The Bayfront Maritime Center hosted its first Gunboat Gathering Friday night to introduce the community to its new project, the 1813 Gunboat Schooner Porcupine.
A carbon monoxide leak closed a local daycare
Penn State Behrend students host American Cancer Society fundraiser
VFW post 740 held a soup cook-off.
The 4th annual event was held on Sunday
A former Cathedral Prep football player faces charges
Hurry Hill Maple Farm hosted the 12th annual taste and tour
The annual St.Patrick's Day Parade
Our Entrepreneur of the week is No Dress Code Studios
Rock salt is cleared from local store shelves
Iroquois school district is expected to send an experiment to space this summer.
On Monday evening, the Philadelphia Inquirer published an article Monday night, which cites a source close to discussions between the NCAA, Penn State, and state officials.
61-year-old Kenneth Ellis was formally arraigned Wednesday morning.
Cancer survivors and those who lost the battle to cancer were honored today at Gannon University.
Dozens of bikers gathered today at the Harley Davidson store on West 12th St.
Despite a little rain, hundreds of bicyclists took part in riding all around Erie today.
Hundreds walked for a cause today.
It was a free day of fun for the whole family today at Books Galore in Erie.
The two organizations are committing to a $25,000 sponsorship for the second annual fitness challenge.
A gun shot fired this afternoon hits a home in the East 21st and Wayne streets neighborhood.
The more than 15 year old boat is getting ready to begin its tours for the season. Tours are set to begin this week.
More than 1,000 took part in the March of Dimes biggest fundraiser of the year: the March for Babies.
Hundreds support annual relay for life event at MU.
The restaurant is helping support the fight against breast cancer with a fundraiser today.
More than 1500 people took part in the 13th Annual Autism Walk at Presque Isle State Park this morning.
The 25th annual Cat Nation Fanciers All-breed Cat Show is taking over the JMC Ice Arena for the weekend.
Community members get an inside look into the county prison and learn about the workings of the county at a directors fair and open house Saturday morning.
Erie County biking group partners with elected officials to host a rally at the Erie County Courthouse to wrap up child abuse prevention and sexual assault awareness month.
The public hearing tonight helped neighbors understand future of the Porreco Center.
Takes place at the Blasco Memorial Library
Board of trustees, county commissioners, and the PA Attorney General's office to meet
Supporters say summer jobs are needed for local youth.
Millcreek police, with the help of Erie police and community tips, have arrested Tyrael Jones, 24, in connection with Monday's robbery at Northwest Savings Bank.
More than 4,300 people attend Monday's playoff game.
People attend Saint Peter Cathedral for Easter Services.
Community members gathered for an Easter Sunday event focused on saving the Villa Chapel.
Hundreds spend the morning volunteering at Presque Isle for 58th annual cleanup.
Beach one at Presque Isle is home to a new pavilion, dedicated today by the Erie Runners Club.
Local organization donated more than 300 Easter baskets to community members.
With clear skies and mild temperatures, families made their way to the zoo for its annual egg hunt.
Local record stores were packed today for the 7th annual National Record Store Day.
As the death of 16 month old Nayla Hodnett has been ruled a homicide, Jamestown police continue the investigation, and community members react to the news.
Firefighters are at the scene of a blaze in Waterford
Improvements could be made to Erie’s Little Italy Neighborhood with the help of grant money. City plans to move forward with sewer, water and refuse bill combination.
April 15th has people around the area filing their taxes up to the final minutes.
PennDOT has begun work on a new roundabout at the intersection of routes 19 and 97, and some community members are very concerned about traffic in the area.
The Edinboro Borough Council has decided to approve the preliminary plan, but with some changes.
More than a hundred runners, some dressed in superhero costumes, participate in first annual "Be a Hero" run at Presque Isle.
The Barber National Institute hosts its seventh annual art show, which comes to a close tomorrow.
For those who cannot afford a dress - or a fancy suit - for prom, a local woman's organization is helping make prom plans become a reality.