A tradition continued today in downtown Erie with more than 100 people observing Good Friday.
It’s a tradition for people to give candy on Easter, and that tradition continues as Pulakos Chocolates owner Joe Hilbert says they've been busy leading up to this weekend.
Ruth Thompson Carroll from Rosebud Flower Shop says people don't buy flowers like they have in the past for this holiday.
Malcolm Cattau Sr., 56, faces charges including disorderly conduct, aggravated assault and simple assault.
A little boy who paid attention to a fireman's lesson about emergencies is recognized for his quick action.
Baby's death caused by blunt force trauma
A suspected thief ran from Erie Cemetary when police showed up.
The event will be held August 6th thru the 10th
Pennsylvania unemployment numbers continue to dip as the job market strengthens.
How can you get the most out of our Art of Aging page sponsored by the PA Lottery?
Crews were called in from six different fire departments to help battle the blaze.
Adam Morris was wounded back in 2007
Volunteers served nearly 200 people for the 33rd annual event.
Five full grown cats and twelve kittens were discovered in a home in Girard.
The Atlantic Huron is the massive ship that came into Erie today for some emergency rudder repairs.
City officials say they're going to create an authority to better position the city to receive the designation next time.
The CEO of Erie Water Works, Paul Vojtek talks about combining sewer and refuse so when a resident falls behind on sewer and garbage bill it would give the city the legal right to shut off water.
Firefighters are at the scene of a blaze in Waterford
In light of two tragic incidents involving guns leaving one man dead and a toddler critically injured safety experts are speaking out.
Cleanup of debris at a site in the city of Erie started today nearly three months after fire completely destroyed the unit.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Erie County still has some spring and Easter themed cookie jars available for purchase!
An improving economy has U.S. businesses expecting to significantly increase their sales and profits this year,
To advance our nation’s energy and climate goals, the United States must be a leader in innovating and deploying clean energy.
Shriners Hospital for Children and Shred X will team up one again.
Victoria L. Bernhardt, Ph.D., executive director of the Education for the Future Initiative, will deliver the keynote address at “Unleashing the Power of Data,”
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced the availability of approximately $66 million in Specialty Crop Block Grants to state departments of agriculture
Pennsylvania’s Agricultural Land Preservation Board today safeguarded 2,778 additional acres on 28 farms in 13 counties
Preserving the Stories of WWII Veterans
In an effort to provide taxpayers and the General Assembly with a firsthand look at the Office of Attorney General's efforts over the previous year, Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane today released a detailed "Year in Review" report for 2013.
Informational seminar scheduled for May 13, 2014 with federal departments and agencies open to all military, veterans, and their families
Complied, in all significant respects, with applicable state laws, contracts, grant requirements and administrative procedures,
The upper course will be opening for play on Friday April 18, 2014 at 10:00 am
The public is invited to share their feedback on transportation priorities and investments through a survey
State Rep. Ryan A. Bizzarro, D-Erie, announced that Erie County will receive $38,338 in funding
US Route 6 based business and organizations are encouraged to come learn about tourism
The House of Mercy neighborhood outreach ministry, located at 2005 Woodlawn Avenue, a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy will host its third annual Spring Tea
The Erie Playhouse Youtheatre closes out their 13-14 season with the delightful musical adaption, A Little Princess May 9-11, 16-18.
Nationally acclaimed expert forensic pathologist, attorney, and medical-legal consultant Dr. Cyril H. Wecht will headline a free community event
With tree pollination emerging, and after a winter of above-average snowfall, pollen and mold spores will trigger more allergies in Pennsylvanian this spring.
Interstate 79 northbound is limited to single lane traffic in Crawford County two miles south of Exit 147.
Keeping flavored milk in schools could make a difference
An 18 year old female was arrested on suspicion of DUI
Jacqueline A. Cook of New Cumberland will become the first chairperson of the newly constituted Board of Finance and Revenue
Be careful, Pennsylvania people. You can't afford to blow it this fall.
If you operate a small business or work for a local non profit there could be more ways to save money, by utilizing state resources.
