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Meadville officials restrict access to gazebo in Diamond Park, citing vandalism
Just beside the chain barring entrance on one side, yellow caution tape blocked the other set of steps to the gazebo. No chain was present there because no handrail was present — a recent victim of apparent vandalism that broke off the railing all the way down to the core-drilled sandstones that sup
Meadville Medical Center looking to borrow up to $8 million
Rene Suntay, Meadville Medical Center's chief financial officer, told the Tribune on Wednesday the borrowing would focus on two main areas.
Two motorcyclists dead following Wattsburg Road accident
The accident occurred on the 9100 block of Wattsburg Road in Greene Township near Tate Road around 2:30 this afternoon. According to 9-1-1, the couple was apparently traveling north on Wattsburg Road when, for an unknown reason, they left the roadway and ran into a utility pole.
Former Meadville resident jailed on drug charges from alleged 2016 incident
Andrew Lee Hall, whose current address is listed in court documents as the Crawford County jail in Saegertown, was arraigned before Magisterial District Judge Samuel Pendolino and faces three felony and two misdemeanor charges stemming from events that occurred Oct. 12, 2016.
Model railroad club to help provide Meadville area students with STEAM skills
There’s a new model railroad club in town and Nick Ozorak, the conductor behind it, wants to make one thing clear: this is not your grandfather’s model railroad club.
Two injured after pickup-train crash near Conneautville
The driver of the pickup was Kevin Joseph Zebik, 54. His passenger was Steven George Cianca, 49. It is not known at this time which man was transported via helicopter and which was transported via ambulance. A Tribune attempt to gather Zebik and Cianca's conditions from UPMC Hamot was unsuccessful t
Meadville man to trial on multiple sexual offenses
Paul E. Bollinger, 80, of 648 Dickson Place, waived his right to a preliminary hearing before Magisterial District Judge Samuel Pendolino on a total of 21 charges filed by Meadville Police Department. By waiving his right to a hearing, Bollinger automatically was ordered held for trial in Crawford C
Family Video in Meadville to close
A relic of a bygone century to some, a thriving source of entertainment for all ages to others, the video rental store behind the iconic glass-brick tower is closing its doors.
Clarion 12-and-Under Little League All-Stars Headed to State Tourney After 1-0 Win over MYAA
Jase Ferguson’s one-out single to center in the second inning scored Devon Lauer from second base, and the three-headed pitching monster of Dawson Smail, Ferguson and Tommy Smith made that run stand up in a game that was a must-win for MYAA but not for Clarion, which would have gotten a second crack
Movie capsules: What's coming to Erie, Meadville, July 19-25
More details about "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again," "The Equalizer 2" and other films screening at local theaters this week.
Adaptive water sports clinic on Conneaut Lake 'a ton of fun' despite weather
“See those? They’re called whitecaps,” said Andrea Peters with a gesture toward the rough water just off the stern of the speedboat that carried her and two other volunteers with the Adaptive Water Sports Clinic held at the Iroquois Fishing and Boating Club this week. “Those are not good for skiing.
Mother who allowed meth lab to operate in her home gets two years probation
Yesterday, a judge sentenced her husband, Gary Palmer, to 6 months - 1 year in Erie County Prison followed by three years probation.
Part of new romantic comedy filmed in Meadville
"I always try to bring every production that I'm doing into the town. It's great for the town, great for the economy... When I did my TV show we were here for more than a year," Pescatelli tells us. "It's a wonderful thing to film in Meadville. I feel... I feel blessed."
SECTION 1 BASEBALL: Meadville can’t catch Harborcreek in rain delayed Section 1 opener
Henry DeSantis-Biggs (left) gets a fist-bump from coach Matt Feleppa after hitting a single against Harborcreek in a Section 1 8-10 Year Olds baseball tournament winner’s bracket semifinal at the Crawford County Fairgrounds Fields on Monday. DeSantis-Biggs did what he could to power the Meadville of
Local 8-10’s can’t keep up with hard-hitting DuBois
Meadville/Vernon’s Colin Reichel is greeted at the bag during one of his many trips to first base during Tuesday’s Section 1 8-10 Year Old elimination game at the Crawford County Fairgrounds fields. Despite a solid day at the plate for Reichel and several other Meadville/Vernon players, the team cou
Pickup-train crash reported near Conneautville
SUMMERHILL TOWNSHIP — A pickup truck collided with a train at a crossing in Summerhill Township, south of Conneautville shortly before noon today.Reports from the scene indicate at least one serious injury.Pennsylvania State Police have been called to the scene, along with emergency medical personne
Gas prices unchanged in Meadville area over past week
"A very mixed week as oil prices collapsed Wednesday, opening the door for a round of late-week price drops, but motorists shouldn't be fooled — it may not last long," said Patrick DeHaan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy. "Two things are for sure in one's lifespan: death and taxes, but you c
FULL STORY: Former Meadville HR worker charged with theft, tampering with records
Barbara E. Hall, 46, 17052 Kebort Road, Meadville, was arraigned Friday on one count each of theft by unlawful taking and tampering with records for allegedly taking the money between 2016 and 2018. Police allege Hall filed 17 false explanation of benefits transactions for health insurance benefits
Volunteer of the Month is Meadville Auxiliary Police captain
For example, many auxiliary police members are placed at intersections when there is a bike race or a 5K to maintain traffic control for the safety of the participants. They also assist with the annual Thurston Classic hot-air balloon event, for example.
Thousands flock to Wesbury for chicken, crafts and more
Christian Shields, 8, and his father, Jim Shields, of Townville smile for their close-up as Sara Cotherman of Meadville finishes a caricature of them Sunday at Wesbury’s 29th annual Chicken BBQ and Craft Fair.