General Bellini is Meadville’s 2024 Memorial Parade Marshal
Meadville – Monday is Memorial Day and the city of Meadville will hold its annual parade and observance from 10 a.m. until about noon. The Meadville Area Memorial Day Observance Committee announced that this year’s theme will be Commemorating the Longest Day June 6th, 1944 when allied soldiers including troops from the United States began their invasion of Nazi-occupied France, beginning the end of the war in Europe; the names of 231 Crawford County residents killed in the second World War will be read as part of the observances. This year’s parade marshal and guest speaker is General Mark A. Bellini, who joined the US Army through Edinboro University’s ROTC program in 1979; among his many postings during his 32-year career was as the 49th Quartermaster General of the United States Army. Coverage of the full Memorial Day Observance and parade will be aired on Rocky 94 and 107.7.

Fish for Free
Sunday is Fish-for-Free Day in Pennsylvania. Fish-for-Free begins one minute after midnight Sunday morning. On Fish-for-Free Day no fishing licenses will be required for anglers plying Pennsylvania waters through midnight. All other fishing regulations, seasonal restrictions related to sizes, and creel limits will still apply. For more information, visit

Gas Prices Increase Ahead of Summer Travel
Pennsylvania residents will pay slightly more than the national average for gasoline if they fill their tanks at home before traveling. The average price for a gallon of gasoline in PA is $3.78 this Memorial Day Weekend, 17 cents more than the national average of $3.61. The most expensive gasoline is in California at $5.15. Gasoline prices increase in summer for a variety of reasons, the primary being an increase in demand as more people take longer journeys in their cars throughout the summer, the other main reason is that manufacturers switch to producing a more expensive summer mix of gasoline that is less prone to evaporation.

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