Erie at Large: City Government Insists on Taking EMTA for a Ride
by Jim Wertz6/24/2015, 8:45 AM
Can the struggle for power in local government take a break so that change can be achieved?
Erie's Summer JAM Program Kickstarts Careers for Young People
by Dan Schank6/24/2015, 8:15 AM
Erie's Summer JAM program sets up for another season of providing local kids with hands on experience in the workplace.
County Council's Gotta Have Faith
by Jim Wertz9/9/2014, 10:39 PM
Concerned citizens challenge County Council's faith.
The Separation of Church and Council
by Jim Wertz9/8/2014, 12:47 PM
At Tuesday's Erie County Council meeting members of the public will request a separation of Church and State. Can Council be saved?
The Way I See It: Key County Administrative Gaps Narrowed
by Rebecca Styn3/19/2014, 6:24 AM
You know that saying... You get what you pay for?
Guest Opinion: Hotel Guarantee
by Phil Temple3/10/2014, 9:00 AM
Politics can be a dirty business...
From The Editors
by The Editors11/12/2013, 2:30 PM
With the elections over and done, it's that time again: Time to talk about an Erie Community College.
None of the Above
by Cory Vaillancourt10/30/2013, 7:00 AM
With write-in candidates making bids, will voters make the "write" choice?
Street Corner Soapbox
by Jay Stevens8/21/2013, 7:59 AM
Say "Yes" to Term limits.
You Ought to Know: Jay Breneman
by Cory Vaillancourt8/7/2013, 9:42 AM
Proving Upfront's prediction wrong, Democrat Jay Breneman defeated two-term incumbent County Councilman Ronald "Whitey" Cleaver.
Austin announces candidacy for Erie County Council
by Cory Vaillancourt7/23/2013, 6:32 PM
Democrat Lisa Austin is now running a write-in campaign for the District 2 seat for Erie County Council.
Austin to wage write-in war against Horton, Smith?
by Cory Vaillancourt7/22/2013, 11:10 AM
You can wait for tomorrow's press conference, or... read this.
From The Editors
by The Editors5/27/2013, 2:49 PM
Erie knows how to come together to celebrate its past -- something in which this community takes great pride. After all, the fleet that Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry led was built right here in our bay. So post-War of 1812 America unfolded the way it did largely because of Erie's role in the U.S.'s victory in the Battle of Lake Erie, a lake after which we draw our city and county's namesake.