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3 hrs ago | Erie Times News
County Health Department Director Melissa Lyon is filling four positions that were either eliminated or left unfilled in 2013 due to budget cuts.
7 hrs ago | YourErie
Sunday evening was the prime example of a lighting storm that could have seriously injured people in our region.
Police said a statement made by shooting victim Stevenson Jordan, along with gun powder residue on the clothing of Kenneth P. Ellis, linked Ellis to Jordan's fatal shooting.
More than a dozen people opened their mailboxes earlier this month to find postcards featuring a photo of the Erie County Courthouse on the front.
Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook and local police are trying to identify a teenage boy or young man found floating in Presque Isle Bay on Saturday.
Unified Erie, whose organizers include Erie County District Attorney Jack Daneri and Erie police Chief Randy Bowers, is working on a plan to give away 400 gun locks throughout Erie County.
City police and the coroner have a mystery on their hands after a young man's body was discovered Saturday morning in Cascade Creek.
Wettekin, 71, manages the small motel at 3504 West Lake Road that's owned by his 93-year-old mother, Jean Wettekin, who lives in three rooms that have been remodeled and combined into one living space.
The Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority board approved a collective $323,406 in funding for the nine groups at its meeting Thursday.
Two Millcreek Township residents face drug and weapon charges following a lengthy investigation into crack cocaine sales at a township apartment complex.
An Erie man accused of robbing an Erie Federal Credit Union branch late Friday afternoon admitted to the crime after he was found hiding in a Summit Township motel room early Wednesday morning.
UPMC Hamot is looking for a new partner to help it run Wayne Primary Care, Erie County's first school-based health center.
North East's history is entwined with wine, grapes and agriculture. The town, which was founded in 1794, was home to Erie County's first winery.
The Erie Art Museum, the Downtown YMCA and Glass Growers Gallery are among the recipients of facade improvement grants totaling more than $41,000 awarded by the Erie Downtown Partnership.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 07:46 pm
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