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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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Austin Gray, a college student at Slippery Rock University, plays the euphonium during his lunch break on Wednesday in Scheide Park. Gray, who enjoys practicing outside, said that the gazebo is great for acoustics and allows him to practice close to work. He wanted to thank the music departm…

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Dr. Michael Dvorkin, chair of the United Way of the Titusville Region 75th Diamond Jubilee “It’s A Wonderful Life ... With United Way” campaign, announced that the agency’s annual fundraising campaign surpassed its 2020 campaign goal of $175,000 with $175,340 in pledges and donations.

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MEADVILLE — Pennsylvania State Police are urging citizens to be extremely cautious and to avoid providing personal information, such as your Social Security Numbert or bank account numbers to unknown persons over the phone or internet.

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Roan Hunter is an 18-year-old senior at Meadville Area Senior High School. While many of his fellow students may be worried about a big test, prom or their big game coming up, Hunter has other priorities — Take for instance, securing the Republican nomination for Crawford County Clerk of Courts.

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At a City Council meeting in early February, Titusville Police Chief Dustin LeGoullon brought two problem intersections to the attention of council members.