Demonstration day is Tuesday for attendees of the Erie Chamber-sponsored Accelerator Program

The downtown Erie skyline is shown on August 18 looking south on State Street from Perry Square.

The FIRE Accelerator program sponsored by the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership will host a demonstration day on Tuesday, 5-7 p.m. at the HO Hirt Auditorium at the Blasco Library.

Demonstration Day is the program’s graduation showcase for the six companies that will graduate from the 2021 program.

Registration is compulsory. For more information visit:


The Greater Erie Council of Realtors raised over $ 19,000 for charity at its fourth annual Designer Bag Bingo Plus event.

The $ 19,306 raised by the event will be donated to the Veterans Miracle Center in Erie. This is the fourth consecutive year that the project has raised more than $ 10,000.


Penn State Behrend presents a new interdisciplinary science and business major that will prepare students for positions in the business offices of laboratories, pharmaceutical companies or environmental companies.

“Science-related companies often have to spend time familiarizing new hires with the ins and outs of the more technical aspects of their operation,” said Michael Rutter, associate professor of statistics and co-chair of the ISB program. “Our graduates will already have a foundation in these key scientific concepts, and will have the skills to manage the business aspects of their roles.”

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