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Filmmaker brings project to Jamestown
Independent filmmaker Scott Nelson has based the last few years of his filmmaking in Los Angeles, but the Oil City native has come to Jamestown to shoot his latest work in progress.
Appeal denied for man in 2008 Woodcock sex assault
A Michigan man sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison on sexual assault charges three years ago was denied a post-conviction appeal supposedly sought before the summer of 2011.
Veteran enjoying second career as area innkeeper
After 20 years in the U.S. Air Force and another 12 years as a commercial pilot, Keith Bromley has been around the world several times over. But these days, the Titusville resident is sticking closer to home and making a go of it as an innkeeper. It’s a business he says is perfectly suited to his personality.
Meadville apartment shut down in meth lab investigation
An active Meadville Police Department meth lab investigation has resulted in both entrances to the Fairmont/Fairview apartment complex near Meadville’s Huidekoper Park being closed this afternoon pending the arrival of a Pennsylvania State Police mobile laboratory, according to Assistant Chief Tom Liscinski. “Everything is shut down until we know more about what’s inside the apartment,” he said.
Young scholars urged to excel
Five scholarships were awarded during the 41st annual Meadville Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Corp. celebration.
'Pass on' medical equipment, resources
A program named “Pass It On” makes donated refurbished medical equipment available to people in the Crawford County area who lack the insurance coverage or means to buy medical equipment.
MASH student's winning design shows his 'bright future'
In preschool, he impressed his teachers with his precision cutting skills. While still in fifth grade, he knocked the socks off faculty members at Rochester Institute of Technology with his computerized 3-D modeling skills.
North Street project expected to start today
Drivers are advised to plan extra time for traveling through or around downtown Meadville beginning this morning.
SUNDAY ISSUE: Boosting student scores
School officials in Conneaut, Ohio, hope an experiment to boost students’ test results pays dividends when state report cards are released in the months ahead.
Fishing tourney is used to talk about invasive species
Fisherman Chuck Gisselbrecht knows there is a simple way to prevent unwanted species of plants and animals from fouling Pymatuning Lake.
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