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Historically bad smell dissipates at Erie business

If cooperation had a scent, it would smell like what has been going on at a trash-hauling business at East 17th and Wallace streets.

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Sun Jul 13, 2014

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Roadwork slated across Erie County

Fifteen road maintenance projects are to take place across Erie County this week, according to Pennsylvania Department of Transportation officials.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

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Luzerne County case similar in some ways to charges against Domitrovich

No allegations of criminal behavior triggered the complaint as they did, for example, in all of the judicial ethics cases filed in 2013 -- most of which centered on Philadelphia judges who faced indictments in a ticket-fixing scandal.

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Related Topix: Luzerne County, PA, Philadelphia, PA, Family, Kids

Fri Jul 11, 2014

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Our View: LGBT letter veers off county exec's course

Mixed signals: Erie County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper supports the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

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Related Topix: Gay/Lesbian, Transgender, Erie, PA

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Erie police seek answers in city's latest homicide

Erie police officers on patrol heard four to six gunshots in the area of East 10th and Parade streets at 12:55 a.m. Friday.

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Shooter pleads guilty in slaying at former East Erie Turners

An Erie man accused of fatally shooting another man and injuring three others during a party at the former East Erie Turners building sidestepped a trial and pleaded guilty today in Erie County Court to third-degree murder and aggravated assault.

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Dahlkemper apologizes, asks that name be removed from Obama letter

Erie County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper has asked that her signature be removed from a letter sent to President Barack Obama last week that requested a religious exemption from his planned executive order banning federal contractors from discriminating against gays and lesbians in terms of hiring.

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Related Topix: Representative Kathleen "Kathy" Dahlkemper, US Politics, US News, US House of Representatives, Democrat, Barack Obama, Gay/Lesbian, Transgender

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In Brief: Erie man accused of having inappropriate contact with boys

Erie police accused a city man of having inappropriate contact with two young boys at an eastside park on Wednesday night.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

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Camp teaches gardening to Erie girls

Nine pairs of young female hands poured soil into plastic containers, then added basil, parsley and cilantro plants that will be used to make pesto.

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Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, Erie, PA, Emmaus, PA

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Case against Erie County Judge Domitrovich called 'subjective'

The state Judicial Conduct Board is targeting Erie County Judge Stephanie Domitrovich because of her personality, her lawyer, Leonard Ambrose, said.

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Windstream Users Without 911 Service

Approximately 1,235 Windstream customers in West Springfield Township are without land line 911 service today after an aerial cable suffers a fiber cut.

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Most Wanted

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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In Brief: Authorities probe Lake Erie drowning

A Bethel Park woman trying to help her son struggling in the water drowned Wednesday afternoon in Lake Erie off Shore Haven Beach along Shore Drive, just west of Barcelona Beach, authorities said.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

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Design Review Committee next for Harbor Place project

The city of Erie's Design Review Committee is the next step for Scott Enterprises' proposed multimillion-dollar Harbor Place project on the east bayfront.

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Senate Passes Legislation To Help Spur Development In Erie

Legislation that would help spark development along Erie's bayfront, by providing developers with tax breaks, is one step closer to reality.

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Related Topix: Pennsylvania, Warren County, PA, Girard, PA

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Millcreek man pleads guilty to charges in February arson

A Millcreek Township man pleaded guilty this afternoon to arson and recklessly endangering charges in a Feb. 14 fire that heavily damaged a house.

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Teen to plead guilty in shooting near Strong Vincent

The Erie teenager accused of shooting another teen near Strong Vincent High School in April 2013 is scheduled to plead guilty in the case on July 31. The District Attorney's Office and the defense today set the plea hearing for the defendant, Jakwaris Robison, who was 16 at the time of the shooting.

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Erie man pleads to 3 charges in Peach Street crash that injured worker

An Erie man faces up to 17 years in prison after he pleaded guilty this morning to three charges in an Aug. 7 traffic accident on Peach Street in Erie that seriously injured a construction worker.

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Springirth writes report on failed Harborcreek intermodal project

A local railroad historian and rail transit author has published his take on the shuttered intermodal rail terminal project that had been planned for Harborcreek Township.

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Related Topix: Harborcreek, PA, Edinboro, PA, Lawrence Park, PA, Erie, PA

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Our View: Summer jobs program can work to grow

Teens in the new Erie Summer Jobs and More program have completed orientation. They've been trained in workforce basics: dress appropriately, be punctual, exhibit your best behavior.

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Related Topix: Erie, PA, Gannon University

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