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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
Canadian murder suspect last spotted in Tennessee

He reportedly left Ontario on April 28 and crossed into the United States driving a black 2016 Honda HR-V with Ontario or Pennsylvania license plates. Canadian police say Hasan was spotted at a Walmart in Erie, Pennsylvania, at 10:20 a.m. that same day and it's believed he took a license plate from a local car.

UPMC to open operations center in Erie

UPMC will open a business operations center in Erie and add about 200 full-time jobs within the next three years.

Motorcycle ride remembers Erie biker

ERIE, Pa. -- Dozens gathered at the intersection of 10th and State streets for the Remembrance Ride for Rick Petruso.

Man Hijacks Truck and Causes Injuries and Damages Along the Way

According to witnesses and the driver of the truck, a man in his 20s was trying to cross state street near west 17th St. A man driving a red Mayor Bros-Bros pick-up truck stopped to let the man cross. After crossing, he allegedly bolted back out in front of the truck, getting hit.

PA: EMTA Ridership Down in 2015-16

Fewer people rode Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority and Crawford Area Transit Authority buses and operating costs continued to climb, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation's annual performance review of the companies. EMTA ridership fell 8.4 percent from 2014-15, compared to a 1.5 percent average decline among 39 public transit systems statewide.

MCIDC names president

The board recently hired Nick Felice, an Erie County native who spent most of his career thus far in and around Somerset County, as its new president. as he calls it, absorbing all he can from outgoing President Rob Postal, who was recently appointed to serve as a Mifflin County commissioner.

OWU joins early acceptance program

A new agreement between Ohio Wesleyan University and Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine enables qualified OWU students to gain provisional early acceptance into LECOM's medical school."

Shuffle: A Refugee-Run Akron Music School Introduces Its Sound To The Community

A music school founded by Bhutanese refugees in Akron's North Hill neighborhood is introducing its sound to the greater community. The Himalayan Music Academy started last year as a way for Northeast Ohio's thousands of refugees to stay connected to their culture.

Eden man accused of killing mother arraigned on indictment

Wayne Kozak, 48, who was accused of fatally shooting his mother, was indicted on a charge of second-degree murder. Her son was later found that night in an Erie, Pennsylvania motel after a judge issued a warrant for his arrest.

How candidates fared for mayor in Pennsylvania's primary

Attorney John Persinger has won the Republican nomination for mayor in Erie. He defeated Jon Whaley, a former top aide to three-term Democratic Mayor Joseph Sinnott, who is barred by law from seeking another term.

Precision Metalforming Association Appoints Roy Hardy President

As president, Hardy will spearhead the association's work including leading PMA's 34-member staff; directing strategic planning, membership development and outreach; managing finances; and leading domestic and international advocacy efforts. Hardy will take the helm at PMA after eight years as president of the Forging Industry Association .

PA Fire Department Gets 287 Applications for Firefighter Openings

May 12--City of Erie officials said that 287 people interested in becoming an Erie firefighter returned applications to Erie City Hall by Friday's deadline. Applications for the next round of testing for Erie Bureau of Fire candidates were made available for pickup May 1-5 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the city's Human Resources Office in Room 300 of Erie City Hall, 626 State St. Applicants were required to be 18 or older, with a current valid driver's license, and must be a high school graduate or have obtained a General Education Development certificate.

Mother's Day Is KFC's Biggest Sales Day of the Year

Kentucky Fried Chicken has been pulling out all the stops to lure millennials lately , but perhaps the chain should be focusing on their moms. According to data provided by Yum Brands, KFC's best day of business is Mother's Day , and it's not even close.

Pennsylvania police open up about catching the 'Facebook killer'

When Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Aaron Davis pulled over the notorious white Ford Fusion during a traffic stop and looked at the face in the driver's rearview mirror, he got a good look at a killer.

10 beautiful Pa. state parks you shouldn't miss this summer

Pennsylvania is home to more than 120 beautiful state parks. As residents of the state, we are incredibly fortunate to have these amazing spaces preserved for us to enjoy.

Seahawk basketball adds video coordinator

Matt Lynch, who most recently served on the staff at Horizon League member Youngstown State, has joined UNCW men's basketball head coach C.B. McGrath's new staff as video coordinator. Lynch, 26, was Director of Men's Basketball Operations for YSU coaching legend Jerry Slocum in 2015-16 and 2016-17 before acting as an interim assistant coach this past March.

Erie public schools are consolidating to survive

Catherine Doyle teaches an ESL class at East High School in Erie, where more than a quarter of students are learning English. Here's how bad things had become for the chronically broken public school system in Erie, Pennsylvania: Earlier this year, Superintendent Jay Badams floated a proposal to close the city's high schools - all four of them - and pay tuition to send kids to better-funded schools in the surrounding county.

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