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County supports Spartansburg charter school proposal
Saying they recognize the need for the Spartansburg area to develop its own elementary school, Crawford County commissioners have gone on record in support of the community’s plan — and commissioners will continue to explore whether the county may be able to help financially.
No timetable offered for re-opening local pedestrian bridge
A footbridge that spans Mill Run and is in the vicinity of East End Elementary School has been closed indefinitely by Meadville City Council.
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Cambridge Springs Fireman's Carnival organizers expect good turnout amid changes
While still widely regarded as one of the area’s biggest summertime events, the 62nd annual Cambridge Springs Fireman’s Carnival has shifted its schedule a bit from last year to try and retain its usual high attendance.
Cost-saving effort may backfire in Meadville City Building roof fix
Skimping on construction costs can end up costing a lot more in the long run — just ask Meadville City Council. A decision it made two years ago may end up in $50,000 of repairs to the City Building.
County cautions resident on deed solicitation notices
It looks like an official government notice saying “RECORDED DEED NOTICE,” but it’s actually a solicitation from a private company in California.
Crawford County commissioners set public meetings to get input on new courthouse expansion plan
The public gets two opportunities next month to voice its opinion about a proposed $30 million expansion plan for the Crawford County Courthouse.
Second District Elementary School to host new weekend food program for qualifying students
Constituents of Crawford Central School District are organizing a program to provide weekend meals for at least 260 Second District Elementary School students who are eligible for free or reduced school lunches.
Spartansburg charter school plan may win county commissioners' backing
Crawford County commissioners should vote Thursday on backing the Spartansburg community’s plan to develop its own elementary school — but whether the county may provide financial support remains to be seen.
Officials say behind-schedule North Street project being done right
Crawford County Fair traffic will have to follow detours because the $7 million North Street corridor improvement project is behind schedule and it will soon shut down one of the busiest intersections in the county for a month or more.
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