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Police Standoff Situation Continues for Hours

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Erie police are involved in a standoff situation in West Erie. More>>

Task Force Has Been Idle As Erie Graffiti Problem Grows Video included

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Graffiti is, once again, a growing problem in the City of Erie. At one time, a special task force on graffiti was tackling the problem head-on. But, that is not the case anymore.
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Donjon Begins Major Barge Construction Project Video included

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Donjon  Shipbuilding and Repair is now a very busy place. Work is underway on the second major ship construction project in recent years. Crews are working 3 shifts a day, to build the 600 foot chemical and petroleum barge. More>>

New Edinboro University Budget: Financial Challenges Continue Video included

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Edinboro University has a new budget for 2015. The spending plan includes a projected $4.5 million deficit. But leaders are optimistic that the school's financial picture is slowly improving. More>>

Disturbing Videos Show Young Adults Setting Themselves Ablaze Video included

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Social media “challenges,” a ploy for online users to share a video that generates millions of “Likes” or “Shares” on Facebook or YouTube. It seems to be working as dozens of people nationwide have caught on to the popular “Fire challenge.” More>>

Investigation Ongoing in Fatal Pedestrian Crash Video included

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A suspected DUI river struck two pedestrians on May 11, killing one woman and seriously injuring her husband. There were also three children in the car with the suspect. Now, the suspect's wife is speaking out, asking why there are still no charges filed.
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Offshore Wind Turbines Debated for Lake Erie

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Should offshore wind turbines come to Lake Erie? that was the topic of debate Thursday night, as a developer presented his case for clean energy.  More>>

Dan Rice Days Kicks Off in Girard

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A jam-packed two and a half day celebration got started tonight in downtown Girard.

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Crowd Pleasing Performance at Block Party

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It was a fantastic night for a downtown Erie block party on Thursday, with a crowd pleasing performance.

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Police Still Investigating Shooting Deaths at Liberty St. Apartment Video included

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Two people are dead after a shooting on Liberty Street in Erie this morning. Investigators say the case could be a murder-suicide, but they are still keeping other options open.
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Fight Breaks Out After Homicide Sentencing Video included

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A sentence was handed down Thursday morning to the man responsible for pulling the trigger, in the city's first homicide of the year. More>>

Erie Police on Scene of Apparent Murder-Suicide

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  City of Erie Police and the Erie County Coroner are on the scene of an apparent murder-suicide on the city's west side. More>>

Explosives Demonstration at Gannon Criminal Investigators Camp Video included

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Nearly 30 high school students have been getting a lot of intense training at this week's Gannon University Criminal Investigators Camp. This afternoon the lesson was "loud." Experts set off a series of explosions at the Gem City Gun Club. More>>

Dangerous Road Dust Causing Health Problems, Claim Waterford Residents Video included

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A Waterford road restoration project from 2009 is now deteriorating. Residents claim the roads churn up a very fine dust, and after breathing it for years, some believe it has even led to life-threatening conditions. More>>

A Look Behind Jamestown Drug Operations

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As new information is released on drug arrests in Jamestown, New York, we take a look behind some of the crimes, and it seems to be a wide web of dealers.  More>>

"Guns and Hoses" Bartending Event Raises Money

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Erie Police and Erie firefighters went head to head at Park Place in downtown Erie Wednesday night. More>>

Pa State Police Fight Lawsuit

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Pennsylvania State Police are now fighting a lawsuit brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, that basically says the way they hire is sexist. More>>

CLP Board Pushes for Revitalization Plans Video included

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Members of the new Conneaut Lake Park Board of Trustees are hoping to move forward with plans to revitalize the troubled park. But, it appears they have a major hurdle to overcome before any work can begin. "We're getting close to a tipping point,” said the board’s chairman Bill Bragg. “Right now, we're spending Economic Progress Alliance money and we either have to go forward or stop." On Wednesday, members of the four taxing bodies responsible for the park, met with the new board to ... More>>

