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Black Friday hasn’t lost its luster even as Thanksgiving Day sales attract strong crowds, according to two local retailers and stores across the country.
For Salvation Army, young musicians try new 'instrument'
With the landscape looking more like late December than the day after Thanksgiving and the temperature hovering in the mid-30s, a planned appearance by members of the Cambridge Springs High School Blue Devil Marching Band didn’t go off quite as planned Friday afternoon, but this band doesn’t give up easily.
Hundreds fed at free, open-to-the-public Thanksgiving meal
“It warms your heart and makes you feel good about the holidays,” Charyn Parsons said Thursday afternoon. “It’s better than shopping.”
Judge weighs options in name-missing-from-ballot case
Bruce M. Peterson, the Democratic Party nominee for a six-year term on the Wayne Township Board of Supervisors whose name was omitted from the November ballot, will have to wait a bit longer for word on the next step.
Adamsville man killed in Route 62 collision
Joseph John Ferraro Jr., 59, of Pitts Road, Adamsville, died Tuesday as the results of injuries sustained in a two-vehicle accident on Route 62 in Sandy Lake Township at approximately 3:17 p.m. Tuesday.
Area Christmas parties help kids, families struggling through holidays
With Christmas fast approaching, Santa has a lot of help in Crawford County as a number of groups sponsor annual parties and events to help families struggling to provide for their children.
Vehicle turns Titusville Advance Auto into a drive-through
A vehicle ran into the Advance Auto store on W. Spring Street at about 6:25 p.m. today, crashing through the store's glass window.
Route 86 reopened between Route 198 and Erie Street
UPDATE: Route 86 is reopened.
Police and emergency crews have closed Route 86 between Route 198 and Erie Street due to deteriorating road conditons.
Rep. seeks change to traditional start of rifle deer season
Many workers will take time away from their jobs and students will be absent from school on Monday to participate in the first day of rifle deer-hunting season in Pennsylvania. Republican State Rep. Greg Lucas, whose Fifth District includes part of Crawford County, would like the Pennsylvania Game Commission to consider a simple change in future years that could avoid some of that missed work and class time.
Former area firefighter on list for kidney transplant
Dennis Ganter of North Shenango Township served eight years with the U.S. Air Force as a firefighter and spent more than 30 years as a volunteer firefighter, fighting fires in both the Pittsburgh area and North Shenango Township.
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