The veterans will be able to grow their own food plus produce to sell to local grocery stores.
On Friday, residents of the Crawford County apartment complex gathered on Robinson Road in Summit Township to protest over Connect 55's plan to build a new complex in Erie County.
Volunteers on Monday helped the non-profit plant 40 fruit trees outside of the organization's distribution center.
Diverse Erie has launched a $1.8 million Small Business Fund.
The organization acquires blighted and unwanted properties and converts them into affordable and energy-efficient homes for low-income residents.
Members of the food bank gathered in Perry Square on Thursday to declare September as Hunger Action Month.
As the Taliban seized control of Kabul, Sharifi and her family knew they had to escape.
A driving force behind the dip is decreasing gas prices.
The shelter can accommodate up to 14 men every night, providing them with a bed, food, clothing, and other basic essentials.
On Erie Gives Day, the Corry Y received a total of $354,716 in donations, making the non-profit the top recipient of this year's event.
The ongoing inflation has had a major impact on the non-profit's expenses.
The non-profit organization has teamed up with North Coast Flight School, Community Access TV, and other agencies to offer apprenticeship programs for at-risk youth.
The program helps low-income families by providing them with food at no cost.
The money will go to low-income and moderate-income homeowners for repairs and improvements to their homes.
The higher interest rate mean consumers will pay more on credit cards and loans.
According to the PA Department of Agriculture, more than 1.5 million Pennsylvanians are facing food insecurity. The volunteer effort aims to reduce that number.
The group has launched a new project called Momma's to Be.
As the Federal Reserve increases interest rates to stabilize prices, the threat of a recession is on the horizon.
From the gas pump to the grocery store, just about everything costs more, impacting both consumers and businesses.
As the program grows in popularity, it's now in need of additional landscaping equipment.
The five-question survey asks where you live, how good is your internet quality, and how much you're willing to pay for high-speed internet.
in a 5-2 vote, Erie City Council approved a resolution to hire nine new officers, who will be paid through a portion of the city's American Rescue Plan funds, for five years.
The pandemic and supply chain issues put the event on a two-year hiatus.
Located off of East Lake Road, the 40-unit property will be known as Hammermill Village, and will provide affordable housing to low-income families.
Feedback from the survey will be used to help the commissioners pinpoint the areas with limited or no access to high-speed internet.