Missing Spartansburg Woman Found

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A missing Spartansburg woman has been found unharmed in North Carolina. State Police tell us they are working with the North Carolina Highway Patrol to get 77 year old Donna Lee Kemp home to her family. She was last seen Tuesday, when she left to go to the Titusville library, but never came back. No other details about how she was found have been released. More>>

Police Conduct Drug Sweep to Combat Heroin Problem in Jamestown Video included

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Over 40 people are in jail after a major drug sweep in Jamestown, New York this morning. The effort is the result of a year-long investigation to combat a big heroin problem in that city.
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PLCB Lowers Tavern Gaming License Fees

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The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board voted unanimously today to lower the fee for a tavern gaming license from $2,000 to $500. Since taverns were first allowed to add small games of chance earlier this year, only 21 licenses have been issued state wide. A change in the law allows for the lower fee structure approved by the board. The new fee structure applies to all new tavern gaming license applicants and three applicants who have yet to pay the license fee. Board officials say they decided... More>>

Shades Beach Boat Launch Repairs Underway

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Construction is now underway on a big repair and renovation project at the Shades Beach Boat Launch in Harborcreek. More>>

Teacher Deals at Staples

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Most teachers spend more than $400 of their own money each year on supplies and materials for their classrooms. This weekend, from August 1st through August 3rd, Erie area teachers have the opportunity to receive 25% off classroom supplies at one retailer.Teachers enrolled in Staples Teacher Rewards program will receive a coupon for 25% off any purchase of $10.00 or more. The coupons can be redeemed during the Teacher Appreciation Event, August 1-3. According to Staples, teachers will also re... More>>

Bond Changed for Accused Attacker

Toby Shaffer, 45, Suspect Toby Shaffer, 45, Suspect
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A motion was made Wednesday afternoon to change bond for the man accused of brutally attacking a neighborhood watch coordinator. More>>

Local Student Runs Across America

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A local student ran his way through Edinboro this afternoon, as part of an ongoing 3,000 mile-long journey that started on the West coast. More>>

Governor's Race: Campaign Ads Heating Up Video included

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Attack ads in the governor's race are already well underway, earlier than the norm. Ads launched in early July, and have grown more negative as the weeks passed. More>>

Students Band Together To Solve Crime Cases Video included

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From the outside, it’s a pleasant looking colonial building nestled on West 6th street. More>>

"Mummies" Take Stage at 8 Great Tuesdays

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The skies stayed clear for another 8 Great Tuesdays concert, but what wasn't clear, was who exactly was on the stage. More>>

Fish and Boat Commission Investigates Deadly Canoe Accident Video included

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The PA Fish and Boat Commission is investigating the circumstances of a deadly canoe accident on Elk Creek Monday night. Waterways Conservation Officer Brook Tolbert says the waters of Elk Creek were high because of heavy rains on Sunday. Tolbert said 53-year old Michael Kohler, and 33-year-old Matthew Kaliszewski were riding that high water when they got into difficulty. Tolbert said they did many things right, including wearing their life jackets, but their trip still ended tragically. The ... More>>

Man Admits Robbing Three Financial Institutions in Two Weeks

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Erie Police arrested a man Monday in connection with a bank robbery earlier that afternoon. But it's what the suspect told them that may close a pair of other cases as well.
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Construction Underway on Many New Businesses in Millcreek Video included

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It's been a busy summer for construction projects in Millcreek Township. Work is currently underway on many new commercial and retail establishments. More>>

Conneaut Lake Borough Revitalization Plan Gets $1 Million Federal Grant Video included

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A multi-million dollar improvement project in Conneaut Lake Borough takes a big step forward. The federal government approves a $1 million grant to help pay for the work. More>>

Daylight Reveals Scene of Tragic Canoeing Accident

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The waters of Lake Erie have claimed two lives in less than a week. The latest incident, a canoeing trip that turned tragic in western Erie County.
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Police Identify Bank Robbery Suspect Video included

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An East Springfield man is in custody tonight, and is expected to be charged with robbing an Erie bank Monday afternoon. More>>

Students Embark on Week-Long Black History Tour

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One by one, they boarded their coach bus with a week long opportunity of fellowship and education ahead of them. More>>

