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October Overture turns a normally quiet Saturday night in the country into a rollicking good time. For people who like to watch uniformed marching musicians miraculously not run into each other as they weave in and out of formations without even looking where they are going, this is the plac…

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Lauryn Irwin, Crawford County’s Dairy Princess, competed in Harrisburg at the Pennsylvania Dairy Princess Pageant this past weekend, where she finished in the top 7, and placed for multiple components. 

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Pitt-Titusville has a new president, the sixth in school history. Rick Esch was inaugurated Sunday in a ceremony at Pitt-Bradford where he will also be serving as that institution’s fifth president.

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Over their 70 year history, if you needed specialty parts to be machined for your business, Grand Valley Manufacturing was the place to go. The company, located in the Titusville Opportunity Park, was known as a smaller player in the heavy machining world, according to Joe Nichols, manager o…

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MOUNTVILLE, Pa. —  AHF Products announced it will move manufacturing of select solid and engineered wood flooring products to its Beverly, West Virginia, Somerset, Kentucky and Only, Tennessee facilities in the U.S, and will be closing its factory in Titusville, Pa. where these products are …

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The annual charity event, Crawford Gives, took place on Monday and Tuesday. The 48- hour fundraising drive, which primarily takes place online, raised more than $654,503.40 for county nonprofits from more than 3,390 separate gifts.

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Editor’s Note — Following is an article about Wednesday’s visit to The Herald by Congressman Mike Kelly. Kelly’s opponent in the November General Election, Dan Pastore, will visit The Herald today. An article about Pastore’s visit will be published in tomorrow’s edition of The Titusville Herald.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic many bored people picked up new hobbies. You couldn’t find a bike to buy if you tried. Just about everyone tried their hand at making loaves of sourdough bread.

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On Thursday afternoon, Titusville City Council finally put the recent trash crisis behind them, as they unanimously voted to approve an emergency contract for refuse and recycling with Tri-County Industries, based out of Grove City.

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If you asked people what their happy place is, many would say laying in grass getting swarmed by puppies.

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Drake Well Museum and Park will host Drake Day on Saturday, Aug. 27, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. to commemorate the 163rd anniversary of the Drake Well oil strike and the birth of the modern petroleum industry.

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On Wednesday afternoon, Cheryl Eckart, of Conneautville, joined an illustrious club. Eckart was named the 2022 Four Star Homemaker of the Crawford County Fair. She took home one of the fair’s highest honors, and the famous red polo.

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For the past week, the City of Titusville has been in a bind when it comes to trash collection. With no refuse contractor, city employees and the public works department have been picking up the slack, and lots of garbage, to avoid a public health crisis.

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The residents of Titusville have waited a long time for the S. Perry Street Bridge to be demolished. After years of waiting, preparation work for the demolition of the bridge started on Monday.

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An Erie County resident alerted The Herald that they recently received a letter from The Voter Project, a third party political advocacy group, soliciting them to request a mail-in ballot. The solicitation notice included personal information about the voter.  The letter also included web ad…

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A Titusville woman was killed Saturday night when the UTV she was operating  crashed into barricades blocking the closed South Perry Street Bridge.

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For one weekend in August, the best of Titusville is on display for all to see. For the annual Oil Festival, taking place tomorrow and Saturday, relatives and friends come back to town to celebrate the Titusville community, eat good food, watch the parade and enjoy all that the town has to offer.

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PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, Warren County — The Warren County Fair had the first full day of activities on Tuesday. The rides were full of kids, stomachs were full of food and the show ring full of spectators for the Cowboy Mounted Shooting Demonstration.

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FRENCHCREEK TOWNSHIP, Venango County — At the beginning of the 2022 Toyota Rodeo at the Venango County Fair, which took place this past Saturday night, the announcer said that this country could use less politicians, and needs more cowboys. Little did he know, one man, Venango County Commiss…

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Two new CEOs took the helm of the Crawford County Federated Library System (CCFLS) starting June 1, 2022. After the retirement of longtime CCFLS CEO John Brice at the end of May, Jessica Hilburn and Dan Slozat were named co-CEOs and System Administrators. In addition to their new roles, Hilb…

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Titusville Community Development Agencies (TCDA) recently wrote a grant application to PetSafe brand to be selected for a chance to win funds for a new dog park at the Ed Myer Complex. Titusville was chosen and is one of 30 finalists for the popular Bark for Your Park grant contest. This yea…

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MEADVILLE — For only a couple days notice, Nerissa Galt, who is the Democratic nominee running for election to the State House in the Sixth District, was happy with the “medium turnout” for the pro-choice rally she organized — what was called by one speaker on the bullhorn a “small local act…

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It was a busy night at the Titusville Police Department on Tuesday. There were people going in and out of the cells, and plenty of citizens in the back of cop cars.

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Kids love making a mess. Becky Stahl, Benson Memorial Library’s youth services librarian, understands that while kids like playing in the dirt, not all parents want to clean up from these type of activities. So, the Benson Memorial Library, at their STEM ocean experiments activity on Thursda…

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The summer season is full of high temperatures, when just walking from your front door to the car can lead to some sweat on the brow. While there are many ways to cool off, who doesn’t love going down to the pool, or creek, and going for a swim.

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PITTSBURGH — Heading into the bottom of the seventh inning of Saturday night’s Major League Baseball game between the Miami Marlins and the Pittsburgh Pirates, the public address announcer at PNC Park announced a few defensive changes for the Marlins.