Lake Erie Sturgeon are fish that can grow to be 8 feet long. They used to be plentiful but there's not many big ones left. However, some people have stories.
John and Sean Madras, of Erie, made headlines in 1991 after bringing a huge sturgeon to shore.
The Lawrence Park Township Shade Tree Commission has been around for almost 100 years. Now, no one wants to serve on the panel.
Erie's PACA Building has an interesting history that includes The Mill Creek Flood and the city's Typhoid Epidemic of 1911. The building owner is taking steps to preserve that history.
North East honors its talented native son. The late Ish Kabibble was a household name in the 1930s, 40s and 50s.
Current members of the Nuova Aurora Society in Erie always honor the Italian heritage of the club and its neighborhood.
Sean Peebles, the PA announcer for the NBA's Cleveland Cavs, took the mike to announce a 8th grade game in Millcreek.
Tom Hansen looks like Colonel Strong Vincent. He dresses as the Colonel. He knows everything about the Civil War hero and shares his knowledge.
Let's stay in the Christmas mood! Let's talk about the simple, well-known decoration that has been shining bright from atop the Lake View Landfill since 1993.
The board of directors at the Northwestern Community Youth Center in Albion are happy they decided to keep the center open. 2023 looks bright.
A group called Corry R.A.I.L.S. had a productive 2022. Will that momentum continue in 2023?
Some Erie Zoo animals miss the crowds of people that are absent when the zoo is closed for the winter. Movies help them deal with that loneliness.
Erie News Now's John Last has always had pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving and Christmas. It's about time he tried sweet potato pie.
Gary Carver builds a miniature town called 'Dickens' Village' each Christmas season to honor the famous writer who brought us Scrooge and Tiny Tim.
It takes a lot of skill to weld several hard pieces of gingerbread together using messy icing as glue.
Naturalists at Presque Isle State Park love to share the photographs and video they get from trail cameras and other cameras they utilize on the peninsula.
Every year, in early December, a Spartansburg couple sets up a model railroad display highlighting the history of their town.
Adam Stempka, of Summit Township, makes his living by designing artwork made of metal. One of his latest creations impressed a big-time celebrity.
There's a gym in Millcreek Township where women are flying through the air while hanging onto rings. They're balancing themselves on beams and squishy steps. The women are taking ninja training.
The owners of a horse farm in Ashtabula County received a surprise phone call. It was a Hollywood producer asking them to help out with a Christmas movie.
Michael Patterson is busy preparing his students for upcoming Christmas performances. He's also busy sewing the students' costumes.
Ever wonder what is Erie's Most Iconic Food? An online voting tournament is letting the people decide. Some old time favorite foods were eliminated in the first round.
Erie Humane Society is celebrating its 130th Anniversary. Much of its history is documented and stored in a big box at the organization's headquarters.
Many communities in our area honor veterans, not just on Veterans Day, but for most of the year. Those towns hang pictures of the veterans on utility poles.
Instructor at Neighborhood Art House in Erie has students producing nice artwork in a matter of weeks.
A promotion to be launched next season by the Erie Seawolves is already getting nationwide attention.
Scott Fisher, of Lake City, sets up an amazing Halloween display in his yard every year. Each display is more and more spectacular.