Man Dead after Canoe Capsizes in Elk Creek Video included

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A water rescue effort ends with rescue crews finding the body of a 33-year-old man in Elk Creek around 1am on Tuesday morning. More>>

Governor Corbett Continues Crusade for Pension Reform

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The governor is continuing his crusade around the commonwealth, garnering support for pension reform. More>>

Fire Damages Bloomfield Township Home

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There's a lot of smoke damage left to clean up, after a house fire in Crawford County Monday evening. More>>

Drowning Victim Never Reported Missing By Companions Video included

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Authorities know more now about the tragic drowning of a teen in Presque Isle Bay. It apparently happened last Thursday, when the boy was in the water with friends, but he was never reported missing. As 12News/SEENews first reported on the weekend, the victim surfaced Saturday morning near the mouth of Cascade Creek. The body of the teen was discovered by fishermen. The coroner identified the victim as 17-year-old Prem Thapa, a Bhutanese immigrant and a student at East High School. We've lear... More>>

Man Ejected from Truck in Harborcreek Twp. Accident

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A man was ejected from his truck in a one-vehicle accident, late this afternoon. More>>

Lightning Strike Causes Power Outage at Edinboro University

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Severe weather tore through parts of our viewing area overnight. It also knocked out electricity at Edinboro University. Edinboro officials tell us lightning is believed to have caused a power outage around 5a.m. Monday morning. More>>

Drop-off Recycle Bins Removed in Waterford Video included

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A convenient way to dispose of recyclable items in Waterford is now a thing of the past. Government officials recently decided to remove a row of large bins at the parking lot of Tops Market.
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"Jax Stone Week" Continues Despite Tragic Passing

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This week has been declared "Jax Stone Week," and despite the sad news of the 9- year- old cancer patient's passing, the fundraising goes on in his name. More>>

LECOM Center Construction "On Target" Video included

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The construction of LECOM's $42 million Senior Living Center along upper Peach Street is on target to open next June, 2 years after construction began. More>>

Attendance Up at Discover Presque Isle

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The numbers are in, and attendance was up at this year's Discover Presque Isle.The 3-day annual event that wrapped up Sunday attracted nearly 98,000 visitors to the peninsula. That is an increase of nearly 9,000 compared to last year. More>>

Police Nab Suspect Minutes after Bank Hold Up

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One man is now in custody after Erie Police stopped a vehicle near West 26th and Peninsula, capturing a suspect from a bank hold up minutes before. More>>

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Presque Isle Advisory on All Swimming Beaches After Storms Stir Up Waters

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Park Management at Presque Isle issues a "Precautionary Swimming Advisory” for all of the Swimming Beaches at Presque Isle due to heavy rain and storm conditions from last evening and throughout Monday. For public safety, testing of swimming waters is performed twice weekly. According to Erie County Department of Health protocol, if E. coli counts are between 235 and 999 per 100 milliliters of water, a Swimming Advisory is posted on that beach.
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Route 430 Bridge Project Work Starting This Week

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A section of Route 430 in Harborcreek will close Thursday for a bridge rehabilitation project. More>>

Hearing Waived for Accused Frontier Pharmacy Robber

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One of the men accused of stealing thousands of dollars in high-end pain medications from a local pharmacy, had his day in court.
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Storms Hit Crawford County

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Storms swept through northwestern Pennsylvania Sunday evening packing high winds and a lot of lightning strikes. More>>

Coroner Identifies Body Found in Bay

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Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook has released the identity of the teen found floating in Presque Isle Bay on Saturday morning, and has ruled the death a case of accidental drowning. More>>

Fire Displaces Harborcreek Family

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A house fire in Harborcreek early Sunday displaced a family of six adults and two children. The fire broke out about 5:00 a.m. at 5144 Ebersole Drive. Fire officials say a family member woke up to the sound of crackling flames and managed to get everyone else up and safely out of the house. Assistant Fairfield Hose Company Chief Jeff Hawryliw says firefighters from Fuller Hose, Harborcreek, Lawrence Park and Belle Valley assisted in the firefight. It took more than 40 minutes to get the flame... More>>

