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Titusville High School recently announced the names of the students named to the high honor roll and regular honor roll for the second quarter. Those students are as follows.

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The gym floor of the YWCA in Titusville was squeaking on Friday night as fancy shoes tapped and swirled to favorite songs of both the young ladies and their grown-up dates.

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It’s official. Phil said spring is just around the corner. Come on out for a warm hearty breakfast Sunday morning.

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Two local students who took top spots at a recent spelling bee held in Titusville kept the streak going as they spelled their way to the top two spots in a regional bee — following more than 50 rounds.

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Wade Spence celebrated his 100th birthday on Jan. 29 with family friends. Seated are Wade with wife Alice. Second row: (left to right) are their children Wayde Spence, Randy Spence, Leslie McNierney, and Roger Spence. Wade is a resident of Titusville Healthcare and Rehabilitation.

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Mayor Dennis Peden (right) recognized Kenneth L’Huillier, next to his wife Marsha, on behalf of the city council and residents of Titusville Monday for the years of service he gave to the Titusville Fire Department. Today, on the anniversary of his hire date 30 years ago, L’Huillier will ret…

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Residents in the Titusville area are invited to shake of the winter blues and join Drake Well Museum and Park for the Pithole “Cabin Fever Party” on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Historic Pithole City located at 14118 Pithole Road, just off Route 227 near Plumer, Pa.

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The Titusville Rotary Club celebrated an advancing nonagenarian status on Tuesday. The club officially turned 98. Club members celebrated with cake and a presentation by Titusville Police Chief Dustin LaGoullon.

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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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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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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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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.

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A bidding process which ended Monday for a pair of city-owned properties on Murdoch Boulevard has apparently fallen through.

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The gymnasium at the Early Childhood Learning Center was transformed into a world of witchcraft and wizardry Friday night, as the Titusville Regional Literacy Council held their latest Family Fun Night.

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In a nearly 50-minute presentation that took up the majority of Tuesday’s meeting of Titusville City Council, Mayor Esther Smith responded to various critics, consisting of both public figures and private citizens, whom she accused of spreading falsehoods against city leadership.

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The Titusville Area School Board approved three major construction projects at their meeting on Monday, while holding off a vote on the fourth.

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It was once the gathering place of a congregation hoping to worship in their native tongue of German. It has a bell crafted from a cannon. It served as the home of the Benson Memorial Library’s executive director from 2015 to 2019.

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The Titusville Iron Works has acquired a restaurant liquor license and plans to occasionally operate as a dining venue starting sometime in the spring.

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The Crawford County Commissioners signed off on an agreement with the City of Titusville that will eventually bring a new receiver to the city for radio broadcasts from emergency services.

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The fate of the South Perry Street Bridge was the object of discussion at a public meeting organized by Crawford County Commissioner candidate Dan Hunter on Tuesday held in Titusville.

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Pennsylvania State Senator Scott Hutchinson (R-21) announced Friday that legislation aimed at delaying the closure of the Polk State Center will soon be introduced in the Pennsylvania Senate.

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The very first Crawford Gives Day ended in resounding success, according to organizers of the donation drive, bringing in a total of $162,704.44 for a variety of non-profit groups in Crawford County from 1,754 donations over the course of Wednesday.

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The Titusville Area School District entered a safety lockdown on Thursday after the discovery of an alleged shooting threat made on social media. However, Titusville Police located the Titusville High School student allegedly responsible for the threat and believe it was not credible.

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On the fourth Friday of every month, a group of artists from across the Oil Region gather in Titusville to share their works. Some sing, some dance, some present poetry and some even give a stand-up comedy routine.