By Garrett Dvorkin
Following suit with numerous other districts in the area, the Titusville Area School District announced Tuesday that it will move to a hybrid learning model from Nov. 16 to Dec. 4.
Dr. Michael Dvorkin, Chair of the United Way of the Titusville Region 75th Diamond Jubilee, It’s A Wonderful Life, with the United Way Campaign, announced that the YWCA of Titusville reported 100% employee participation in the annual fund drive.
Titusville Area Hospital (TAH) announced that it offers specialized physical therapy (PT) designed to help people with a prosthetic due to an amputation.
The final puzzle piece has been fit as The Mercantile (Merc) is now full with the addition of Johnson’s Sundae Funday. The Mercantile is a retail incubator located in Towne Square in Titusville. It includes indoor shops and a dining space.
WARREN — The U.S. Forest Service is planning to conduct a prescribed fire on the Allegheny National Forest in Spring Creek Township, Elk County this week.
The City of Titusville has a new mayor in Jon Crouch after former mayor, Dennis Peden, resigned from his position on City Council through a letter sent to council members over the weekend.
WARREN — In 2018, Penn Soil Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Council was awarded a $5,000 Coldwater Heritage Partnership Grant to create a Coldwater Conservation Plan to conserve and protect the coldwater streams and resources of Pennsylvania.
HYDETOWN —Drivers who have been using Pleasant Street in Hydetown to cut between state Route 8 and Mystic Park Road will have to find a new route after the Hydetown Borough Council voted to put up a “Do Not Enter” sign where the street meets state Route 8.
The Titusville Area Food Bank, located at 134 W. Central Ave., will be hosting their Thanksgiving food drive on Wednesday, Nov. 11, in the Family Video parking lot, located at 128 W. Spring St., Titusville, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Titusville Senior Center is open. The temporary hours are from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A number of new procedures have been put in place. Upon arrival, guests will be asked to use hand sanitizer, have their temperature taken and answer a health screening survey. Face masks will be required at …
GUYS MILLS — One local couple has witnessed the impact of harmful words and actions. But today, they are setting the wheels in motion to prove that actions speak louder than words.
MEADVILLE — With school back in session, it is crucial for motorists to be extra cautious during the school pick-up and drop-off hours each day.
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.
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?
Good Morning. My email is working again, and I look forward to getting back to normal. I will be able to post more news with having this resource operating once again. I apologize for missing some news that folks sent me during the last few weeks.
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.