Crawford County Radio Station Celebrates 10 Years On-Air Video included

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If you're driving through Cambridge Springs, and tune your radio dial to 92.9 FM, you’ll hear songs by local and regional musicians. More>>

Police Ask For Help to Identify Body Found in Creek

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Erie police have released a more detailed description of the body of a young man discovered Saturday morning in Cascade Creek. It was about 10:30 a.m. when two fishermen spotted the body floating in the water where cascade creek empties into Presque Isle Bay. The Erie Fire Department recovered the body. Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook says the young man was wearing only shorts and had no identification. He hopes that an autopsy scheduled Sunday may provide more information on what led to the d... More>>

Couple Celebrates Silver Anniversary on Niagara Video included

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Congratulations to a special couple celebrating 50 years of marriage. You could say Linda and Andy Stevenson sailed into their silver anniversary. They celebrated by taking a day sail with friends and family on board the flagship Niagara. They finished the evening with a party alongside Niagara in port. Linda, known for her work in banking and with the Athena Powerlink program, has been on the Niagara League board for five years and one of her grandsons Philip Conner has been on the Niagara c... More>>

Discover PI Brings Bands, Bonfires and Sand Sculptors to Beaches

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The Presque Isle Partnership is inviting local people and visitors to "Discover Presque Isle" all this weekend. Saturday's festivities included the "Best on the Beach" sand sculpture competition at Beach 8.. Artists of all skill levels took part, creating impressive masterpieces in the sand. Saturday afternoon and into the evening though, Beach 8 was about music and the traditional bonfire. Four bands rocked the beach, with "Taylor-Maid" closing out the sounds on the sand.Sunday is the final ... More>>

Beer on the Bay Sees Growth in 7th Year Video included

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With more than 40 food and drink vendors, Beer on the Bay is bigger than ever.
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Body Found in Cascade Creek

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City police and the coroner have a mystery on their hands after a young man's body was discovered Saturday morning in Cascade Creek. At about 10:30 a.m., two fishermen spotted the body floating in the water,where Cascade Creek empties into Presque Isle Bay. The Erie Fire Department water rescue team retrieved the body. According to Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook, the victim is a white male, believed to be in his late teens to early 20's. He was wearing only shorts. The coroner also says ther... More>>

Canadian Teen Becomes Youngest Person to Swim Across Central Lake Erie

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A Canadian teenager has become the youngest person to swim from Presque Isle to Long Point, Ontario, Canada. More>>

Fatal Hit-and-Run Investigation Continues Video included

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On the night of February 20, 51-year-old Emery Black's life came to an end, after he became the victim of a hit-and-run. It happened in front of his house on West 15th and Liberty Streets. Six months later, Black’s neighbor Bobby Fletcher is still trying to make sense of his death. "I miss the guy,” said Fletcher. “This apartment building, it's a big complex. He cut the grass, when the snow came, he helped shovel. You don't find people like him." Police have released surveillance video of... More>>

Erie Is Happy! Video included

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A national survey rates Erie as unhappy but WE'RE happy as clams! Post why Erie makes you happy to this page and we'll share it with our visitors! VisitErie doesn't agree and neither do we! More>>

Erie Police Chief: Suspect Robs Two Credit Unions to Fund Heroin Addiction Video included

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As an Erie man sits in jail tonight, charged with two recent bank robberies, police say they're finding a common motive in these type of crimes. Erie police are now charging 30-year-old Angel Lebron with robbing two Erie Federal Credit Unions. According to Erie Police Chief Randy Bowers, Lebron's reason behind the robberies—drug addiction. "At the time of his apprehension, and during the interview, we learned that he is a heroin addict.” said Bowers. Chief Bowers said Lebron robbed the ... More>>

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  • Housing Authority of Erie To Open Section 8 Housing Applications to New Families

    Housing Authority of Erie To Open Section 8 Housing Applications to New Families

    Friday, August 1 2014 8:18 PM EDT2014-08-02 00:18:11 GMT
    Families in need of affordable housing, receive a new opportunity to get assistance.More >>
    Families in need of affordable housing, receive a new opportunity to get assistance.More >>
  • Crash-O-Rama Comes To Lake Erie Speedway

