Sen. Dan Laughlin

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Senator Dan Laughlin serves over Pennsylvania's 49th District. He serves as Vice Chairman of the Senate Aging & Youth Committee, as well as being a member of six other Senate committees. A small business owner, he grew up in Erie and currently resides in Millcreek. He was elected to office 2016. For more information, go to www.senatorlaughlin.com/

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017 at 1:15 PM

Education’s piece of the state budget

 

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 at 1:30 PM

Concerns abound over Wolf budget proposal 

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017 at 12:30 PM

Concerns over gaming revenues, the closure of unemployment centers, and the growing opioid epidemic 

Wednesday, January 4th, 2017 at 10:30 AM

The inaugural update from Sen. Dan Laughlin

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Dr. Ferki Ferati will succeed Dr. William P. Gary as the head of Erie's think tank

Innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders shaping the future of Erie

Centenarian building serves criminally good drinks, eats

Thousands of music enthusiasts from all across the country flock to the Great Blue Heron Music Festival.

Don’t Blink Photography and Design along with The Box will is putting together Humanity Against Heroin fundraiser.

IN THIS ISSUE

Innovators, entrepreneurs, and leaders shaping the future of Erie

Centenarian building serves criminally good drinks, eats

Thousands of music enthusiasts from all across the country flock to the Great Blue Heron Music Festival.

Don’t Blink Photography and Design along with The Box will is putting together Humanity Against Heroin fundraiser.

Big Thief are able to communicate emotions with heartbreaking accuracy.

East High School Tribute

Uncanny advertising and meth-fueled hotwiring 

Catch some of Erie’s best original musicians while helping to support a great cause.

Goodell Gardens and friends present the gardens’ third annual Botanical Beverages event.

Beach Fossils continue to raise the bar for themselves