An Erie man accused of shooting a man during an argument had his court hearing delayed after the victim failed to appear.
New estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau show most of the nation's largest cities surging in population growth.
A portion of Glenwood Park Avenue in Erie is scheduled to be closed beginning Tuesday due to construction on the Norman Way Bridge, according to a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation spokesman.
The state Superior Court has upheld the sentence of an Erie woman serving life in prison with no chance of parole for killing her father in a deliberately set fire in 2007.
A suspended northwestern Pennsylvania high school teacher has been acquitted on charges that he fondled a then-12-year-old boy during a Christmas visit which the teacher, and several defense witnesses, testified never occurred.
John D. Wilson II, 28, was officially appointed to the 173-member department during a ceremony at Erie City Hall this afternoon.
The move is made to improve "operations and to help mitigate congestion" on State Street, according to a release issued by EMTA this morning.
A Warren woman wanted since February on charges in some eastern Erie County burglaries awaits extradition back to Pennsylvania after she turned herself in to members of the U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force in Jamestown, N.Y., on Wednesday night.
Petty has established herself as one of the premier all-around track-and-field performers in District 10.
ERIE ALE HOUSE. 1033 State St. The house of ale has new happy hours: Monday-Friday, 5-7 p.m.; Saturday, 8 p.m.-midnight. Stop in for a perfect pour on special.
With the opening of the Bayfront Gallery, we're on the cusp of another glorious Erie summer.
Two months after severing ties with its CEO, the Lake Erie Regional Health System is making additional staffing changes, citing changes in the fiscal environment for health-care providers.
Police said an Erie man injured three people in a confrontation on the city's west side early Wednesday morning.
One was a Vietnam War veteran interested in politics, another a sports fan disappointed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and a third an 11-year-old girl at the shelter on her birthday.
Celebrate Memorial Day weekend at the Perry 200 Grand Parade, which starts at West 12th and Cherry streets and heads east and up State Street.
One signature Erie event signals summer's imminent arrival. No, not The Storing of the Snow Shovel in the Garage.
An Erie man is heading to trial on charges of robbing an eastside notary service owner at gunpoint in late March.