Fri. November 10 - Bellefonte couple accused of selling meth out of their apartment
Plus: Woman killed in Wednesday's crash identified.
Bellefonte couple accused of selling meth out of their apartment
Spring Township police arrested Terry L. Miller and Cindy A. Young on allegations of distributing methamphetamine from their Bellefonte apartment.
After several undercover purchases in August and September, Miller was initially charged and released on the condition of cooperation, which he failed to fulfill.
Further controlled buys led to the arrest of both Miller and Young, with authorities seizing $14,000 and drugs valued at $7,500.
Miller faces multiple felony and misdemeanor charges, including intent to deliver and possession.
Young is similarly charged with felony intent to deliver, criminal use of communication, and possession.
Both are currently detained at the Centre County Correction Facility awaiting a preliminary hearing set for November 15.
Today: ⛅️ High 50F/low 34F
Tomorrow: 🌤️ High 48F/low 27F
Sunday: 🌤️ High 45F/low 26F
Happening This Weekend
A selection of things going on this weekend
🤣 Improv Comedy Show
Fri. 7PM | Blue Brick Theatre | $15
Come on out an enjoy an evening of entertainment. The show features three long-form improv sets with an intermission between each. Expect the unknown.
🎤 Ma’am LP Release and Tour Kick Off
Sat. 7PM | The State Theatre | $30/$35
Are they country? Are they crazy? Does it matter? Hailing from somewhere in Central Pennsylvania, Ma’am is a seven headed cowpoke racing their horse and buggy off the road into a city near you.
🎶 Strings and Stouts
Sun. 1-3PM | Axemann Brewery, Bellefonte | $40/$50
Enjoy a cozy afternoon of live music & refreshments benefiting the Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra. Tickets include one Axemann Brewery drink ticket, Ahhmazing Graze charcuterie, desserts by Dolce Vita, and a special classical performance by the Allegria Quartet featuring several PCO players.
💃 Centre County Ballroom Dance
Sun. 2-5PM | Lambert Hall, Bellefonte | $10/person
Centre County Dance will hold their next ballroom dance this sunday. Cost is $10/person and there will be a rumba lesson from 2:00-2:30. BYOB and bring a snack to share.
🎹 Seulki Yoo: Bringing Light Through Music
Sun. 4PM | Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Centre County
Pianist Seulki Susie Yoo will perform a benefit recital for the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. Her program, "Bringing Light through Music," will feature the Opus 10 and Opus 25 Etudes by Frederic Chopin.
Live Music Lowdown
Anchor&Arrow | HiWay Pizza Pub - West | 7PM
Donny Burns | The Phyrst | 7-9PM
Hops & Vines | Axemann Brewery | 6PM
Joe Belle | A’s Pub | 7-9PM
Kate Twoey | University Wine Co. | 6-8PM
Lowjack | The Brewery | 10:30PM
Mike (OK Otter) | A’s Pub |
Ted & The Hi-fi’s | The Phyrst | 10:30PM
Anchor&Arrow | Cafe 210 | 4PM
Chris Bell Band | American Legion Riders Post 893 (Milesburg) | 9PM-Midnight
Hart, Lowe & Wulbrecht | Pine Grove Hall | 7PM | $12
Kristi Jean & Steve Brainstetter | Antifragile Brewing Co. | 7:30PM
Lowjack | The Phyrst | 10:30PM
Planet Soul | 3 Dots Downtown | 8PM
Veronica & John | The Phyrst | 7-9PM
In Other News
⚖️ Plaza Azteca, the operator of Plaza Mexican Bar and Grill in State College, has agreed to pay nearly $600,000 in back wages to 41 local employees as part of a wider $11.4 million settlement for labor law violations. The U.S. Department of Labor found that the restaurant chain denied minimum and overtime wages to 1,320 workers across over 40 locations, violating federal wage and hour laws. The violations were deemed repeated and willful, involving incorrect payment of back-of-house staff and failure to keep accurate work hour records. Affected workers, including those with any immigration status, are entitled to back wages and may contact the Labor Department with inquiries. [Centre Daily Times via Yahoo]
🏗️ Penn State's Nursing Sciences Building along College Avenue is set for a $28 million renovation and addition pending approval by the university’s board. The work will add a 180-student classroom and replace the facade, HVAC, and interior spaces of the 44-year-old building. The project funded through borrowing, donations, reserves, and university funds aims to modernize facilities and address maintenance needs. Construction will begin this month, with completion expected by August 2025. [Centre Daily Times via Yahoo]
Toni L. Freeman, 67, of Bellefonte, was identified as the woman killed in a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer on Route 322 in Harris Township on Wednesday. Freeman was driving eastbound when she crossed into oncoming traffic and struck the westbound tractor-trailer. The tractor-trailer driver was uninjured in the crash that kept part of Route 322 closed for hours. The Centre County Coroner ruled Freeman's death as accidental from blunt force trauma. [StateCollege.com]
Who’s playing at home this weekend
Penn State Football
11/11 vs. Michigan | Noon | Beaver Stadium
Penn State Men’s Basketball
11/10 vs. Lehigh | 7:30PM | Bryce Jordan Center
Penn State Women’s Basketball
11/10 vs. Navy | 5PM | Bryce Jordan Center
Penn State Women’s Volleyball
11/10 vs. Michigan | 7PM | Rec Hall
11/11 vs. Wisconsin | 8PM | Rec Hall
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