State legislator arranges a public hearing to discuss concerns about new project.
Lots of snow and cold mean an increase in business for some local businesses.
Board votes unanimously to close Spartansburg and Conelway elementary schools.
There are less than three weeks until spring begins, but based on a brutally cold winter and history, spring may be off to a late start.
Crews knock out fire at 1410 East Lake Rd; one firefighter suffers from minor eye injury.
Three groups come together for monthly celebration of different cultures and customs.
Austin Hawk, who was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, receives a new puppy as part of the big Make-A-Wish celebration at Edinboro University.
Council holds off on moving ordinances regarding Dahlkemper's new hires/salaries to second reading tonight, but will vote in two weeks.
Charles Black shares his son's story, and hopes the person behind this tragedy will claim responsibility and come forward.
Democrat John Hanger stops in Erie for a reception/meet and greet with voters.
In addition to black history, members of the Erie community also celebrate the city's diversity at a sold out event.
County executive Kathy Dahlkemper talks to members of county council about new hires and desired salaries.
The Jefferson Educational Society invites community members to hear from Scott Enterprises officials about a bayfront project.
City council does not get enough votes to override Mayor Sinnott's veto of two sunset provisions.
Gun activists and community members react to Erie's decision to not appeal state's ruling that struck down an ordinance banning guns in city parks.
KOH 7 a sold-out show, bringing in thousands for the Erie City Mission.
Democratic 48th district Pennsylvania state legislator Brandon Neuman visits Erie.
A truck gets stuck under an overpass at 14th and Liberty streets.
Although the Erie streets department is not facing any budget or personnel constraints, Mother Nature is throwing a wrench in the fixing of potholes.
Iroquois school district foundation hosts annual food event that brings the community together.
For the second year, UPMC Health Plan hosts an informative panel and vendor fair to raise awareness about skin cancer.
State police identify victim following a fatal crash on I-79.
Democrat Dan LaVallee visits Erie at meet & greet hosted by Erie City councilman Bob Merski.
In a three part series, Danielle Woods takes a look at charter schools.
County executive Kathy Dahlkemper is speaking out tonight on the future of Erie's bayfront.
MTSD board unanimously approves preliminary budget for 2014-2015 budget.
Denison University student David Hallman has been found dead after Granville, OH police and campus security searched for his body for hours.
U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) under the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has awarded $537,500 in grants to the Perry Hi-Way Hose Company for operations and safety.
Facing possible school closures, community members consider creating a charter school to meet education needs.
People, city departments hard at work to keep roads and sidewalks clean.
"Once On This Island," set to debut this weekend, features an all black cast who say being a part of this production is quite inspirational.
United will offer a direct flight starting June 5th from Erie International Airport to Chicago O'Hare International Airport.
The Star Athletic Club presents a check to the Erie Police Department during a special press conference this afternoon.
Aaron O'Toole will replace Linnea Lincoln, who stepped down as business manager within the district last month.
Even though no local teams made the big game, some local businesses are still benefiting from Super Bowl 48.
Jamie Scheloske and her three children are now without a place to call home following a fire earlier this week.
Police continue to question a male and female in connection to a robbery at Citizens Bank in Erie.
Erie county council hears from public about hotel bond guarantee proposal made by the Erie County Convention Center Authority.
Police continue to look for suspects in a deadly afternoon shooting.
The Erie County Sheriff's Department Scuba Team and the Erie Skin Divers Club host their annual seminar to help keep people safe on the ice.
The Erie County Convention Center Authority wants to build a hotel on the bayfront, and is seeking help from the county in doing so.
President Obama is cracking down on sexual assaults taking place on college campuses by creating a task force to protect students and local officials think it's about time this issue is receiving national attention.
Students and adults of all ages are heading to Washington, DC for the 41st annual March for Life.
A list of some of the events take place in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, January 20, 2014.
The Youth Leadership Institute of Erie hosts its third annual "A Day of Expression" for
Red Cross releases a new app targeted towards pet owners to help out with pet-related emergencies.
Pennsylvania residents weigh in on proposed oil and gas drilling regulations.
Two democratic senators introduced new legislation in Harrisburg with hopes of expanding CRIZ program.
Jay Breneman and Andre Horton attend first meeting since being sworn in.
Colorado-based Akesogenx acquires device invented by the late John Kanzius.
Erie school district superintendent Dr. Jay Badams nominated for seat on 21-member board by Governor Corbett.
