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Past articles by Kevin:

Valentine's Day puts nearly everyone in a romantic mood

Tuesday is Valentine’s Day, which means it’s time to buy greeting cards, flowers and candy - but you'd better hurry to finalize your plans. → Read More

Erie's Jefferson Educational Society sets sights on Michelle Obama for 2023 summit

As the Jefferson Educational Society wrapped up its Global Summit, Steve Scully said it is trying to land former First Lady Michelle Obama for 2023. → Read More

Erie people always do it up big during Thanksgiving week

Thanksgiving week in Erie is always one of the best times of the year. → Read More

It didn’t take long for Christmas decorations to appear

Christmas decorations have started to grace homes, reflecting on the 2022 midterm election, and more. → Read More

Area poll workers hope for calm Election Day

As Election Day nears, remember to treat poll workers with respect. → Read More

Adults seem to love Halloween as much as the kids

Happy Halloween to young and old, Phillies head to the World Series, racing closes at Presque Isle Downs and more. → Read More

Bo Bauer’s Notre Dame coaches heap praise on injured linebacker

Bo Bauer, one of Notre Dame’s captains, was praised at length by coach Marcus Freeman as well as by his teammates and many students on campus. → Read More

Bright murals popping up on buildings all over Erie

Murals brighten up downtown Erie, John Calipari speaks, Loretta Lynn remembered and more in this week's Kevin Cuneo column. → Read More

Bestwick built Fairview into one of region’s top football programs

Fairview School District officials thought so much of Jack Bestwick, who died in Florida on Oct. 3, that they renamed the school’s football stadium. → Read More

Big-name speakers bound for Jefferson Educational Society's Global Summit in Erie

Speakers set to take part in the Global Summit in Erie include Karl Rove on Oct. 23, Fiona Hill on Nov. 4 and Judy Woodruff on Dec. 12. → Read More

Casey Wells' achievements in downtown Erie impossible to duplicate

In his more than 40 years with the Erie County Convention Center Authority, Casey Wells helped lead major projects totaling nearly $300 million. → Read More

Ed Wellejus a towering Times-News figure for five decades

When he died Sept. 6 at age 96, Ed Wellejus had earned great respect around Erie as a writer, editorial page editor, author and historian. → Read More

Compared to the floods and fires, Erie’s climate looks pretty good

Erieites might gripe about the harsh winters that we experience but compared to all of the horrible weather affecting much of the nation, we have it pretty good here. I’ll take a snowstorm anytime over the floods or fires crippling so many other states. Perhaps it’s a stretch to say that Erie’s climate is ideal, but living next to one of the Great Lakes gives us access to water. And the water… → Read More

Labor Day summons memories of Jerry Lewis’ Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon

Kevin Cuneo Column: Revisit Labor Day memories of the Jerry Lewis MDA telethon → Read More

Despite attack on Salman Rushdie, Chautauqua Institution’s tranquility remains intact

A visit to Chautauqua Institution days after the attack there on Salman Rushdie felt much like any visit, with a few visible differences in security. → Read More

Erie’s Sam Jethroe featured prominently in display at Negro Leagues Hall of Fame

Born and raised in East. St Louis, Illinois, baseball star Sam Jethroe spent the final five decades of his life in Erie. → Read More

Kevin Cuneo: Charlie Corritore leaves Erie Playhouse, Bicentennial Tower doc worth watching

Columnist Kevin Cuneo checks in on Charlie Corritore, a documentary on the Bicentennial Tower, the USS The Sullivans in Buffalo and looks ahead to the St. Paul's Italian Festival. → Read More

August's arrival means summertime is running out for school-aged kids

Kevin Cuneo recalls summers past, Marty Kaverman, Paul Sorvino, Paul Gamsby and Buck O'Neil. → Read More

The sports world loses two all-time greats from Erie County

Erie recently lost two native sons who made it to the top of the sports world. → Read More

Gianni Russo says James Caan "was never nice to me," and "the guy (was) nuts"

James Caan’s death brought back memories of stories Gianni Russo told about him during an appearance years ago at Erie's Presque Isle Downs & Casino. → Read More