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The Pleasantville Fire Hall will be filled with laughter and one-liners tonight, as the Pleasantville Volunteer Fire Department hosts its second ever funny fundraiser.

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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 attention through the world wide web.

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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.” According to music director Jerry Knickerbocker, this was the first of several dress rehearsals prior to the start of the show on July 11.

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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 alongside local a music act, The Probables. This event was previously called the Heart of the Arts Festival, or HOTA Fest.

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In the realm of artistic expression and freedom, one might expect one band’s version of another person’s song to sound at least vaguely similar. This, however, is often not the case with Warren-based band Company Townes, which is on the verge of releasing its second original album which cons…

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This Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the Titusville High School put on The Addams Family: A New Musical Comedy. Here are some shots of the performance. 

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What began as three local men sharing their passion for Bigfoot and other unproven creatures has turned into an international community for sharing information on “cryptids, country living and things that go bump in the night.”

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Scheide Park will transform into something of an art gallery today, as the Oil Region Coalition of Artists’ (ORCA) Art in the Park event will mark its return from 2 to 7 p.m.

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Concert goers didn’t let Monday evening’s rain keep them from enjoying the ‘Necessary Experience’ show at Titusville Council on the Arts Concerts in the Park series. The band, based out of Erie with rock roots, jammed out in the Scheide Park gazebo. At the show’s conclusion, frontman Matt Ne…

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Fans of the popular holiday movie, “Elf,” can catch a live version of this holiday favorite on Thursday and Friday when the Titusville High School Drama Club puts on a production of “Elf Jr.” 

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Editor’s note: This is the first installment in a weekly series of travel columns from a former Titusville resident.

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Titusville Summer Theater’s ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ opened on Thursday. The cast, including Seymour Krelborn (left), played by Chase Upchurch, and Audrey II, voiced by Joe Thompson (right), provided PG-13 level humor as they followed the story of Seymour and his odd plant, Audrey II, which …

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“Diving in headfirst” was the spirit that led Titusville native Kris Bennett throughout his BMX career, and it is the spirit that is taking him and fellow former locals into their latest venture — a renovation show on HGTV. 

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They’re all in this together: The French Creek Community Theater held a dress rehearsal for its latest production — High School Musical on Stage. Maja Heuchert, left, will play the role of Sharpay Evans, and Joel Ploski, right, will play the role of Ryan Evans. Behind them, Skylar Morrell (a…

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Those attending the Titusville High School musical this year will be transported back in time to when Elvis Presley was “The King” of rock-and-roll and the Ed Sullivan Show was a must-watch.

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Visitors peruse the creations of local area artists while snacking on hors devours and speaking with the artists. Thursday’s event was the most well attended of its four years, according to organizers. The Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Titusville Council on the Arts held the fo…

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“You are beautiful, and you are enough,” was a phrase heard multiple times throughout Boomer’s Cafe on University of Pittsburgh at Titusville’s campus on Thursday evening, as writer and spoken word poet Carlos Andrés Gómez emphasized the importance and value of every being on this planet.

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At the age of 16, many are focused on homework, attending practice for various sports, extra curricular activities, and what’s in store for the weekend. Amber Turba, a graduate of West Forest High School and a Pleasantville resident, however, spent her days writing her first novel.

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SPARTANSBURG — Area residents who want to ring in the New Year with a bang can head to Spartansburg for the 13th annual Gibson Fireworks New Year’s Eve celebration on Saturday.

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With the help of local volunteer storytellers and photo and video curators from Titusville, WQLN-TV is preparing for the Thursday premiere of its original documentary, “Our Town: Stories from Titusville,” a video scrapbook of the people, places, and happenings of the town known as “The Valle…

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Halloween is coming soon. Communities in Crawford and Venango counties have plenty of fun in store for all the little goblins.

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>> Maplewood, Saegertown students emerge from combined band

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When Sam Gordon was a little boy, his family had a radio in nearly every room, and he could see the big WKRZ callsign on a tower atop Rich Hill from his Oil City front porch.