Stories tagged: "Erie"


Photo Credit: Mill Creek Coffee
Check Out These Women-Owned Coffee Roasters in Pennsylvania

These six women-owned roasters do a lot of good in their communities by offering fair prices, raising funds for locals in need, and creating inclusive places for people to gather.

Tim Stevenson shovels snow against a railroad tie placed in front of a friend's driveway on Foster Avenue in Marshfield, Mass., March 13, 1993, as a winter storm moved into New England. The men hope this little barrier will keep sea water from rolling down the driveway and into the basement when the surf comes over the sea wall across the street. (AP Photo/Stephen Savoia)
Snow Daze: Remembering the 5 Biggest Blizzards to Hit Pennsylvania in the Last 30 Years

Get out the shovels and ice melt. We're looking back on the five biggest snowstorms of the past few decades.

Photo: Cupboard Maker Books
These Locally Owned Bookstores Deserve Your Support This Holiday Season

By shopping at independent bookstores you’ll be able to check some items off your gift buying list, but the benefits go beyond that.

Presque Isle Bike Trail. Photos via Visit Erie.
5 Trips from Pittsburgh for a Long Weekend Getaway

We love Pittsburgh, but we also love a good weekend getaway.

Veterans Day Parade Philadelphia
Looking to Celebrate Veterans Day? Here Are 5 Events Happening Across Pennsylvania.

Here are just a handful of ceremonies and events happening across Pennsylvania in the coming days that will honor Veterans Day.

Presque Isle Beach, Erie, Pa. (Photo: courtesy of VisitErie)
How to Spend a Weekend in Erie

Though mostly known for Lake Erie, you should make time to explore the countryside surrounding Erie, which has ample recreation opportunities, antique shops, wineries, breweries, and more.

Cumru Twp, PA - June 1: The Sheetz gas station and convenience store on Lancaster Pike In Cumru Township Tuesday morning June 1, 2021. (Photo by Ben Hasty/MediaNews Group/Reading Eagle via Getty Images)
Pennsylvania Gas Prices Continue to Fall

After reaching a record high of $5.07 per gallon in early June, the average price for a gallon of gas in Pennsylvania is now down to $3.85.