The final class of graduates walked the stage Thursday before the closure of the Erie Business Center December 31.
Erie City Council officially voted to approve the Mayor's 2015 budget, raising taxes for city residents for the first time in three years.
Local Cinemark theater decides to not screen latest comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.
Dozens of students rally Thursday on campus to draw attention to what they call a broken system, in light of recent controversial deaths at the hands of police.
Jon Arrigo let his 3-year-old daughter paint his toenails, instantly sparking a firestorm of online controversy.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration once again allows the public to nominate significant bodies of water for national distinction.
An application for the Spartansburg Community Charter School was missing crucial points mandated by the state.
24-year-old Jaree Warren was gunned down early Saturday morning near the intersection of West 18th and Raspberry Streets.
On the heels of racially-charged protests nationwide, a new local organization has plans to help promote diversity awareness in the Erie community.
Jennifer Cameron was inspired to make chemo bags of comfort after her husband was diagnosed with renal cancer.
Millcreek School Board members voted Tuesday to approve a resolution that would allow a higher tax rate than what the state allows.
Erie identical twins, Marjorie Tillman and Mary Claffey, die just hours apart after more than 90 years of life.
A few local hunters share a theme of family and tradition, as they prep for opening day of the 2014 rifle deer season.
A new law goes into affect Saturday allowing for family and friends of addicts to obtain a Narcan prescription.
More than 50 vendors have brought their handmade holiday crafts to the Warner Theater for the biggest holiday arts and crafts show around!
December 1st marks the first official day of rifle hunting in Pennsylvania.
Shoppers turn out to their local mom-and-pop shops to support their community.
Shoppers from Erie, and even Canada, line up for the hottest items this year.
Cambridge Springs teen shares his story about beating the odds
Friends and family gather to celebrate out on the town the night before sitting down for their annual Thanksgiving dinner.
Airport in Franklin to restore air service to Pittsburgh before end of the year.
Juanita Stokes shares her success story thanks to help from Dress for Success
Breaking down the numbers for travelers along the road to grandma's house this Thanksgiving season.
Officer who shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO will not face charges.
Linda Wingeter beats cancer and takes the stage once again
Jim Shoemaker and Dennis Arndt received a citation from the state for saving Patricia Schnell from her burning mobile home October 2.
The story of Linda Wingeter, a woman who is able to take back the stage and live out her dream.
Final preparations are being made at the Clymer, New York resort as opening day nears.
Hundreds of supporters showed up to support Mark Frick after a deadly motorcycle accident in June of this year.
Fast-moving fire rips through abandoned home on Buffalo Road Sunday afternoon.
Many stores are squeezing consumers' wallets for all they can get this holiday shopping season.
Another blast of winter weather has drivers taking extra precaution out on area roads.
President Gamble announces administrative cutbacks to ensure the future of Mercyhurst University amid economic woes.
Mayor Sinnott unveiled his office's proposed budget for year 2015 Wednesday evening at city hall.
Interstate 90 is shut down after multiple feet of snow falls in New York's southern tier.
The pros give insight into the healthiest foods you should turn to when trying to shed a few pounds.
This series focuses on losing weight at home for the Mom-on-the-go who may otherwise be overwhelmed by complicated, expensive and ineffective diet plans.
A holiday shopping tradition brings together more than 150 artisans at the Bayfront Convention Center.
Saint Nick spreading holiday cheer early.
Hundreds of volunteers braved the winter weather to raise thousands of dollars in money and food for needy families in the North East community.
Local store puts on statewide competition, crowning two yoyo-ers as the top dogs in the game.
Restaurant chain helps those less fortunate in the Erie community by asking for clothing, cash and food donations.
Erie firemen respond to an afternoon fire at Glenwood Park Avenue apartments.
Protesters rallied in front of the East 38th Street mail sorting facility to garner support in hopes of keeping the location open.
Erie's first winter storm of the season dumps more than a foot of snow, snarls traffic and causes major delays across the region.
Waterford residents voiced their concern about PennDOT's preferred plan of installing another roundabout in the township.
First Lady Laura Bush and First Lady of PA Michele Ridge talk challenges women face in government.
Phase two includes a lot of renovations for various district buildings, and has a special proposal to flip-flop the location of a parking lot and soccer field by Caughey Road.
Sister Joan Chittister is a worldwide religious leader, fighting for peace and equality across all cultures.
Rachel Borsa is a student in Purdue University's aviation program and says she knew she wanted to fly since the age of three.