A group of community members gathered on the lawn of the Titusville YWCA Thursday evening for a candlelight vigil recognizing the YWCA’s “Week Without Violence.”
When there’s a need to brainstorm and the topic is revitalization of a recreation space, what better brains to storm with than young ones.
“It’s 29 years later and I still keep in contact with my original 1992 team captain,” said Scott Warner. Warner, a former Titusville resident, was recently awarded the National Federation of High School Sports (NFHS) Girl’s Swimming and Diving Coach of the Year.
“The police are so cool and fun to meet,” said Jenna Pasker, a Main Street Elementary student who attended the “National Night Out” event hosted by the Titusville Police Department on Tuesday.
“On your mark, get set … bake!” is a phrase that’s familiar to fans of the Netflix show “Great British Bake Off.” The show was one of the first to return to production after the COVID-19 pandemic stymied the production of American’s television and film.
Despite the fact that Halloween falls on a Saturday this year, Titusville City Council voted to stick to tradition and hold trick-or-treating from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 29 during its meeting Tuesday night.