Michelle Vitaliz was commissioned to illustrate a recreation of a severed head to assist law enforcement. Dr. Tim Thompson sits in awe as he embraces Scottish culture and majesty. Dr. Mary Paniccia Carden knows that women haven’t gotten the appropriate credit for revolutionizing Beat literat…
A 2019 Sullivan family reunion was held on Saturday, July 27, with 40 descendants of Mandy and John Sullivan attending — including five Amy family members, 20 Cragg family members and 15 Peterson family members.
The Color Run will return to Erie for "The Love Tour" on Saturday, Aug. 10. This will mark the fifth time the event has been hosted in Erie since 2014, and the first time since 2017.
Todd Bol’s Little Free Library began with a box full of books on his lawn in Wisconsin. Ten years later, there are more than 80,000 branches, and books in 91 countries.
Students from Clymer Central School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter recently visited seven cemeteries within the school district to honor veterans by placing more than 400 American flags on their graves.
Eighty-one young men and women ages 13 to 15, who reside in the Pennsylvania State Police Troop E patrol areas of Erie, Crawford, Warren and Venango Counties, underwent intensive training this week at the Camp Cadet program at Allegheny College in Meadville.
Safe Journey is partnering with restaurants in Corry and Union City to promote its Violence Free Starts With Me message to local children. Safe Journey recently distributed more than 1,000 placemats for kids to enjoy at participating restaurants. The “Pirate Island”-themed placemats offer fa…
Four generations of a local family recently gathered for a party and posed for the above photo. Family members are great-grandmother, Dorothy Humes, left, of Clymer; grandmother Debbie Morgan, right, of Corry; mother, Lisa Morgan, center, of Corry; and baby, Janae Lindstrom.
When the Zonta Club of the Corry Area launched its second bra drive in February, members set a goal of collecting 1,000 bras to benefit women in underprivileged countries.
Wattsburg Borough Council recently gave away its first-ever scholarships to two graduating seniors from Seneca High School during the Council's meeting on Monday. Makenzie Wright, center left, and Austin Detzel, center right, each received $500 and a certificate from Borough Council, which h…
Members of the Spartansburg High School class of 1959 gathered for their 60th class reunion on Saturday. The 15 classmates in attendance, above, sang their alma mater and enjoyed a time of reminiscing through yearbooks and reconnecting with one another.
Several local students were recently named to the dean’s list at Clarion University for the spring 2019 semester. To be named to the list, students must attain a 3.5 grade point average and be enrolled in at least 12 credits.
Union City resident Jason Klus, son of Edward and Paula Klus, recently graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in University Park, with a cumulative grade point average of 4.0, leading the 2019 class that was composed of about 10,000 students.