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When Max Cole was growing up on his family’s farm in Hydetown, his father would wake him up early in the morning for chores with a saying — “Are you gonna have a good day today Max? Because that is up to you.”
The National Weather Service in Cleveland, Ohio has issued a Winter Storm Watch in effect for Erie and Crawford counties from Sunday evening through Monday afternoon.
The Titusville Community Development Agencies announced that Kristen Kerr has been appointed executive director of the Titusville Community Development Agencies.
MEADVILLE — Due to extreme demand within Crawford County, the board of commissioners with the assistance of the Governor’s office and the Pennsylvania Department of Health have secured additional COVID-19 testing within Crawford County.
DUNMORE, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is advising motorists that starting on Jan. 12, a superload being transported from West Milton, New York to Wampum, Pennsylvania is expected begin a more than 400-mile journey across the state. The superload is 213 feet l…
When Titusville Police Chief Dustin LeGoullon was hired in 2006, there was just one month between his arrival and the department’s hiring of Aaron Madden.
They say great minds think alike. Two local organizations, The Benson Memorial Library and Titusville Regional Literacy Council (TRLC), are on the same page, as both are offering digital literacy and computer basics classes free to the public starting this week.
PLEASANTVILLE BOROUGH, Venango County — “Money has always been an issue for this borough,” said new Borough Council President Howie Crawford.
Before Titusville Area School District officials began discussing the topics of the day, they took a moment to honor board members who have served the district for quite some time.
On Wednesday evening, a Herald man noticed debris on the sidewalk outside of the Park Building. The debris, large chunks of stone, had fallen from the decorative parapet near the roof of the building, down three stories to the pavement.
Nine students completed the basic machining course at the Manufacturing Assistance Center at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville’s Education and Training Hub and were awarded certificates during a ceremony on Tuesday.
HYDETOWN — Hydetown Borough held their reorganization meeting Monday night, welcoming new members onto borough council, as well as a new mayor.
The National Weather Service in Cleveland, Ohio issued a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 1 a.m. Friday to 1 a.m. Saturday for Crawford County.Lake effect snow is expected. Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are predicted.
Jack A. Roser, President and CEO of RTI, announced on Tuesday that Roser Technologies, Inc. (RTI) and KME Special Products GmbH &Co. KG (KME Special) entered into an acquisition agreement through its subsidiary, KME Special Products America Inc., on Jan. 1.
ERIE — Mike Sample, owner and publisher of The Titusville Herald and The Forest Press newspapers known for his humor, character, grit and commitment to local journalism, passed away Monday at the age of 55.
“We are working together. It is not three of us versus two of them. It is a unified council of five people trying to do the best for the city of Titusville,” said Councilman Jason Drake during Monday night’s meeting of council.
As The Herald newsroom started to compile articles for our annual year end review, we couldn’t help but recall our thoughts at this time last year.
ENTERPRISE — It is nothing new for churches to hold free meals. Often known for their large feasts, having a potluck style meal too is par for the course.
“I don’t like randomness when it comes to my lights,” said Pamala Palma of 319 N. Brown Street in Titusville. “I like to keep it simple but pretty.”
MEADVILLE — The Crawford County Commissioners met Wednesday morning and finalized the process of approving the 2022 budget.
THE NORTH POLE — If you have been on any of the Titusville Facebook pages, there has been talk over the past few weeks about “boom” noises heard around the region.
When the citizens of Titusville wake up on Saturday, Christmas morning, when they look out the window their wandering eyes won’t be blinded by the white.
Two Mile Run County Park is a place where area residents can spread out, have some fun in the sun, and enjoy the great scenery that the Oil Region has to offer.
Titusville Herald reporter, Garrett Dvorkin, appeared on Pennsylvania Cable Network’s statewide broadcast on the Crawford County Journalists Roundtable, which premiered Thursday at 7 p.m.
PLEASANTVILLE, Venango County — It was a bittersweet meeting for the Pleasantville Borough Council Tuesday night as the council members happily passed the final 2022 budget, with no tax increases, but had to say goodbye to borough secretary Stephanie Drake.
The Venango County Commissioners checked two big items on their 2021 to-do-list during Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting, when they approved the final 2022 budget and certified the official election results for the 2021 General Election.
The Venango County Board of Commissioners took action at their meeting Tuesday to join other counties in Pennsylvania in their fight against opioid addiction.
Ed Holcomb used to be big into the local music scene. He started playing at the age of nine, and up until he decided to leave his dreams behind was a regular playing frequently at local bars, nightclubs and weddings.
OIL CREEK TOWNSHIP — The Oil Creek Township, Crawford County, Board of Supervisors said that to make the township raise taxes for the first time in 25 years, it would take an act of God.
According to Titusville Fire Chief Joe Lamey, a fire that started around 10 p.m. Wednesday night at the Homerwood flooring facility was contained to the dust collection system.
On Sunday, holiday spirit in Pleasantville will be at a high, as two local events, the HoHoHo Day and Christmas on Horseback are once again teaming up to provide some holiday cheer.
The National Weather Service in Cleveland, Ohio issued a wind advisory from 1 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11 for areas in northeast Ohio and Crawford and Erie counties in Pennsylvania.
OIL CITY – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) marked the completion of the 2021 construction season on Tuesday and the 55 projects that had active work take place during the 2021 construction season in District 1, which includes Crawford, Erie, Forest, Mercer, Venango an…
The Titusville Area School District Board of School Directors added a fresh face to its ranks before re-electing two familiar ones to leadership positions at their reorganization meeting Monday night.
Before he takes the position he was voted in to fill, the newest member of Titusville’s City Council, Jason Drake, was sworn in a month early during a special session on Friday afternoon. Drake was sworn in to fill a vacant post on council due to the resignation of CJ Kirvan.
Every December, Titusville’s Associated Charities holds a holiday fundraiser. It started years ago with Ladies Night at Cross Creek, and over the years has evolved into one of the biggest events in town.
They say that Christmas is the season of giving. During a time where presents are expected, those without disposable incomes can find the holiday season challenging.