Rainbow Gardens Forced To Change Name For One Day To Host Cruz Campaign Stop

For one day, at least, Erie’s Rainbow Gardens will be known as Freedom Gardens at the request of the Ted Cruz campaign. The presidential candidate is planning on making a stop at the Waldameer facility on Wednesday but said the name didn’t exactly reflect his campaign’s values. “It sounded a little too…you know what,” a […]

Cathedral Prep Holds Annual ‘Running Of The Morons’

Cathedral Prep students paraded through the streets of Erie on Friday in “The Running of the Morons”, an event to help send off the school’s hockey team to State College. Several of the students broke the normal tradition and extended the ‘Running’ an extra few miles, shouting obscenities and blocking traffic. Prep officials were not […]

Erieites Dye Livers Green For St. Patrick’s Day

Erie bar goers have already started one of the most heralded local traditions Thursday morning to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, dying their livers green. The gesture is meant to honor the Irish Saint for reasons no one drinking green beer today is quite sure of. “This is my favorite day of the year,” one enthusiastic […]

Splash Lagoon Parrot Files For Unemployment

Sweetie, the parrot, has been removed from Splash Lagoon and is now seeking unemployment compensation while it looks for a new position. Scott Enterprises is fighting that claim, however, saying that Sweetie left voluntarily, making the bird ineligible for benefits. “Sweetie has been a faithful employee of Splash Lagoon and the Scotts for years,” a […]

Millcreek Mall Institutes Winter “3 To A Row” Parking Rules

Parking at the Millcreek Mall this winter just got a lot easier after new parking regulations that went into effect over the weekend. The new rule allows for cars to park in rows of three, rather than two, to make it easier to find spots once lines become covered by snow. “Our customers have actually […]