    Crash-O-Rama Comes To Lake Erie Speedway

    Friday, August 1 2014 7:46 PM EDT2014-08-01 23:46:16 GMT
    Lake Erie Speedway will be filled with destruction this weekend as Crash-O-Rama makes it's way to Northeast.More >>
    Lake Erie Speedway will be filled with destruction this weekend as Crash-O-Rama makes it's way to Northeast.More >>
  • Without Congress, Pres. Obama may act alone

    Without Congress, Pres. Obama may act alone

    Friday, August 1 2014 12:59 PM EDT2014-08-01 16:59:07 GMT
    The U.S. House of Representatives was supposed to begin its August recess Friday, however, many lawmakers are still working to pass a border security bill that provides funding to deal with the recent surge of undocumented immigrants in the country. The Senate, adjourned for the month of August, failed to pass a similar measure Thursday night, leaving the field wide open when it comes to the future of immigration in the U.S. The biggest challenge for Congress - overcoming a deep divide bet...More >>
    The U.S. House of Representatives was supposed to begin its August recess Friday, however, many lawmakers are still working to pass a border security bill that provides funding to deal with the recent surge of undocumented immigrants in the country. The Senate, adjourned for the month of August, failed to pass a similar measure Thursday night, leaving the field wide open when it comes to the future of immigration in the U.S. The biggest challenge for Congress - overcoming a deep divide bet...More >>
  • Wattsburg Fire Co. Puts Hefty Grant To Use

    Wattsburg Fire Co. Puts Hefty Grant To Use

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:56 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:56:23 GMT
    WATTSBURG-- For the Wattsburg Volunteer Fire Department, the cash funds aren’t necessarily flowing. "It’s just hard everyday,” Chief Norman Martin says. “We don't have bingo anymore because people stopped coming so our income is our ambulances and billing for our accidents and fires." It’s a rural town. They do their best to work with the equipment they have despite the fact that years of wear and tear are evident. That is slowly changing though, thanks to the Federal Emergency Management ...More >>
    WATTSBURG-- For the Wattsburg Volunteer Fire Department, the cash funds aren’t necessarily flowing. "It’s just hard everyday,” Chief Norman Martin says. “We don't have bingo anymore because people stopped coming so our income is our ambulances and billing for our accidents and fires." It’s a rural town. They do their best to work with the equipment they have despite the fact that years of wear and tear are evident. That is slowly changing though, thanks to the Federal Emergency Management ...More >>
  • Edinboro Student Running Across America

    Edinboro Student Running Across America

    Thursday, July 31 2014 10:57 AM EDT2014-07-31 14:57:29 GMT

    Edinboro University Student crosses Pennsylvania in route from California to New York City.

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    Edinboro University Student crosses Pennsylvania in route from California to New York City.

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  • Erie Neighborhood Watch Volunteers Speak Out Against Violence

    Erie Neighborhood Watch Volunteers Speak Out Against Violence

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 6:40 PM EDT2014-07-30 22:40:46 GMT
    Erie's neighborhood watch group volunteers are speaking out against the violence that has plagued the city's east side.More >>
    Erie's neighborhood watch group volunteers are speaking out against the violence that has plagued the city's east side.
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  • All Presque Isle Advisories Lifted

    All Presque Isle Advisories Lifted

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 3:05 PM EDT2014-07-30 19:05:46 GMT
    Presque Isle State Park officials have announced that swimming advisories in effect have all been lifted. The beaches now free of advisories are Barracks Beach, Beach #6 , Beach #7, the Mill Road Beaches, Beach #9, Beach #10 and Beach #11.For public safety, testing of swimming waters is performed twice weekly. According to Erie County Department of Health protocol, if e-coli counts are between 235 and 999 per 100 milliliters of water, a Swimming Advisory is posted on that beach. A Precaution...More >>
    Presque Isle State Park officials have announced that swimming advisories in effect have all been lifted. The beaches now free of advisories are Barracks Beach, Beach #6 , Beach #7, the Mill Road Beaches, Beach #9, Beach #10 and Beach #11.For public safety, testing of swimming waters is performed twice weekly. According to Erie County Department of Health protocol, if e-coli counts are between 235 and 999 per 100 milliliters of water, a Swimming Advisory is posted on that beach. A Precaution...More >>
  • Search For Missing Woman