Community members take part in a vigil highlighting the 155 men detained at the prison.
As the state attorney general continues to pursue civil charges against the board of trustees of Conneaut Lake Park.
State police have released the name of the man killed in a car crash Saturday night in Summit Township.
An Erie man accused of beating another man to death over a drug deal dispute has a degree of guilt hearing in county court Monday..
Peaceful vigil to be held outside Erie's federal building starting at 5pm.
Stars and Stripes Gymnastics Invitational wraps up on Sunday at the Bayfront Convention Center.
Former Dept of Homeland Security secretary Tom Ridge made a national television appearance this weekend, speaking about a book written by another bush cabinet member.
Hundreds of brides-to-be make their way to the Bayfront Convention Center for annual bridal expo.
Dozens of members from the community attend a MATV town hall meeting to discuss ways to reduce the violence in Erie.
Community and neighborhood watch leaders seek an end to violence and retaliation crimes.
One man dead after jumping out of a window at a downtown apartment building.
Following western NY I-90 closure, truckers remain stranded at rest stops and on the side of the road in Pennsylvania.
Polar vortex delivers record-breaking temperatures to Erie area.
On the anniversary of her son’s death, Mothers Against Teen Violence founder Sonya Arrington says she hopes the city’s most recent deadly shooting serves a “reality check” to the community.
The new year means time for those resolutions, including getting fit and into the gym.
Party-goers not giving up on NYE celebrations because of the cold and snowy weather.
Two cities have been awarded CRIZ designation to help with revitalization of their downtown areas, however, Erie did not make the cut.
Suzuki dealer Joe Askins opens the first Fiat dealership in Erie.
But for others, the day after Christmas also is the day to rush to stores to return unwanted gifts.
Paula and Bill Krawczyk, married for nearly three decades, have overcome various adversities over the past 12 years, and have a new outlook on life.
An afternoon fire in Warren County damages a building, but fortunately it is not a complete loss.
Four houses in Millcreek put together an extravagant light display for the community.
A scam is making its way through the commonwealth, targeting senior citizens.
Jeremy Byrd, 22, died in a car crash Saturday night in Crawford County.
Dozens attend vigil put together by Benedictine Sisters, Sisters of Saint Joseph, and Sisters of Mercy in memory of Stevenson Jordan, 37, and all other victims of gun violence.
Erie School District invites Boys and Girls Club of Erie to make its case for its proposed charter school.
People are buying Mega Millions tickets all across the area with hopes of snagging the 2nd largest jackpot in US history.
The snowiest city of the country has people busy with snow removal.
Santa rides into Meadville on a train to spread a little Christmas cheer.
Gannon University invites man's best friend to come by and help alleviate some stress related to finals week.
An early afternoon crash claims the life of one person, injures two others.
Money to be used to expand rail services for an Erie biomass terminal.
As cold, wintry weather hits the Erie area, the need for coats for children is great.
Jay Breneman and Andre Horton meet with constituents to discuss issues affecting them.
Erie is experiencing a stretch of below-freezing temperatures, which can be especially dangerous for the homeless population.
Council hosted its final budget review session in the Bagnoni Chambers Monday evening.
Marriage Equality for Pennsylvania hosts its first "Noodles for Equality" dinner, which was also a toy drive for children.
Community reflects on the life of political and civil rights leader, Nelson Mandela.
Crawford County police officers share some Christmas spirit with 30 kids in need.
The Fort LeBoeuf Museum in Waterford is opening for "Waterford Colonial Christmas" this weekend, and museum officials are hopeful the museum will stay open long after this weekend.
Public meeting allows concerned citizens to speak out about proposed consolidation plan.
Council has its second budget session, this time focusing on the public works department.
All Aboard Erie invites Greater Erie Industrial Development Corporation president and CEO, John Elliott, to discuss the progress being made in the $60 million project.
Shoppers make their way out to stores all through the area for "Black Thursday."
As a winter storm hits the area, some people are traveling earlier than anticipated for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Board approves treasurer's reports and announces upcoming sale of two unused properties.
The Greengarden Tavern hosts its annual Browns vs. Steelers fundraiser for the Second Harvest Food Bank.
In this week's edition of Made in AmERIca, David Belmondo takes a look at a 45 year old company that custom designs and builds modular homes.
Nearly 60 year old organization working on becoming competitive organization once again.