The wreckage of a steamer that sank in Lake Erie over a century ago and eluded shipwreck hunters for decades has finally been found off the Ohio shore, according to the National Museum of the Great Lakes.
The next predicted perihelion of Halley’s Comet will occur on July 28, 2061. Those of us lucky enough to still be alive then will have a great view of the famous orb because it will be on the same side of the Sun as the Earth. Unfortunately, the number of us lucky enough to see... Read more »
Cornerback Vontae Davis is making his way around the Great Lakes in search of a new home. Davis was in Buffalo to visit with the Bills on Thursday and Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that he’s made his way down the coast of Lake Erie on Friday. Davis is in Cleveland to visit with the [more]
A U.S.-Canadian agency says there's little doubt that commercial fertilizer and manure are the top sources of phosphorus pollution in western Lake Erie.
Wind energy sets sail on the Great Lakes Andy Belaskovitz, January 18, 2018 (Green Biz) “…[After eight years of up and down progress, the Lake Erie Energy Development Corp. (LEEDCo) public–private partnership is about to succeed as,Show More Summary
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Joseph Helle was expecting a different sort of reception when he returned home from Army tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and showed up to vote in his small Ohio town near Lake Erie.
Erie, Pennsylvania, got blanketed in 5 feet of snow.
During a cold and snowy soccer match in Scotland Friday, a fight broke out between the two teams' fans — a snowball fight. SEE ALSO: Lake Erie's 5 feet of snow sure makes for some weird ass stunts After a scoreless first half between Scottish Championship league teams St. Show More Summary
Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson is a man of his word — or at least he does the best that he can. Around this time last year, Jackson looked toward 2017 and swore that his team would not lose 15 games two years in a row. Unfortunately for Cleveland fans, he was unable to fulfill that promise...
Many people dream of a white Christmas, but the good people around Lake Erie probably never dreamed of this. A record-breaking storm flew through the great lake this week, dropping more than 65 inches of snow in parts of Pennsylvania. Show More Summary
At the end of last season, Hue Jackson vowed to jump in the lake if Browns went 1-15 again.
His team already sunk, Browns coach Hue Jackson is taking the plunge.
Say this about Hue Jackson: He is a man of his word. Last year, when his Cleveland Browns finished 1-15, he said he’d “be swimming in the lake over there somewhere” if the team went 1-15 again. Welp, the Browns are looking hard at finishing 1-15, 0-16 or 0-15-1 as they travel to Pittsburgh for […]
Hue Jackson won’t backpedal on the backstroke. He vowed Wednesday to make good on his promise to swim in Lake Erie if the Browns went 1-15 again, and they’re 0-15 heading into Sunday’s season finale in Pittsburgh. “So how many people are jumping in the lake with me?” he said at the start of his [...]
Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson is a man of his word.
The Browns coach is definitely a man of his word
Browns coach Hue Jackson says he'll make good on his word and swim in Lake Erie because of his team's bad record
Hue Jackson promised that the Browns wouldn’t go 1-15 again this year, and that if they did he’d jump into Lake Erie. So while he has a loophole (they may go 0-16), he is prepared to make good on his pledge, and dive into the frigid waters. Via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain [more]
That lake, during this time of year? That’s mighty cold. At the end of last season, Browns head coach Hue Jackson made a promise about the 2017 season. “I'm not going 1-15,” he said. “No. I'll be swimming in that lake [Erie] over there somewhere. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, the city of Erie, Pennsylvania signed a declaration of disaster emergency, after a two-day storm dumped 5-feet of snow. Heavy lake-effect snow set record-setting snowfall totals in the snow belts to the east of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. From 7 p.m. Show More Summary