‘Shameful!’ 3-day suspension for Erie cop caught on video kicking protester lights up social media 

BY: - June 16, 2020

News of a 3-day suspension for an Erie police officer caught on video kicking an incapacitated protester has provoked angry reaction on social media, with some accusing police of a “double-standard.”

‘It never should have closed’: In Erie, residents take tentative, first steps out of quarantine

BY: - May 8, 2020

Erie County was one of 24 northwestern and north-central Pennsylvania counties to move into the “yellow” phase of Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 mitigation effort.

Erie Co. community college supporters calling on state Board of Ed. to hold virtual vote on delayed application

BY: - April 28, 2020

The agenda for that online session hasn’t been “finalized yet,” and is “[expected] it to be done later this week,” the state Dept. of Education said.

Erie County enters ‘community spread phase;’ County Exec briefs on what’s ahead

BY: - April 6, 2020

Erie County has entered the “community spread phase” of the COVID-19 pandemic, County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper said Monday.

COVID-19 in Erie: Erie reduces public bus service, depriving some of a vital lifeline

BY: - April 1, 2020

Erie's public transit system has seen its ridership plummet in the midst of the pandemic. Officials are making cuts in response, but aren't happy about it.

These are the two big ways it will be easier to vote in Erie County this year

BY: - March 10, 2020

For the first time, they’ll be casting paper ballots, and they can now take advantage of no-excuse mail in balloting.

Waiting Game: With state Board of Ed meeting looming, Erie County’s community college debate may soon be over

BY: - March 3, 2020

The Pa. State Board of Education meets March 18 in Erie -- and win or lose, Erie County officials may finally have a long-awaited answer.