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McLamb crowned 2014 Grand Leprechaun
DUBLIN-ON-FRENCH-CREEK — And then there was one.
Overcoming monumental odds, including having to engineer his race while working in Volant, of all places, Meadville resident Matt McLamb will don the coveted hat of Grand Leprechaun to stride grandly along Chestnut Street in today’s Jack Curtin St. Patrick’s Day Parade and party at the gala Celebration that follows at the Downtown Mall.
Investigators not ruling yet on cause of Northgate fire
The cause of an early Tuesday fire that ripped through one of the buildings at the Northgate Apartments complex remains under investigation by a Pennsylvania State Police fire marshal.
Wesbury partners with LECOM for Successful Aging initiative
Looking to expand medical services to benefit an aging population in Crawford County, Wesbury United Methodist Retirement Community has established a new partnership with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.
4-H Awareness Week starts Sunday
During Pennsylvania 4-H Awareness Week, Sunday through Friday, 4-H members from Crawford County are encourage all interested youth to learn more about 4-H and consider becoming a member.
Crawford County Fair ups entry fee by $3
Though it will cost $3 more to go to the 2014 Crawford County Fair, an all-day amusement ride pass is now included in the entry fee.
Police seek public's help following shooting incident
Vernon Township Police Department are seeking the public’s help in a noon-hour gun incident along Dunham Road on Thursday.
Legislator hopes to change closed-door meetings rule
Elected officials often abuse closed-door meetings, according to a state legislator who wants all secret sessions to be recorded to make it easier to find the truth should questions arise later.
Local producers not sappy over late spring prior to annual Maple Taste and Tour
Maple syrup season is running a little behind schedule this year, but local producers refuse to get sappy over a late spring as they prepare for the 11th annual Maple Taste and Tour this weekend.
Titusville-area woman to go to trial on third-degree homicide charges
A Titusville-area woman has been ordered to stand trial in Venango County Court of Common Pleas for allegedly killing her live-in boyfriend earlier this month after he dared her to shoot during an argument.
New resource officer Mogel working to shed wrong ideas about police in schools
As Meadville Police Department’s newly-appointed school resource officer, one of biggest issues Nick Mogel finds himself confronting these days is mistaken ideas about why he’s there.
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