Attorney General Josh Shapiro recently announced that Safe2Say Something, the statewide tip line for Pennsylvania students with concerns about themselves or others, remains available to commonwealth schools through the COVID19 pandemic.
The FirstEnergy Foundation is donating $500,000 to 42 local food banks and hunger centers in communities served by FirstEnergy Corp. electric utility operating companies in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia and Maryland to help provide essential food and nutrition to those who ne…
Volunteer-dependent organizations in Erie County are running low on volunteers. That’s why United Way of Erie County has partnered with Erie County government and ServErie to connect interested individuals with available volunteer opportunities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic through th…
A local couple will soon be celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary and their family is asking people to help them in sharing this milestone with a card shower in honor of Troy and Frances Kucnick Smith.
ERIE — To provide assistance during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Manufacturer & Business Association (MBA) has launched a comprehensive webpage, “COVID-19 Employer Resources,” and other key tools to address the most pressing workplace questions and concerns that are impacting businesses th…
“East Lake Meadows: A Public Housing Story” examines a public housing project opened by the Atlanta Housing Authority in 1970 and demolished a generation later.
Due to concerns about COVID-19, and after reviewing updates and recommendations from federal, state and local authorities, the upcoming Third Thursdays: Small Town, Big Business series, scheduled for Thursday has been postponed.
First Presbyterian Church of Corry, 607 W. Smith St., has canceled its formal services for March 22 and March 29, according to Pastor Dan McEldowney.
The Corry Higher Education Council is committed to the health and well-being of its students, staff, tenants, educational partners, patrons and community members. Out of an abundance of caution, the Corry Higher Education Council has suspended all programming effective immediately. The Smith…
Warren County Dairy Promotion Committee is looking for Dairy Princesses, Maids, Misses and Lil' Misses.
Clarion University President Dale-Elizabeth Pehrsson recently sent a letter to the campus community to inform them that face-to-face instruction has been canceled until further notice.
Erie SeaWolves national anthem, public address announcer and on-field emcee auditions that were originally scheduled for this Saturday, March 14, at the Millcreek Mall have been cancelled.
At Pocono Organics on Tuesday, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding announced that Pennsylvania farmers could apply for grants up to $7,500 through the PA Farm Bill’s $1 million Farm Vitality Grant Program for organic transition planning assistance.
Northern Pennsylvania Regional College (NPRC) has been approved by its board of trustees to offer a two-year associate degree of applied science in applied technology.
Current Spartansburg Community Fair Queen Zoey Howell is a member of the Clarion University Equestrian team and her team traveled to Slippery Rock University this past weekend, after qualifying throughout the winter for regionals.
The Learn-to-Fish Program is a memorial program to Brent McKown (1935 - 2001), who was an avid fisherman all his life in Warren and Chautauqua counties. He also loved to help children learn to fish and enjoy the great outdoors.
Edinboro University and Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit are collaborating to host a training for area school leaders provided though the National Institute for School Leadership (NISL).
The Corry Area Chamber of Commerce will present three awards to a local business, volunteer and nonprofit organization during its upcoming annual meeting and awards dinner.
Rebecca Gill, 18, of Spartansburg, was recently named to the president's list at Youngstown State University for attaining a perfect 4.0 grade point average during the fall 2019 semester.
Fourth-graders at Corry Area Intermediate School displayed a range of inventiveness while crafting their Valentine's Day boxes this year to collect treats and valentines during their holiday party in February.
Cold weather doesn't hold everyone back from enjoying the outdoors. Local Debra Thompson went for a stroll through Mead Park with her granddaughters on a 19-degree day on Jan. 20. Avery, left, and Elise Boucher had an outdoor picnic and made snow angels. Thompson was able to catch Elise in a…
A free Saint Vincent Community Health and Wellness Fair scheduled to take place today at the YMCA of Corry has been canceled due to the predicted winter storm.
In the state of Pennsylvania, anyone born after Jan. 1, 1982, operating a personal watercraft or boat with a motor in excess of 25 horsepower is required to have a PA Boating Safety Education Certificate in their possession while operating the craft.
The Awana Kids Club at the Faith Evangelical Church, located on West Washington Street Extension, recently held a "Souper Bowl Sunday" collection to gather canned soup that will be distributed throughout the community to various blessing boxes, which are basically self-serve miniature food p…