The sale of the
The court order approving the sale requires proceeds from the sale to be held until all pending civil suits filed by
State Treasurer Rob McCord announced in a press release yesterday that he is joining Senator Jake Corman in suing the NCAA to recover the first installment of 12 million dollars in penalties that Penn State Paid in wake of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal.
McCord cited that he has a responsibility to “safeguard the money for citizens of
A state law put into effect earlier this year requires the money to be deposited into an endowment fund which McCord would be in charge of. The NCAA only wants a small portion of the fine to remain in PA
An elderly man and woman were injured yesterday when their over turned on
A popular tourist destination on campus is getting a makes-over. Construction crews are expected to begin work on the Nittany Lion Shrine on May 6, the Monday immediately following spring commencement ceremonies. Workers will improve both the land area around the Shrine and the lighting. The work is part of the universities class of 2012 senior gift, who voted to enhance the area surrounding the popular attraction. Access to the Shrine will be restricted, but is expected to be accessible to those who graduate in the summer.
The Department of Environmental Protection announced earlier this week that it is awarding 2 point 2 million dollars in West Nile Virus Control program grants to 26 counties, which are set to begin surveillance activities this spring. According to WTAJ-TV, Centre, Blair and
The DEP developed the funding proposals in consultation with county officials.
U.S. Senator Pat Toomey has cosponsored bipartisan legislation that would modernize financial privacy notifications that banks provide customers.