Just Toyin' Witcha: Invasive Species Are Attacking!
by B. Toy12/10/2014, 5:45 AM
Looks like Mike Kelly and Glenn Thompson are inviting some advisors to the table.
Disease and Distrust in the Allegheny Forest
by Mary Birdsong7/23/2014, 6:00 AM
Gov. Corbett unlocks potential timber grab with new Federal Farm Bill
Erie Bluffs: A Tradition of Trouble
by Mary Birdsong6/11/2014, 6:47 AM
From being forgotten by the State to the Overlook Park masterplan to Bayfront Beautification Project, the history and status of what's becoming known as "Billboard Alley"
by Mary Birdsong5/14/2014, 3:26 AM
What they are, why they matter, and what we can do to stop them.
Street Corner Soapbox: Climate Change and Lake Erie
by Jay Stevens6/12/2013, 8:45 AM
In the last issue, Jay Stevens wrote about climate change and Lake Erie. He's returning to the topic and setting his sights on the politics of the issue.
Lake Erie in Peril: Four Looming Threats to our Most Valuable Resource
by Jay Stevens5/27/2013, 4:31 PM
We are at a crossroads. Massive algae blooms are cropping up. Invasive species threaten the habitat of native fish. A survey recently found the highest concentrations of waterborne microplastics recorded in the world in Lake Erie. And climate change promises to severely alter our region's weather, transforming the lake in ways we can't imagine. This is our lake.
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.