Just like his dad did before him, Tim Ferguson has been taking special care of the Erie County World War II Memorial. But now, it's time to pass that responsibility to someone else.
An ambulance, purchased brand new in 1953 for Presque Isle State Park, is being restored. A team effort is being taken to get the job done.
Two volunteers at the North East Cemetery are spending time cleaning weather-worn gravestones. They hope to raise money for renovations to the historic cemetery chapel.
The Warren County community of Irvine has an amazing history. It all began with an idea by George Washington.
In the early 1900s, people could take a trolley from Erie to the area's recreational hot spot at that time...Elk Park near Girard.
Fred "Dr. Freddy" Johnson founded Dr. Freddy Truck Cap City in 1949. Fred still does all the heavy lifting at the business... at age 95.
One day a month, from April to October, people show up at the Titusville Sportsman's Club wearing Western apparel. They shoot at targets that look like bad guys in black hats.
There's lots of data available to pick a winner in the Kentucky Derby. John Last gets some help in making sense of it all.
Over 500 quilts will be on display at a quilt show in Warren this weekend. People travel for many miles to see the wonderful craftsmanship.
For 12 years, an Erie non-profit called Connecting Hands held garage sales to raise money to help other non-profits. Those sales have come to an end.
Active members of the Warren County Fire Police have an average age of about 70 years old. They're still volunteering to serve. They are also worried about who will take their place.
The owners of a former antique store in North East held onto an old original musical composition after they closed their business. They were curious about the piece but never heard it played...until now.
A huge farm in Warren County, once owned by a millionaire timberman, is run-down and dilapidated. However, it still contains evidence of its glorious past.
A 19-year old cat lives at the public library in Ashville, NY. When the cat became sick, people showed how much they love her.
Visitors can climb to the top of Erie's Land Lighthouse at no cost on the first Tuesday of each month from April-October. There's other fun activities as well.
Jeff Hurst, a resident of Erie's Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, has whittled over 600 crosses from branches that have fallen from trees.
Lisciandro's Restaurant is the answer to a question most asked by viewers of The Last Word.
Tony Sobina, of Oil City, has gone fishing every day for almost three years. He doesn't know when that streak will end.
Actor who starred in Leatherface:The Texas Chain Saw Massacre III is back in Crawford County to shoot a movie about a Meadville urban legend.
The Wesleyville United Methodist Church was founded in 1810. It's been involved in events such as The Underground Railroad and the temperance movement.
Two pigs, named Perry and Willow, will be happy to provide entertainment at your, party, fund raiser, or community event. They even will be in your wedding if you wish!
St. Patrick's Day is a great time to remember Dr. Gertrude Barber. She loved her Irish heritage. And she may be named a saint herself.
Erie's Irish Cultural Society loves to have fun on St. Patrick's Day. But, members say their most important activity is to preserve the true Irish culture all year.
Carol Fielding, of Spartansburg, says she has waited enough. She is finally going to attempt a longtime goal...hiking the entire length of the Appalachian Trail.
Patti Cioccio cannot do everything a veterinarian is licensed to do. However, she will travel to your home and to do things such as checkups and post-op care.
A man asked his Millcreek church to open its gym every weekday morning so people could play pickleball. Church leaders said yes. Everyone is invited.
No menus are needed at Red's Best Pancake House in Sherman, NY. The restaurant serves only one item...Pancakes & Sausage
Jennifer Dennehy teaches hoop dancing to thousands of Erie children. When not teaching, she performs...with fire!
Macy Winicki is a junior at Warren High School. She's already reached the holy grail, not of running, but of music. Early this month, she performed at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Mercyhurst University students are painting 85 large wooden crayons that will be linked together to create a colorful fence at the Erie Zoo. The fence will replace a old weather-worn fence.