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Monday, May 27th, 2013 at 4:44 PM

The primary elections wrapped up this past Tuesday, May 21, and I’m here to tell you all about them – well, some of them. Seeing as many of my columns have focused on the Millcreek School Board, I thought it might be fitting to inform you of your newly elected officers – as well as a handful that are still in waiting – for the General Election.

Wednesday, February 6th, 2013 at 11:53 AM

Good news, bad news. Or is it bad news, good news? All good? All bad? Read Rebecca Styn's column to make your decision.

Monday, February 4th, 2013 at 10:34 AM

Shhh! B. Toy's got a secret for you, and it's about the Millcreek School Board.

Erie Reader: Vol. 6, No. 19
Now Available — Pick It Up Today

CURRENT

100 years of drama, music, laughter, and family. 

A longtime local car-parts sculptor gets Ripley’s acclaim for his delightfully out-there art.

A call to save nursing jobs and chemotherapy infusion services at the Regional Cancer Center. 

Stop by VegFest 2016 and discover the fun in a plant-based lifestyle.

On Sept. 25, Mary Halvorson brings her current duo project, Secret Keeper, featuring bassist Stephan Crump, to Erie’s PACA.

IN THIS ISSUE

100 years of drama, music, laughter, and family. 

A longtime local car-parts sculptor gets Ripley’s acclaim for his delightfully out-there art.

A call to save nursing jobs and chemotherapy infusion services at the Regional Cancer Center. 

Stop by VegFest 2016 and discover the fun in a plant-based lifestyle.

On Sept. 25, Mary Halvorson brings her current duo project, Secret Keeper, featuring bassist Stephan Crump, to Erie’s PACA.

The Colony Plaza parking lot will transform into an outdoor shopping and socializing event called Parking Lot Palooza.

This is the fourth album for Cleveland punk quartet Signals Midwest, and it might be their best yet. 

Fairness and justice take center stage in our commonwealth.

Handy emojis for Erie texting.

Audit looming? No problem. Just use accounting ‘adjustments,’ like the Department of the Army.