The Titusville Herald

The Titusville Herald Established June 14, 1865, The Titusville Herald was the first daily newspaper in the Pennsylvania Oil Region.

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The Herald is currently accepting submissions for the 2022 Cutest Kids Calendar. Instructions are in the photo, but we w...
11/11/2021

The Herald is currently accepting submissions for the 2022 Cutest Kids Calendar. Instructions are in the photo, but we would appreciate the dropping off of photos at the office.

The Herald is currently accepting submissions for the 2022 Cutest Kids Calendar. Instructions are in the photo, but we would appreciate the dropping off of photos at the office.

Just months ago the Titusville Police Department launched their campaign to raise $75,000 for a Police K-9 to return to ...
11/03/2021
Titusville Police hit K-9 fundraising goal

Just months ago the Titusville Police Department launched their campaign to raise $75,000 for a Police K-9 to return to the city. They recently announced that they have hit their goal, and wanted to thank everyone who helped make it possible.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_b3677422-3cce-11ec-8b7b-537cd402d00a.html

Titusville will be getting a new officer in town. This officer is young, fast, good looking and will help the rest of the police department keep drugs off of the

After a long week on the run, Ida TarBONES decided to take it easy and go home. Where is she spending her day inside by ...
10/29/2021

After a long week on the run, Ida TarBONES decided to take it easy and go home. Where is she spending her day inside by the fire?

After a long week on the run, Ida TarBONES decided to take it easy and go home. Where is she spending her day inside by the fire?

Being in the city scared Ida TarBONES a little yesterday. She decided to retreat to the woods, but where exactly is she ...
10/28/2021

Being in the city scared Ida TarBONES a little yesterday. She decided to retreat to the woods, but where exactly is she today?

Being in the city scared Ida TarBONES a little yesterday. She decided to retreat to the woods, but where exactly is she today?

After the sneaky skeleton Ida TarBONES stumped everyone while in the Hydetown wilderness yesterday, reports have spotted...
10/27/2021

After the sneaky skeleton Ida TarBONES stumped everyone while in the Hydetown wilderness yesterday, reports have spotted her in town. Where in town is Ida TarBONES today?

After the sneaky skeleton Ida TarBONES stumped everyone while in the Hydetown wilderness yesterday, reports have spotted her in town. Where in town is Ida TarBONES today?

With just a few days until Halloween, The Herald has been notified of the presence we have nicknamed Ida TarBONES. Old T...
10/26/2021

With just a few days until Halloween, The Herald has been notified of the presence we have nicknamed Ida TarBONES. Old TarBONES has been roaming in the area. If you think you know where the old bag of bones is in the picture, let us know in the comments.

With just a few days until Halloween, The Herald has been notified of the presence we have nicknamed Ida TarBONES. Old TarBONES has been roaming in the area. If you think you know where the old bag of bones is in the picture, let us know in the comments.

A gravel race is coming to Titusville. Organizer Adam Diem is asking the community for some help choosing the name, hopi...
10/14/2021
Dirt roads and open space provide perfect setting for a gravel race

A gravel race is coming to Titusville. Organizer Adam Diem is asking the community for some help choosing the name, hoping that the name will tie into the region's rich history.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_c2663b4a-2ac0-11ec-a133-cbadb8b99c87.html

Adam Diem has lived all over the world. As an endurance trainer and competitor, he has raced down roads in Germany, Italy, Spain, the U.S. west coast, the southwest and

09/27/2021

The Titusville Herald has walking delivery routes available. Must be available in the early morning hours (completed by 7 a.m.) Tuesday, through Saturday. If interested please respond to this posting. For more information, or to express interest, call 814.827.3634 or email [email protected]

09/22/2021

The national weather service in Cleveland issued a hazardous weather outlook for northeast Ohio and northwest Pennsylvania. There is a threat for strong to severe thunderstorms this afternoon and early evening. Strong damaging wind gusts and possibly a tornado can be expected with the severe thunderstorms.

On Friday, fire departments across the county came together to pay their respects to those who lost their lives on 9/11....
09/13/2021
2,000 steps, 20 years later, first responders remember 9/11

On Friday, fire departments across the county came together to pay their respects to those who lost their lives on 9/11. More than 100 people signed up to walk 17 flights of stairs, representing the number of steps first responders took on that fateful day to reach the top of the towers.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_b88e2d2a-14be-11ec-9ecc-4378e7ea5954.html

WEST MEAD TOWNSHIP — 20 years ago America was brought to its knees.

