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CALABASAS, Calif. (AP) — NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others were killed Sunday when their helicopter plunged into a steep hillside in dense morning fog in Southern California, his sudden death at age 41 touching off an outpouring of grief for a star whose celebrity transce…

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If you’ve attended an event or meeting of a governing body any time this month you may have noticed a fresh face wielding a camera and note pad.

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At a recent Lions Club meeting, the club welcomed their keynote speaker Jane Price, agriculture tech resource conservationist with Venango Conservation District (VCD). A Clarion University graduate with a love for science, equestrian competition and the outdoors, her career was perfect for h…

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CEDARVILLE, Ohio – The following students have been named to the fall 2019 dean’s honor list at Cedarville University. Students achieve dean’s honor list status when they are full-time (12 or more credits) and have a grade-point average of 3.75 or higher.

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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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TITUSVILLE – Artist Tom Varano, known for creating large custom portraits in just minutes and sharing inspirational messages with his audience, will perform his Emotion into Art show at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville next week.

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Last year, the Titusville NovaCare welcomed a new full-time physical therapist who has helped its staff expand the clinic’s services and grow its outreach to the community. 

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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.

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Since Patty Reagle opened her bakery 15 years ago, Patty’s Breads and Pastries grew a large community of bread and pastry-lovers. So, people were naturally saddened when Reagle decided to retire and put a for-sale sign in the bakery window during Labor Day weekend last year.

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Gabe Wolfkiel 13, of Titusville takes advantage of favorable weather conditions to operate a remote controlled car he received for Christmas. Gabe’s dad, Steve Wolfkiel, said the car is supposed to reach a top speed of 70 mph, however they haven’t been where there is enough room to go that f…

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Incoming Titusville City Council members (from left) Roger Gordon, Dennis Peden and Jon Crouch were recently sworn in by District Magistrate Amy Nicols. The new council members will join Heather Leonardi, Don Frazier and recently-appointed James Stromdahl. The first council meeting of 2020 i…

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Joe Roddy, chair of the 2019 “Live the Shirt” campaign of the United Way of the Titusville Region, announced the annual campaign has reached 84% of its $190,000 campaign goal with $160,000 in pledges accounted for to date.  

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The Shop with a Hero annual event, held on Dec. 20, kicked off with a parade at 10 a.m. on state Route 8 north that ended at Titusville Walmart.

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The Martha Burch Downtown Spirit Award trophy was presented to Northwest Savings Bank, at the corner of Franklin and Spring Streets, in Titusville, for their creative holiday decorations, which those who pass by can view until the end of the year at their lobby.

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Many tags still hang untouched on The Titusville Area Salvation Army Service Unit Angel Trees located at Farmer’s National Bank on Spring Street in Titusville and Corky’s Pizza on Main Street in Pleasantville. 

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The "Super Load" arrived in Titusville today at approximately 3 p.m. at the intersection of state Routes 8 and 27. Below are links to pictures and video that were taken by The Herald staff.

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A group of roughly 150 volunteers recreated the city of Bethlehem right in Titusville Friday, using a wide assortment of props, costumes and animals to tell the story of Jesus Christ’s birth.

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All evidence gathered by the prosecution in the case of a former Titusville teacher accused of raping a child will move forward to trial.

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A Titusville December tradition took place Tuesday evening as the Titusville Area Hospital illuminated their Christmas tree as part of the annual Lights of Love fundraiser.

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The Titusville Area School Board held its annual reorganization meeting on Monday, with the governing body looking largely the same as it was before the meeting.

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Motorists traveling down Diamond Street will have something new to catch their attention, as a newly recreated neon sign for Missy’s Arcade Restaurant was installed Tuesday.