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When snow falls in Titusville, it means more work for some and more play for others. For the first time this winter, Titusville residents, like most others in northwestern Pennsylvania, woke up to their streets, cars and houses covered in snow. City workers have been plowing streets for the …

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When Max Cole was growing up on his family’s farm in Hydetown, his father would wake him up early in the morning for chores with a saying — “Are you gonna have a good day today Max? Because that is up to you.”

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MEADVILLE — Due to extreme demand within Crawford County, the board of commissioners with the assistance of the Governor’s office and the Pennsylvania Department of Health have secured additional COVID-19 testing within Crawford County.

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They say great minds think alike. Two local organizations, The Benson Memorial Library and Titusville Regional Literacy Council (TRLC), are on the same page, as both are offering digital literacy and computer basics classes free to the public starting this week.

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On Wednesday evening, a Herald man noticed debris on the sidewalk outside of the Park Building. The debris, large chunks of stone, had fallen from the decorative parapet near the roof of the building, down three stories to the pavement.

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“We are working together. It is not three of us versus two of them. It is a unified council of five people trying to do the best for the city of Titusville,” said Councilman Jason Drake during Monday night’s meeting of council.

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Tuesday’s Titusville City Council meeting was one of finality. With new members set to join council at the beginning of the new year, council closed a chapter that included turmoil and many surprises.

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PLEASANTVILLE, Venango County — It was a bittersweet meeting for the Pleasantville Borough Council Tuesday night as the council members happily passed the final 2022 budget, with no tax increases, but had to say goodbye to borough secretary Stephanie Drake.

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Years ago Santa used to visit Crosscreek Resort for a holiday meal. Santa also used to come visit the Titusville Country Club for a Sunday brunch.

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The Venango County Commissioners checked two big items on their 2021 to-do-list during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting, when they approved the final 2022 budget and certified the official election results for the 2021 General Election.

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Ed Holcomb used to be big into the local music scene. He started playing at the age of nine, and up until he decided to leave his dreams behind was a regular playing frequently at local bars, nightclubs and weddings.

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Bullying is a problem that can start at an early age and progresses. Students can learn bad habits at a young age, and continue this behavior well into high school, where the bullying can lead to serious problems.

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OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP — The Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Board of Supervisors said that to make the township raise taxes for the first time in 25 years, it would take an act of God.

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According to Titusville Fire Chief Joe Lamey, a fire that started around 10 p.m. Wednesday night at the Homerwood flooring facility was contained to the dust collection system.

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The Titusville Area School District Board of School Directors added a fresh face to its ranks before re-electing two familiar ones to leadership positions at their reorganization meeting Monday night.

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It takes a village to build a village. Grace Fellowship Church, located on McKinney Road off of Route 8, is a church with a congregation that is involved.

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When Titusville Middle School eighth grader Hailie Blakeslee was growing up, she loved sitting down in front of the television and turning on her favorite cartoons.

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The lights have been strung, the frames have been assembled and the switch has been turned on. Holiday at Burgess is back.

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The Titusville Redevelopment Authority is partnering with local businesses and the Benson Memorial Library to encourage area residents to shop local this holiday season.