An investigation into the cause of the crash is still underway
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.
Community members create alternative news outlet after newspaper ceases operation.
New truck will replace a 16-year-old pumper truck.
Paul Dahlkemper was a member of the Fire Department for more than 60 years.
Dave Vickey will return to Boston after last year's tragedy.
Fire and police officials educate people on sharing the roads safely with large pieces of farming equipment.
Man charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and possession of a hoax device.
Mercyhurst University's North East Campus raises money for March of Dimes.
Volunteer firefighter numbers across the country have significantly declined. Now a state senator is trying to get a bill through committee that will provide incentives for people to volunteer.
The President is expected to talk about jobs and manufacturing.
Police searching for two suspects.
Bret Michaels is set to play August 10th at Conneaut Lake Park.
Recycle your refrigerator and your air conditioner and save money
Keith Baker taken into custody around 11p.m. on Tuesday
April 15th has people around the area filing their taxes up to the final minutes.
Keith Baker, 49, is wanted for robbery, theft and receiving stolen property charges.
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 multi-million dollar athletic center is nearing completion, but the brutal weather put construction crews behind a little.
Doug Boldt has had a pair of Google Glass since June. But if he could go back, would he do it again?
Kelly Miller from the Erie Zoo tells us why it's important to adopt rabbits from a shelter.
24-year-old Alex Masi is charged with possession of a controlled substance and paraphernalia and possession with intent to deliver.
One athlete is excluded at event because of no chair lift.
Authorities are warning parents of illicit drug use at parties targeting teens.
What to do if you miss the deadline.
Marquette Bank on Liberty Street was robbed shortly after 12:30pm.
Survivors reflect on a tragic day that changed their lives.
The high Monday was 74 degrees... Today, temperatures are dropping into the 30s.....
Shell casings recovered at scenes of shootings
Investigators say a two-year-old boy was shot in the face with a pistol.
The Edinboro Borough Council has decided to approve the preliminary plan, but with some changes.
Demolition of a more than 130 year old home has members of Preservation Erie concerned but the owner of the building who is tearing it down says there's a bright future for the property.
A warm weekend in Erie has meant a busy weekend for Erie police, responding to many reports of shots fired..
The investigation into a deadly weekend shooting that took the life of a college student in a quiet Erie neighborhood continues.
Construction on a new roundabout is getting underway at intersection of Routes 97 and 19.
Developers and Veterans Administration representatives broke ground for a new VA clinic in Ashtabula today.
The Saint Vincent College community is mourning the loss of Abram Sorek, 23, a senior from Erie, Pa
Smoke and flames in a storage shed brought Kuhl Hose volunteers to the ten thousand block of Lake Pleasant road this morning.
If you're a Steely Dan fan you'll be happy to know they've added a stop in Erie this summer.
A public hearing on a plan to add houses and condominiums in Edinboro and Washington Township is set for tonight.
The deadline to turn in city of Erie police applications is tomorrow.
The deadline to file your taxes is tomorrow and if you haven't filed just yet, don't worry, there is still time for you to get them done on time.
The National Center for Victims of Crime announced they have joined together with Fort Hood April 9 to collect donations from the public on behalf of the victims and families of the mass shooting here on April 2.
Responding to legislative passage and the anticipated signing by Governor Corbett of House Bill 431
Movoto an online real estate brokerage published its rankings of the most affordable places in Pennsylvania.
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board will honor approximately 50 K-12 students who used their creativity and artistic talent to address underage drinking
A Russian attack aircraft repeatedly flew near the USS Donald Cook in international waters in the Black Sea
Forbes Hospital Update on Conditions of Patients from Franklin Regional High School
The Ohio Hospital Association is launching a statewide health initiative today –“Safe Sleep is Good 4 Baby” –to support Ohio’s infant mortality reduction efforts.
Days of Caring 2014 provides the perfect chance for the whole family to get out and give back in Erie County.
Come and be a part of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Erie County’s 2nd Annual Fabulous Golf Outing
U.S. Representative Mike Kelly (PA-03) will be reading a book to pre-school children in New Castle, PA, tomorrow morning,