Wise Words 09-12-11

Trans Fats by Dr. Rebecca Wise Thanks to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), trans fats can no longer hide out incognito in your food. As of January 2006, trans fats joined saturated fat and dietary cholesterol on food labels—a move that could make a big difference in your health and that of your children. […]

Lancers Still Looking For A Win

The second game of the 2011 season will be remembered for having taken two days to complete. Continuing lightening strikes in the area caused the game to be delayed several times and finally postponed until Saturday. Because of a LMBA Marching Band Exhibition hosted at the General McLane field, the completion of the game was […]

Final Farmers Market For 2011 At Goodell Gardens Is Sept 14th

Wednesday, Sept. 14 from 3 to 6pm will be the final Farmers Market for the 2011 season at Goodell Gardens. It has become known as THE fresh food spot! Stop by and find great locally-owned produce and food products. Great vendors offer more than just tomatoes and zucchini (they offer that, too), with items like […]

2nd Annual Fall into Chocolate & Wine Fest Sept 24th & 25th

The 2nd Annual Finney’s Chocolate “Fall into Chocolate & Wine Fest will take place Sept 24th & 25th from 10am to 5pm each day. Can you think of a better combination than wine and chocolate? Well maybe milk and warm chocolate chip cookies but….. Many will remember the long tradition of Finneys Pumpkinville and while […]

John Evans Reports..09-09-11

House Committee Examines Lyme Disease Education, Treatment Legislation By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) In late August, I participated in a public hearing of the House Human Services Committee to learn more about legislation that is designed to promote better treatment of and education about Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses. Although I am not a […]

It’s Been 10 Years But We Shall Never Forget!

Any of us who were alive on September 11, 2001 remember where we were when we heard the news. It’s a milestone in the lives of many and certainly in that of our nation. It is a day that can be remembered above all others, just like the JFK assassination, or that of Robert Kennedy, […]

EdinboroOnline.com Welcomes Travis Law Firm

EdinboroOnline.com would like to welcome The Travis Law Firm to our ever growing list of supporters and sponsors. Should you ever need legal advice and counsel we hope you will seek them out. The Travis Law Firm maintains offices in Edinboro, Erie, and Warren, Pennsylvania. The firm maintains a multi-county practice having firmly established an […]

Believe All Is Possible

Believe all is possible Contributed by: Rev. Joanne Rowden Rabindranath Tagore has said, “I slept and dreamt that life was joy, I awoke and saw that life was service. I acted and behold service was joy.” The Spiritual Teachers throughout time have taught a life of service. In serving others, we serve God. It is […]

Wise Words 09-07-11

Sleep by Dr. Rebecca Wise Sleep, marvelous sleep. It’s one of those things you might take for granted—that is, until it eludes you. How much sleep is needed varies greatly by age and from individual to individual. Newborns can sleep away three-fourths of the day. Toddlers and preschoolers need 11 to 14 hours of sleep […]

Edinboro Church To Serve As Area’s Newest Angel Food Distribution Site

Hillcrest Church of the Nazarene, at 12920 Dundon Rd in Edinboro, has been approved as a new distribution site for Angel Food Ministries. Angel Food Ministries (www.angelfoodministries.com) is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing financial support in the form of food relief to communities throughout the United States. Established in 1994 to provide relief […]

Lancer Letter..09-06-11

Decidedly Red! by Richard Scaletta Outerwear comes mostly in darker colors. Coats and jackets are usually black, brown or darker shades of other colors. So, on a day when the thermometer topped 90 and the humidity was still high, the Lancer faithful came to the opening football game at Linden Field in t-shirts and polo […]

Disappointing Season Opener For General McLane

It was an opening game that will certainly be remembered by the warmth of the night. Absent were the blankets, heavy coats, and hot chocolate and a cool drink certainly was in order. McLane scored first in a game that early on seemed to just see-saw back and forth, and by the end of the […]

John Evans Reports..09-02-11

Website Available for Electric Consumers By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) Website Available for Electric Consumers Since caps on electricity have come off, more than 1.2 million electric consumers in Pennsylvania have shopped for the best rate for their electricity. However, according to experts who testified before the House Consumer Affairs Committee in August, even more […]

Your Help Is Needed!

First, if you are a regular reader of EdinboroOnline.com we would like to thank you. The visitor list is growing everyday and for that we are very appreciative. BUT, there always seems to be a “but” and this one is we would like your help. Basically, EdinboroOnline.com more than anything else can be thought of […]

In All Things Give Thanks

In all things give thanks Contributed by: Rev. Joanne Rowden Byron Katie, author of Loving What Is, tells us, “The only time we suffer is when we believe a thought that argues with what is.” How often do you find yourself arguing with what is occurring in the moment? • “My children should call me […]

Lancer Letter..08-31-11

Miracle Machine Back Online by Richard Scaletta We’re off and running! Students returned to school this Tuesday and the miracle machine is back in operation! I refer to the daily operation of the district as a miracle because every day, small miracles happen. Consider Tom Henning and his talented, professional bus drivers. Each day, they […]

2011 Waterford Community Fair Sept 5th to 10th

The 74th Annual, 2011 edition of the Waterford Community Fair will be held Sept 5 thru 10 at the Waterford Fairgrounds, Waterford, PA. Agricultural exhibits, rides, truck-tractor-horse pulls, lots of great food, and plenty of LIVE music! Area favorites Tennessee Back Porch will perform at the grandstand Saturday evening. Saturday Sept 10 is Senior Day […]

2011 Erie Irish Festival September 16,17,18

It’s only “half way to St. Patrick’s Day” but the Irish Festival is here again. The Erie Irish Festival was created in 1993 to bring together folks for a day of Celtic culture and celebration. Initially held at the Cauley Center at St. Patrick Church, for the past several years the festival has been at […]

67th Annual Albion Fair Scheduled for Sept 13th to 17th

Promoted as the biggest “little” fair around, the 67th edition of the Albion Area Fair is scheduled for September 13th through 17th. In case you are wondering what there is to do at the fair….here is a short list: Ride the Historic Albion Carousel, balloon artists, dairy milking parlor, Fair Queen contest, garden tractor pull, […]

It’s a Barn Dance! September 10th

September 10 from 6 to 8 pm will see members and friends gathering for a Barn Dance at Goodell Gardens. It’s a Dessert Potluck and Barn Dance! a Traditional Country Band will play, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Stop by early and bring a dessert to share, beginning at 6 p.m. New to square dancing? No […]