I am very happy to announce the first of hopefully many maps with this issue. This “map series” came from the idea of Gretchen who owns Retrospect, a thrift store on 12th street by the airport. She was saying how she had so many people come to her and ask where they could go for […]
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Things are moving along for The Marketplace Gazette as we head into this holiday season. Toby Keller, a friend of mine from Behrend who worked on the paper there with me, has joined the team here at the Gazette and is helping move things forward little by little. Much thanks to him and all the […]
Check out what special events are happening in Erie on our calendar. We feature musical events, kid friendly and unique things to do around town. Email us at marketplacegazette.com to have your event added!
Premier Promotions firstname.lastname@example.org Erie welcomes back a holiday shopping experience like no other, as one the nation’s most popular artisan markets, Christmas in the Country, returns to the Bayfront Convention Center November 16 and 17. This year, the event was ranked within the Top 100 Contemporary and Classic Art Festivals in the nation […]
Letter to the constituents: ‘In many communities across PA charge extra for leaf collection, but not in Erie’
Autumn in Erie is one of the best seasons. The hustle and bustle of squeezing everything you can fit into summer has past. The tourists on Presque Isle have all returned home. The days are warm and nights are crisp, with great sleeping weather. The students are back in school and there is a rhythm […]
Are you finding that your hobby is taking more of your time, money, and attention? Knowing if your hobby crosses the line to become a business is very important come tax time. While you might consider what you do a business, the IRS might not agree. Federal tax law requires that ALL income, unless specifically […]
Tony Gahagen staff writer Even though some may find it hard to believe, soccer is slowly starting to catch on in the United States. The MLS has expanded from 10 teams at its start in 1996 to 19 teams currently. As more people are taking interest, more kids are starting to play at […]
Jacob Jaros staff writer As the season changes from summer to fall, and the calendar turns from September to October, local baseball fans are able to rejoice. This is because the major league baseball playoffs are now upon us. This is a special year for fans of local teams, the Cleveland Indians and the Pittsburgh […]