    Search For Missing Woman

    Wednesday, July 30 2014 1:34 PM EDT2014-07-30 17:34:34 GMT
    State police are looking for a missing 77-year-old Spartansburg woman who left her residence Tuesday to go the the Titusville library and did not return. The missing woman is Donna Lee Kemp. She lives with her children on Vrooman Road. Police say she is 5'2" tall, was wearing light blue jeans, a white T-shirt, a pink vest and blue loafers. She was driving a silver Ford Explorer. Police are not treating the disappearance as suspicious at this point. The believe Kemp may have gone to visit ano...More >>
    State police are looking for a missing 77-year-old Spartansburg woman who left her residence Tuesday to go the the Titusville library and did not return. The missing woman is Donna Lee Kemp. She lives with her children on Vrooman Road. Police say she is 5'2" tall, was wearing light blue jeans, a white T-shirt, a pink vest and blue loafers. She was driving a silver Ford Explorer. Police are not treating the disappearance as suspicious at this point. The believe Kemp may have gone to visit ano...More >>
  • Crews Battle Fire in Conneaut Lake House

    Crews Battle Fire in Conneaut Lake House

    Sunday, July 27 2014 11:59 PM EDT2014-07-28 03:59:13 GMT
    Firefighters in Conneaut Lake were called out for a house fire, just as storms were passing through the region. The fire broke out at 820 State Street. Smoke was showing when firefighters arrived. Authorities are trying to determine if a lightning strike may have touched off the fire. Sources say no one was home at the time of the fire. No one got hurt.More >>
    Firefighters in Conneaut Lake were called out for a house fire, just as storms were passing through the region. The fire broke out at 820 State Street. Smoke was showing when firefighters arrived. Authorities are trying to determine if a lightning strike may have touched off the fire. Sources say no one was home at the time of the fire. No one got hurt.More >>
  • "Tiki Time" Benefit Offsets Local Man's Medical Costs

    "Tiki Time" Benefit Offsets Local Man's Medical Costs

    Sunday, July 27 2014 6:18 PM EDT2014-07-27 22:18:45 GMT
    A local man in need of a kidney transplant received some help today. Family and friends of Tim Strain came to Jr's on the Bay Sunday afternoon for “Tiki Time with Tim, a benefit in his honor. Strain is just 23-years-old, and is in need of a life-saving kidney transplant.More >>
    A local man in need of a kidney transplant received some help today. Family and friends of Tim Strain came to Jr's on the Bay Sunday afternoon for “Tiki Time with Tim, a benefit in his honor. Strain is just 23-years-old, and is in need of a life-saving kidney transplant.
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  • Erie Businesses Create "Jax Stone Week" to Help Local Boy Fighting Cancer

    Erie Businesses Create "Jax Stone Week" to Help Local Boy Fighting Cancer

    Saturday, July 26 2014 6:45 PM EDT2014-07-26 22:45:26 GMT
    The Erie business community has joined together to help 9-year-old Jax Stone.More >>
    The Erie business community has joined together to help 9-year-old Jax Stone.
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  • Seawolves Crush Rock Cats

    Seawolves Crush Rock Cats

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:42 PM EDT2014-08-02 03:42:12 GMT
    The Seawolves scored seven runs over the last four innings to post a 9-2 win at New Britain Friday night. Travis had a home run while Machado had three RBI.More >>
    The Seawolves scored seven runs over the last four innings to post a 9-2 win at New Britain Friday night. Travis had a home run while Machado had three RBI.More >>
  • Rodgers Leads EDGA Amateur on Day One

