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After nearly 100 years of operation, the Titusville Polish National Alliance Group 2031 will be closing its doors on Tuesday.

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After years of contemplation, John and Sue Stewart, owners of Hawk’s Grocery and Smokehouse, took the plunge and purchased a food truck from a local man. 

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Titusville City Council tonight will vote on approving a request from Giant Eagle to transfer a liquor license into the city for beer and wine sales at its GetGo gas station location, at 103 S. Perry St.

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Titusville Iron Works signage that recently cropped up on the outside of the Days Home Furnishings and Appliances building has had many in town whispering about what could possibly be in the works for the familiar furniture store, and what the signage could mean. 

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Along state Route 8, in Hydetown, employees are buzzing around Beeman Direct Bee Supplies. 

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VENANGO TOWNSHIP — Throughout the past 11 years, Sprague Farm and Brew Works has received nonstop commitment from owners Brian and Minnie Sprague.  

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After a five-year search for a partner to help take Carter Orthopedics’ brand of patient-centered services from its regional footprint into a larger market, the local company has inked a merger deal with Union Orthotics and Prosthetics, of Lawrenceville.

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A contractor’s truck was parked in front of the Love INC office, at 220 W. Central Ave., in Titusville, on Thursday and contractor Gene Hardner was taking measurements inside Love INC’s Love Re-Stored Boutique and Gift Shoppe.

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Since shortly after the prohibition era ended in the U.S., the Oaks Tavern and Restaurant, in Hydetown, has been serving adult beverages and a range of food menu items.

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In the summer months, there’s something particularly satisfying about the smell of smoked meats permeating the air. Accompany those meats with a barbecue glaze or a particular rub, and the dish will likely be a summertime favorite.

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The 44 offices of Northwest Consumer Discount Company, including one in Titusville, will close in July, and accounts will be transitioned into its parent Northwest Bank branches.

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SAN DIEGO — President-elect Donald Trump agreed Friday to pay $25 million to settle lawsuits against his now-defunct Trump University for real estate investors, averting a trial in a potentially embarrassing case that he had vowed during the campaign to keep fighting.

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>> Airport manager OC Bell built a reputation for getting travelers where they needed to go — even driving them himself.

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With the sale of the historic Park Building earlier this month, and the sale of its near neighbor, the Keystone/Owls Building in March, there is a sliver of cautious optimism in the local commercial real estate market.

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One month before flames tore through the upper floor of the Towne Square Building in early 2015, a meeting to gauge local interest in creating a retail incubator was held in an empty storefront on the building’s first floor.

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OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP, Crawford County — Township supervisors during Thursday’s monthly meeting announced the under-construction Tractor Supply Co. store is expected to open Jan. 15.

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>> The Donovans, dairy farmers for nearly four decades, will be honored at the fair.

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Meadville — The Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation granted Meadville Medical Center Level III Trauma Center Accreditation status, starting Sept. 1.

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At Monday’s Titusville Redevelopment Authority meeting, Executive Director Jim Becker noted that the USDA has approved the authority’s lending policy criteria, and local businesses within the Titusville Area School District footprint may soon apply for some of the $500,000 loan awarded to th…

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Continued work to rebuild the fire and water damaged Towne Square Building received a funding boost recently, in the form of a $95,000 grant from the United States Department of Agriculture, it was announced on Tuesday.

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Lee Clinton, the man chosen to take over as CEO of Titusville Area Hospital, will be flying in from Missouri, today, to be introduced to hospital leaders and community members at a private dinner this evening.

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MEADVILLE — Titusville Area Hospital’s Board of Directors, and leadership at Meadville Medical Center, announced late Friday afternoon the appointment of the next chief executive officer of Titusville Area Hospital.

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MEADVILLE — Titusville Area Hospital’s Board of Directors and leadership at Meadville Medical Center announced today the appointment of Lee Clinton as the next chief executive officer of Titusville Area Hospital and vice president of systems integration at Meadville Medical Center.  

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OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP, Crawford County — A proposed Tractor Supply Company store, just outside city limits, took a major step forward, Monday; and groundbreaking could happen as early as mid-June.

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FRANKLIN — Joy Global’s manufacturing Plant No. 1 in Franklin will be closing its doors by July 1.