The October surprise: a last-ditch effort for Family First?
Erie At Large: August 30, 2017
by Jim Wertz8/30/2017, 2:45 PM
Living by the code
A Primary Postgame
by Ben Speggen5/24/2017, 3:00 PM
Analysis, commentary on Erie's latest elections
The 2017 Primaries: Some Will Win, Some Will Lose – Some Are Born to Sing the Blues
by Ben Speggen5/17/2017, 12:26 PM
The day after Erie's mayoral primary election
When Nine Become Two
by Ben Speggen5/10/2017, 3:00 PM
Who will win, and who should win, as mayoral momentum mounts
From the Editors: May 10, 2017
by The Editors5/9/2017, 2:45 PM
Why Jay Breneman is the leader worthy of this moment
The Candidates on Innovation, Business, and the Future
by Ben Speggen4/26/2017, 11:45 AM
With less than three weeks until polls open, Erie's mayoral candidates weigh in on redevelopment, industry, and their plans for our city.
Raising the Stakes
by ECGRA Executive Director Perry Wood2/15/2017, 3:30 PM
When it comes to the city economy and gaming funds, $2.4 million is greater than $550,000.
Erie at Large
by Jim Wertz5/11/2016, 11:45 AM
The power of outsiders playing inside baseball
Erie At Large: Making love or expecting rain
by Jim Wertz12/23/2015, 10:30 AM
The new year will be a prelude to a defining moment for the future of the Erie region: the elections of 2017.
First-ever Charity Victory Show Takes Over the Warner
by B. Toy11/11/2015, 10:30 AM
Those organizing the Victory Show are doing what they can to raise up the next generation of leaders for our community.
Considering the City: Seven Candidates for City Council are "interviewed" by famed city planner John Nolen
by Lisa Austin, Civitas5/13/2015, 9:28 AM
Civitas presents an "interview" with The Congress for New Urbanism in mind.
Erie at Large: The Challenge of Municipal Elections
by Jim Wertz5/13/2015, 7:00 AM
Why politics in Erie is more about filling a vacant position than challenging an incumbent.
City Council Race Opens Window on 2017
by Jim Wertz2/17/2015, 12:06 AM
Four candidates enter race for Erie City Council.
Considering the City: Viaduct Moxie
by Lisa Austin and guest co-author, architect Adam Trott1/21/2015, 5:45 AM
With crime, poverty, and taxes all on the rise in Erie, spending money to save the Viaduct may appear to be a misuse of limited available resources. However, the Viaduct is a good investment, because it holds promise for revitalization and will maintain East Avenue's connection to the surrounding areas.