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During the May Titusville Area School District Board of School Directors meetings, District Business Manager Shawn Sampson said that numbers could change before the school board accepted the final budget at their June meetings.

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While interacting with some knife enthusiasts, Randy Bell, was quick to pull out his gator knife. When both blades are extended, the knife looks like an alligator with an open mouth, and his wife liked that.

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It’s that time of year again, the summer months have provided us with warm evenings and as a result, fireflies have come out to shine. Chasing fireflies is as traditional of a summer activity as having a cookout or watching fireworks. But did you know that you could help the firefly populati…

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Maplewood High School graduated 92 seniors from the Class of 2022 Thursday night. The event featured speeches and musical performances from the students, before the ceremony culminated with the moment the students had been waiting for, walking across the podium and accepting their diplomas.

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When the Titusville Historical Society was looking for a new space, it only made sense that the organization dedicated to preserving the area’s history move to a historic building in the process of being preserved.

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After more than five years of planning, work and navigation of a global pandemic, Warner’s Bakery announced at the Titusville City Council meeting Tuesday night, during the business spotlight, that their restaurant, Warner’s Bakery and Cafe, is set to open the first week in July.

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Titusville City Council received its 2021 audit and approved special events that include Relay for Life and the return of the Hillbilly Flyin at the airport. The city did receive some comments from the auditors, but there were no new findings. The auditors said their list of findings was sho…

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When the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life as we knew it in 2020, it forced organizations and businesses across the world to adapt. For the Titusville Area School District, when it was time to hold their 2020 graduation exercises, they too had to adapt, holding graduation at the airport, addi…

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The City of Titusville unfortunately, will likely never be renamed to T-Vegas. The original name of Titusville, named after Johnathan Titus, has stuck for the past 226 years. But now is your chance to pioneer a name of your own as the city needs your help.

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Many other communities in the area, like Tionesta, like to use every inch of town to show their patriotism and remember their veterans. Through a partnership with the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce and Titusville Lions Club, Titusville will also honor its veterans with banners on utilit…

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Anyone who walks more than a block around downtown Titusville knows that the city has a sidewalk problem. Some sidewalks are overgrown with grass or covered with mud, others have eroded to the point where they are uneven.

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On Saturday the grand unveiling and ribbon-cutting ceremony for the David L. Weber Memorial Community Garden took place. The garden is now open to the public and located at the 100 block of West Central Avenue, near Dollar General.

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“We stand in the midst of patriots, and the families and friends of those who have nobly served,” said John McGinnis, Master of Ceremonies and American Legion Member.

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For parents who might be struggling to afford child care, a local program, Pre K Counts, might be able to help. The program, which operates out of the Early Childhood Learning Center, provides free preschool for three and four-year-olds, five days a week. After receiving expansion money, the…

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According to county officials, only 22% of Crawford County residents have access to high-speed (broadband) internet — as it is defined by the Federal Government. With more than 75% of county residents in need, the Crawford County Commissioners, through Crawford County Planning, are dissemina…

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PLEASANTVILLE, Venango County — The Pleasantville Borough Council met Tuesday evening for their regularly scheduled meeting and discussed a borough- wide phone program and upcoming events.  Borough Council President, Howie Crawford called the meeting into action, and the committee took quest…

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On Saturday, 16-year-old Lauryn Irwin, a Titusville student, took home the county’s highest dairy honor when she was crowned the Crawford County Dairy Princess. Irwin comes from a family of dairy princesses, and living on a dairy farm, the industry means a lot to her.

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Love in the Name of Christ is pleased to announce the development of ministry outreach partners that are available to speak to all churches, clubs and any other organizations wishing to learn more about the many ministries offered locally through Love in the Name of Christ. Please join us in…

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The Titusville Senior Center will hold its Memorial Day Picnic on Tuesday, May 31. The picnic will include hamburgers and hot dogs, plus all the fixin’s. Be sure to wear red, white and blue. After lunch, Bocce Ball will take place in the lawn. Reservations are required, and can be made by ca…

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Drake Well Museum announced Ambassador Khazar Ibrahim, the Ambassador of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the United States of America, will visit the museum on May 25. His visit will begin with a private tour of the historic site which will be followed by a public lecture and press conference

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Every year to encourage students to pursue the arts and foster a sense of culture, House members hold the Congressional Art Competition. When it came time for Representative Mike Kelly (R-16th) to pick the winner for his district, while Titusville High School’s Cole Endres didn’t take home f…

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The Titusville YWCA and area organizations gathered on Tuesday to show kids that learning is fun. As a part of the state wide Remake Learning Days initiative, organizations came to the YWCA to treat the kids to some fun learning activities, while also giving out some information about themselves.

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The Titusville Area School District Board of School Directors approved 25 resolutions at a busy meeting Monday night. Included in the resolutions were 16 yearly renewals, and the approval of the proposed final budget for the 2022-23 school year.

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Jimmy and Cathe Miller might have been surprised, but no one else in the room seemed to be when the couple’s Main Street Market was named the Business of the Year by the Franklin Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Every would-be garden starts as a patch of dirt. When the United Way of the Titusville Region first started creating a community garden to honor local historian and author David Weber, the plot on Central Avenue was an uneven collection of dirt, rocks and a fair share of trash. After months …

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When a Titusville Area School District bus crashed and flipped onto its side on Monday, April 25, three Titusville High School students decided to take matters into their own hands. The three students, Kenny and Dylan Claypoole and Caitlin Nordin, went above and beyond to make sure everyone …

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The Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce took time on Tuesday to honor those that keep the community going, the volunteers who selflessly give up their time to various area organizations.

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After months of fundraising and weeks of training, the newest member of the Titusville Police Department was sworn in by Magisterial District Judge Amy Nichols on Tuesday. Normally a new officer might receive a badge, but this officer received a box of milk bone treats.

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The Titusville Area School District Board of School Directors meeting agenda was full for the regularly scheduled committee meeting Monday night. The agenda was littered with items needing approval, however, one item dominated the discussion — the 2022-2023 proposed final budget.

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Titusville Rotary Club members and guests of the local business community met on Tuesday to hear from motivational speaker Felicia Mycyk at the 2022 Annual Free Enterprise Luncheon.

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Taylor “TC” Coulter and Nate King first met when they both worked for the Blue Canoe. Coulter started as a dishwasher, while King was a line cook. The two moved up the ladder, until they took over the kitchen.

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Members of City Council, city officials and a member of the public gathered Tuesday afternoon to hear  about the 2022 Community Development Block Grant program at the first public meeting.  Presenting the information was Zach Norwood, county planning director.