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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
Mayor Sinnott submits 2018 budget to City Council

You can bet the budget talks will begin very soon for the city of Erie. Erie Mayor Joe Sinnott, who will leave office in January, is expected to release his final budget proposal to Erie City Council tonight.

Meals offered this week in the Erie community

Thanksgiving is just over a week away and two organizations are teaming up to make sure every veteran has the perfect meal. The Elk's Lodge Post 67 is teaming up with the Erie VA Medical Center to provide 102 dinner gift baskets to veterans in need.

Presque Isle: More than just a summer destination

The sun glistened off the bright blue lake as its waves crashed onto nearby sandy beaches. Couples rode together on tandem bicycles, dogs hiked alongside their owners and tourists stopped to enjoy a juicy burger at a diner sporting statues of "The Simpsons" characters.

A love story beyond borders

Life wasn't always easy for Bassam Dabbah and his family. Bassam traveled to Jordan to work and study from his home country Syria.

Erie Playhouse presents 'Mamma Mia'

A trip to Greece and a big white wedding can definitely help anyone escape the cold chills that have come to Erie. The Erie Playhouse performed "Mamma Mia" this past weekend, introducing Erie to its newly renovated theater and opening its 101st season.

1st-degree murder conviction sought in wife's lake death

This undated photo provided by the Erie County Department of Corrections in Erie, Pa., shows Christopher Leclair, a commercial fisherman jailed on a charge of criminal homicide in the presumed death of Karen Leclair, his wife of nearly 26 years. Leclair was arraigned Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, on charges including criminal homicide, aggravated assault, abuse of a corpse, evidence tampering and false reports in his wife's death.

1st-degree murder conviction sought in Lake Erie homicide

Prosecutors plan to seek a first-degree murder conviction against a man accused of shooting his wife and tossing her into Lake Erie and then reporting she'd accidentally fallen overboard from his commercial fishing boat. Prosecutors in Pennsylvania's Erie County say Christopher Leclair reported Karen Leclair missing June 11 but dock surveillance images showed the two leaving and him returning alone.

Regional college to nix - Rural' in name change

The Rural Regional College of Northern Pennsylvania is in the process changing its name to Northern Pennsylvania Regional College, according to college President Dr. Joseph T. Nairn. "We were waiting for certain pieces of legislation to be approved in Harrisburg before we initiated the process.

Boy recovering after swallowing fidget spinner battery

ERIE, Pa. - A Pennsylvania boy is still recovering after swallowing a lithium battery that was inside a fidget spinner.

Thomas Francis Nolan

Thomas Francis Nolan, 95, of Cookeville, formerly of Erie, Pennsylvania, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, at Signature Health Care in Algood. Mr. Nolan was born Feb. 22, 1922, in Erie, to the late Joseph Nolan and Edith Nolan.

This Veteran's Day Panera offers free You Pick Two meals

Panera Bread's largest franchisee, Covelli Enterprises, will salute those in uniform with free meals on Friday, November 10 in observance of Veterans Day at its 4 Panera Bread locations in Erie, PA. The company has made it an annual tradition to honor all veterans and military service members with free You-Pick-Two meals at its participating bakery-cafs and has exceeded $1 million in food and monetary donations since 2011.

HOCUS-POCUS | Champions of Magic to appear in Thousand Oaks

Edward Hilsum and his feathered friends join the Champions of Magic at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza this weekend. Photo by Pamela Raith Ordinary things labeled "magic" become extraordinary: flutes, carpets, markers, school buses, Orlando.

Erie named worst city for African Americans

Erie Resident Frank Stovall said, "All that stuff don't discourage me; because everywhere I go, if I meet just one black in a high position that inspires me." The financial new organization's article said that "no major metropolitan area has greater racial inequalities across major social and economic outcome measures."

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Today, students from Robison Elementary School in the Fort Leboeuf school district. sat around the "campfire" as their Principal, Jennifer Hopkins read the children's book "Stella and Roy Go Camping" to all the students.

Boots on Ground, Jason's story...

For many American service men and women who have returned from active duty, fitting back into society can sometimes be difficult. Many veterans come home suffering the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder, but an organization here in Erie is providing help and relief for our veterans.

Editor runs in the rain, gets wet to finally get some sleep

So of course, the week I force myself to start running again is filled with rain, topped off by a Monsoonado grand-finale Sunday night. A dr-Erie weekend indeed.

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