Lynne Beaty, assistant professor of biology, and her research team are determined to find out if the population of this invasive species is increasing — and what that could mean for Lake Erie.

From sun-soaked celebrations to music-filled nights, mark your calendar for an array of festivals and fun along the shores of Lake Erie.

The total eclipse over Lake Erie may have been a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but moments of wonder and celebration don’t have to be.

April 8 offered a once-in-a-lifetime experience — and three local photographers captured it in very different ways.

Editor Colleen Smitek reveals the inspiration behind this year's Travel Guide — to nudge you out of your comfortable corner of Lake Erie and discover all the magnificent adventures that await along the shoreline and beyond.

We won’t experience another total solar eclipse until 2099, making April 8 a must-see celestial celebration. Here you’ll find some of the best places to enjoy the show, along with the precise time the totality begins in each location.

Discover how this beloved Northeast Ohio tradition is transforming from a once a year event to a year-round organization.

Get a closer look at the robots who are helping to clean up the thousands of pounds material that blight our beaches.

Make your way to Magee Marsh Wildlife Area in Ottawa County, Ohio, to discover a rich birding habitat filled with around 100 nests of some of the Midwest's most majestic creatures.

When Sir Yacht told nearly 5 million people that Lake Erie is "the worst" of the Great Lakes, we had to call him on it.