GROVE CITY – Within six months of graduation, 95 percent of Grove City College’s class of 2020 was employed, in graduate school or voluntarily serving others in uniform or the community, according to a first destination survey conducted by the college’s Office of Career Services.
It lifted a region, provided livelihoods to hundreds of thousands, forged secondary and tertiary commerce up and down and across western Pennsylvania.
GROVE CITY – For a while, at least, each of us remain in a state of “great expectation.” We are still in the throes of the beginning of a new year. What will it bring?
CLARION – Clarion University is accepting application for the free Upward Bound program. Upward Bound is funded by the U.S. Department of Education and is designed to encourage and support students.
MERCER – The Mercer High School Speech Team continued its online tournament competition, a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, on Feb. 6 by participating in Hampton High School’s annual winter forensic event. The four-round competition attracted 250 speakers and debaters from 22 schools represe…
EDINBORO – Edinboro University plans to open its campus in fall 2021, assuming the COVID-19 situation improves and health officials do not advise against it. University officials said some mitigation efforts are likely to linger, based on Erie County Department of Health and Pennsylvania Dep…
Ash Wednesday, Feb. 17, will mark the beginning of the first full season of Lent to take place during the pandemic. As such, the Office of Worship of the Diocese of Erie has announced new protocols that will be in place to ensure the day is observed safely.
HERMITAGE – State Rep. Mark Longietti questioned state officials Tuesday at a House Policy Committee hearing regarding why the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is not proceeding more efficiently.
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MERCER – The Mercer High School Speech Team, competing in only its second week of forensics due to delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, turned in an impressive overall performance Jan. 30 in the 1st Team Pittsburgh Winter Invitational. The one-day online event, hosted by the Pittsburgh Di…
AUSTIN, Texas — Southern cities slammed by winter storms that l eft millions without power for days have traded one crisis for another: Busted water pipes ruptured by record-low temperatures created shortages of clean drinking water, shut down the Memphis airport on Friday and left hospitals…
DALLAS — Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said his family vacation to Mexico was “obviously a mistake” as he returned stateside Thursday following an uproar over his disappearance during a deadly winter storm.
WASHINGTON — A day after former President Donald Trump won his second Senate impeachment trial, bipartisan support appeared to be growing for an independent Sept. 11-style commission into the deadly insurrection that took place at the U.S. Capitol.
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- Mercer County men indicted on federal drug and gun charges
- Domestic dispute leaves 2 injured
- Sharon Regional holds vaccine clinic
- Willing to serve
- Police news from Feb. 24, 2021
- Man accused of trying to lure child into his car
- Elections office leaving courthouse
- Therapy dog delights, excites and calms youngsters