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OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP — Corry-based Pennsylvania State Police report t…

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Numerous reports have tumbled onto Herald desks in recent days as telephones rang endlessly with reports of typically elusive creatures seemingly making themselves at home right in Titusville.

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It all started when God arranged her a ride to the hospital. Nancy Masiker, of Titusville, remembers leaving bible study when her friend Betty told her she was looking “a little pale.”

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The Titusville City Council decided to move ahead with a proposal with the Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce during its meeting Tuesday night that would see the city co-sponsor this year’s Santa Parade with the organization.

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“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.

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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.

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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…

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The Titusville Historical Society is concluding their week-long 2020 Virtual History Day Camp today. Virtual Campers have been logging on to Zoom at 1 p.m. every day this week to learn about the Oil Valley.

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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.