With fair season wrapping up, one local student is riding high. Competing for years, Lauryn Irwin had her best year yet,...
09/07/2021
Genetics, nutrition and management, one local teen’s recipe for fair success

With fair season wrapping up, one local student is riding high. Competing for years, Lauryn Irwin had her best year yet, earning a multitude of awards and prizes.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_e61e71ea-1005-11ec-80ad-9bcec31c4b08.html

Lauryn Irwin and her parents, Amber and AJ, run a dairy farm outside of Titusville on Gilson Ridge Road. The family has many cows, and raise and manage those cows

Two musicians that have traveled the world to perform are looking to setup roots here in Titusville. The couple recently...
09/01/2021
Couple creates school in perfect harmony

Two musicians that have traveled the world to perform are looking to setup roots here in Titusville. The couple recently moved to the area, and are starting a new music school, the Rocsato Conservatory of Music at Hillhurst
https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_75a2f096-0b3f-11ec-b121-3706a726dacc.html

Aimé Sposato and Gregory Rock are two musicians who have traveled the world performing. They have played in front of presidents, prime ministers, a pope and thousands of die-hard fans.

While their doors were closed, the Titusville Historical Society - Titusville, PA was busy at work. The organization rec...
08/30/2021
Historical society creates their space of the future

While their doors were closed, the Titusville Historical Society - Titusville, PA was busy at work. The organization recently re-opened to the public, with a new space and new programming on the way.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_69daa5a2-09b3-11ec-940a-fffe9c26f803.html

During the COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions, while most were learning new skills while uanable to gather, the Titusville Historical Society also took the time to come back better than ever.

The Titusville Police Department have been busy fundraising for the return of a Police K-9. Local businesses have been c...
08/24/2021
Businesses and community rally around police to raise funds for K9

The Titusville Police Department have been busy fundraising for the return of a Police K-9. Local businesses have been chipping in to help, and there are many more opportunities to pitch in.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_b74e0f3c-0458-11ec-bdcd-e709b533ac49.html

The Titusville Police Department is pulling out all the stops. A dunking booth, GoFundMe page, donations cans, shirts, letters to businesses and a cash-bash.

With fair season in full swing, the grills and deep fryers of local non-profits are busy. These groups have become fair ...
08/16/2021
Good food for a good cause, nonprofit vendors return to Warren County Fair

With fair season in full swing, the grills and deep fryers of local non-profits are busy. These groups have become fair staples serving up good food that help even better causes.

https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_89653216-feb4-11eb-a001-bb7bd6b043dc.html

PITTSFIELD, Warren County— If you ask anyone at the Warren County Fair what is the one thing you have to try, they will give you a resounding answer — the

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The Herald is currently accepting submissions for the 2022 Cutest Kids Calendar. Instructions are in the photo, but we would appreciate the dropping off of photos at the office.
When Jason Pottle bought Wentworth Ford, his goal was always to move the business to Titusville. That goal has been realized as Titusville Ford is now open, and in a building built for the future. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_c0e6eb0a-3e5e-11ec-bee6-172805fe3569.html
Just months ago the Titusville Police Department launched their campaign to raise $75,000 for a Police K-9 to return to the city. They recently announced that they have hit their goal, and wanted to thank everyone who helped make it possible. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_b3677422-3cce-11ec-8b7b-537cd402d00a.html
Tomorrow is election day across the country. For area residents, there are many local races to be decided. Voters in Titusville should head to the YMCA, where all city voting will occur this year. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_88d3d08e-3b43-11ec-9a49-0f5ffa2b8a29.html
After a long week on the run, Ida TarBONES decided to take it easy and go home. Where is she spending her day inside by the fire?
There will be some interesting colors and jerseys around town tonight as Eisenhower and Saegertown have a playoff game at Carter Field. Hosting a game like this was one of the goals when the district decided to renovate Carter Field. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_4393db22-38dc-11ec-92f3-db6de633b27e.html
Being in the city scared Ida TarBONES a little yesterday. She decided to retreat to the woods, but where exactly is she today?
If you need motivation to do that workout or go on that run, look no further than Audrey Lewis. Lewis celebrated her 99th birthday at the YMCA with the Silver Sneakers, and burned off the cupcakes brought in for her. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_c42cbff6-3756-11ec-8285-c741088945fa.html
After the sneaky skeleton Ida TarBONES stumped everyone while in the Hydetown wilderness yesterday, reports have spotted her in town. Where in town is Ida TarBONES today?
With just a few days until Halloween, The Herald has been notified of the presence we have nicknamed Ida TarBONES. Old TarBONES has been roaming in the area. If you think you know where the old bag of bones is in the picture, let us know in the comments.
You have the right to remain scared. Titusville's police officers are moving their haunted house to the Ed Myer complex, where cruisers will pull wagons through a 2-mile haunted loop. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_4f5d2be2-3356-11ec-b388-5777e837ac40.html
At the age of 36, Tina Phillips for the second time found out she had cancer. The Herald spoke with Phillips to share her story, and raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. https://www.titusvilleherald.com/news/article_cf7b4082-304c-11ec-b559-2b89c7cceb17.html