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The cult classic is coming back to television with enough time to binge-watch until you're caught up.

The #OttawaShooting, high school football hazing, and a local man's desire to spread religion. All that and more, in case you missed it.

Progress in the development of an Ebola vaccine is being made in countries around the world, while here at home a Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice gets suspended over some racy e-mails. You'd be surprised at what you might have missed this week. 

Who wins the World Series? Read on, Reader readers. Read on. 

Fans of the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants start boycotting different bands during the World Series because, well, why not?

Development could be coming more easily to a protected stream near you!

Free food, drinks, and entertainment at Gigliotti’s.

Here Come the Mummies came to the Eerie Horror Film Festival. Here come some photos of their freaky funkiness...

President Obama hits the campaign trail in favor of Maryland's democratic candidate for governor, while an urban village pops up in Hong Kong, and PA police continue to chase down Eric Frein. Keep yourself up to speed on this and more withour daily news roundup. 

Now that we have an Ebola Czar, can we deal with the real crisis at hand?

Jim Harbaugh and Peyton Manning get a lot of camera love on the sideline. Mike Glennon, not so much.

Lessons in wizardry? Your kids may actually wanna go to school on a Saturday. Butterbeer? You may wanna check it out, too.

One more view of the law-making, crime-fighting, state legislators.

And the Best Of Erie 2014 winners are...

What is integrative medicine and how can these treatments help our overall quality of life? This is your chance to find out.

Erie’s most irregular regular column returns! 

A group of thugs tried to rob Rep. Ryan Bizzarro and fellow Rep. Marty Flynn (D-Lackawanna County) at gunpoint. It turned out to be a bad night for the bad guys.

The story of the car salesman-turned congressman.

These mischievous ladies will kick off the Erie Philharmonic's Pop Series.

October and the annual Horror Fest -- now on its 11th year -- go hand-in-hand in Eerie. 

Executive Chef Michael J. Cerrie brings Sicilian-inspired American cuisine to Erie.

Yvonne and Bruce have a night in downtown Erie that neither will ever forget.

The Eerie Horror Film Fest headlines Halloween attractions.

ESPN gets it right, regional game makes Dead Spin, and honoring an Erie great.

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The story of the car salesman-turned congressman.

These mischievous ladies will kick off the Erie Philharmonic's Pop Series.

October and the annual Horror Fest -- now on its 11th year -- go hand-in-hand in Eerie. 

Executive Chef Michael J. Cerrie brings Sicilian-inspired American cuisine to Erie.

The Eerie Horror Film Fest headlines Halloween attractions.

ESPN gets it right, regional game makes Dead Spin, and honoring an Erie great.

One in four women will be victims of domestic violence during her lifetime. It is past time to take measures to prevent this.

What we can do about poverty, real estate, and the declining population in Erie County.

Peek'n Peak transforms into a German bier festival as part of the resort's Fall Fest. 

From bionic shoes to least competent criminals, it's news of the abnormal variety.