Safety of pedestrians, bikers a priority for PennDOT this spring.
Construction is beginning for the all new LECOM Dental Office right here in Erie, and officials said it will bring in new jobs, and stimulate the local economy.
Get a behind the scenes look at practice for the Catholic Charities Ball dance competition.
The Splash into Spring Lake Erie Cheer and Dance Championship welcomed more than 80 teams for the inaugural competition at the Erie Insurance Arena.
The university participated in a national series of educational programs focused on nanotechnology.
Hundreds attend the second annual event to support the Bradley H. Foulk Children's Advocacy Center of Erie County and to stand up against child abuse.
Families attend the eighth annual lunch with the Easter Bunny at the Lake Shore Fire Dept Social Hall.
Farmers from Erie, Crawford, and Warren counties meet in Edinboro to discuss agriculture in the region.
Royal Family KIDS hosted its 10th annual fundraiser to help bring summer camp to area foster kids.
As the Erie Otters beat the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 4-0, fans support the team at local establishments.
Millcreek, Fairview, and West County residents drop off tree trimmings, shrubbery, etc. at the Millfair Compost and Recycling Center.
PennDOT is working with local and state police departments to crack down on aggressive driving this spring.
After a long-lasting winter, Peek'n Peak ends a successful skiing and snowboarding season.
This season Erie has already accumulated more than 137 inches of snow to date.
An accident on Interstate 79 sent two people to the hospital and closed the highway for part of the morning.
Ashtabula County Sheriff's Department and the Coroner's Office are currently investigating a homicide in Austinburg, OH.
Hundreds of motorcyclists and biking enthusiasts gathered for the first annual Injured Motorcycle Riders Foundation.
The Justice for Titan group held another protest to remember a dog that was killed by a police officer earlier this month.
One man shot twice, but his injuries are non-life threatening.
The reviews are in, and all around people think Erie has been a good host for the NCAA Division II Elite Eight women's basketball tournament.
A morning accident along the Bayfront Connector left two cars wrecked, and sent three people to the hospital.
Collin Parks, 9, lives like a Hollywood star for the day, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Orphan Angels Cat Sanctuary on receiving end of funds raised from "haircut-a-thon."
The Mu Nu Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority hosted a summit to help build character, leadership, and more.
The Cub Scouts of OLP Pack 59 put their engineering skills to the test in a fun-filled derby.
A packed house meets for a pre-festival breakfast at the Avalon.
Families stopped by the ExpERIEnce Children's Museum today to learn about the different cultures of more than a half dozen Asian cultures.
Harborcreek Township School Director Curt Smith has decided to run for the 4th Legislative District seat in the Pennsylvania State Legislature.
Hundreds walk through the night to help in the fight against cancer.
With a public meeting just over a week away, DevelopErie hosted a meeting with public officials to address the rail terminal project.
County leaders organize first Drug Overdose Task Force meeting to address ways to combat a growing heroin problem in the community/state.
As part of annual tradition, students at Our Lady of Peace School perform the Stations of the Cross in observation of Lent.
Schools take a different approach in preparing students for statewide test.
Grandview Elementary students learn some valuable lessons through a puppet show early this afternoon.
Cheer Vibe is heading to Florida for the Summit National Championship in Disney World this May.
Battalion wants to shape young adults into strong citizens through naval-based exercises and classes.
Crowds of people attend annual popular maple festival.
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.