By Garrett Dvorkin
WEST MEAD TOWNSHIP — The French Creek Council of Governments (COG) …
Here’s what’s happening Sunday with the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S.:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A federal judge on Sunday blocked the relea…
MEXICO CITY — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will sp…
FAIRFIELD TOWNSHIP — The investigation into the death of Destine Re…
TIDIOUTE, Warren County — Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police re…
FLORENCE, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities were searching Sunday for two in…
WALDRON, Ark. (AP) — A woman has been found dead inside a pickup tr…
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Health experts say Missouri isn't vaccinating peop…
WEST MEAD TOWNSHIP — The French Creek Council of Governments (COG) met on Thursday to reorganize and take care of business.
The National Weather Service in Cleveland has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the Titusville and Meadville area effective until Wednesday at 4 p.m.
WOODCOCK TOWNSHIP — Would you know what to do if you found a hawk that’s been hit by a car? What about ducklings without their mother? What if you disturb a nest of baby rabbits with the lawn mower?
PLEASANTVILLE — A new vice president was confirmed at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Pleasantville Borough Council to fill the vacancy left by previous vice president Mark Durstine. President Harvey Long nominated Treasurer Mary Long, and the vote was unanimously confirmed. Mary will now…
SAEGERTOWN — At its board meeting Monday night, the PENNCREST School Board discussed an issue that could potentially lead to the raising of taxes for area residents.
The Titusville Area School District School Board Committee held a special meeting Monday night to appoint a new director of building and grounds. The new director got unanimous approval from the board.
MEADVILLE – The Crawford County Board of Commissioners announced the availability of funds through the Crawford County Act 13 Grant Program.
Jason Witosky submitted his formal letter of resignation to the Titusville City Council during a regularly-scheduled meeting Tuesday night.
SPARTANSBURG — A Spartansburg volunteer firefighter just made department history as the first woman line officer in the Spartansburg Volunteer Fire Department.
OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP, Crawford County — There were few changes from 2020, as Oil Creek Township supervisors held their reorganization meeting on Monday.
TOWNVILLE — The Townville Borough Council discussed new ordinances and potential grant funding at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday night.
MEADVILLE — The Crawford County Board of Commissioners and Department of Public Safety will be working with the Pennsylvania Department of Health, among others, to host a drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at the county fairgrounds.
TIONESTA — The Tionesta Municipal Authority authorized more funding for the sewer spot repair project being planned along Elm Street in downtown Tionesta during a special meeting of the authority on Wednesday.
MEADVILLE – The Crawford County commissioners passed a tax rate resolution keeping the millage rate for the 2021 county budget the same as this year during their voting meeting on Wednesday.
SAEGERTOWN — On Tuesday, PENNCREST School District officials unsealed and read aloud eight bids from contractors hoping to be chosen to replace the roof of Maplewood High School.
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP — Bloomfield Township Supervisors held a special meeting Tuesday afternoon to pass the 2021 liquid fuels and general fund budget.
SPARTANSBURG — Spartansburg Borough Council passed the 2021 budget, but has put off some agenda items until next spring, as the weather will not be conducive to certain projects until then, including the sidewalk adjacent to Clear Lake and the historic sign markers.
MEADVILLE — The Joint Operating Committee for the Crawford County Career and Technical Center elected its leadership for the 2021 year during its reorganization meeting Wednesday night.
Maxine Brandon had to spend her Thanksgiving in isolation. Brandon checked into Titusville Area Hospital with COVID-like symptoms two days before turkey day.
MEADVILLE — The Crawford County Commissioners talked bills and contract and subscription renewals during their last work session of the year Wednesday morning.
BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP — Bloomfield Township Supervisors passed Ordinance No. 2020-12-14-2, which allows a platform to provide cable service on Monday night.
Those who use the Crawford Area Transport Association (CATA) might have noticed some new bus shelters to huddle under in both Titusville and Meadville.
“I guess I’ll be staying home and drinking my own beer,” said Rick Young, a regular at the American Legion Post 368 in Titusville.
OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP, Crawford County — During their regularly scheduled township meeting Thursday night, Oil Creek Township Supervisors passed the final version of the 2021 budget.
SAEGERTOWN — The PENNCREST school board approved participation in athletic events planned for early next year for a few teams in the district at its voting meeting Thursday night, although the list of events the board was to vote on was shortened by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s COVID-19 …
“City Council is not something I ever thought I’d get into,” said Titusville City Councilman Dave Shambaugh during an interview on Thursday. Clearly Shambaugh, the owner of Shambaugh Towing, located at 42599 Central Avenue, had a change of heart as he is taking over the vacant council positi…
MEADVILLE — Members of the Crawford County Fair Board approved board positions and officers during Thursday’s reorganization meeting, held via Zoom.
MEADVILLE — There are four essential elements involved in Police use of force training: ability, opportunity, imminence and preclusion.
FRANKLIN — Venango County’s final budget for the year 2021, featuring no increases in taxes, was unanimously approved by the county commissioners during their meeting Tuesday night.
MEADVILLE — Crawford County Commissioners approved nearly $60,000 in COVID-19-related expenses for the Crawford County Care Center during Wednesday’s meeting. The expenses will be paid for with allocated COVID funds.
OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP, Venango County — Oil Creek Township Venango County Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday night to raise the monthly sewage fee by 50 cents. The supervisors also decided to add a second monthly supervisors meeting.
CHERRYTREE TOWNSHIP, Venango County — Cherrytree Township Supervisors had official visitors at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night, prior to voting to approve the final version of the 2021 budget.