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HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania is imposing broad new statewide restrictions on bars and restaurants and larger indoor gatherings, Gov. Tom Wolf announced Wednesday, citing an "alarming escalation" in new coronavirus infections and heavily criticizing people who he said had disregarded public…

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 Break out the lawn chairs and call your local music lover, the Titusville Council on the Arts “Concerts in the Park” series is set for a glorious return.  

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Hydetown Elementary School had a clothing drive with Goodwill Industries in February and part of March, before the pandemic struck. It was a service learning project initiated by Debbie Edwards, a Keystone SMILES Americorps volunteer, and the learners at Hydetown school. Miss Stephanie Cicer…

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NEW YORK (AP) — Ric Edelman, founder of financial-advisory firm Edelman Financial Engines, has helped clients navigate several downturns over the decades, and in some ways this one is just like any other. 

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Officer Derek Chauvin had more than a dozen misconduct complaints against him before he put his knee on George Floyd’s neck. Daniel Pantaleo, the New York City officer who seized Eric Garner in a deadly chokehold, had eight. Ryan Pownall, a Philadelphia officer facing mur…

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The Crawford County fair board officially set the dates for the 2021 Crawford County fair during their meeting at the fairgrounds on Thursday. The fair board members voted to hold the fair next year from Saturday, Aug. 21 to Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021.

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Imagine strolling along a brick street, stopping in quaint little shops to chat with the owners, maybe purchasing their wares and then picking a cozy spot to relax under some puffy clouds and nibbling on some gourmet cuisine.

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TROY TOWNSHIP — As Cheryl and Lowell Muir enjoy the sites and sounds of spring from their front porch, the latest site is the abundance of cars and other vehicles making their way through Hydetown and on to Townville. However, most travelers seeking to reach Townville do not wind up reaching…

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As spring blossoms each year, the Titusville Garden Club scours the neighborhoods of Titusville and the surrounding areas in search of an outstanding garden to recognize as the Garden of the Month. 

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You may not think of rural Centerville, Pennsylvania as the home of hundreds of athletes of incredible prowess. But Saturday, a demonstration on Yochum Road made a case for the world to take notice. The glistening muscular physiques of your average and, in some cases, not so average pond jum…

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Kate McAllister, daughter of Dr. Scott and Donna McAllister, has been named the 2020 recipient of the Carrell Rainey Science Scholarship. She was selected to receive the honor by the Titusville High School science faculty.  

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During these unpredictable times, finding ways to make it day after day has become immensely strenuous. However, while the world watches and waits for issues “like COVID-19” to resolve themselves, a Titusville resident is making quality use of over 40 years of art, puppetry and story telling. 

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If you have the opportunity to walk around Titusville High School in the coming days you may be amused, inspired and even amazed at the artwork created on the sidewalk.

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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — As if trips to the grocery store weren’t nerve-wracking enough, U.S. shoppers lately have seen the costs of meat, eggs and even potatoes soar as the coronavirus has disrupted processing plants and distribution networks.

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TOWNVILLE — If you’ve had the good fortune to drive through Townville recently, you’ve witnessed a beautiful tribute to the Maplewood High School Class of 2020.

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Tuesday marks another chance for the voices of Pennsylvania residents to be heard as Election Day will be upon us. Polls for the 2020 Primary will be open across the state at 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. For those that have chosen to participate in the election via absentee and mail-in ballots, the c…

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For those who think that a small act of kindness is just that — small — you might want to reconsider. Just ask Carole Brink, of Cooperstown, and her daughter, Amber McKain, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky. What started as a “small act of kindness” in Elizabethtown has metamorphosed into a regiona…

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf said Friday he is easing some pandemic restrictions in Philadelphia and the heavily populated suburbs on June 5, while lifting them almost entirely in 17 rural counties next week as Pennsylvania continues to emerge from a shutdown imposed nearly two month…

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UNIVERSITY PARK — An interactive map unveiled recently by Penn State Extension and created in consultation with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission — will help internet service providers as they prepare to bid on projects to expand broadband services to unserved regions in Pennsylvania.

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The City of Titusville is requesting residents recycle corrugated cardboard at the City Garage, 120 Saint John Street, in the dumpster marked “Cardboard Only.” Cardboard will not be picked up at the curb. Any questions or concerns can be directed to City Hall at (814) 827-5300 ext. 315.

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HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) received notice that the number “582” will be the new overlay area code for the current 814 area code, which covers all or parts of 27 counties across Central and Northwestern Pennsylvania.

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At Thursday night’s Crawford County Fair Board meeting via Zoom, the fair board approved a motion to make their final decision about the 2020 Fair by June 1. All eight members of the board approved Kathy Klink’s motion to “send a letter to Variety asking to move the artist contracts to 2021 …

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MEADVILLE — Crawford County Commissioners gave the green light to various upgrades and renovations at 14 health care facilities affiliated with Meadville Medical Center, including Titusville Area Hospital.

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MEADVILLE — Crawford County District Attorney Francis Schultz issued a statement on Tuesday regarding law enforcement and potential action against businesses that open in alleged violation of orders from the governor’s office.

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PLEASANTVILLE — Pleasantville Borough Council President Harvey Long updated council regarding two “major” recent water main breaks in the borough.