The public is invited to a free event on Monday to celebrate the life and impact of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Members of the community who have been actively supporting the development of Love In the Name of Christ’s new program will have the opportunity to see the fruits of their labors at an open house on Jan. 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Love INC building on West Central Avenue.
A group of roughly 150 volunteers recreated the city of Bethlehem right in Titusville Friday, using a wide assortment of props, costumes and animals to tell the story of Jesus Christ’s birth.
Motorists traveling down Diamond Street will have something new to catch their attention, as a newly recreated neon sign for Missy’s Arcade Restaurant was installed Tuesday.
The gymnasium at the Early Childhood Learning Center was transformed into a world of witchcraft and wizardry Friday night, as the Titusville Regional Literacy Council held their latest Family Fun Night.
In a nearly 50-minute presentation that took up the majority of Tuesday’s meeting of Titusville City Council, Mayor Esther Smith responded to various critics, consisting of both public figures and private citizens, whom she accused of spreading falsehoods against city leadership.
It was once the gathering place of a congregation hoping to worship in their native tongue of German. It has a bell crafted from a cannon. It served as the home of the Benson Memorial Library’s executive director from 2015 to 2019.
The Titusville Iron Works has acquired a restaurant liquor license and plans to occasionally operate as a dining venue starting sometime in the spring.
The Crawford County Commissioners signed off on an agreement with the City of Titusville that will eventually bring a new receiver to the city for radio broadcasts from emergency services.
The fate of the South Perry Street Bridge was the object of discussion at a public meeting organized by Crawford County Commissioner candidate Dan Hunter on Tuesday held in Titusville.
Pennsylvania State Senator Scott Hutchinson (R-21) announced Friday that legislation aimed at delaying the closure of the Polk State Center will soon be introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate.
The very first Crawford Gives Day ended in resounding success, according to organizers of the donation drive, bringing in a total of $162,704.44 for a variety of non-profit groups in Crawford County from 1,754 donations over the course of Wednesday.
The Titusville Area School District entered a safety lockdown on Thursday after the discovery of an alleged shooting threat made on social media. However, Titusville Police located the Titusville High School student allegedly responsible for the threat and believe it was not credible.
On the fourth Friday of every month, a group of artists from across the Oil Region gather in Titusville to share their works. Some sing, some dance, some present poetry and some even give a stand-up comedy routine.
Carolyn Murphy (center, front row) reacts as she is named the 2019 Titusville Homecoming Queen while surrounded by her fellow members of the Homecoming Court, on Friday. She was presented with her crown by former Titusville Homecoming Queen Paxton Reed. Murphy is the daughter of Jason and Lo…
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.
Titusville’s annual Homecoming festivities will wrap up Saturday with the Homecoming dance. While Homecomings may come and go, this year’s iteration held a special significance for the Titusville Area School District.
In the summer of 1973, foreign exchange student Eriko Kinuta arrived in Titusville ahead of the start of the school year. She would join the Titusville High School Class of 1974 during their senior year, experiencing the culture of the United States and making many friends along the way.
Exactly one year since a kitchen fire gutted the Centerville eatery, work has begun on the remains of Gina’s Restaurant that will see it reopened and serving food once more.
The road to recovery for many people who suffer from substance abuse addiction can often be long and arduous. Several local organizations gathered in Scheide Park Friday to celebrate those who have beaten their addictions, while also encouraging those trekking the path to healthiness now.
SPARTANSBURG — It was a good day for the Titusville area at the Spartansburg Fair Tuesday, with around a dozen local residents taking part in the equestrian showing contests and several of them claiming ribbons along the way.