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Police seek help solving sheep shooting case
Pennsylvania State Police at Corry are seeking the public’s help in solving a sheep shooting in eastern Crawford County.
Meadville man guilty in scores of sex charges
In one of the most extensive child molestation cases in Crawford County in two decades, a Meadville-area man has been found guilty by a Crawford County jury of more than six dozen charges involving sexual contact with a young boy over a more than two and one-half year period.
Park set to open for season Friday afternoon
Continuing a tradition started in 1892, Conneaut Lake Park will open for another season the Friday before Memorial Day.
Conneaut Lake Park headed to tax sale over $877K in property taxes
The Crawford County Board of Commissioners said Wednesday it will put into motion plans to have Conneaut Lake Park be sold for overdue property taxes.
Election sets up possible three-way race for two spots
Based on Tuesday night’s unofficial count, there may be a three-way race for two seats on Conneaut School Board in Region 2, which roughly coincides geographically the district’s former Conneaut Valley attendance area.
Two incumbents ousted in PENNCREST primary
Two incumbent members of the PENNCREST School Board apparently have been ousted in a six-way race for the nominations for four seats on the board.
Incumbent Hills wins Republican nomination in Vernon Township
Incumbent Alden Hills is one step closer to retaining his position on the Vernon Township Board of Supervisors after winning the Republican nomination in a three-man primary Tuesday.
The Band Perry ticket crush shuts down county website
The race to obtain tickets to The Band Perry's Crawford County Fair concert overwhelmed the fair's website when tickets went on sale Monday.
Crawford Central taps Rob Smith to fill vacancy
A former elected member of the Crawford Central School Board has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the board to serve until December.
Health group make water fluoridation plea
A crowd of almost 20 members of the local community filled the Meadville Area Water Authority conference room Monday night when a group of local residents organized under the name Community Initiative for Improved Dental Health presented a plea for what they described as “optimal fluoridation of the Meadville community water system.”
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