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The Titusville Redevelopment Authority is partnering with local businesses and the Benson Memorial Library to encourage area residents to shop local this holiday season.

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The Titusville Area School District Board of School Directors talked about parent-teacher conferences before approving audits and a new fundraiser for the junior class during its Monday meeting. This was the last meeting before the district has its reorganization meeting in December.

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MEADVILLE — Titusville voters went to the YMCA last Tuesday to cast their ballots. Up for grabs were four seats on City Council, and four seats on the Titusville Area School District School Board.

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MEADVILLE — The Crawford Area Transportation Authority spent time and energy promoting a program to drive voters to the polls on election day.

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“It was long overdue,” said Titusville City Manager Neil Fratus speaking about the new City website, which recently went live.

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The Titusville Area School District School Board held a regularly scheduled committee meeting where they discussed upcoming parent teacher conferences, potential accepting of auditors reports and work to the baseball fields.

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Friday was Titusville native Ida Tarbell’s 164th birthday. While Ida hasn’t been around to celebrate her birthday since 1944, the year she passed away, Titusville students have been carrying on her memory ever since.

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Titusville will be getting a new officer in town. This officer is young, fast, good looking and will help the rest of the police department keep drugs off of the streets.

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On Tuesday, area residents, as well as Americans across the country, will fulfill their right to vote when they head to the polls.

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When Kritsten Kerr, Manager of The Mercantile in Titusville, looked around her incubator on a crisp October day, she made a realization — all the businesses in The Merc are either owned or co-owned by women.

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At the end of Monday’s budget meeting, the City of Titusville was looking at a preliminary $459,000 budget shortfall. By the end of Tuesday’s meeting, that number was down after some tough decisions were made.

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After going through the numbers and figures of the various parts of the budget in detail, City officials, at Monday’s budget meeting, went over the part of the budget that no one cares for — revenues and expenses and where the City stands.

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The Titusville Area School District received clean opinions on its audits and raised the salary of support staff substitutes at their regular board meeting Monday night.

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Titusville City officials, members of City Council and members of Titusville’s Shade Tree Commission all agreed during a budget meeting on Monday that they need to get on the same page.

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Growing up, Shannon Daugherty hated wrestling. She may not have hit the mat herself, but she remembers being dragged to her brothers’ events and competitions every weekend.

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After looking at expenses during their last two budget meetings, Titusville City officials looked to revenue to form the coming year’s budget during their meeting Tuesday evening.

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COOKSBURG — There is nothing like being out in the woods. The branches swaying in the wind, the bright colored leaves falling to the ground and the feeling of plants brushing on your limbs.

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When Titusville City Council gave the go ahead for the Public Works Department to start tearing up the sidewalk next to what will be a new park on Diamond Street, they didn’t expect a “blast from the past” to cause concern.