COPS To Feature Bengals-Only Special Episode

A forthcoming episode of the popular television show Cops will air an episode in the near future that focuses solely on players that are currently on the active roster of the Cincinnati Bengals. The hour long docuseries will air previously unseen recorded interactions with police. Producers are also already assuming that there will be numerous […]

Erie Criminals Surrender Guns After Obama Executive Orders

Erie’s violent offenders lined up around the block on Thursday to surrender their illegal firearms to Erie Police after President Obama announced his executive orders on gun control. Although the President’s actions focused more on background checks, the effects are already being felt on the streets. “It was just a matter of time until we […]

McBride Viaduct Reclassified As ‘Historic Eyesore’

The much debated McBride Viaduct is now on the Federal Government’s radar after officially classifying it a ‘Historical Eyesore’ on Tuesday. The new name is being both praised and criticized by those trying to save the structure. “We are fighting very hard to keep this bridge standing,” one of the leaders of the grassroots campaign […]

$2M Erie Powerball Winner Reinvests Money Back Into Lottery Tickets

The Erie resident who purchased a winning $2 Million Powerball ticket has made a decision on how to best use their surprise windfall. The winner has decided to reinvest the money back into the investment that paid off the first time, lottery tickets. “I figure that my initial two-dollar investment returned a one million percent […]

Public Service Announcement: Snow Makes Roads Slippery

As the first expected large snowfall moves towards Erie, one thing remains certain. Local drivers will forget how to drive with slick roads, despite doing it every year. We, at The Mockerie, would like to walk everyone though keeping your car on the road this weekend. “It’s a problem that we see every year,” a […]

Waterford Council Deems Proposed Traffic Light ‘Sorcery’

Plans to put in some type of traffic control at the intersection of Routes 19 and 97 have been put on hold as Waterford Council pauses to understand the technology behind it. The proposed traffic signal would help regulate thousands of cars per day, but Council is hesitant to make any drastic changes. “We already […]

End Of Erie Rainbow Leads Police To Meth Lab

Erie Police may just need to start looking towards the end of the rainbow, as Monday’s light show lead to the bust of another meth lab. Two officers began investigating after reports from neighbors of a strong scent coming from the area where the rainbow neared the ground. “Our investigation found that Monday’s rainbow was […]