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Savings funds needed as PENNCREST to receive less state funding than expected
PENNCREST School Board may have to dip into its savings funds to balance its 2014-15 budget because it is receiving about $300,000 less than it expected in state funding.
Saegertown woman dies after crash on Baldwin Street Extension
A Saegertown woman died Friday afternoon following a one-vehicle roll-over crash in West Mead Township.
Numerous reasons explain why Meadville's gas prices at times highest in region
During periods from April to June, the Meadville area held the highest average price for unleaded self-serve gasoline over at least 20 other metropolitan areas in western Pennsylvania, including Pittsburgh and Erie.
Supporters rally, plan fundraisers to save Conneaut Lake Park
While the taxing bodies that hold the future of Conneaut Lake Park in their hands may meet to discuss a proposed sheriff’s sale or tax sale, supporters of the park are planning fundraisers and volunteer work projects to make the park more attractive.
One remains in serious condition after being hit in Dairy Queen parking lot
Police on Thursday released the names of those involved in a Tuesday evening crash on Route 322 that led to two people being flown to UPMC Hamot in Erie.
Donation improves second-floor room at Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum
Among the 35 rooms in the Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum, 22 are filled with pieces of Crawford County history. From U.S. Supreme Court Justice Henry Baldwin’s library and study, to numerous pieces of historic art, there are countless artifacts that connect Crawford Countians to their past.
'Millie' emerging in downtown Meadville summer campaign
Loch Ness has “Nessie,” and Lake Erie has “Bessie.” And now, Meadville has “Millie.”
Conneaut School Board sides with sale of Conneaut Lake Park
Conneaut School Board voted on Wednesday during its monthly meeting to remain on track for a sheriff’s sale of Conneaut Lake Park, but the board is willing to listen to the county’s lead economic development agency’s plan to pay back taxes within four years.
Once-small Townville Old Home Days now a summertime staple
Frog jumping, outhouse racing and beauty queens are just a few of the events in store for participants of what has become a Crawford County summertime tradition: Townville Old Home Days.
Tavern owners threaten to close if township doesn't set noise ordinance
Roughly two years of dialogue regarding noise complaints against JD’s Tap House have owners Michelle and Dan Perrine ready to pack up their business unless township supervisors can produce their desired result — a township noise ordinance for businesses with a liquor license.
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