The crew at John Adams Cycling & Fitness are busy assembling new bikes. Jack Hanrahan @ETNHanrahan
In the summer, during the peak of cycling season, the crew at John Adams Cycling & Fitness stays busy performing hundreds of bike repairs per week.While some cyclists brave the winter and continue to ride, many cyclists hang their bike in the garage or haul it into the basement. With less repairs to handle, the bike shop changes its focus this time of year.
Jack Hanrahan @ETNHanrahan
Walter Thomas III, 73, of Erie walks Dec. 31 along West 11th Street trailed by his friend Bessie Gavin, 58. Thomas graduated from Strong Vincent High School in 1963 and served in the Vietnam War. "I hope in the New Year there will be peace in the middle east, but you can forget about that," said Thomas. JACK HANRAHAN/Erie 366 is a daily look at people, places and moments in and around Erie.
Jack Hanrahan @ETNHanrahan
About 300 Times Old Newsies were out in force Friday, selling Erie Times-News editions and collecting donations at more than 200 locations around Erie County. The organization, which started 76 years ago, has collected more than $2.6 million to date from the Erie community.The day's final total was $87,490.91 raised for the Times Needy Fund, according to Jerry Trost, president of the Times Old Newsies.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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