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We have three-plus weeks before summer is officially over, but by the time Labor Day weekend fades away Monday, most of us will acknowledge, reluctantly, that seasons have changed.
The vehicular homicide case against a Millcreek Township man will proceed after an Erie County judge refused to throw out the evidence against the accused driver, Ronald D. Hall Jr. Hall, 44, claimed that state police failed to give him his Miranda rights warning and improperly questioned him the night of the crash that claimed the life of ... (more)
We now know the name of the victim in yesterdays fatal motorcycle accident The Erie County Coroners Office has identified him as 53 year old David Johnson of Timber Ridge Drive in Millcreek Township.
About Erie County Most Wanted: The Erie Times-News each Thursday publishes information about suspects sought by the Erie County Sheriff's Office.
A Millcreek Township man was killed this afternoon when his motorcycle collided with a Modern Industries tractor-trailer at the intersection of West 12th and Cherry streets, authorities said.
About 4,400 customers in Millcreek and Summit townships lost electric service after a tractor-trailer hit a utility wire and brought down a utility pole near the Humane Society of Northwestern Pennsylvania, 2407 Zimmerly Road, at 11:25 a.m., Penelec spokesman Bill Jerin said.
'There is not a man of us who does not at times need a helping hand to be stretched out to him, and then shame upon him who will not stretch out the helping hand to his brother."
Erie police arrested Eric Bruno a year ago after they said he caused an uproar in the police station lobby by pitching chairs and throwing a pen that struck a female office worker.
The Wattsburg-Erie County Fair opens at 4 p.m. and runs through Saturday at the Wattsburg-Erie County Fairgrounds in Wattsburg.
Erie County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper's administration has pitched a new $60,000-a-year job to manage the purchasing of county equipment and services.
In August 1914, "the Great War'' was just beginning to engulf Europe, triggered by the June 28, 1914, assassination of Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
A bank loan, not a long-term capital improvement bond, might finance the new Courtyard by Marriott and parking garage planned for the Bayfront Convention Center property.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 12:54 am
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