Isaiah Humphries, former Penn State football player, filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday naming defensive tackle Damion Barber the ringleader in alleged serious hazing and head coach James Franklin for ignoring his complaint and even retaliating against Humphries.
The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation of Harrisburg is providing a new gift of $500,000 to Pennsylvania College of Technology, bringing the total of its scholarship support to students to $2.75 million.
With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day officially celebrated on Monday, January 20, this year, cities and campuses across central Pennsylvania will be marking the civil rights leader's legacy.
After undergoing three brain surgeries in the past year, Zach McCloskey was officially and warmly welcomed back to campus on Monday morning for the start of the spring semester by Mansfield University President Dr. Charles Patterson.
Each year, the Pennsylvania College of Technology holds their annual Food Show where students showcase their final projects for the fall semester for a panel of judges and visitors from seven secondary schools. The Food Show lets students share their projects and obtain feedback from industr…
A new Lock Haven University Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship was recently approved by the Association's Board of Directors, and will be awarded starting in the 2020-2021 school year. The scholarship will award up to four legacy students - a child, grandchild, sibling, or legally adopted…
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In light of recent online reports and public outcry from a concerned citizen at their most recent school board meeting, the Williamsport Area School District has issued a statement regarding an alleged incident which occurred during the spring of 2018 while the baseball team was on a trip to…
On Tuesday, Pennsylvania's state government announced that three grants are being awarded in Bradford and Lycoming counties to improve agriculture education. With a spotlight on Pennsylvania's agricultural industry thanks to the 2020 Farm Show, this was a fitting time to make the announcement.
Pennsylvania College of Technology is offering assistance for current and future college students and their families to complete the 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The session, hosted by the college's Financial Aid Office, will help complete the forms which are u…
The PA Farm to School grant program offered through the PA Department of Agriculture aims to enrich the connection communities have with fresh, healthy food and local producers by changing food purchasing behaviors and education practices at schools and early childhood education sites.
The coming new year prompts us to take a look back at the accomplishments, tribulations, highlights, and lowlights of the past year. From our seat at NorthcentralPa.com, we watch and report as news, events, catastrophes, and celebrations happen in the 12-county region we serve.
The Pennsylvania College of Technology's fall commencement ceremony took place on December 21 at the Community Arts Center, and with it, several awards were presented to students and one outstanding business alumnus.
After completing a 180-hour course taught by Jim Welch and Gene LaFavor, seven students at the Mansfield University Public Safety Institute completed the fall semester's Emergency Medical Technician course, with a graduation ceremony held on December 12.
Lock Haven University held its 18th annual student pottery sale on Dec. 12 and 13 in the LHU Art Annex, featuring the works of nine LHU students and two local ceramic artists. The proceeds from the sale went to the local non-profit H.E.L.P. (Hardship Emergency Loan Program) for Pets, which p…
Pennsylvania College of Technology’s brewing and fermentation science instructor joined three other academic colleagues in delivering a talk at the three-day Master Brewers' Conference, held recently in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The talk explored brewing education in the context of the rapid…
The Denny Scalise Memorial Flying Musicians' Association (FMA) Solo Scholarship is looking for nominations of exceptional student solo musicians who also have an interest in aviation.
On Thursday, the Williamsport Area School District Education Foundation (WASDEF) released their 2018-2019 Annual Report, highlighting the organization's key activities and financial statements between July 1 of 2018 to June 30, 2019.
The Mansfield University Public Safety Training Institute has secured a $7,500 grant from Shell Appalachia to conduct an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course on campus, with the goal of increasing the number of trained volunteers in Tioga County.
Lock Haven University is among four institutions of Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) that have secured $5.9 million in federal funds to aid in the professional development of early child care workers. The other institutions are East Stroudsburg, Shippensburg, and Edin…
The Watsontown Police Department, in conjunction with the Police K9 Project and the Northumberland County District Attorney’s Office, are inviting all Northumberland County students in grades 6-12 to participate in a logo design art contest. The department announced the art contest in a Face…
This year, Pennsylvania College of Technology nursing graduates crushed state and national averages in their National Council Licensure Exams. The two exams are the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) and the National Council Licensure Exam for Practical Nurses (…