Erie News Now caught up with now former employees of Racoon Refuse as they continue to not service customers.
Mike Reynolds begins his tenure as the Titusville head coach looking to the backfield to lead the Rockets' resurgence.
It's about Cliff Spenger, a 71-year old man who entertains at county fairs as Oakley the tree Man. Oakley is a 12-foot, walking, talking tree who strolls the midway and mingles with visitors to the Warren County fair.
The Oilers hope last year's sophomores can make a big jump during their junior year to lead the Oilers back into championship contention.
Amber Otto -- or Cookie is among the top 5 finalists in the "Opening Act" competition -- where fans vote choose an opening act the upcoming Hollywood Bowl.
A local company is breathing technology across America. Psnergy is working to reduce emissions of industrial furnaces.
Sunoco are waiting for grant money to upgrade its store. However, the employee shortage is keeping her from getting more money.
Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Carl Seon underwent a rare double lung transplant after almost losing his battle with COVID-19. He is now feeling well enough to get back to work with his new partners.
Today marks 35 years since one of the worst plane crashes in U.S. History. Northwest Airlines Flight 255 crashed after taking off, killing 156 people.
Gas prices continue to fall and for the first time since March, national gas prices have fallen below $4 a gallon.
PennDOT and the MPD teamed up to conduct a simulated DUI traffic stop. The Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over Campaign is an annual awareness event, leading up to the Labor Day holiday weekend.
How to get involved in the festivities at Tall Ships Erie
When many restaurants are having trouble filling openings for food servers, Perkins Restaurant on Peach St. has 4 employees who have at least 34 years of service at the restaurant.
At the Blasco Library in downtown Erie earlier tonight, both State and local police met to begin the second night of "Operation Nighthawk," which targets drivers under the influence.
This is the 20th anniversary of the initiative, and to celebrate, polic
A former employee of the Chautauqua Institution is raising safety concerns within the gated community prior to an attack on the world-renowned author Salman Rushdie