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A North East man wanted since September on charges in a home-invasion armed robbery is in jail today following his arraignment on Tuesday.
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Erie police and the Erie County Coroner's Office are investigating the death of a 57-year-old man found Tuesday afternoon in his apartment in the 700 block of West 18th St. An autopsy of the man, whose name was not released, is scheduled for today at 11 a.m. at the coroner's office.
Area law enforcement and military officials will visit local Walmart stores beginning today to provide 62 needy kids with a holiday season to remember.
Erie County Councilman Kyle Foust has proposed a resolution pledging county support for the city of Erie's application for a new state development program.
Three local businesses have been fined for violating the Pennsylvania Food Code, and citations have been filed against two others.
School Director Wheaton, 58, was unanimously chosen by the board Monday night as its president for a one-year term.
An Erie man is in jail on charges in a weekend burglary in Fairview Township and is under investigation as a possible suspect in similar crimes, state police said.
Gunfire ripped through a cold, quiet Erie evening on Sunday, killing one man and littering an eastside street with bullets and spent cartridges.
President Judge Ernest J. DiSantis Jr., in a Nov. 21 letter to council President Joe Giles, wrote that council acted outside its authority when it moved, as part of the county's 2014 budget, to combine IT functions that affect four court IT workers.
A North East woman on probation after serving a county jail sentence on a felony retail theft charge was arraigned this afternoon on a charge of stealing electronics from a local Walmart store in early November.
A man wanted by the Erie County Sheriff's Office on criminal charges was recently returned to Erie to face them, deputies said today.
Christmas at the historic Lake Shore Railway Museum in North East gives us a chance to take a look at the role of railroads in the development of this region.
Scott Enterprises unveiled the details of a proposed $150 million bayfront development on Nov. 26. Nick Scott Sr., president of Scott Enterprises, said the mixed-used project would be perhaps the largest in the city's history.