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New estimates released Thursday by the U.S. Census Bureau show most of the nation's largest cities surging in population growth.
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Instead, candidates Gene Krahe, 61, and Michael Vogel, 58, both ended up with 73 votes, according to the Erie County Election Office's unofficial vote count.
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The Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority this morning handed out a total of $646,812 in checks to nine regional assets.
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A Warren woman wanted since February on charges in some eastern Erie County burglaries awaits extradition back to Pennsylvania after she turned herself in to members of the U.S. Marshals Western Pennsylvania Fugitive Task Force in Jamestown, N.Y., on Wednesday night.
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Don Tucci, the Republican nominee for Erie County executive, is being sued by a woman who claims he owes her nearly $52,000 over a business venture.
Candy Miller said a man who entered her east Erie notary service with a gun in late March was wearing a mask that covered the lower portion of his face.
Former Collegiate Academy science teacher David Montgomery found not guilty of assault, corruption of a minor and endangering the welfare of a child.
May 22, 2013 - The biggest race of the primary election is bringing change to Erie County.
John Loomis breezed to the Democratic nomination for Erie County sheriff Tuesday, defeating Randy Boga with 69 percent of the vote.
Singer Dolly Parton's famous name headlines a new literacy campaign in Erie and many others have joined the chorus to praise the entertainer's initiative to change children's lives.
The voter turnout among registered Democrats and Republicans was 23.5 percent in the May 2011 primary.
Giles, who has served on council since 1982, finished a distant third in the 2nd District race.
May 21st, 2013 It's primary election day here in Pennsylvania and there have been questions about the need for voter id.
May 20th, 2013 When asked about the biggest issues facing Erie right now, incumbent Barry Grossman had this to say: "The future of the city of Erie, with shrinking revenue and crime in the streets, has to be tax reform.
May 20th, 2013 We'd like to remind you that there are a few changes to polling locations.