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 […]

Erie Criminals Call Holiday Cease Fire

Erie streets are expected to be slightly safer over the next few weeks as Erie criminals agree to holstering all firearms until the New Year. The agreement came at the December meeting of Erie’s Violent Offenders, a group dedicated to keeping the city’s gun crime within a set of tasteful rules. “We know that eliminating […]

Harborcreek Chopstix Features Actual Parking Lot For Customers

The new location of the popular Chopstix restaurant opened in Harborcreek last week and it’s most appealing feature won’t be found on the menu. This location features a real-life parking lot, to accommodate more than ten cars, in contrast to the first west side establishment. “We sat down and put a business plan together,” restaurant […]

Erie Insurance Turns Property Into Small Zoo For Employees

Erie Insurance is working on their latest expansion plans, but the new growth phase won’t be including any new offices. The newly purchased property, located at 6th and Holland, will be turned into a small zoo for employees to enjoy during their lunch breaks and downtime. “Why? Why not?” a spokesman for Erie Insurance told […]

Santa Jailed In Perry Square Pavilion

Erie government is saying “Bah, Humbug” to the holiday season as the newly completed Perry Square pavilion is doubling as a temporary holding cell for Father Christmas. Erie Police reportedly captured Santa late Sunday night and placed him in the cell, making sure he was separated from other prisoners. “It honestly pained us to do […]

Erie Bar Crawl To Benefit Alcoholics Anonymous

One local chapter of the nation’s most well-known alcoholic support group will soon get an influx of cash thanks to a hoard of drunk 20-something’s. The funds raised by Erie’s latest bar crawl will go to support Alcoholics Anonymous, and possibly recruit a few new members. “We know it sounds a little counterproductive,” the event […]

Erie Wins Bid To Host Junior Connect Four Tournament

Every cloud has a silver lining. News broke Thursday that the World Junior Hockey Tournament will not be co-hosted in Erie, however one of Erie’s other tournament bids did work out. The 2016 Junior Connect 4 Tournament will now be filling that void. “We’re incredibly excited to bring this event to Erie,” one of the […]

Cherry Street Circle K Goes Cashless To Avoid Robberies

Starting Monday, the Circle K convenience store on 26th and Cherry will begin a new cashless policy to deter future robberies at the location. The move comes after several thefts at the location, forcing the store owners to take action. “Starting today we will no longer be engaging in cash transactions,” the store owner said. […]

Erie Retailer Holds Street Fights; Awards Winner With Black Friday Deal

A new twist and possibly a new tradition took place Friday morning on Upper Peach Street. One retailer decided to pit waiting shoppers against each other in a makeshift boxing ring and had them fight it out for the best Black Friday deals. “We decided that the typical Black Friday format was getting stale,” the […]