Hermitage House Breaks Ground On New Chapel

Hermitage House Breaks Ground On New Chapel

Chaplain Steve Crowl , Team KJ Rep Amy Mulligan, and Exec. Dir. Ray Overholt happily broke the ground on Oct. 7th for the new Hermitage House Chapel. The building is being erected under the direction of M.G. Contracting at their South Campus, with much of the preliminary work already complete. It is expected that interior […]

General McLane Students Recognized In “Join the Shift” Contest

General McLane Students Recognized In “Join the Shift” Contest

Edinboro, PA (November 21, 2017) — Four General McLane High School students were honored for their achievements in a safe teen driving contest, with one winning one of the top student prizes. Sponsored by Erie Insurance and facilitated through Hamilton Insurance Agency, Join the Shift is a safe teen driving program that uses fun, interactive […]

Santa’s Express Arrives December 2nd!

Santa’s Express Arrives December 2nd!

Boro Women & Family Services and the EUP Communication Journalism & Media Department invite you to attend this family-friendly event featuring snacks, crafts and story time. Santa’s Express will arrive at the Edinboro United Methodist Church, Saturday December 2nd from 9am to 11:30am Every child will go home with a free book as well! Pajamas […]

6th Annual Toy Drive Scheduled For December 3rd

6th Annual Toy Drive Scheduled For December 3rd

Glunt’s funeral home partners with Boro Women & Family Services to provide families in our community with some love and warmth for the holidays, and will do so again this year with their 6th Annual Toy Drive. The drive will take place Sunday Dec 3rd from 11am to 4pm at Glunt’s Funeral Home 210 Erie […]

Lancer Letter – iGen, Part 3

Lancer Letter – iGen, Part 3

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District The last two weeks, we have been taking a look at research on characteristics of this current generation, mostly from the work of Jean Twenge. We have learned that this generation which currently occupies our schools has seen a steep increase in suicide, depression and anxiety. “It’s not […]

Barbara Jean Miller

Barbara Jean Miller

Barbara Jean Miller, 70, of Edinboro, died Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 at St. Vincent Hospital. She was born in Gouverneur, NY on Sept. 24, 1947, daughter of the late Richard and Edna Mallette. Barbara worked at Meadville Medical Center for 22 years as a Sterilization Specialist making sure that all the instruments were ready for […]

Alice Elaine Parker

Alice Elaine Parker

Alice Elaine Parker, 70, of Edinboro, died Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at her home. She was born in Somerset, PA on April 5, 1947, the daughter of the late Fred and Pearl Ogline. Alice lived a well-traveled life, she loved to go hunting and fishing with her husband, and they together even cooked at a […]

Fall Fest Marketplace at Unity

Fall Fest Marketplace at Unity

November 19th 1p to 5pm Unity In Edinboro 130 Meadville St Edinboro Pa Free Admission Crafters, home businesses, John of God Crystal Healing Bed, Mediumship/Psychic Readings with Jenn Shepherd, lunch with Give a Crepe’, The Cookie Lady, Clothes, Jewelry, Shopping, Young Living, LuLaroe, Crystals, Posh, Homeopathy, plus auction donation and SO MUCH MORE! Stop by, […]

Remembering “Why” We Serve..

Remembering “Why” We Serve..

Submitted by Don Seeman, editor EdinboroOnline.com Sometimes I think the reason for today is somewhat lost in all the sales, special events, and free dinners at local establishments. Honor is not always what has been offered to those who have returned from doing what their country has asked. Veterans of my generation met with disrespect […]

Lancer Letter – iGen, Part 2

Lancer Letter – iGen, Part 2

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Last week we took a look at characteristics of the current generation occupying our schools (known as iGen). Much in that letter was based on the work of professor, researcher and author, Jean Twenge. We learned that involvement in typically “adult” behaviors has declined among this generation and […]

James Arthur Post

James Arthur Post

James Arthur Post, 76, of Fairview, died Monday, November 6, 2017 at Edinboro Manor. He was born in Erie on May 3, 1941, the son of Arthur Post and the late Luella (Woodard) Post. He was the owner of Fitting Lumber Company in Erie for many years. He attended Strong Vincent High School, then Gannon […]

11th Annual Holiday Arts Fair Approaching

11th Annual Holiday Arts Fair Approaching

EDINBORO, PA (November 6, 2017) – The General McLane Foundation’s 11th Annual Holiday Arts Fair is quickly approaching. This year’s event will be held Saturday, November 18, at General McLane High School. Nearly 100 vendors will be in attendance. This year’s crafts include: hand-carved santas, glass sculptures, wood working signs and décor, purses, jewelry, puzzles, […]

Dorothy Elizabeth (Swift) Woods

Dorothy Elizabeth (Swift) Woods

Dorothy Elizabeth (Swift) Woods, 92, of Edinboro, died Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017 at her home. She was born in Edinboro on August 31, 1925, the daughter of the late Herald and Florence Swift. Dorothy worked with her late husband, Keith, on the family farm and raised her children in Edinboro. She fed many people through […]

Lancer Letter – iGen, Part 1

Lancer Letter – iGen, Part 1

Submitted by Richard Scaletta, GM School District Kids today are really different. I know every generation says this of the next. But, fellow boomers, Gen Xers and millennials, you’ve gotta believe me when I say these kids are REALLY different. Well, actually, you don’t have to believe me. Much of the statistics I cite in […]

Robert J. Delaney

Robert J. Delaney

Robert J. Delaney, 69, of, Erie, died November 1, 2017 at UPMC Hamot. He was born in Pottsville, Pennsylvania on December 6, 1947, the son of the late William and Claire Delaney. Robert proudly served his country for thirty years in the U.S. Air Force, attaining the rank of Chief Master Sergeant. As a munitions […]

Philip James Remek

Philip James Remek

Philip James Remek, 50, of Hillside, New Jersey, formerly of Edinboro, died at home on October 29, 2017. He was was born in Erie on February 13, 1967, the son of Mildred (McLaughlin) Remek and the late Anthony “Tony” Remek. Philip graduated Salutatorian from Northwestern High School in Albion. He went on to study Law […]