Erie County Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Erie County District Attorney Daneri has no competition in primaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Erie Times News

    Age: 55 - Party: Republican - Family: Married to Jane Earll - Resides: Fairview Township - Occupation: Erie County district attorney, appointed in August 2009; elected in November 2011 - Education: Allegheny College, bachelor's degree in television communications, 1981; Capital University Law School, Columbus, Ohio, 1990 - Running because: "The work continues to be very challenging and rewarding at the same time." Erie County District Attorney Jack Daneri was photographed Nov. 5, 2014 at the Erie County Courthouse.

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  2. Schaaf won't have to count votes in Erie County controller's raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Erie Times News

    Mary Schaaf defeated Casimir J. Kwitowski, the Erie City councilman and former city controller, to win her first campaign for Erie County controller four years ago. There's no such drama for the Republican Schaaf this year, who's unopposed on her own party's ballot and will face no Democratic competition in the fall either.

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  3. Erie County Coroner Cook, opponent Fetzner get ready for fall raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Erie Times News

    Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook has never had a primary opponent, and he hasn't faced any opponents in a general election since his first race in 1999. That will change this year, when Cook, a Republican, gets a challenge from Democrat Holly Fetzner, technical director of Lions Eye Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania.

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  4. Big races on primary ballot in Erie CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Erie Times News

    But Democrats and Republicans might want to consider the importance of Tuesday's primary, when a number of municipal and statewide races should get their attention. The nomination of candidates for Erie County Common Pleas Court is one of the critical races in the primary.

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  5. Our view: Appoint, don't elect, statewide judgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    But a Mercyhurst University poll in Erie County found that most voters did not recognize any Supreme Court candidates. "One of the reasons we did this poll -- perhaps the chief reason -- is to encourage people to pay attention to this primary," said Joe Morris, director of the Mercyhurst Center for Applied Politics.

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  6. Business in brief: Root named Woman of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    Laurie B. Root, senior vice president of resources development for the United Way of Erie County, has been named Woman of the Year by the Women's Roundtable. Root was chosen from five finalists for the award that recognizes women who go beyond the call of duty to help other women, and whose actions have made a positive effect on the community.

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  7. Educate yourself before voting in judge races: Richard LanzilloRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    Richard Lanzillo, an attorney, is president of the Erie County Bar Association and a shareholder at the Knox McLaughlin Gornall & Sennett law firm.ERIE TIMES-NEWS This year, Erie County voters will cast ballots in several significant and, in certain instances, historic judicial elections. These include elections to fill two seats on the Erie County Court and three seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.

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  8. Erie police apprehend 'Most Wanted' fugitiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    A man wanted by the Erie County Sheriff's Office for a probation violation was apprehended by Erie police in the city on Thursday night, deputies said today. Zachary J. Roddy, 29, was featured in the May 7 Erie Times-News Most Wanted.

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  9. 5 Millcreek supervisor candidates seek votes on primary dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    ... and WSEE-TV; part-time chief engineer for Gannon University's WERG-FM. - Education: McDowell High School and Erie County Vo-Tech School, 1980, earning a certificate in electronic technology. - Running because: "I want to look out for the taxpayers. ...

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  10. Union City man waives hearing on charges in police pursuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    ... charges and 44 traffic violations before Erie 2nd Ward District Judge Paul Urbaniak. Civetti remains in the Erie County Prison on $25,000 bond. Civetti faces charges including aggravated assault, fleeing police and resisting arrest that were filed ...

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  11. In brief: Millcreek to hold spring cleanup eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Erie Times News

    Undated headshot of Zachary J. Roddy, sent by the Erie County Sheriff's Office on May 5, for May 7 Most Wanted. CONTRIBUTED/ERIE TIMES-NEWS Millcreek Township will hold a spring cleanup event for its residents today from 9 a.m. to noon at the Millfair Compost & Recycling Center, 2301 Millfair Road.

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  12. Frost advisory issued for Erie, Crawford countiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued a frost advisory for Erie and Crawford counties effective Thursday from 2 a.m. to 8 a.m.

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  13. Our view: United Way wants to restore hope in ErieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    Community volunteers, Connor McDavid and Country Fair will all have roles as the United Way of Erie County moves forward after a yearlong celebration of its 100th anniversary. Volunteers "are powerful.

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  14. Charges withdrawn against Erie man in gun caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    Charges were withdrawn this morning against an Erie man accused by city police of possessing a stolen firearm that was found during a traffic stop on April 5. Prosecutors withdrew charges of illegal possession of a firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, receiving stolen property and failure to stop at a red signal against Grover Lyons Sr., 45, as Lyons appeared before Erie 3rd Ward District Judge Tom Carney for his preliminary hearing this morning. Lyons had been in the Erie County Prison on $2,500 bond since his arraignment on April 5. Police had charged that Lyons was seen driving through a red light on West 10th Street.

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  15. Child poverty on the rise in Erie CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    ... to see me as someone who is a role model, because your first role model comes from home." More than a quarter of Erie County children live in poverty, a ranking eight percentage points higher than all of Pennsylvania, according to the recently ...

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  16. Perritano, daughter begin benefit walk todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    Penn State Behrend women's soccer coach Dan Perritano and his daughter Emma will officially begin their walk across Pennsylvania on Route 6 today to raise money for The Arc of Erie County. Perritano, 50, and Emma, 16, plan to start out today near Mount Jewett in McKean County and will walk at least 10 to 15 miles each day until late May. In all, they will cover about 360 miles while soliciting donations for The Arc, which provides advocacy and support for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

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  17. In brief: Charges withdrawn against Erie man in gun caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    Prosecutors dropped criminal charges that Erie police filed against a city man accused of possessing a stolen gun that was found during a traffic stop April 5. Charges were withdrawn against Grover Lyons Sr., 45, as Lyons appeared before Erie 3rd Ward District Judge Tom Carney for his preliminary hearing Thursday. Lyons had been in the Erie County Prison on $2,500 bond since his arraignment April 5. Police had charged that Lyons was seen driving through a red light on West 10th Street.

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  18. Meeting examines Erie County rail transportation hazardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    Each week, about 35 trains travel through Erie County, carrying 1 million to 3 million gallons of crude oil from the North Dakota Bakken fields to Philadelphia and New Jersey, according to Erie County Department of Public Safety officials. Other hazardous materials regularly transported through Erie County on trains include ethanol, ammonia, chlorine, sulfuric acid, sodium hydroxide and liquefied petroleum gas.

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  19. Varsity Female Athlete of the Week: Bethany Evankovich, General McLane track and fieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    ... at General McLane High School. JACK HANRAHAN/ERIE TIMES-NEWS That changed when Evankovich won the 400 during the Erie County Track and Field Classic at Harbor Creek. She set a meet record with a 57.62 effort that erased its previous mark of 57.96. ...

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  20. Harbor Creek announces 2015 Hall of Fame classRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Erie Times News

    ... coached the Huskies' football team for 32 seasons while compiling a 165-146-3record. His teams won six Erie County League/region titles, made six District 10 playoff appearances and reached the title game in 2004 and 2007. He was selected this year ...

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