    Rodgers Leads EDGA Amateur on Day One

    Friday, August 1 2014 4:43 PM EDT2014-08-01 20:43:12 GMT
    Brent Rodgers fired a 3-under 69 to lead the 94th E.D.G.A. Amateur tournament after day one. Ryan Deimel carded a 2-under 70 while Tim Moore was the other golfer in red figures with a 1-under 71. Michael Garcia and Mark Noce are tied for fourth at Even par though 18 holes. The opening round of play also saw two female competing in the tournament. Three time reigning E.D.W.G.A. match-play champion Karlie Zabrosky shot an 83 and Megan Moylan posted an 89. Second round action begins on Saturday ...More >>
    Brent Rodgers fired a 3-under 69 to lead the 94th E.D.G.A. Amateur tournament after day one. Ryan Deimel carded a 2-under 70 while Tim Moore was the other golfer in red figures with a 1-under 71. Michael Garcia and Mark Noce are tied for fourth at Even par though 18 holes. The opening round of play also saw two female competing in the tournament. Three time reigning E.D.W.G.A. match-play champion Karlie Zabrosky shot an 83 and Megan Moylan posted an 89. Second round action begins on Saturday ...More >>
  • Seawolves Fall Thursday As Rock Cats Start Rollin' Late

    Seawolves Fall Thursday As Rock Cats Start Rollin' Late

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:34 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:34:26 GMT
    NEW BRITAIN, CT (WICU-WSEE) -- The Seawolves fall in game one against New Britain 5-4, as the Rock Cats put up three runs in their final at bat.The Seawolves (54-58) got off to a quick start in the top of the first, as Steven Moya blasted a two run homer for his twenty seventh of the year and scoring Devon Travis. In the top of the second, Dean Green scored on a Dixon Michado sacrifice fly.In the bottom of the eighth, however, the Rock Cats would start rollin'. With two men on and one out Mik...More >>
    NEW BRITAIN, CT (WICU-WSEE) -- The Seawolves fall in game one against New Britain 5-4, as the Rock Cats put up three runs in their final at bat.The Seawolves (54-58) got off to a quick start in the top of the first, as Steven Moya blasted a two run homer for his twenty seventh of the year and scoring Devon Travis. In the top of the second, Dean Green scored on a Dixon Michado sacrifice fly.In the bottom of the eighth, however, the Rock Cats would start rollin'. With two men on and one out Mik...More >>
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  • Police Still Investigating Shooting Deaths at Liberty St. Apartment

    Police Still Investigating Shooting Deaths at Liberty St. Apartment

    Thursday, July 31 2014 6:29 PM EDT2014-07-31 22:29:14 GMT
    Two people are dead after a shooting on Liberty Street in Erie this morning. Investigators say the case could be a murder-suicide, but they are still keeping other options open.More >>
    Two people are dead after a shooting on Liberty Street in Erie this morning. Investigators say the case could be a murder-suicide, but they are still keeping other options open.
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  • Investigation Ongoing in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

    Investigation Ongoing in Fatal Pedestrian Crash

    Thursday, July 31 2014 11:34 PM EDT2014-08-01 03:34:48 GMT
    A suspected DUI river struck two pedestrians on May 11, killing one woman and seriously injuring her husband. There were also three children in the car with the suspect. Now, the suspect's wife is speaking out, asking why there are still no charges filed.More >>
    A suspected DUI river struck two pedestrians on May 11, killing one woman and seriously injuring her husband. There were also three children in the car with the suspect. Now, the suspect's wife is speaking out, asking why there are still no charges filed.
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  • Dangerous Road Dust Causing Health Problems, Claim Waterford Residents

    Dangerous Road Dust Causing Health Problems, Claim Waterford Residents

    Thursday, July 31 2014 10:44 AM EDT2014-07-31 14:44:26 GMT
    A Waterford road restoration project from 2009 is now deteriorating. Residents claim the roads churn up a very fine dust, and after breathing it for years, some believe it has even led to life-threatening conditions.More >>
    A Waterford road restoration project from 2009 is now deteriorating. Residents claim the roads churn up a very fine dust, and after breathing it for years, some believe it has even led to life-threatening conditions.More >>


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