Richard Omar Davis

Richard Omar Davis

Richard Omar Davis, 96 of Edinboro, PA died at his home with his family around him on Saturday, August 11, 2018. He was born in Rochester, PA on May 19, 1922. His parents were Omar John Davis and Margaret Robinson Davis of Freedom, PA. He married Jean A. Davis of Beaver, PA in 1962. He […]

HYPE Squad (Helping Youth Promote Excellence) Recently Completed a Public Mural

HYPE Squad (Helping Youth Promote Excellence) Recently Completed a Public Mural

Meadville, PA – A group of Meadville Area teens called the HYPE Squad (Helping Youth Promote Excellence) recently completed a public mural in Downtown Meadville. Inspired by the My Meadville Heart and Soul project, a group of Meadville area teenagers began this summer developing plans for a public mural. Dan Hunter, owner of Cobblestone Cottage, […]

Barbara Ann Tan

Barbara Ann Tan

Barbara Ann Tan, 78, formerly of Edinboro, died Sunday, July 29, 2018 in Kent, Ohio. She was born in Cleveland on January 28, 1940, the daughter of the late Elmer and Marguerite (Ohlinger) Fessenmeyer. Barbara earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Spanish from Western Michigan University in 1962 and a Masters in Speech and […]

Gregory Michael Mogush

Gregory Michael Mogush

Gregory Michael Mogush, 61, of Erie, died Tuesday, July 17, 2018. He was born in Erie on May 29, 1957, the son of Michael and Barbara (Badger) Mogush. Greg was retired from Western Southern Life Insurance Group where he worked in sales for 26 years. After his retirement, he worked as a driver for the […]

Todays Quote 07-15-18

Todays Quote 07-15-18

My therapist told me the way to achieve true inner peace is to finish what I start. So far today, I have finished 2 bags of M&M’s and a chocolate cake. I feel better already. ~ Dave Barry

Debra Kay Katarski

Debra Kay Katarski

Debra Kay Katarski, 46, of Edinboro, died at home on Saturday, July 14, 2018. She was born in Phoenix, AZ on July 16, 1971, daughter of Peggy Wiederholt, of Reno, NV. After moving to Edinboro, Debra continued her education and attended Edinboro University, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing along side her […]

Michael Joseph Ferrick

Michael Joseph Ferrick

Michael Joseph Ferrick, 80, of McKean, died Friday, July 13, 2018 at home. He was born in McKean on October 2, 1937, the son of the late Michael and Nellie Ferrick. He worked for Walmer Trucking Company for many years, before becoming a long time McKean Township Supervisor. After his (semi) retirement, he drove for […]

Gillespie Foundation Scholarships Awarded

Gillespie Foundation Scholarships Awarded

Gillespie Foundation Scholarships Awarded Edinboro, PA (July 10, 2018) – The H.G. Gillespie Foundation awarded twenty-five (25) $1,500 scholarships this year to General McLane School District alumni. The following students were selected: Mallory Smail (Penn State Behrend), Steven Shinn (Penn State Behrend), Bria Kelly (Washington and Lee University), Dylan Mitchell (Penn State Behrend), Emily Tworek […]

Karli Nicole Clister

Karli Nicole Clister

Karli Nicole Clister, 19, of Albion, passed away on Saturday, July 7, 2018. She was born in Latrobe, Pa on June 6, 1999, the daughter of Tawni I. Hoke step daughter of Patrick “Chappy” Chapman. Karli was the most kind and loving person you would ever meet. She was always there for others with her […]

Alma King

Alma King

Alma King, 92, passed away July 8, 2018. She was born in Brandonville, WV and lived in Akron, Ohio since 1951 with her beloved husband of 66 years, Clayton. She moved to Erie, PA to be near her daughter, Sherrie and her husband, David, in 2014. She was a member of Oak Hill United Presbyterian […]

Attention Seniors!

Attention Seniors!

What if you didn’t get your new Medicare card? Your new Medicare card should have arrived in the mail by now. If you didn’t get it, here’s what to do: Remember that your new Medicare card will come in a plain white envelope from the Department of Health and Human Services. If the card didn’t […]

A Push for Safer Schools Tops our Back-to-School List

A Push for Safer Schools Tops our Back-to-School List

By Sen. Michele Brooks “One size does not fit all.” That theme recurred whenever school officials and state lawmakers discussed the safety needs of our local schools. That is why I fought to ensure that flexibility was built into the $60-plus million dollars we successfully added for school safety to the new, no-tax-hike 2018-2019 state […]

Comfort for Kids

Comfort for Kids

As part of April’s Child Abuse Awareness Month, Pennsylvania’s Victims Advocate Office initiated a pajama drive to benefit children in foster care throughout the State. Rita Davis of Crawford County PennDot, led a local effort to collect 378 pairs of pajamas that were given to Crawford County Human Services to distribute to children in foster […]

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