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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.
The Erie County Convention Center Authority has chosen a longtime partner to run its planned new Courtyard by Marriott hotel at the Bayfront Convention Center complex.
A cut fiber optic phone cable has affected 911 service in western Erie County and a wider part of Crawford County.
July 22, 2014 Governor Corbett Meets with Residents of Erie Region, Officials to Urge Legislature to Fix Pension Costs Fights to Control Property Taxes for Hard-Working Pennsylvania Families Erie - Governor Tom Corbett visited Harbor Creek High School in Harborcreek today, continuing statewide meetings calling on the state legislature to pass ... (more)
Two men have pleaded guilty to reduced charges in an east Erie home invasion in which two men were shot and wounded and a woman was beaten.
A Saegertown man was sentenced this morning to serve four to 10 years in prison for stealing guns in a McKean Township gun shop burglary in late December.
Listeria can cause possibly fatal infections in people with weakened immune systems and severe complications or miscarriages for pregnant women.
In the early 19th century, Erie County's court proceedings were held in various places -- including a tavern at East Third and French streets and a log jailhouse at East Second and Holland streets -- until a building was erected at Perry Square.
Erie County Judge Stephanie Domitrovich is gearing up to fight not only the state Judicial Conduct Board's ethics charges against her, but also the board's request that she be suspended from the bench while the case is pending.
A man was asked to leave the Erie County Courthouse on Thursday after he was seen walking around the second floor wearing a T-shirt with Erie County Judge Stephanie Domitrovich's picture on it and the words, "Do you even ethics bro?" Sheriff John Loomis said the man did not act in a threatening manner.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:07 am
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