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Past articles by Jack:

New mural celebrates the life of Erie dance teacher Carla Hughes, who died in Mat at 50

Miami-based artist Mwanel Pierre-Louis has painted a mural of Carla Huges, a well-known Northwest Pennsylvania Collegiate Academy teacher who died in May of 2021. → Read More

Erie Times-News staff photographer Jack Hanrahan reflects on his 30-year career

Erie Times-News photographer Jack Hanrahan is retiring at the end of September after three decades at the Erie Times-News. → Read More

2 dead in possible Erie homicide-suicide early Saturday morning

A man and woman are dead following a murder-suicide at 508 Lincoln Ave. in Erie. Police responded to a shots-fired call around 2:00 a.m. on Aug. 28, 2021. → Read More

Look inside the historic downtown Erie Masonic Temple as 2 years of renovations near end

Volunteers from the Erie Masonic Temple Preservation Foundation have spent nearly two years renovating the historic six-story building. → Read More

Male victim taken to UPMC Hamot after being pulled from Presque Isle Bay

Erie firefighters and Emergycare personnel assisted in a water rescue on Aug. 4, 2021behind the Bayfront Convention Center. → Read More

Man charged in assault of EMTA driver

Erie police have charged a man in the assault on an EMTA bus driver that happened on July 1, 2021. → Read More

New memorial to honor Civil War hero Col. Strong Vincent

A new memorial honoring Civil War hero Col. Strong Vincent will be dedicated in Waterford on July 2, 2021. Vincent enlisted during the Civil War. → Read More

Driver uninjured in tractor-trailer rollover on I-79 on-ramp

The driver of a tractor-trailer was uninjured in a rollover accident at the I-79 on-ramp on June 26, 2021 → Read More

Final view: St. Mary's Chapel at Mercyhurst University North East open to public for last time

The public got a final chance to visit St. Mary's Chapel on the North East campus of Mercyhurst University for one last time on May 20, 2021. → Read More

The lagoons at Presque Isle State Park entice visitors to get lost in nature

Explore the natural wonder of the lagoons at Presque Isle State Park. Flowing through the park's interior, the lagoons provide great habitat for birds and fish. → Read More

Wish revealed: Corry girl battling cancer surprised by gifts to benefit her charity

Avery Sontheimer, 14, of Corry is battling cancer. On May 4, 2021, she received a mobile pet pantry from Make-A-Wish to fulfill her dream of helping animal shelters. → Read More

We remember: Blasco Library memorial honors Erie County's COVID-19 victims

A mural consisting of more than 400 doves commemorates the lives of Erie County victims of COVID-19. The temporary mural is illuminated in the evenings by purple light. → Read More

Erie's first Black firefighter Willie Blakely honored on Workers Memorial Day

Erie firefighter Willie Blakely, who died on Oct. 24, 1982, was honored during a Workers Memorial Day event at Perry Square on Wednesday. → Read More

One suspect in custody after two boys, man wounded in separate shootings in Erie Tuesday

Erie Police are investigating a shooting that occurred in the 1100 block of West 11th Street in Erie on April 27, 2021. Two juveniles were injured in the shooting. → Read More

Iconic Edinboro pizza shop, John's Wildwood Pizzeria, reopens after 2019 fire

A line stretched out the door as devoted customers of John's Wildwood Pizzeria in Edinboro waited in line April 24, 2021 to order pizza. → Read More

The new Martin Luther King Event Center in Erie can host weddings and conferences

The new Martin Luther King Event Center in Erie was unveiled April 6, 2021. The former Green Room was upgraded from floor to ceiling and is state-of-the-art → Read More

Winter maintenance and construction continues at Erie's Donjon Shipbuilding & Repair

Winter is the busiest time for the crews at Donjon Shipbuilding & Repair in Erie. Work is being done on barges, hoppers, and tug boats at the facility. → Read More

'Pipsqueak Mailman' Jessten Oblinski brings mail, big smiles to Edinboro neighbors

Jessten Oblinski has been delivering cards to neighbors and the residents of Edinboro since June. He hopes it will make people happy in a tough year. → Read More

Pennsylvania Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Home hosts Wreaths Across America on Saturday

More than 200 volunteers placed wreaths on all 1,336 gravestones located in the PA Soldiers’ & Sailors’ Home Memorial Cemetery → Read More

Jack Hanrahan: Remembering artist Vitus J. Kaiser

Well-known Erie artist Vitus J. Kaiser died on Sept. 9 at 91. He spent six decades painting the landscapes of Erie County. → Read More