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Plastics industry in Erie stages comeback
Erie is often called a Rust Belt town -- a nod to a rich manufacturing past, a history of jobs built on our collective ability to forge, shape and fabricate steel. But history ... You'll find evidence of that in Plastics News, an industry publication ...
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Corry woman charged with stealing from Erie firm
Police charged that Tracy Jo Hicks, 41, a former employee of Skip Knoll Inc. in Erie, wrote checks to herself, including some with forged signatures, for more than $30,000; gave herself more than $11,000 in payroll overpayments; and used company credit ...
Presidents Day came often in Erie
Scott forged a friendship with Cleveland when Cleveland was mayor of Buffalo. A member of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1885 to 1889, Scott was also a key adviser to President Cleveland in his first term.
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Erie Art Museum unveils latest public art project
Artist Greg Gehner, of Cambridge Springs, is photographed with the bike rack he made that was unveiled as the latest Erie Art Museum public art project on Sept.
Artisans, entertainers embrace medieval lifestyle at Ohio's Great Lakes ...
Where: 3033 State Route 534, Rock Creek, Ohio. Take I-90 west to Geneva, take exit 218 and go south on Route 534 for about 7 miles.
Saturday's PIAA basketball championship game highlights, March 21
Alexis Griggs chipped in 24 points and seven rebounds for Vincentian, making its third state finals appearance in as many seasons.
Varsity features look back at 2013, look ahead
Claire Brown, left, of Villa Maria Academy is congratulated by teammates after she completed the final leg of the championship heat of the Girls Class AA AA 4x800 meter relay championship race on May 25 at the PIAA track & field championships at Seth ...
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Guest Voice of Jim Thompson: Did your ancestors fight in War of 1812?
He quite likely served at Valley Forge in that fearful winter of 1777-78. After Trenton was retaken, the governor of New Jersey provided financing .... Lossing writes that the Meadville militia under Maj. Gen. David Mead also responded to the need to ...