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Regional Juried Photo Exhibit opens Friday night in Meadville
Meadville Council on the Arts' Regional Juried Photo Exhibit opens Friday the Heeschen Gallery (second floor of the Market House) and runs through May 24. The photography show features photographs from artists living with 250 miles of Meadville. The public is invited to a reception on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. when the awards will be announced.
Sheriff: All participants are winners in countywide young driver skills competition
“All of you are winners in our eyes,” Crawford County Sheriff Nick Hoke told student participants of the county’s sixth annual Young Driver Skills Competition at New Beginnings Church of God Tuesday morning.
Venango couple found in contempt over property cleanup spat
A Venango couple has been found in contempt of a Crawford County Court of Common Pleas order for failing to clean up three properties they own in the borough. They now must pay toward the cleanup and face the threat of jail time if they interfere with the work.
No new fees to come for Armstrong cable subscribers in West Mead
Armstrong cable television subscribers in the township will not face any new fees under an agreement that is moving toward approval.
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Cambridge Springs company looks for tax assistance during expansion
A proposed expansion of LORD Corporation’s Cambridge Springs plant aimed at responding to the needs of the oil and gas industry took two steps forward Monday night.
This week's Crawford County's 'Most Wanted' sought for theft, receiving stolen property
Name: Brenda A. Bellotti
More than 160 pounds of unwanted prescription medications already brought in by county program
More than 160 pounds of unwanted prescription and over-the-counter-medications have been collected to date by Crawford County’s MedReturn program, which started in late December.
Arc, Allegheny College team up with Best Buddies program
Allegheny College students serve as friends and mentors to area residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities through the Best Buddies program in cooperation with the Arc of Crawford, Warren and Forest counties.
Gump sets sights on bullying issue in schools as safety officer
“If we do it together, we can change the world” is the message Sgt. Craig Gump, Meadville Police Department’s school safety officer, is delivering to students attending elementary schools throughout the Crawford Central School District attendance area.
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