By Carol White and Linda White We have always been interested in the Manhattan Project, as our family was almost involved with it. We’d like to share the family story with you. Our Grandfather, Dr. Marsh W. White, was a … Continued
By Dina Liberatore The Highlands community is composed of such a diverse array of people – young and old; students, faculty/staff and retired persons; people who own homes and people who rent; people who have spent a lifetime here and … Continued
By Rick Gilmore All of us shape the future through our actions large and small. One way to shape the future of public policy is to vote. This article provides information about the voting process that may be useful to … Continued
Note: This article was originally published by StateCollege.com and is reprinted with their permission. Hearts in the Highlands is pleased that the Good Day Cafe in Hamilton Square is part of the Highlands community. By Geoff Rushton – August 18, 2023 … Continued
by Lorie Waters When my husband and I moved back to State College in 2014, we figured it would just be for a couple of years while he established his post-grad school career. Nine years and two kids later, we’re … Continued
Celebrating Hearts in the Highlands’ 6th anniversary…let the pets eat cake!
Our Highlands neighborhood, by virtue of its Beaver Avenue boundary on its north side, enjoys the distinction of being the home to the Schlow Centre Region Library. Here is a repost about the Schlow Centre Region Library from the Centre … Continued
Dear Highlands Neighbors This week’s posting by Noah Coleman marks the first anniversary of Hearts in the Highlands on the HCA website. The Editorial Board (Anne Cornell, Peg Hambrick, Gary Miller, and I) wish to thank all of our contributors … Continued