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About: erie, pennsylvania

Erie is located on the shore of Lake Erie in the northwestern corner of Pennsylvania. It is named for Lake Erie which was named in honor of a Native American tribe. The city has the nicknames "The Flagship City" because of Oliver Hazard Perry's flagship Niagara, and "The Gem City" because of the sparkling Lake Erie. Notable residents have included Marc Blucas (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Knight and Day), Marilyn Burns (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974), Helter Skelter), Ann B. Davis ("Alice" of The Brady Bunch), and Patrick Monahan (lead singer of Train).

Population: 103717
Local Newspapers: Erie Times & News Westfield Republican
Local Sports Teams: Erie Seawolves (baseball)
Local Colleges: Penn State Erie The Behrend College

Zip Codes associated with erie, pennsylvania: 16501 16502 16503 16504 16505 16506 16507 16508 16509 16510 16511
Towns/Cities near erie, pennsylvania : Wesleyville Wattsburg Waterford Fairview McKean Lake City

Erie News
Wolf Administration scores $32 million for Erie

State leaders coming to town with major announcements. Governor Tom Wolf's Administration is investing $32 million into the Erie area.

Man who escaped from federal prison in 1997 arrested

Mike Matheson scored his first goal of the season and the Florida Panthers won in overtime for the first time this season, ta ERIE, Pa. - An inmate who disappeared 20 years ago from a federal prison in Pennsylvania is set to be returned to the state for arraignment on an escape charge.

Weather: Gusts will drop wind chill to below 0

Northwest winds gusting between 35 and 40 mph today will usher in much colder air to the region, with wind chills zero to 10 below zero this afternoon through tonight. . Snow is expected Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday evening as another clipper system impacts the region.

Can Organic Grapes Grow in Pennsylvania?

Stroudsburg, Pa. - When Randy and Linda Rice, owners of Mountain View Vineyard, expanded their vineyards onto a 100-acre farm southwest of Stroudsburg in northeastern Pennsylvania, they wanted to be as sustainable as possible.

Sweet gifts for the home baker

If you've got home bakers on your holiday gift list, there are plenty of attractive and functional items on the market to help them whip up delectable goodies. Canadian artisan Brenda Watts of Hermitage, Prince Edward Island, makes French rolling pins out of flame birch in her Cattails Woodwork studio.

Winter Commencement to allow student reflection

Gannon University's 2017 Winter Commencement Ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Hammermill Center. The ceremony will highlight the achievements of graduates and allow students and family a time to reflect on their time spent at Gannon.

Sometimes history leads to new places and people

For me, this issue wraps up a year and a half of searching through the Gannon University archives each week for a historical photo to run in the Features section. First, I gotta give credit to last year's editor-in-chief Kelsey Stiglitz for having such a great idea.

Calling all tuba lovers

The 16th annual Erie presentation of Tuba Christmas will be held that day in the McGarvey Commons of the Reed Union Building at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. The performance begins at 1 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Marquette Savings Bank

It has grown to a community bank with 130 employees at 12 locations in Erie and Crawford counties, serving both residential and business customers. Marquette CEO Michael Edwards said, "I think customers like to deal with a local firm or local bank.

Time to renew dog licenses

This is for the safety and security of the animal in the event a resident's pet or service animal becomes lost or stolen, to get them back home to their owners as quickly as possible. New and renewal licenses will also be available, for purchase at City Hall in the Treasurer's Office, The Humane Society of NW PA 2407 Zimmerly Road , and the A.N.N.A. Shelter 1555 East 10th Street .

Punk Rock Flea Market hits Basement Transmissions

Hundreds gathered at Basement Transmissions for their annual Punk Rock Flea Market hosted by Black Eagle Goods. The market featured anything from beautiful pieces of handmade art to vintage tools and even some old-school vinyl records.

Crash injures three in Ellery

Police said Bruce G. Cobb, 80, and a passenger in a westbound 2007 Chevrolet Impala, Patricia Cobb, 75, both of Ellery, were airlifted to the hospital following the crash with a parked FedEx truck in the eastbound shoulder on Route 430. Both sustained head and possible internal injuries, state police said.

Come Home for the Holidays, 2017 philharmonic concert

The Erie Philharmonic is getting you in the Christmas spirit this weekend at the Warner Theatre. 'Come Home for the Holidays' is a concert that has become one of the bigger holiday traditions in Erie.

Deer hunter who killed woman is charged with manslaughter

A hunter who fatally shot a neighbor out walking her dogs after sunset but who claimed he mistook her for a deer was charged on Thursday with manslaughter and hunting after hours. Thomas Jadlowski pleaded not guilty in Chautauqua County Court, where a judge set bail at $50,000.

Erie man accused of pouring scalding water on mentally disabled individual

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced felony charges today against an Erie man for pouring scalding water on a mentally disabled man and severely burning him in an Erie facility. Akeem Nixon, 26, of German Street, Erie, was charged with neglect of a care-dependent person and aggravated assault - first-degree felonies - as a result of the incident.

Aide charged with pouring scalding water on disabled man

Authorities say a Pennsylvania health care aide has been charged for pouring scalding-hot water on a mentally disabled man. Shapiro says the 38-year-old victim suffered second-degree burns to his buttocks, abdomen, chest and back after the incident at the Lakeshore Community Services home for people with intellectual disabilities in Erie, Pennsylvania.

First Generation United Club offers food pantry

Gannon University's First Generation United Club is providing a food pantry on campus for students who struggle with food availability throughout the academic year. The First Generation United Club works with first generation students throughout campus.

Gannon building rich in Erie history

While many students have known Old Main as Gannon University's administrative building, most do not know about its history and significance to Erie. The history of the mansion began with William L. Scott, who served as mayor of Erie in the late 1860s and later went on to serve as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.

Many reasons to be thankful

Thanksgiving is a weird holiday when you stop and think about it. Once a celebration commemorating friendship and gratitude between the pilgrims and the Native Americans, the holiday has turned into a day dedicated to stuffing our faces, watching football and taking naps in the name of thanks.

Earthquake occurs in Lake Erie

Cal freshman Darius McNeill said he is finally at ease as a college basketball player. He sure looked that way Tuesd The epicenter of the earthquake was over 22 miles north-northwest of Erie, Pennsylvania and 37.5 miles north-northeast of Conneaut, Ohio.

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