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18 min ago | Erie Times News
Women got the right to vote 94 years ago, yet thousands of women in Erie County aren't registered to vote.
4 hrs ago | WICU12 Erie
An Erie, PA man is charged with murder outside of a Toledo, Ohio strip club early Thursday morning.
8 hrs ago | Erie Times News
A man wanted by the Erie County Sheriff's Office for failure to appear for trial on terroristic threats charges is in custody.
12 hrs ago | Erie Times News
The victim -- a man -- was shot once in the buttocks and taken by private vehicle to UPMC Hamot, police said.
12 hrs ago | Erie Times News
Work continues on a memorial in Erie to honor victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Students, parents and residents from Brevillier Village Housing Health Care Community gathered at the school, 5325 East Lake Road, in Harborcreek Township to celebrate the school's yearlong $6 million renovation during a two-hour meet and greet.
More than 40 community leaders helped raise more than $5,200 shortly after 6 p.m. at Splash Lagoon Indoor Water Park, when the park's 1,000-gallon bucket was used to dump cold water on their heads.
The 17-year-old Erie resident saved enough money from her job at Gannon University to be able to buy clothes for the winter, when she plans to start taking classes at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's Porreco College in Millcreek Township.
The high temperature will be near 78 degrees. There is a 30 percent chance of rain showers and thunderstorms today and a 40 percent chance overnight, when the low will be around 67. Friday will be mostly cloudy, with a high near 80 and a low around 67. There is a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Paintings, drawings and mixed media entries for the Millcreek Art Show will be accepted at Asbury Barn Aug. 30-31.
Even in today's disposable age, some things are built to last: Matchbox cars, the Rolling Stones and the Wattsburg-Erie County Fair.
With a list of more than 40 gardens in hand, adventurers taking part in the Garden Tour Erie 2014 had to figure out their priorities on the afternoon of July 13. Should they make a beeline to clusters of gardens on Erie's near west side, including several in historic Garden Court? Should they concentrate on the gardens in southwest Erie? Should ... (more)
Bigger. Bolder. Bawdier. Writer and director David Durst promises that "Canterbury Cavaliers," the 2014 edition of A Canterbury Feast at the Station Dinner Theatre, will be all of the above.
We were delighted with their variety. A hip-hopper from Westlake Middle School garnered the most votes, followed by a mesmerizing hula-hoop expert and an impressive couple from the local swing-dance scene.
On his website, veteran Erie rocker Aaron Forsyth jokes about having "musical OCD in full effect" because he's already 10 songs into his next album.
A prayer vigil honoring homicide victim Mary E. Page is scheduled for Tuesday at 5:15 p.m. at 2716 Liberty St. The Take Back the Site vigil, which reclaims a homicide site for nonviolence, is organized by the Sisters of Mercy, Sisters of St. Joseph and the Benedictine Sisters of Erie.
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Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 01:11 pm
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