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About Erie County Most Wanted: The Erie Times-News each Thursday publishes information about suspects sought by the Erie County Sheriff's Office.
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LeBoeuf Township residents fed up with dirt roads that they compare to the Oregon Trail hope to hear township plans to improve the roads Thursday.
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State Rep. Curt Sonney, of Harborcreek, R-4th Dist., will host a concealed carry permit seminar on Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Fairfield Hose Co., 4896 East Lake Road.
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The United Way of Erie County's initiative held a special fundraiser the past month to boost its highly successful Dolly Parton Imagination Library.
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A Waterford man remains in jail this morning on charges of driving away from a traffic stop with a Pennsylvania State Police trooper still attached to his vehicle.
The number of homeless people, including children living in homeless families, are down sharply across Erie County, according to data released Tuesday by the county's Department of Human Services.
The Erie County District Attorney's Office today presented evidence that the bullet that killed a 27-year-old Summit Township man in August entered his upper left chest and exited his back in nearly a straight line.
Erie's Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy has been ranked the second-best public high school in the state by U.S. News & World Report.
Howard, of Franklin Township, is a 4-H livestock club leader currently tagging animals that club members are raising to show at this summer's agricultural fairs.
An Erie man was arraigned this morning on charges in an eastside gas station robbery on Monday night and is being questioned as officers continue their search for his accomplice.
Erie County Council tonight is expected to sign off on a resolution supporting Edinboro University of Pennsylvania's planned community college alternative.
State police charge that a Fairview Township man traveled four blocks from his home before pulling two guns and opening fire on the front door of an occupied house, narrowly missing three people inside Sunday night.
Aaliyah S. Carr, 25, who was wanted for failure to appear for a plea on possession with intent to deliver, was apprehended in Erie on Thursday, deputies said today.
Grasping the nuances of Erie County government -- a $300 million-plus, multilayered operation -- has been hard work for County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper.