PennDOT began work Monday on a "speed table" pedestrian crosswalk near Sara's Campground to make the area safer for runners, campers and bicyclists.
The start of the fall season means pumpkins, scarecrows, and lots of autumn fun for residents.
Local woman qualifies for world championship Warrior Dash race in California.
Zoo visitors learned about an endangered species during a day of celebration for the red panda.
Brides and grooms-to-be got a preview of the hottest and most in-demand looks for this year's wedding season.
Hundreds of volunteers hit the beaches at Presque Isle State Park to collect trash and other garbage as part of an international day of cleanup.
First year LECOM students receive their coveted white coat, a symbolic event that brings them one step closer to becoming healthcare professionals.
The Erie City Council approved plans for a new boutique hotel down on the bayfront across from Liberty Park.
A petition is spreading online to save nearly 120 jobs at the East 38th Street Post Office, which is set to close in April 2015.
After the state shut them down, the MLK Center at 312 Chestnut Street reopens with a weekend community gathering.
A recent indictment of NFL star Adrian Peterson is causing a firestorm of debate regarding the use of spanking on children.
One of the world's largest breed of dog will compete at the Clymer, NY resort for top national honors.
Pizza Pete's is celebrating one year in business today, and is using the day as the perfect opportunity to help raise funds for the March of Dimes.
After seven long months of public debate and forums, the North East Township supervisors have passed a zoning wind ordinance.
Jon Whaley, former assistant to Mayor Joe Sinnott, is launching a write-in campaign, just two weeks before election day.
Pennsylvania State Police discover the remains of a body, believed to be that of a missing Ft. LeBoeuf man.
More than 1,000 rock lovers take part in the seventh annual 2013 Rock Erie Music Awards at the BCC.
Alyssa O'Neill, 18, died just a week ago following an epileptic seizure, and now her family is sharing with the rest of the world her good spirit, and paying it forward.
North East community meets for final public hearing regarding wind turbines coming to the area.
First day of Tall Ships Festival impresses onlookers from Erie and beyond.
The highly anticipated festival kicks off in less than 24 hours, and more than a thousand volunteers are on board to make this a memorable experience.
A public hearing is just a week away, and already members of the community are weighing in.
In a special caucus meeting, Erie County council members meet with 911 Center officials to hear pros/cons of joining regional 911 network, as well as whether or not to fund $65,000 radio network study.
Dozens of bikers come together in Millcreek Twp to remember the lives of Elliot Tirpak and Dave Salvatore, bikers who died on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively, of last week.
Opens new headquarters in central location to serve the county and prepare for campaign.
Third annual day of giving is Tuesday; have you picked your nonprofit(s) of choice to donate to?
Thousands of troops overseas will be getting care packages from Erie thanks to some bikers with big hearts.
Hundreds of people take part in Erie's 15 events to celebrate National Night Out.
Erie County Executive continues to seek signatures for petition to get term-limit referendum placed on the ballot this fall.
A fire destroys three structures at Miracle Mountain Ranch in Spring Creek Twp.
Following the destructive early morning fire at Conneaut Lake Park, community reflects on the park, and wonder what's next.
Alarms sounded to help simulate a real scenario.
Erie police begin investigation after a driver crashes into a Papa John's restaurant on Erie's east side.
Emergency crews on the scene had to extricate the victim from the vehicle.
Amazon.com announces it will create 7,000 new jobs, signaling growth in the online marketplace, but local business owners say they don't feel threatened following the announcement.