The public is invited to see inside the historic Tarbell House on Saturday, Aug. 8, from noon to 4 p.m., during Titusville’s annual Oil Festival.
FRANKLIN — “Building Memories: The Venango County Fair.”
A Hydetown area man waived to court felony charges of distributing child pornography on Monday in Magisterial District Judge Amy Nicols’ Titusville office.
The Franklin Fine Arts Council will sponsor Taste of Franklin Weekend, which includes entertainment and food, Friday through Sunday.
The Iron Fence and the Rose – By: Benu G. McKinney
Carl Olson and Friends will play Monday's concert of the Concerts in the Park series, held by Titusville Council on the Arts.
PITHOLE — This long-abandoned city’s streets were filled Sunday afternoon, as no fewer than 300 “cranks” made their way along windy and wooded roads to watch a game of base ball as it was originally intended to be played, in the 1860s.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf acknowledged Friday that nonprofit social services providers may have to borrow money during the state budget stalemate, but he said they should share his broader goal of doing the right thing for Pennsylvania.
Corry area resident Alisa Puckly is on a quest — a quest to find her family’s Bible, a book once cherished by John Vanderhoof.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Scientists have identified a “close cousin” to Earth that’s orbiting a sun-like star and might harbor life.
Volunteer group needs help getting downtown ready for Oil Fest
OIL CITY — Portions of state Route 89, north of Titusville, are scheduled to be closed to through traffic during daylight work hours throughout the coming month due to drainage improvement work.
MONACA (AP) — A proposed petrochemical plant in western Pennsylvania would use — and generate — a substantial amount of power.
The sights and sounds of battle will be present once again in Tidioute on Saturday, Aug. 1, beginning at 3 p.m.
WARREN COUNTY — An area man was charged with simple assault and terroristic threats on Tuesday after he allegedly took a handgun from his pocket and waved it around and then reportedly grabbed a woman before leaving a property on Oil Creek Road, in Spring Creek Township.
The deadline for the first round of grants provided by the Downtown Titusville Facade Improvement Project is July 31.
VENANGO COUNTY — A preliminary hearing for an Oil City man who state police say may be linked to 16 burglaries in the area has been continued to Aug. 5, at 8:30 a.m., in Venango Central Court.
Miss Crawford County Fair Queen Samantha Mattocks, of Guys Mills, was the guest speaker during the Titusville Rotary Club’s meeting on Tuesday, in the basement of Northwest Savings Bank.
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Julie Boemmel, of Pleasantville, was the winner of the “Get Outdoors in Titusville” Facebook photo contest. Boemmel won a Cannondale Adventure 2 bicycle, provided by Emig’s Bicycle Shop, in Meadville.
The Titusville Area School Board announced during its Monday night meeting that it may be adopting a new suicide prevention policy.
This Sunday, Drake Well Museum and Park and the Friends of Drake Well will host Vintage Baseball at Pithole, one of many programs scheduled to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Pennsylvania’s legendary oil boomtown.
City council at Tuesday’s voting meeting unanimously repealed parking restrictions for the east side of South Brown Street after a local business submitted a request to do so.
After the city pound on St. John Street sustained damage in a recent storm, the Titusville Police Department is unable to house dogs there. For the time being, police won’t be picking up stray dogs. ‘We hope this is just a temporary situation,’ the department posted on its Facebook page, Tuesday. Until the city is able to lodge dogs again, residents who find strays will have to call Ron Yochum, state dog warden, at (814) 694-8200. ‘Be advised that [Yochum] covers all of Crawford County, and there may be a delay in his response to pick up dogs,’ the department cautioned.
OIL CITY — Summertime for many present and past residents of Oil City is defined by four days in July. The 2015 Oil Heritage Festival will add more memories to the season starting on Thursday.
Crawford County READ Program and Titusville Area School District have parted ways. Both are holding fall GED sessions.
A so-called “man-bun” may have saved a man from a potential head injury when his Harley Davidson motorcycle was rear-ended by a pick-up truck on Friday afternoon.
Titusville’s newest eatery, Christy’s Restaurant, at 109 W. Spring St., was bustling as waitresses took orders from customers following the grand opening/ribbon cutting on Thursday.
For color runners, Saturday will be like Christmas morning. The local United Way’s second annual Color Blast 5K Family Fun Run/Walk will begin at 11:15 a.m.