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Matt Martin


Erie, PA, United States

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Past articles by Matt:

The Sunday Times-News is changing to put our community's opinions, issues in the spotlight

The Erie Times-News is committed to returning the bulk of our efforts around opinion to addressing local issues and raising local voices. Here's how. → Read More

Staff profile: Meet Matt Martin of the Erie Times-News and G

Local journalism needs local journalists. Meet the Erie Times-News and staff, including executive editor Matt Martin. → Read More

Is 500,000 free disposable diapers enough? Diaper Depot evolves to aid Erie families

Coordinator Christina Bell envisions the Erie Family Center's Diaper Depot distributing 500,000 free disposable diapers in Erie County in 2022. → Read More

Puzzles, delivery, digital access: Here are Erie Times-News changes that start this weekend

The Erie Times-News is shifting to e-edition-only publication on Saturdays starting March 5, when a new puzzles presentation also will debut. → Read More

Saturday, e-editions and the Erie Times-News: What subscribers should know

The Erie Times-News will cease home delivery on Saturdays effective March 5 and instead will provide a full digital replica of the newspaper that day. → Read More

Tom Ridge, in first appearance since stroke, recalls tragedies of 9/11 but also the compassion

Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge shared his memories of 9/11 in a 20th anniversary video message, his first public appearance since a June stroke. → Read More

The creative spirit and the pandemic: What comes next for the arts in Erie?

There is likely to be a flood of art as public health conditions improve and live audiences return to every arena, theater, hall and gallery. → Read More

August is a hot month for new developments from the Erie Times-News, G

Matt Martin: August started with the return of a much-requested feature in the Erie Times-News. Here's what's coming the rest of this month. → Read More

Phil English, Chris English to preside at revival of Erie's Barber Christmas Ball

The annual Barber Christmas Ball, a mainstay on Erie’s social calendar for more than 50 years, is scheduled to make a big comeback on Dec. 11. → Read More

Showcase returns: Weekly entertainment section covers Erie arts, music, theater, dining scenes

Watch every week for an in-depth cover story; food and drink features; community arts, theater and music columns; and more. → Read More

Showcase is coming back to the Erie Times-News in May, and it has lots of special company

Plus: May 15-16 will be a weekend for amusement park lovers and golfers in the Times-News and on → Read More

Newspaperman: Pat Howard made the difficult look easy at the Erie Times-News

The column that Pat Howard wrote, across years and job titles, let Erie see most frequently a newspaperman at work. → Read More

Editorial page mission: Less shouting. Less polarization. More civil, thoughtful discussion

The new editorial and op-ed pages will amplify your voices, and the voices of others across Pennsylvania, around issues and priorities that unite us. → Read More

Matt Martin: Welcome to the new G

What it means is a significantly better reader and subscriber experience. → Read More

Matt Martin: How to get behind Erie groups’ fundraising efforts

Five Erie groups, more than from any community in the state, have applied for the first time to benefit from a → Read More

From the editor: A pledge to better reflect all of Erie County

Outlining some of the steps the Erie Times-News and Gannett will take to advance diversity and inclusion in our newsroom. → Read More

Celebrity birthdays for July 27

Comedian Maya Rudolph is 48. → Read More

Celebrity birthdays for July 14

Actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge is 35. → Read More

US public health system starved for help

At least 38,000 state and local public health jobs have disappeared since the 2008 recession, leaving a skeletal workforce in some places. → Read More

Normal use of masks won’t cause infections, other fact-checks

Also: A May 20 tweet purportedly sent by U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was fabricated and Michelle Obama earned her law degree long ago. → Read More