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.
UPMC staff, physicians and board of directors gathered at the Ambassador hotel to recognize the hospital's achievements in the past year.
Mad Mex is putting a new spin on traditional Mexican food, and is bringing their recipe for success right here to Erie.
Supervisors voted unanimously to pass an ordinance Wednesday that would strictly regulate adult entertainment/businesses in Waterford.
Governor Corbett and Lt. Governor Jim Cawley are joined by Republican supporters for one last round of rallying support before the Nov. 4th elections.
Offensive and punting struggles put more pressure on defense to perform in Lions' second loss to Terapins since 1961.
After an incident injured three firefighters in June, tower 369 is back in service with a list of new upgrades.
Fire officials remind residents that as they set back their clocks for daylight savings time, to also check and, if necessary, change their smoke alarm batteries.
Congressman Kelly and Dan LaVallee took part in a spirited debate Thursday evening just days before the November mid-term elections.
Gov. Tom Corbett spoke to small business owners, residents and teachers about his plans for a second term, should he be elected November 4th.
At a vigil for homicide victim Tyshaun Thrower, residents, family members and friends urged the city's youth to find a new way to settle differences, saying the change must happen now.
Jerry Waidley and a close friend have spent months constructing Eerie Manor, a haunted house that takes over his own home during the Halloween season.
Caroline Reichel is a local historian and genealogist, sharing her passion for Erie's history during guided walking tours at the Erie Cemetery.
The Lady Lakers earned their third straight PIAA State Team Championship Saturday in Hershey.
20-year-old Tyshawn Thrower died Friday evening after suffering a gunshot wound to the chest in the 2300 block of Holland Street
"The Greatest Show on Earth" has come to Erie, and is encouraging children of all ages to discover and develop their inner superhuman powers and abilities!
Seven girls and 9 horses from the Erie County 4H are headed to Harrisburg to compete in the statewide 4H competition in a variety of classes.
Taelor Taylor, 21, has been missing since October 14th; his family organized a search party Tuesday, hanging posters and visiting places he frequents.
The seniors of the JOY Center say they are done wasting money, time and effort on fighting the Millcreek Township Supervisors over disputed center items.
With gas prices differing drastically between gas stations in Erie and Meadville, many drivers are asking how and why costs can be so different.
Rep. Ryan Bizzarro meets with volunteers, constituents and friends during community gathering at Johnny's Sports Bar.
Friends and family organized a spaghetti dinner to help raise money for Jane Dennington's steep medical bills.
The last day of the Horror Film Festival wraps up with awards and screenings of student films.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association holds their annual Muscle Walk to celebrate those living with the debilitating disease.
Student volunteers dispersed across the commonwealth for the 2014 annual THON fundraiser, collecting money from drivers to benefit pediatric cancer.
"All Aboard Erie" says having high-speed rail service for passengers would be a plus for economic development as well as a quicker way to travel.
Local Boy Scouts got a lesson in Amateur Radio operation on their way to a special new merit badge.