of Clearfield County.
INDIANA — Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Safety, Health, and Environmental Applied Sciences program has been ranked third in the nation for excellence by Universities.com, with an A “excellent” ranking.
WILKES-BARRE — Wilkes University interim Provost Terese Wignot announced the Dean’s List for the fall 2020 semester.
ST. MARYS — The St. Marys Area United Way continues to fund the Veterans Memorial Flame as a result of its annual campaign — specifically, the gas needed to keep the flame lit 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
UNIVERSITY PARK — The Penn State Extension Master Gardener and Pesticide Education programs will deliver poison prevention education virtually this year to first-grade students across the commonwealth.
WARREN – A conference proposal submitted by Northern Pennsylvania Regional College’s (NPRC) English Instructor Ben Blood has been accepted for the national 2021 Teaching Professor Conference held this June in New Orleans, Louisiana.
DuBOIS — Penn State DuBois, in partnership with Penn State Berks, will offer an SAT preparatory course for high school students this spring.
ST. MARYS — Toastmasters continued their leadership tour by visiting the Elk County Community Recycling Center in St. Marys.
CURWENSVILLE – The Community Blood Bank is urging donors to give blood during this critical time of need. The CBB is facing a critical blood shortage for the local patients in need. The CBB is facing a less-than one-day supply of most blood types.