The Paterno Family made it official yesterday filing a 40 page lawsuit against the NCAA. The suit, which has a total of 21 participants, is seeking reversal of the sanctions the association levied on
Twenty of the Plaintiffs suing the NCAA sent a letter to the Penn State Lettermen’s club asking for their support in the process.Paul Kelly, the attorney representing many of the plaintiffs, told State College dot com that the lawsuit is not because anyone is “out for a dollar,” but rather a fight against the injustice his clients believe they have witnessed and is an effort to do what they think is right.The Paterno family has said that any compensation or damages that are awarded as a result of the suit will be donated to charity.
Trash to Treasure
The annual Trash to Treasure Sale will be held at Beaver Stadium tomorrow. The sale consists primarily of items donated by
CVC Golf Tournament
The 17th Annual Coaches Vs, Cancer Golf Tournament will be held today. The event will be held at the Penn State Blue and White Golf Courses.
PennDOT will be performing road construction on Monday that will affect the area from
Governor Corbett is making a push for more spending on Transportation. In order to raise additional state revenue, Corbett’s budget plan calls for removing the cap on the oil company franchise tax, and raising the fees on driver’s licenses and vehicle registrations.The governor says his proposal would raise around 2 billion dollars over 5 years and help fix the thousands of bridges in the state that are structurally deficient and improve the conditions of roads in the state.