Mon 13 Aug 2018 : The Columbus Dispatch
E. COLI RESTRICTS SWIMMING AT POPULAR LAKE ERIE BEACH
With its new playground and adjacent pavilions, Presque Isle State Park's Beach 11 is one of the region's most popular family-friendly summer spots. But this year, the Lake Erie beach has been plagued with swimming restrictions and advisories because of high E. coli bacteria counts, making it unsafe for swimming.
Sun 12 Aug 2018 : York Dispatch
BISHOP: SOME PRIESTS NAMED IN REPORT REMAIN IN MINISTRY
The bishop of Pittsburgh's Roman Catholic diocese said a few priests named in a soon-to-be-released grand jury report on clergy sex abuse are still in ministry because the diocese determined allegations against Bishop: Some priests named in report remain in ministry The bishop of Pittsburgh's Roman Catholic diocese said a few priests named in a soon-to-be-released grand jury report on clergy sex abuse are still in ministry because the diocese determined allegations against Check out this story on yorkdispatch.com: https://www.yorkdispatch.com/story/news/local/pennsylvania/2018/08/11/bishop-priests-named-report-remain-ministry/37447699/ The Most Rev.
Sat 11 Aug 2018 : WNED
FOR AMERICANS WHO RELY ON PUBLIC HOUSING, HUD PROPOSALS STRIKE FEAR
Clara Malave, 50, works in the hot and loud laundry room at one of the bayfront hotels in Erie, Pennsylvania, loading linens into massive industrial washers and dryers. At $8.80 an hour, it's grueling work.
Sat 11 Aug 2018 : Times Observer
MAKE-A-WISH SEEKING WARREN COUNTY VOLUNTEERS
"Make-A-Wish needs local residents to make it happen by volunteering their time and compassion to assist with fulfilling wishes." Make-A-Wish Greater Pennsylvania and West Virginia, with an office in Erie, is specifically making the call for new volunteers in Warren as well as Venango counties.
Sat 11 Aug 2018 : New Jersey Herald
ERIE'S MUSHROOM KINGDOM: EXOTIC MUSHROOMS ABOUND
This July 24, 2018, photo shows freshly-picked shiitake mushrooms, grown by Harry Leslie, are displayed at his Crawford County farm in Erie, Pa. Now, for many reasons - Americans' widening interest for food grown and produced locally, a focus on low-carb diets, and encouragement of farmers by the USDA to monetize their forests - exotic mushrooms are sprouting up in this neck of the woods.