Monthly Archives: December 2012

No Injury In Route 157 Rollover

No injury was reported even though a Seneca woman’s vehicle sheared off a utility pole and rolled over. The incident occurred around 8:00 AM Monday on Route 157 in northern Clarion County. State Police say a vehicle operated by 22 year-old Ashlee Perillo left the highway, struck and broke off a utility pole, traveled into…

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Two Charged In Clintonville Wedding Fight

Two men were injured, and two face charges following a fight at a wedding reception on Saturday night. Police officials say the fight began when 29 year-old Ian Kazimer, from Franklin, assaulted another wedding guest who sustained facial injuries. Police say the bridegroom, identified as 44 year-old Kevin Malone, from Polk, intervened, and Kazimer was…

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Franklin Couple Sentenced In Marijuana Operation

A Franklin couple was sentenced Friday for growing marijuana in their home in the city’s Third Ward. Franklin City Police had reported their discovery of about thirty marijuana plants and several pounds of packaged marijuana during a visit to the Orchard Street home in February. 53 year-old William Opdenweyer was sentenced to sixteen months to…

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Roethlisberger Pick Leads To OT Loss By Steelers

An interception of a Ben Roethlisberger pass in overtime by the Dallas Cowboys’ Brandon Carr led to a Dan Bailey field goal that gave the Cowboys a 27-24 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers (7-7) in a game played Sunday in Arlington, Texas. The loss was the fourth in five games for the Steelers, who have fallen one…

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Cooperstown Supermarket Robbed

State Police are looking for the burglar or burglars who robbed a Cooperstown supermarket over the weekend. Investigators say someone broke into the store on North Main Street sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning.  The intruder or intruders stole money from a cash register and a vending machine, and removed more than $1,000 worth of…

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Colt Released From Cherrytree Pasture

State Police are looking for the person who stole or released a colt from a pasture in Cherrytree Township. It is believed the incident occurred around noontime on Friday. The yearling was pastured on a property on Fairview Road. Any information on the incident should be forwarded to State Police troopers at the Franklin station…

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Cranberry Budget Contains One Mill Tax Hike

The $5.7 million 2013 budget passed by the Cranberry Township supervisors last week includes a one mill real estate tax increase. The tax hike is the first in the township in nine years, and translates to an increase of about ten dollars more per year for each $10,000 worth of assessed property value. The budget was…

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Reward Set In Vandalism Of Former Governor’s Grave

Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers and the family of former Pennsylvania Governor Raymond P. Shafer have announced that a reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of whoever vandalized the governor’s gravesite near Meadville last month. The Shafer family listed the reward being offered as $2,500. State Police at the Meadville station said Thursday…

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Pitt Blasts Bethune-Cookman 89-40

Freshman center Steven Adams put up his best numbers so far on Saturday night, scoring 16 points and pulling down 10 rebounds in Pitt’s 89-40 romp over Bethune-Cookman at the Peterson Events Center in Pittsburgh. With the win, the Panthers improved to 10-1, their only loss so far coming to Michigan in the championship game…

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PIAA Championship Finals

PIAA High School Football Championship Results (all games played at HersheyPark Stadium in Hershey): “AAAA” North Allegheny 63, Coatesville 21 “AAA” Cathedral Prep 24, Archbishop Wood 14 “AA” Wyomissing 17, Aliquippa 14 “A” Clairton 20, Dunmore 0

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