Titusville Lions Club President Mark Conrad introduced the keynote speaker, Keystone Community Education Council’s (KCEC) Executive Director Lance Hummer at the club’s recent meeting.
Representatives of local organizations, county officials, school district leaders and even the Titusville Police Chief gathered to hear Titusville Mayor Dennis Peden tell a story on Wednesday. It was a story of goals met and a green future.
HYDETOWN — Joe Frelick has owned The Rustic Inn for the past 31 years. He and his wife took over the Hydetown bar and grill affectionately known as “The Rustic” in 1989.
WEST MEAD TOWNSHIP — The substitute to this year’s Crawford County Fair, the “2020 Crawford County Alternative Junior Shows & Exhibits,” marked the start of events Friday as exhibitors gathered at the county fairgrounds in Meadville.
There’s an old saying that gets tossed around — “If these walls could talk.” Can you imagine what walls that have been around for more than 100 years would have to say?
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The City of Titusville will be undergoing some type of enhancement thanks to the Rural Rocks contest sponsored by the Northwestern Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
OIL CITY – The northwest district of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is reminding motors to share the road safely with slow-moving vehicles, such as horse-drawn buggies.
Benson Memorial Library will reopen to the public on Monday, Aug. 24 at 11 a.m. The reopening comes with new library hours, which will be Monday and Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Fridays will be reserved for contactless lobby pickup only fro…
During the struggles that face everyone day-to-day, United Way of the Titusville Region wants to honor area citizens who reach out to those who could use a little help.
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…
PLEASANTVILLE — Pleasantville Borough Council met this week to discuss recently approved changes for the Pleasantville Recreational Baseball League.
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.
OIL CITY — Vice President for Heritage Development of the Oil Region Alliance of Business, Industry and Tourism Marilyn Black will retire on June 13 after 15 years in the position.
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.
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.
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…
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 …
The hype surrounding the upcoming bicentennial of Pleasantville in 2021 was already garnishing steam. However, the amount of anticipation for the historic occasion will likely become even stronger with the recent announcement that the 2020 Pleasantville Festival has been cancelled due to con…
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — As a way to support its customers during the coronavirus pandemic, Penn State Extension is offering its library of online courses at no cost through April.
With area students off school on the first day of spring, one might expect the playground at Burgess Park in Titusville to be filled with kids sliding and swinging.
In keeping with directives from state and federal levels regarding the global health situation, Pleasantville Community Church has announced changes to its monthly schedule of services and ministries.
WARREN COUNTY — In an effort to improve customer service options to the public, the Allegheny National Forest is temporarily accepting mail-in permits.
To best protect the health and safety of the public and its staff, the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is cancelling all education programs and events effective immediately through April 4, 2020.
On a day where people typically gather for their favorite spot for corned beef and green beer, the streets of Titusville were hushed and bare as local restaurants were instructed to close or end dine-in service to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Crawford County Commissioners took steps on Tuesday to ensure the county is prepared financially in the event that funds are needed to battle coronavirus (COVID-19).
After John Bowser, the previous owner of Wentworth Ford in Guys Mills decided to retire, he and Jason Pottle began the process of being approved by Ford to transfer the business to Pottle.
Ida Tarbell, Titusville’s own muckraking journalist, and her work with McClure’s magazine is chronicled in “Citizen Reporters,” which tells the story of the magazine and Tarbell’s work.
The weather is warming up and spring is just around the corner, so the Knights of Columbus are hosting a “Pancakes and More” breakfast on Sunday from 8 a.m. to noon. Guests can stop by the former St. Titus School and have the Knights serve a freshly made breakfast on real plates with real s…
Titusville Area School District is celebrating Read Across America from March 2-6. Guest readers, including Mayor Dennis Peden, entertained elementary students across the district. Titusville High School National Honor Society students also enjoyed reading to our community youngsters. Pictur…