Nov 1, 2012
Erie Times News
W. Pa. duo uses solar, recycling to live off grid
How great would it be to have all the conveniences of modern life without most of the bills -- or worries about power outages? It may sound too good to be true, but that's life for Ted and Kathy Carns of Ligonier Township, who have managed to build a 21st century success story of zero waste, astonishing inventiveness and self-reliant living.
The Daily American
Expert: Conditions in place for brilliant fall foliage
The weather was dry early on, but enough rain fell later in the season. As long as rain doesn't come with high winds that would knock leaves off the trees, the colors will continue to improve.
The Medina Gazette
Earl J. Iscrupe
Earl J. Iscrupe, age 75, of Brunswick, passed away peacefully, with his family by his side, Wednesday, September 12, 2012.
Ligonier woman sues driver, trucking firm
A Ligonier woman who was seriously injured in 2011 when her car was struck by a coal truck on Route 711 has filed a civil lawsuit against the driver and a Laughlintown trucking company.
'Making Air Waves,' debut program at Lincoln Highway Museum
"Making Air Waves," a premiere history program, will be held 2 p.m. Sunday at the new Lincoln Highway Experience Museum, 3435 Route 30 East in Unity, showcasing vintage radios and radio stations.