For this weeks Made in America we traveled to Horn Textile in Titusville which does business as The Ribbon Factory,
The business has been in business more than 100 years
Governor Tom Corbett and First Lady Susan Corbetts remarks at Brig Niagara funding announcement.
Scott Enterprises unveils it's latest effort to make Peek' N Peak a four season resort, an obstacle course for all ages...
Erie business makes concrete furniture
Corry Rubber Corporation
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.
Nick Scott Jr. Talks about changes coming to Peek' N Peak
Port Erie Plastics is one of the regions largest and strongest molders.
It's hard to believe that a beautiful piece of pottery like the ones made at Campbell Pottery, start with powder, the finest powder from mines across the Unites States.
Friends of Keith McGhee reflect on Keith, what kind of friend he was and how his passing has affected them.
Darrell Chapman, the assistant county maintenance manager of PennDOT in Erie, discusses snow removal techniques.
Francesca DiSanti, inventor of Pennello Brush, said: "It's got the flexibility of a comb, but the performance of a brush."
All products generally have to have some type of finish, and that's where Advanced Finishing U.S.A. excels.
District Attorney Jack Daneri says Erie police had the right to defend themselves after Dionne Jordan reached for a gun and attempted to shoot police.
We headed to Precise Plastics in Fairview where geometric windows are made.
An Erie woman wanted a lid to pour her salad dressing from, after all pouring from a mason jar was sloppy and dressing got all over.
Meadville City manager Joe Chriest discusses options for dealing with blighted properties
The properties are scattered throughout the city and include houses that are in extreme disrepair or boarded up.
Dr. Michael Federici of Mercyhurst University talks about budget crisis and what it could mean if the United States were to default.
When a company has been in business for 100 years, it's doing something right. That's the story behind The Warren Company, a service oriented company that knows the importance of keeping it made in America
The archive and collection of Governor Tom and Michele Ridge has been entrusted to Mercyhurst University.
Made in AmERIca: Plastikos
Tom Hagen, Chairman of the board of Erie Insurance Group, talks about the purchase of downtown properties by the group, what they've done so far and what they may do in the future.
Lorin Lacy, a benefits expert, talked to local business owners about what they need to know in order to be in compliance with Obamacare.
Mathew Wagner gives his view as to why Pennsylvania should become a Right to Work state.
Karen Seggi talks about the proposed budget cuts before Congress and how devastating these will be to food pantries in Northwestern Pennsylvania.
Advanced Custom Chrome: taking old classic car bumpers and parts and conditioning them into showroom quality.
Doctor Garvey talks about how gratifying it was to watch the pride in Erie, during the Perry 200 Commemoration and the feeling of pride in town.
Web Extra: Doug Kranz, the 1st mate on the schooner Hindu talks about the Tall Ships event and the wonderful welcome he and his shipmates received here in Erie.
Scott Duke talked about GE announcing today lay-offs in compliance with the federal WARN Act.
Dr. Belovarac talks about the history behind the creation of the "Don't Give Up The Ship" flag.
Randy Bowers shares what the promotion to police chief means to him and the long legacy of his family serving the Erie community.
Watch last nights fireworks at Celebrate Erie.
In the wake of the shooting tragedy in Monroe County, Pa., Millcreek Police Chief Tom Carlotti talks about the steps they take to ensure the safety of citizens and officials alike.
Jerry Uht Park was filled with men and women wearing pink t-shirts and pink and white jerseys to help find a cure for breast cancer.
"We've had to go to the fund balance to balance the budget but my commitment is we won't have to do that in the future and that we need to take steps to responsible balance budget."
Health officials have had trouble pinpointing where it originated, but it's believed you can get cyclospora from either eating or drinking something with feces on it.
Sports Medicine Doctor Jeffrey Kim with Saint Vincent Hospital says each case is different, but signs to watch for include nausea, trouble concentrating or change in mood after a hard hit.
Patty Pauline, a coordinator of safe kids, talks about teaching your kids how to swim at an early age.
Water ski training for physically challenged kids builds character and confidence.
Lt. of the Fuller Hose Co. #1 talked about Trimble's dedication to department.
Tammy Polanski talks about the numerous Roar on the Shore events.
A 68-year-old woman is dead and three
Today, PennDOT and
Drivers are encouraged to pay extra attention to their surroundings this week
It's shaping up to be a busy week of heavy motorcycle traffic in our area with the Harley-Davidson BikeFest and Roar on the Shore
Every penny raised goes to help those floppy eared Bassets
The event is put on by the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church as their main fundraiser for the year.
Inside look at the Arts on the Move Festival