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MEADVILLE – Crawford County Commissioners stated Thursday that no additional confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported since the notification Wednesday of one individual residing somewhere in Crawford County testing positive. That notification indicated that the individual is at home…

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MEADVILLE – Meadville Medical Center (MMC) confirmed the first positive COVID-19 case in Crawford County. The person is an MMC employee who does not work in or around the hospital setting. They reportedly have mild symptoms and are isolated at home. 

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As our community, and the entire country, adapt to daily changes due to the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), we at The Herald are not immune to the effects.

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Titusville City Council declared a disaster emergency for the city in response to a recommendation from Crawford County Commissioners in order to effectively deal with  COVID-19.

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As germ-fighting items dwindle or disappear from store shelves and confirmed cases of coronavirus increase daily, local school districts are watching closely and taking measures to prepare and inform.

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Colleges and universities across the region have started taking precautions as COVID-19 continues to spread. Some universities have extended spring breaks, canceled campus events and some will be shifting courses online for a period of time. 

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At Tuesday’s Pleasantville Borough Council meeting, President Harvey Long addressed the replacement of a utility truck, which was declared totaled by insurance after being struck by another vehicle. The borough received $46,000 from insurance for the replacement of the truck after the accident. 

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Congressman Glenn ‘GT’ Thompson announced McKean County will receive an $11,926,000 Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements (CRISI) grant.

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The Titusville Community Council combined lunch and learning on Thursday as community members and representatives of local organizations gathered to hear all about ALICE.

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In celebration of the accomplishments of 2019, the Crawford County Conservation District’s Annual Luncheon was held on Feb. 27, at the Pleasantview Alliance Church with 125 people in attendance. District Staff Members Brian Pilarcik, Laura Dengler, Kathy Uglow, Breann Curry and Jennifer Kell…

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MEADVILLE – State Rep. Brad Roae is hosting a clinic to help eligible local residents apply for a rebate of up to $650 on property taxes or rent they paid in 2019.

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Since the Pennsylvania Game Commission changed the deer season opening date from the Monday after Thanksgiving to the Saturday immediately following the holiday, hunters have not been shy in voicing their opinions about the change. 

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HARRISBURG –School safety grants totaling close to $2.6 million were awarded Wednesday to 24 school districts in Crawford, Mercer, Erie and Warren Counties, in addition to the Northwest Tri-County Intermediate Unit, according to Sen. Michele Brooks.

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After a few weeks delay near the end of January, Titusville Police Department’s new cruiser has arrived and is in operation. Through donations by four organizations in Titusville over the Christmas holiday, police purchased a camera system for the cruiser, which is on backorder but will arri…

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The Greater Titusville Development Foundation (GTDF) has announced the seventh round of the Downtown Titusville Façade Improvement Project. The program has had success since its inception in 2015. Because of generous donations and involved building owners, GTDF has been able to grant $145,00…

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IRWIN TOWNSHIP, Venango County — Two men lost their lives in a two-vehicle crash on a section of State Route 8 on Tuesday morning.

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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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HARRISBURG (AP) — A fight to block Gov. Tom Wolf from closing two state centers for the intellectually disabled produced a second large majority vote in Pennsylvania’s Republican-controlled Legislature on Wednesday, even as Wolf vowed to continue a decades-old trend away from institutional care.

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At a news conference in the Capitol Rotunda this week, county leaders from throughout Pennsylvania unveiled five key county government legislative priorities for 2020. The county-level leaders also called upon state officials to properly fund mental health services, in addition to helping to…

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Members of the community who have been actively supporting the development of Love In the Name of Christ’s new program will have the opportunity to see the fruits of their labors at an open house on Jan. 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Love INC building on West Central Avenue.