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You may not think of rural Centerville, Pennsylvania as the home of hundreds of athletes of incredible prowess. But Saturday, a demonstration on Yochum Road made a case for the world to take notice. The glistening muscular physiques of your average and, in some cases, not so average pond jum…

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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…

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Titusville City Manager Neil Fratus reported to city council at its virtual Monday meeting that a plan to demolish a burned building on Diamond Street is in the works.

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(AP) – As an uneasy March unspooled, as coronavirus dread descended upon the United States, it became commonplace — and, for public figures, quite practical — to point out how, unlike most major events in the 21st century, this was an unusually communal moment.

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The sound of laughter outweighed the tears on Saturday as family and friends of Ed Myer gathered to share stories of a man described as an incredible role model for both children and adults.

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Associated Charities welcomed a new executive director last fall after Connie McIntyre, the previous executive director, decided to retire. Cricket Wencil-Tracey was hired in the beginning of September and worked with McIntyre for three weeks before she retired. 

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The Titusville High School Student Council is cosponsoring its 43rd Annual Sweetheart Dinner with the Titusville Rotary Club on Feb. 21 at the Titusville High School Cafeteria. 

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PITTSBURGH — The University of Pitt-Titusville Panthers played two very similar games in the Western Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference Playoffs. They hosted the conference semifinal on Saturday and had an exciting 88-79 win to advance to Sunday’s championship game.

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Her monster cookies, her presence at nearly every Titusville High School girls basketball game, her generosity — just a few of the things people miss when they think of Jennifer Troup’s mom, Debra Gates.

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Attendees at last weekend’s Fifth Annual Nature Art Showcase and Sale cast ballots for the “People’s Choice” award while they viewed more than 100 original art items submitted by 60 artists. The art was displayed in the main lobby of the Barrow-Civic Theatre in downtown Franklin during the F…

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Three businesses were welcomed to their first year of participating in the 7th annual Art of Doing Business mixer at the Farmer’s National Bank on West Spring Street, along with a few returners on Wednesday. Sponsored by the Titusville Council on the Arts (TCA) and Titusville Area Chamber of…

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From snapping pictures of the snowy roads, jumping in on a Nerf war at the YMCA or attending the school’s spelling bee, Lorri Drumm has been getting involved in all things Titusville since she joined The Herald’s staff as managing editor on Jan. 13.

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Editor’s Note: To honor her grandmother Mildred Knight’s 100th birthday, Shelley Ordoyne wrote about her grandmother’s life in the mid-1900s, and her love of reading and learning, which led her to move to Titusville to acquire a high school education because of transportation difficulties.

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If you’ve attended an event or meeting of a governing body any time this month you may have noticed a fresh face wielding a camera and note pad.

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TITUSVILLE – Artist Tom Varano, known for creating large custom portraits in just minutes and sharing inspirational messages with his audience, will perform his Emotion into Art show at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville next week.

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Last year, the Titusville NovaCare welcomed a new full-time physical therapist who has helped its staff expand the clinic’s services and grow its outreach to the community. 

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Since Patty Reagle opened her bakery 15 years ago, Patty’s Breads and Pastries grew a large community of bread and pastry-lovers. So, people were naturally saddened when Reagle decided to retire and put a for-sale sign in the bakery window during Labor Day weekend last year.

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Gabe Wolfkiel 13, of Titusville takes advantage of favorable weather conditions to operate a remote controlled car he received for Christmas. Gabe’s dad, Steve Wolfkiel, said the car is supposed to reach a top speed of 70 mph, however they haven’t been where there is enough room to go that f…

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Joe Roddy, chair of the 2019 “Live the Shirt” campaign of the United Way of the Titusville Region, announced the annual campaign has reached 84% of its $190,000 campaign goal with $160,000 in pledges accounted for to date.  

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The Shop with a Hero annual event, held on Dec. 20, kicked off with a parade at 10 a.m. on state Route 8 north that ended at Titusville Walmart.

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The "Super Load" arrived in Titusville today at approximately 3 p.m. at the intersection of state Routes 8 and 27. Below are links to pictures and video that were taken by The Herald staff.

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The holiday season has officially started in Franklin, as the capital of Venango County will hold its annual Light-Up Night event today and running until the early hours of Sunday.

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A bidding process which ended Monday for a pair of city-owned properties on Murdoch Boulevard has apparently fallen through.

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A motion to expel a pastor accused of improperly taking over a church from the property was denied by a Crawford County judge.

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In a nearly 50-minute presentation that took up the majority of Tuesday’s meeting of Titusville City Council, Mayor Esther Smith responded to various critics, consisting of both public figures and private citizens, whom she accused of spreading falsehoods against city leadership.

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The Titusville Area School Board approved three major construction projects at their meeting on Monday, while holding off a vote on the fourth.

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It was once the gathering place of a congregation hoping to worship in their native tongue of German. It has a bell crafted from a cannon. It served as the home of the Benson Memorial Library’s executive director from 2015 to 2019.