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Heat wave descends upon Northwest Pennsylvania

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High daily temperatures upwards of 90 degrees Fahrenheit are common during the latter days of July in Titusville. However, high rates of humidity indicate a dangerous heat wave sweeping over much of Northwest Pennsylvania and Northeast Ohio.

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  • Titusville Perkins may close

    Titusville Perkins may close

  • Bradley J. Donovan, 65

    Bradley J. Donovan, 65

    Bradley J. Donovan, 65, of Centerville, was called away to heaven unexpectedly on Tuesday, July 16, 2019. He was born on Oct. 27, 1953, in Titusville, son of the late James and Arlene Goodwill Donovan. He married his best friend and favorite breakfast date, Dolores Smith on April 9, 1977, she survives.  

  • Julia Ann Jackson, 56

    Julia Ann Jackson, 56

    Julia Ann Jackson, 56, of Titusville passed away unexpectedly on Friday, July 12, 2019, at the Titusville Area Hospital shortly after her arrival.

  • Driver evades local police in high-speed chase

    A driver of a black Hyundai managed to elude Titusville Police in a high speed chase which took place Friday afternoon.

  • Home destroyed in fire

    Home destroyed in fire

    The cause of a fire which destroyed a then-empty Troy Township home early Wednesday morning is under investigation by fire marshals from the Pennsylvania State Police.

  • Gary S. Boyle, 67

    Gary S. Boyle, 67

    Gary S. Boyle, 67, of Guys Mills, passed away, Friday, July 12, 2019, unexpectedly at his residence. He was born on March 3, 1952, in Titusville, a son of Carl Mert Boyle and Jane Foley Boyle.  

  • Online furniture painter moves to town

    Online furniture painter moves to town

    There’s a new painter in Titusville, though one who works on an unconventional form of canvas, and whose works have drawn international attention through the world wide web.

  • Titusville native among final five at World Series of Poker

    Titusville native among final five at World Series of Poker

    LAS VEGAS — The second-largest World Series of Poker field of 8,569 players has been narrowed down to just five. Garry Gates, a Titusville native and current Henderson, Nevada resident, is one of those five vying for the top prize of $10 million. 

  • Lester W. Byler, 79

    Lester W. Byler, 79, died July 17, 2019. He was married for 60 years to Ester U. (Miller) Byler.  Calling hours will be Thursday and Friday at his residence, 19690 Bangs Lane, Spartansburg.

  • Former Titusville Rocket JJ Bleday signs with Marlins

    Former Titusville Rocket JJ Bleday signs with Marlins

    MIAMI — Vanderbilt outfielder J.J. Bleday, the fourth overall pick in last month's amateur draft, agreed to a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins that includes a $6.67 million signing bonus.

Finney Road Bridge may soon be repaired

Finney Road Bridge may soon be repaired

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A vote by the Crawford County Commissioners that will eventually see a currently closed bridge in Oil Creek Township repaired and reopened is …

Home destroyed in fire

Home destroyed in fire

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The cause of a fire which destroyed a then-empty Troy Township home early Wednesday morning is under investigation by fire marshals from the P…

Online furniture painter moves to town

Online furniture painter moves to town

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There’s a new painter in Titusville, though one who works on an unconventional form of canvas, and whose works have drawn international attent…

Titusville Perkins may close

Titusville Perkins may close

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Regional engine society to hold annual summer show

Regional engine society to hold annual summer show

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Remembering the fallen

Remembering the fallen

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In 2005, a U.S. Marine reserves company based out of Lima, Ohio made headlines for their heroism during their deployment in Iraq. Artist Anita…

Driver evades local police in high-speed chase

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A driver of a black Hyundai managed to elude Titusville Police in a high speed chase which took place Friday afternoon.

Part of Route 27 to close July 22

Part of Route 27 to close July 22

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Timbering of county forest approved

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Old Home Days celebrates 50 years

Old Home Days celebrates 50 years

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Oversaturated: Area farmers work against heavy summer rainfall

Oversaturated: Area farmers work against heavy summer rainfall

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Stormy weekend brings floods

Stormy weekend brings floods

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Pleasant times at the Pleasantville Festival

Pleasant times at the Pleasantville Festival

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The Pleasantville Festival is returning for another year on Sunday. However, it was not long ago that the community celebration was once in da…

Crawford County votes verified

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The Crawford County Election Board gave final certification to the ballots cast in the 2019 primary election on Tuesday morning.

Area communities plan wide range  of celebrations for Independence Day

Area communities plan wide range of celebrations for Independence Day

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Celebrations to commemorate the founding of the United States will take place across Northwest Pennsylvania not just on July 4, but today and …

Cast of ’Shrek: The Musical’ prepares for opening night

Cast of ’Shrek: The Musical’ prepares for opening night

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Actors donned their costumes for the first time on Monday in preparation for Titusville Summer Theater’s production of “Shrek: The Musical.” A…

Hydetown approves Main Street work

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Hydetown Borough Council unanimously approved for road work to be done on portions of Main Street by Suit-Kote on the condition that the initi…

A trip through Titusville’s gardens

A trip through Titusville’s gardens

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In the spirit of summer, area residents were able to experience floral displays in their neighbor’s backyards as part of a garden tour organiz…

Starting off a weekend of music with major star power

Starting off a weekend of music with major star power

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The annual Titusville Folk and Bluegrass Festival started off with star power on Friday night, as singer-songwriter Lisa Loeb took the stage a…