A big thanks for our friends at Molly Brannigan’s, The Skunk & Goat Tavern and The Cork 1794 for partnering with us and getting 215 meals over to Saint Vincent Hospital today. We have 200 more meals going to Saint Vincent’s this week and 200 meals going to UPMC Hamot at some point next week. These restaurants have. . .
**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf has mandated we close our physical office locations Thursday March 19th at 8:00 pm. We will still be here to serve you via; phone, text, email & chat. Please contact us at the phone number you are familiar with to reach the staff. . .
Coronavirus is not only putting your personal health at risk it is time to start considering your business as well. Employees working from home are more susceptible to cyber losses because of laissez-faire work from home attitude. Employees who do not commonly work from home do not understand the extra. . .
When we first heard news about the Flag Ship City Curling League we knew we had to secure a spot to compete and maybe bring home a championship. Sadly we are staring down the pipe at a 2-3 record with barely any shot at the playoffs. However we have come. . .
If you are using sub-contractors in your business; the department of labor has issued it’s final joint employer rule on Sunday. This is important because you could be charged workers compensation premium for your sub-contractors employees. When using sub-contractors make sure you are aware of the new four factor “balancing. . .
We have officially broken ground at the corner of 12th Street & Peach Street. Thankfully the weather held off long enough so we could get this project started late in the year. This is part one of the revitalization effort we are working on downtown. It will be long process,. . .
We have decided to cosponsor the Miller Mistletoe Mile with our friends at the The Skunk & Goat Tavern this year. It is a 1 mile race from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM through Gibson Park in North East, Pennsylvania on Sunday December 22, 2019. All proceeds from the race will go to The. . .
This past summer Pete Zaphiris, Principal and Sole Owner of Great Lakes Insurance Services Group, was approached by Patrick Fisher, Director of Erie Arts & Culture, who had a plan to bring muralists to downtown Erie and connect them with business owners who were active in the community revitalization going. . .
Demolition day in the rear of 121 State Street, Erie, PA 16501. This space will eventually host future development at the Metropolitan. The Metropolitan will be high value apartments on it’s top two floors and class A office space on the first floor. The building will also be wrapped in. . .