A street corner of Bellefonte has been rejuvenated, and the owner wants to celebrate. Bellefonte Mart, a convenience store and gas station, opened in July off West Lamb Street across from the Gamble Mill, which will be bought by developers Shauna McClure and Gary Werkheiser. Store owner Dolly Singh will host the grand opening Friday at 431 W. Lamb St. with a ribbon cutting at noon, light refreshments and a drawing for $40 gasoline credit.
A new State College restaurant has brought a new twist on Asian cuisine. Kondu, which originated in 2016 in Harrisburg, recently opened its second location at 132 S. Allen St. next to the Amazon store. The eatery took the place of Aurum Jewelers and Goldsmiths, which closed in January after more than two decades in business.
Ferguson Township police launched an investigation Tuesday into a report of a man with a gun. Officers responded to the report at 6:19 p.m. at the intersection of West Beaver Ave and South Osmond Street. “An unknown male got into an argument with a bicyclist and pointed a gun at him during the argument,” a release said. “The male then fled in the direction of the Corl Street Elementary School.” The man was described as white, in his 30s, about 5 feet, 10 inches and a medium build.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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