Here are area religion news briefs for the week starting Oct. 19
There will be no daily Mass, confessions or adoration on Tuesday at St. Mary of Grace Catholic Church, 1085 Water St. Weekend liturgies will be held as usual.
More information: Call 333-6161.
Poverty becomes norm for public students in South, West
A majority of students in public schools throughout the American South and West are low-income for the first time in at least four decades, according to a new study that details a demographic shift with broad implications for the country.
Update: Crawford County trick or treat list
Here is the most recent list of trick-or-treat dates and times as reported to the Tribune. If you are a municipal official and your location is not listed here, please call the information in to the Tribune at 724-6370.
15 ways to use leftover Halloween candy
Do Halloween festivities leave you with a surplus of candy each year? Repurpose all that sugary goodness with these Pinterest recipes, then share your creations family and friends.
The Crawford County Conservation District has a number of fun and educational events planned for November and December
The Crawford County Conservation District will offer several environmental education programs to the public at the Woodcock Creek Nature Center, 21724 German Road, Meadville, throughout November and December.
- 15 hot toys to help kick off your Christmas shopping Toys R Us has once again unveiled its annual "Hot Toys" list for holiday shoppers. Check out what it has dubbed the "Fabulous 15" and find more at toysrus.com/hottoys.
Manage your health with mobile apps
From managing asthma and measuring heart rates to scheduling lab work and ordering prescriptions, new smartphone apps and mobile devices aim to make taking care of one's health a bit easier.
Tuition isn’t only bill college students see
Despite all the grumbling about tuition increases and student loan costs, other college expenses also are going up.
Apps help college freshmen navigate finances, food
Apps can’t write papers or ace tests, but they will come in handy for college freshmen on and off campus. From managing money to staying organized, these apps will help students manage after you drop them off at the dorm.
Tips you can use — local expert walks you through packing healthy school lunch and making healthy snacks
Dare I say back to school? It’s August already, and in a few weeks, lunches will need to be packed again, and after-school snacks planned for. Keep it simple — pack a protein, a grain, a fruit and/or vegetable, and an occasional small treat. Encourage your child or teen to buy milk with lunch every day. Have fresh fruit, cheese and crackers, cereal with milk, nuts or a sandwich available for after school snacks. Involve your kids — you don’t have to do all the work. Even young children can begin to help pack lunches or get items ready the night before.
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- Here are area religion news briefs for the week starting Oct. 19