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I asked Ann "Honey" Sheridan Kreider if we are related after we met at a funeral home and learned that we each had relatives related to Howard Allen, my great uncle.
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According to Erie police the Circle K on Glenwood Park Avenue was robbed around ten thirty Saturday night.
14 hrs ago | Erie Times News
The high temperature will be near 21 degrees and the low around 13. Winds will be from the northeast at around 14 mph.
Violence among African-American young men has reached epidemic proportions. It has become a national tragedy.
Erie County Emergency Management Director Dale Robinson suspects the number of oil trains passing through the Erie region is on the rise.
It might not officially be St. Patrick's Day yet, but the Gem City turned emerald green for a bit this afternoon.
Past and present law enforcement officers from across the Great Lakes region gathered in Erie, Saturday morning.
Many competitors came up with their own, original ideas.; sleds modeled after the bat mobile, a mudding truck and even a banana.
Mercyhurst Preparatory School graduate and professional artist Todd Scalise attended an assembly at the Erie school on March 14 to announce a school-wide mural project that will incorporate visual art ideas from students, staff, faculty and alumni.
Members of the Erie School Board answered one by one, each giving the same response Superintendent Jay Badams wanted to hear: no.
That's right: The two most treacherous months of icy, snowy weather the Erie region has experienced in recent memory haven't slowed activity one bit.
An Erie man accused of telling city police that another man joined him in committing two armed robberies, and then saying that he lied about the other man's involvement, faces a criminal charge for changing his story.
Two families were left homeless by an early morning fire that ripped through a duplex on Erie's east side Friday.
A court hearing was delayed Friday for an Erie man accused of assaulting another man at a bowling alley in February.
A woman accused of conspiring with her husband to steal products -- including trail cameras, baking cups, litter scoops and bath sponges -- from the loading dock of the trucking company where she worked has been sentenced to serve four years probation.
The Color Run, taking place in Downtown Erie on Saturday, August 9, is officially SOLD OUT.
An Erie man waived his preliminary hearing and a Cameron County woman pleaded guilty to lesser counts on charges related to a January bank robbery in Erie.