Early Flu Shots Available

In case you haven’t noticed, the nights are getting cooler, the clouds have a different look, produce that has been growing all summer is being harvested, and all the signs of a season change are in the air. Along with this we begin to hear the cry to get your flu shots. Unless you are […]

John Evans Reports 08-26-11

Senior Expo with State Attorney General, Edinboro Manor, Senior Helpers to be Held in Edinboro By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) Together with the Office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General, we are hosting a Senior Expo on Thursday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Edinboro. The […]

Wise Words..08-25-11

Skin rashes by Dr. Rebecca Wise A rash is a rash is a rash, right? Wrong. In fact, there are so many different types of skin rashes, you may find it hard to keep track of them all. Here’s a brief overview of just 10 of the more common types of skin rashes. 1. Eczema […]


Meditation Contributed by: Rev. Joanne Rowden This past week I was visiting one of my favorite markets. As is typical, I struck up a conversation with the “produce girl.” We often exchange a few words as I am picking out the perfect banana or avocado for my week. The conversation is often typical, “Is it […]

Lancer Letter..08-23-11

The Life Cycle of a Tomato by Richard Scaletta Even the smallest home garden usually contains at least one tomato plant. When the tomato first enters the garden, it is usually a seedling. The first weeks are concentrated on green, growing the plant taller and expanding the number of stems and leaves. Then come the […]

Friends of Lancer Football Fundraiser Finds Early Success

Friends of Lancer Football kicked off a new fundraiser this season called the Lancer Football Jackpot. This fundraiser has replaced their annual Reverse Raffle, and so far it seems it will be a success. Essentially, the boosters will sell 300 tickets at $50 each. At each of our five (5) home games this season there […]

John Evans Reports..08-19-11

PA 529 College Savings Program Offers Free Online Enrollment Through Aug. 31 By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) One of the toughest financial decisions a parent makes is how to afford higher education. As a parent and as a member of the Tuition Account Program (TAP) Advisory Board, I understand these frustrations. To help parents, the […]

Michael Koester Named New Head Coach of Blue Dolphins Swim Team

Michael Koester of Edinboro has been named the new head coach of the County YMCA Blue Dolphins swim team. Koester began competitive swimming at age 9 for the St Luke/Mount Calvary swim team in Erie. A few summers from the ages of 9 through 14, and all through high school he swam on the Blue […]

Wattsburg Erie County Fair v.2011

It’s that time of year when it seems like it’s just one fair after another, probably because it is! The 2011 version of the Wattsburg Erie County Fair will take place August 28th thru Sept 3rd, at the fairgrounds on RT8, in Wattsburg, PA This year marks the fairs 127th year. As always this event […]

“A Little Night Music” Series Continues At Goodell Gardens – August 26

Goodell Gardens is becoming known for it’s enjoyable and affordable music programs, and this year will be no exception. The last of this seasons “A Little Night Music” series is scheduled for Friday, August 26th, 7-9 pm – and will present the – Dixie Doodlers, offering Dixieland Jazz from seasoned musicians, this group is sure […]

Wise Words..08-16-11

The Power of Meditation by Dr. Rebecca Wise Worry, anxiety and stress can be more than distractions. Continually replaying in your mind daily problems and fears can affect your mental and physical health. By controlling your attention as you meditate, you begin to feel more relaxed and at peace. And this peacefulness usually lasts far […]

EdinboroOnline.com Teams Up With WCTL

EdinboroOnline.com has joined forces with WCTL Radio. 106.3FM WCTL is owned and operated by Inspiration Time, Inc., a non-profit corporation dedicated to excellence in Christian media. 106.3 WCTL serves the Erie, PA metro area with your favorite Contemporary Christian Music and great teaching 24 hours a day! WCTL also has an award winning sports broadcasting […]

It’s Almost Time For The Crawford County Fair!

The 66th Annual Crawford County Fair is almost here! Billed as the Largest Agricultural Fair in Pennsylvania, the Crawford County Fair features plenty of amusement rides, displays and lots of good food – truck and tractor pulls, demolition derbies, agricultural and livestock entries and judging. The Fair which runs from August 20 – 27 2011, […]

Goodell Gardens Farmers Market Offers Good Food, Great Stories

Submitted by Amber Wellington, Public Relations, Goodell Gardens & Homestead While the summer season is winding down, here at Goodell Gardens, our Farmers Market is just starting to flourish! With more than 15 regularly-attending vendors, we have just about something for everyone. Stop by on Wednesdays from 3-6 p.m. to meet our local agricultural providers. […]

John Evans Reports..08-12-11

Calling All Pennsylvania History Buffs By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) is in the process of developing a comprehensive preservation plan, as required by the National Park Service. As part of its strategy to promote the 2012-2017 Preservation Plan for Pennsylvania, PHMC is inviting Commonwealth residents to share their […]

In Case You Missed It, School Calendar Only Online This Year

In case you missed it, with all the deliberations about what and where to cut to balance the next GM school budget, one area that was cut was the school calendar. For years a colorful calendar with art created by GM students was something that hung in almost every home. This year the school calendar […]

Lancer Letter..08-09-11

Eat to Learn by Richard Scaletta High on the list of reasons I love summer would be the accessibility of fresh vegetables. I love to walk to the garden, pick what is ripe, and return them to the kitchen where my wife transforms them into a panoply of culinary delights. You just can’t beat the […]

Wise Words..08-09-11

Back-to-School Health Advice by Dr. Rebecca Wise Kids should learn to share, right? But, when it comes to bugs and other contagious health problems in school, does your kid have to get everything that’s passed around? In a classroom, at a playground or in a locker room, kids do tend to share lots of health […]

John Evans Reports…08-05-11

New Law Seeks to Further Protect Greyhounds By Rep. John Evans (R-Erie/Crawford) As an animal lover and dog owner, I understand how important it is for canines to be treated humanely, and that is why I am pleased that Pennsylvania does not allow greyhound racing in our Commonwealth. To further discourage this activity, the House […]

Edinboro Fire Department Dinner Scheduled For August 11

The monthly fund raiser dinner of the Edinboro Volunteer Fire Dept will be held August 11th. The dinner includes: Pulled Pork, homemade potato salad, fresh sweet corn, dessert and beverage. . The cost is $7. Dinner is served from 5 to 6:30pm. Take out is available. All proceeds will benefit the Edinboro VFD. Support our […]