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Exploring Meadville's tool and industry legacy
Albert Foriska looked at some of Meadville’s industrial names and shook his head with a wry smile.
Hoax letter was sign of times during JFK era
Although it was a big issue during John F. Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign, a candidate’s religion wouldn’t be much of a driver now, according to some area political scientists.
First major storm of winter hits hard
Depending on where you live in Crawford County, there may between 4 and 8 inches of snow on the ground when you wake up this morning — with more on the way, according to the National Weather Service.
SUNDAY ISSUE: Black Friday turning into Blah Friday?
America’s biggest retailers are being accused of ruining millions of turkey dinners this year by opening on Thanksgiving. But the All-American tradition most at risk from the ever-earlier store openings is the shopping event that has driven U.S. holiday spending for the past 40 years — Black Friday.
'Techno artists' converge on Edinboro
“It’s cool to see if you can build a car that goes faster than anybody else’s,” Nick Johns said.
- Lake effect snow warning is now in effect
Plan raises state's maximum speed limit to 70 mph
Motorists can look forward to road work zones all over the commonwealth when Gov. Tom Corbett signs a $2.4 billion a year transportation funding plan.
PennDOT calls in 'Plowzilla' to take on Ol' Man Winter
Drivers need to be aware of and avoid getting too close to a huge new tool used for clearing snow and ice off Interstate 79 and portions of Route 6/322 in Crawford County.
Crawford County's president judge honored with humanitarian service award
President Judge Anthony J. Vardaro of Crawford County Court of Common Pleas has been honored by Women’s Services Inc. with its Sheridan Award for humanitarian service to the community.
Community invited to view and participate in multimedia project documenting area's tool and die past and future
The community is invited to an opening reception for “Tool City Voices,” a collaborative community storytelling project, on Sunday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Meadville Market House. The multimedia installation is a collaboration among Crawford County tool and die shops, Crawford County Career and Technical School, Allegheny College students and a number of other community partners.
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