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53 min ago | Erie Times News
Erie police have charged a Mercyhurst University student with punching a campus police officer outside of a housing complex on the school's main campus on Sunday morning.
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5 hrs ago | WISH-TV Indianapolis
State police say someone stole headstones from a northwestern Pennsylvania cemetery - then placed them as road hazards on a nearby street.
9 hrs ago | Erie Times News
The snow wasn't much help to hunters on day two of the three-day deer hunt at Presque Isle State Park on Thursday.
The Pennsylvania Transportation Commission on Thursday approved $26.1 million in airport and rail freight grants, including $2.6 million for rail work associated with the Erie Inland Port project.
At least once a year, Erie County Department of Health officials inspect all restaurants and stores that sell unpackaged food.
A man who was shot and January and pistol-whipped in August skipped another court hearing this morning, again delaying action on the criminal cases of two Erie men.
About Erie County Most Wanted: The Erie Times-News each Thursday publishes information about suspects sought by the Erie County Sheriff's Office.
Jean Comeau tried selecting a health plan on her own through the Affordable Care Act's Health Insurance Marketplace, but she couldn't get past the glitches that have plagued www.healthcare.gov .
A woman accused of fatally shooting her boyfriend in August is fighting claims that she committed the most serious kind of homicide under the law -- murder.
Peter J. Smith & Co. Inc. has been selected as the new lead consultant for Destination Erie: A Regional Vision Regional Plan for Sustainable Development.
A Gannon University professor was scammed out of $4,200 by a person claiming to be Erie's police chief, Chief Randy Bowers said this afternoon.
The stalled case against an Erie teen accused of shooting another teen near Strong Vincent High School in an after-school fight is again moving forward in Erie County Court.
A Millcreek Township man was sentenced this morning in Erie County Court to serve six and one-half to 23 1/2 months in the Erie County Prison for setting fires in dumpsters behind two Erie apartment complexes on April 16. Brandon McCafferty, 22, must also write a letter of apology to the two facilities that were located near the fires -- Tullio ... (more)
Two Erie teenagers were jailed this morning on adult charges in the armed robbery of a Dollar General store in the city on Tuesday night.
Of the 17,344 cigarette butts picked up in Pennsylvania during the International Coastal Cleanup, 16,276 were found in Erie County.
The center, which offers after-school programs and an alternative to life on the streets for children who live in low-income inner-city households, sees about 25 teens each weekday.