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Gary Woodmansee, of Jamestown, was charged with first-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, driving while intoxicated with a .08 percent blood alcohol content or higher, driving a motor vehicle in an intoxicated condition and leaving the scene of a property damage accident Saturday at 9:22 a.m. Officers responded to West Eighth and Washington ... (more)
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The Resource Center recently wrapped up a successful partnership with the University at Buffalo that will result in increased employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
In 1914, a shabbily dressed old man, named Michael B. Mahoney, with fancied grievances against the city of New York's administration, fired one shot at Mayor Mitchel as the mayor, Corporation Counsel Frank Polk, Police Commissioner Arthur Woods and Tax Commissioner C.V. Mullen were on the point of starting in an automobile from the City Hall for ... (more)
Built in 1868, one of Jamestown's oldest church structures has been revitalized and repurposed to become a center for the arts.
The public is invited to attend a live bird of prey demonstration Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Jamestown Community College's Carnahan Theater at 525 Falconer St. in Jamestown.
Beach-goers will have a new place to relax, at Presque Isle this summer. The Erie Runners Club donated a brand new picnic pavilion to the State Park, Saturday morning.
The Easter bunny scattered eggs all over the Erie Zoo, Saturday morning. Hundreds of kids and their families stayed busy hunting for eggs.
If you've been doing a little spring cleaning, today was the day to get rid of those unwanted papers and documents, and to help a good cause at the same time.
The Erie 2-Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Adult & Community Education Division is offering forklift operation training classes at two locations in May. Participants will gain hands-on experience operating a forklift as well as classroom instruction.
He was a graduate of Lander High School and was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Army serving with the 71st Infantry, 44th Division as a member of the rocket launcher team.
William "Billy" Ellsworth Baxter, 61, of 888 Hunt Road, Lakewood, died Thursday, April 17, 2014, in Absolut Care of Westfield.
Nearly 250 area residents gathered at Jamestown Community College's physical education complex on Friday to witness former ECW and WWE superstar Terry "Rhino" Gerin face-off against Erie's John "Big League" McChesney.
One of the next steps for the planned Gateway Park behind the Jamestown Gateway Train Station is the environmental impact assessment.
Area high school students can put their artistic talents to use by participating in the 2014 Laurel Run logo contest.
Family members say that jury selection could begin as early as Tuesday in the murder trial of Kristina Allen, charged in the shooting death of her boyfriend in their Summit Township mobile home in August of last year.