Some interesting items wash up on the shores of Presque Isle and each one tells a story. An upcoming Presque Isle program will be a unique treasure hunt. Items that wash up along the shoreline are sometimes man-made objects but others are fossils or artifacts from a long ago. The program will be held Saturday March 15th at the Tom
Two Erie Bayhawk teammates spent time at the Erie VA Medical center. Ricky Davis and Micah Downs visited with the vets signing autographs and thanking them for their service. They wore custom made jerseys specifically made for the game that will be auctioned off Sunday. The visit comes just days before the team holds its annual salute the troops game.
Two Erie Bayhawks made special appearances at a basketball game at Healthsouth Rehabilitation. Justin Brownlee and Terrence Jennings of the Erie Bayhawks helped Healthsouth celebrate National Patient Safety Awareness Week. The players were coaches in a friendly basketball game called A Slam Dunk for Safety.
Technicians at Erie Aviation just completed a project that was about as unique as you can get, a jet powered bar stool. The barstool belongs to a race car driver in West Virginia. He had trouble starting the barstool and hooked up with his friend and CEO of Erie Aviation, Tad Jakes to see if he and his crew could
A local man's idea to help protect people from assault won him first place in the Erie Innovation Contest. Phil Ventrello, owner of Impact Martial Arts Alliance came up with munio, an impact weapon that is both fashionable and protective. In teaching self defense, Ventrello came in contact with many people who were victims of assaults. The name munio means
A man wanted by Erie Police for his alleged involvement in a shooting turns himself in. 20 year old Jordan Tracy was reportedly involved in a February 23rd shooting at 2527 Poplar Street. He faces charges including aggravated assault and simple assault. No one was injured at the shooting but police did recover shell casings inside and outside the house.
Secretary of Public Welfare Beverly Mackereth and Secretary of Aging Brian Duke today met for the first time with members of the Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission in an organizational meeting. Governor Tom Corbett established the 25-member commission by executive order on Jan. 31, 2014. In future meetings, the group will review the current long-term care system and develop recommendations to
It's the golden anniversary for one of America's most beloved bar foods. Buffalo wings were first served up back in 1964 by the owner of the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York. The Anchor Bar then added the poultry pieces to it's menu several years later. It has now become a haven for wing worshippers across the country. The anchor
Calling all voices, we have a note worthy event to tell you about. Tonight's Noteworthy Erie's hottest singing competition will be held at the Wagon Wheel bar and grill in Waterford. Our non-profit for tonight's event is Goodwill, and it might be worth your time to take part in tonight's singing competition. Goodwill will be giving away a brand new
Erie Waterworks crews were busy today finishing repairs to a broken water main at West 32nd and Plum Streets. Water bureau workers repaired that break overnight, backfilled the hole, and sealed it off with cold patch today. Erie waterworks CEO Paul Vojtek says that no new breaks have been reported, but he cautions that this is the season for unexpected