Local news for Erie, PA continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
Do you support a federal assault weapons ban?
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.
Perry 200 Commemoration Commission officials plan to unveil a Perry 200 souvenir book Tuesday at a noon luncheon at the Sheraton Erie Bayfront Hotel.
State Sen. Sean Wiley of Erie, D-49th Dist., has announced more than $600,000 in state Community Conservation Partnerships Program grants for local parks/recreation projects.
Scott Enterprises' proposed $150 million Harbor Place waterfront development can coexist with, and even complement, the Erie County Convention Center's plan to add a second hotel near the Bayfront Convention Center.
Neighborhood revitalization has been a goal of Erie's anti-violence initiative since the Erie County District Attorney's Office and the U.S. Attorney's Office helped launch the ambitious project in 2011.
A winter weather advisory for Erie and Crawford counties expires at 10 p.m. In addition to snow that may have fallen overnight, one inch to 4 inches of snow could fall through tonight.
Erie police accused a man of trying to get his insurance company to pay for damage to his car in an August shooting by filing a bogus claim in October.
An Erie man accused of inflicting serious injuries on an infant in his care in early November is heading to trial after waiving his preliminary hearing on Thursday.
This photo shows a snowy owl at the Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, in Galloway Township, N.J., on Wednesday Dec. 4, 2013.
The Erie County Bullying Prevention Coalition includes Coalition Pathways, a nonprofit working to prevent and reduce teen drug use; Safe Kids Erie, an organization that works to prevent accidental childhood injury; the Erie School District, state Sen. Sean Wiley, and Michelee Curtze of the Olweus anti-bullying program.
The Erie County Salvation Army is looking to soon secure more than $300,000 in funding for a homeless shelter for children to open in the city by August.
An Erie man faces trial on a charge of possessing a large amount of marijuana that authorities in Idaho found in a vehicle in late October.
A court hearing for a woman accused of raping a man at a hospital in July was postponed this morning because of the victim's absence.
The Erie Bureau of Fire and other agencies are continuing their investigation today into what's believed to be a diesel fuel spill that was discovered in Lake Erie on Wednesday afternoon.
But even so, he's making time to visit with all of the girls and boys throughout the Erie region.