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Good food and free toys drew hundreds to the 24th annual Christmas Meal for the Needy put on Sunday by the Key Club at Cathedral Preparatory School.
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Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America and the Northwest Pennsylvania chapter of the Public Relations Society of America have teamed up to bring national attention to the public relations profession in the Erie region.
Erie police are investigating reports of shots fired Sunday night near the site where an Erie man was shot to death a week earlier.
Now, a selection committee that evaluated four consulting firms interested in taking the lead role in completing the multimillion-dollar Destination Erie plan is ready to make its hiring recommendation to the project's steering committee.
Jennifer Desrochers wasn't prepared for what she saw Oct. 12 when she walked into her husband's room in the intensive care unit at Saint Vincent Hospital.
The bankrupt owners of the now-defunct Telatron Marketing Group Inc. want to sign a lease with one owner's son to help them pay their debts, including millions of dollars in unpaid taxes.
The sign advertising the former Carol's Candy Creations has small graffiti sprayed on it.
The Erie region will see mostly cloudy skies and a high temperature near 33 degrees today, according to the National Weather Service in Cleveland.
The Scott family made its name and lots of money skillfully leveraging the sprawl and franchising that have transformed communities across America.
TV 54.1, Erie's local PBS affiliate, will broadcast the Frontline biography profile, "The Long Walk of Nelson Mandela,'' Sunday at 1:30 p.m. The two-hour film will give an insider's account of the South African leader's will to lead and of the great risk and personal sacrifice he endured to achieve democracy and equality for his nation.
Oscar Dansk recorded 32 saves and his OHL-best fourth shutout of the season in the Erie Otters' 2-0 win tonight against the Ottawa 67's in front of 7,581 fans at Canadian Tire Centre.
Erie Water Works crews are repairing a water line break tonight on Station Road at the intersection with Nagle Road in Harborcreek Township, authorities said.
On Nov. 13, the Rotary Club of Erie celebrated its 100th anniversary of service to the Erie community and beyond.
Attending Erie's annual Downtown d'Lights event has become a holiday tradition for Wattsburg resident Sue Lang and her parents.
Sister Marlene Bertke, director of the Benedictines for Peace of Erie, would like to see Congress pass an immigration reform bill that paves a path toward U.S. citizenship for the nation's more than 11 million undocumented immigrants.
About 25 immigration reform advocates attended a half-hour vigil, "Justice for Immigrants,'' Friday afternoon at Second and State streets in downtown Erie.