The first full day of the area's biggest biker rally is in full swing with the grand parade.
The Pontillo Family met at Roar on the Shore to celebrate the family's history
Roar has become a melting pot for bikers.
Police charged the man with Aggravated Assault.
Sources have revealed the name of the man injured in an agricultural accident Wednesday
PA Senator's Toomey and Casey Jr. square off, not in the Capitol Building, but on the diamond.
Victim was hanging out of second-story window when fire crews arrived
The cocktails and food event encouraged folks to dress in period clothing from the late 18th century, and enjoy historical demonstrations.
Scores of fans gathered tonight for the final concert that's put on by UPMC Hamot for six Wednesday nights, free of charge!
Erie City Council has passed a resolution to allow retired City Clerk, James Klemm to become a consultant for the council.
Roar on the Shore is underway for the eighth year right here in Erie.
One woman killed in house explosion in Ashtabula County
ABC in partnership with Youth Service America wants to help young folks make positive changes in the community
Former CIA agents were in town today to talk about national and global intelligence
A fish steps project will help fish get upstream.
Supporters of Conneaut Lake Park hope to stop the sheriff sale.
Courthouse plans $30 million expansion.
Gregory Ash, 51, is reported missing.
Country Fair and Walmart selling Roar on the Shore merchandise.
More than 100,000 people are predicted to take part in the event's festivities this year.
Sisters join Faith and Freedom Bayfront Ride, the first bike ride for this year's Roar on the Shore.
Police say a man took a gun from a nearby parked car and fired it at East 6th Street and Ash Street.
Northwest Savings Bank robbed this morning in Fairview.
The Tour De West County is coming back to Fairview this year.
Emergency crews rush into action after hearing of a person fallen in an auger grain silo in Waterford.
Happened on State Highway 86, just North of Meadville
First ride is at 4p.m. tonight
Witnesses say they heard 3 to 4 shots
North East Fire Department Cherry Festival begins.
They are Jaqwan and Maqwan Martin of Buffalo.
Popular emcee honored for his volunteer work by United Way.
As 120,000 bikers are expected to come to the area for this annual motorcycle rally, millions of dollars are expected to be pumped into the local economy.
Following a string of recent credit union robberies, local credit unions are letting people know that they're well trained and equipped to handle and deter criminal activity.
New changes mean you may need some extra change to pay for bus fare.
The list of events for the 2014 bike rally in Erie
All charges against Nathan Howard were bound over to court.
Tuesday morning, supervisors approved the transfer of a liquor license from Erie to Millcreek.
The big fundraiser benefits North East's fire department and helps to keep them up and running the entire year.
Millcreek senior citizens continued to try to save the Millcreek J.O.Y. Center this morning, but supervisors were stern, saying it will not happen.
Mayor Joe Sinnott commends the volunteer efforts of many people who worked this weekend to beautify the parks and neighborhoods throughout the city.
Scott Dimond learning his fate for robbing the Northwest Savings Bank and First National Bank in Summit Township.
Robbed two Summit Township banks
Happened near East 8th and Brandes Streets
Rosie, a 4-year-old paint, is healthy and has been chosen to participate in the Equine Comeback Challenge.
The Corry Fire Department was called to 232 West Frederick Street in Corry for a structure fire around 4 p.m.
With Harley Davidson of Erie's Bike Fest underway and Roar on the Shore just a few days away, thousands of bikers will be hitting the road in Erie.
The arrest was made Monday evening.
Officers will be on foot as well as bicycles so they can maneuver through the crowds.
As advocates make a push across the country to eliminate the check-box on applications requiring you to reveal a criminal record up front, locally, people are hoping for that to become a reality here.
Two long-standing employees depart from the Erie Playhouse, and two Erie natives take their spots.