August 30, 2019

Water department unveils Source Water Protection Plan

By Kim Lux Editor For more than two years, the North East Borough Water Department has been working with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection to […]
August 23, 2019

Over $150,000 raised for NE nonprofits during record-breaking Erie Gives 2019

By Kim Lux Editor More than 8,000 people came together to donate $5,539,752 during the ninth-annual Erie Gives event held on Aug. 13. This year’s 12 […]
August 23, 2019

Pop-up recycling event brings in ‘tons’ of glass, success

By Kim Lux Editor About 2,680 pounds of recycled food- and beverage-grade glass were brought to the pop-up glass collection event held at the North East […]
August 23, 2019

Hundreds of students benefit from 12th annual Adopt a Student drive

By Kim Lux  Editor Thanks to dozens of volunteers and donations from many local businesses, 150 North East School District students are now ready to head […]
August 16, 2019

Bayfront Glass to hold pop-up glass collection event Saturday

By Kim Lux Editor North East Township ended its glass recycling collection in October 2018 as part of recycling changes set forth by The Erie County […]
August 16, 2019

New superintendent excited for first year at NESD

By Kim Lux Editor Local students and their families are gearing up for the school year and Dr. Michele Hartzell, the new superintendent with the North […]
August 16, 2019

NE Food Pantry to remain open despite partnership with Second Harvest ending

By Kim Lux  Editor The North East Community Food Pantry, 30 Bothel St., will remain fully operational even after a partnership between the food pantry and […]
August 16, 2019

NENJ’s website gets fresh new look

By Kim Lux Editor The NENJ’s website was previously found on the Corry Journal’s webpage, www.thecorryjournal.com, but due to steady growth, Sample News Group decided to […]
August 9, 2019

NE’s outpouring of support for philharmonic may signal return

By Kim Lux Editor The Erie Philharmonic’s Summer Concert Series wrapped up on Wednesday, July 31, when hundreds of people filled Gibson Park for the last […]
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