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Plastics industry in Erie stages comeback
But history suggests it was the plastics industry that set us apart. The first commercial injection molding machine was sold here, processes were created here and industry pioneers like Joseph Prischak and Henry Witkowski launched substantial companies.
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Wendell August Forge president to be featured at Erie's Techfest
Will Knecht is an owner and president of the Grove City area's Wendell August Forge, a 92-year-old company that employs 120 people and has made hand-hammered metal giftware for President Jimmy Carter, Gov.
9 US presidents who have visited Erie
Local lore also tells a story about McKinley at Meadville's Allegheny College. In 1860 during his first and only year studying at Allegheny, McKinley supposedly lured a cow from a nearby pasture to campus, led the cow to Bentley Hall and marched the ...
Anatomy of a deal: How and why Lord Corp. chose to stay in Erie County
A plan for tax increment financing that would help Lord Corp. make needed improvements to the Bush site is expected to be presented to Summit Township, the Fort LeBoeuf School District and Erie County government within the next two days.
Grants save Coast storm-ravaged historical structures
A just-released LP, and named chair sales, raise supporting funds. Randolph School in Pass Christian, Walter Anderson Cottage and Chamley Norwood House (designed by Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright) in Ocean Springs and Rectitude Masonic ...
Erie residents indicted on tax charges
Three area residents have been indicted in U.S. District Court in Erie on charges they filed fraudulent income tax returns. In one indictment, Roderick M. Jones is accused of helping to prepare and file 26 fraudulent tax returns on behalf of others ...
Table games revenue at Erie casino drops 20.6 percent in October
The two casinos with the largest percentage increases were Harrah's Philadelphia, an increase of 35.6 percent; and Valley Forge Casino Resort, an increase of 37.5 percent. A total of seven casinos had revenue increases, and the other five had declines.
Judge Bentz remembered as 'hard working and practical'
This is an Oct. 2009 file photo of U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Warren W. Bentz, who died at 88 on Dec. 31, 2014. He is shown here on Oct. 5, 2009 at an event sponsored by the Erie County Bar Association.
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Meet the year's most inspirational people in Erie
Emily Mellish, 7, sells handmade bracelets to raise money for Erie Shriners Hospital for Children. Mellish was selling the bracelets at Gordon Food Service, in Summit Township, on Nov. 10.
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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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