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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…
Not to be outdone by dad and daughter dance teams earlier this month, on Friday moms and sons hit the dance floor at the Titusville YWCA. The lively tunes had a few more sons wiggling than moms, but the atmosphere was festive. When they weren’t flossing or break dancing, the couples could en…
St. James Memorial Episcopal Church is hosting a free five-week series that addresses the financial struggles of many local households. The series begins on Thursday, March 5 at 5:30 p.m.
The menu for the St. James Community Soup Kitchen today is: fruit, spaghetti with meat sauce, tossed salad, garlic bread and dessert. The meal is served from noon to 1 p.m. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend. Bring a friend and enjoy a good meal.
With plenty of sunshine and temperatures reaching near 50 degrees Sunday, Nina Cherry and Ozzy enjoyed part of the day by taking a walk along West Main Street in Titusville. Today and the rest of the week are calling for either rain or snow.
At a recent meeting of the Titusville Kiwanis Club, members heard from Titusville Market Square owners/operators and siblings Susan Drake (right) and Bill Wieder (left). Both have been in the business community for a number of years, and joined together in 2018 to open the store with multipl…
A class of 12 students received certificates of achievement in the evening Welding Technology program at the Venango Technology Center on Thursday. The program was coordinated among the Keystone Community Education Council (KCEC), the VTC and the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC).
The Titusville Senior Center is again hosting the AARP Tax-Aide Program. Trained volunteers will prepare federal, state, and local taxes as well as Pennsylvania Property Tax & Rent Rebate Forms, free of charge.
Titusville High School recently announced the names of the students named to the high honor roll and regular honor roll for the second quarter. Those students are as follows.
The gym floor of the YWCA in Titusville was squeaking on Friday night as fancy shoes tapped and swirled to favorite songs of both the young ladies and their grown-up dates.
Two local students who took top spots at a recent spelling bee held in Titusville kept the streak going as they spelled their way to the top two spots in a regional bee — following more than 50 rounds.
Wade Spence celebrated his 100th birthday on Jan. 29 with family friends. Seated are Wade with wife Alice. Second row: (left to right) are their children Wayde Spence, Randy Spence, Leslie McNierney, and Roger Spence. Wade is a resident of Titusville Healthcare and Rehabilitation.
Mayor Dennis Peden (right) recognized Kenneth L’Huillier, next to his wife Marsha, on behalf of the city council and residents of Titusville Monday for the years of service he gave to the Titusville Fire Department. Today, on the anniversary of his hire date 30 years ago, L’Huillier will ret…
Residents in the Titusville area are invited to shake of the winter blues and join Drake Well Museum and Park for the Pithole “Cabin Fever Party” on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Historic Pithole City located at 14118 Pithole Road, just off Route 227 near Plumer, Pa.
The Titusville Rotary Club celebrated an advancing nonagenarian status on Tuesday. The club officially turned 98. Club members celebrated with cake and a presentation by Titusville Police Chief Dustin LaGoullon.
At a recent Lions Club meeting, the club welcomed their keynote speaker Jane Price, agriculture tech resource conservationist with Venango Conservation District (VCD). A Clarion University graduate with a love for science, equestrian competition and the outdoors, her career was perfect for h…
CEDARVILLE, Ohio – The following students have been named to the fall 2019 dean’s honor list at Cedarville University. Students achieve dean’s honor list status when they are full-time (12 or more credits) and have a grade-point average of 3.75 or higher.
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.