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Cole Throws 2-Hitter, But Pirates Lose 1-0

Gerrit Cole pitched a two-hitter through seven innings for the Pittsburgh Pirates, but a run that scored on a error in the top of the second inning Tuesday night led to a 1-0 victory for the Chicago Cubs (12-8) in the middle game of a three-game series at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Cole (1-3) was…

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Steelers Wide Receiver Martavis Bryant Reinstated By NFL – But………..

The National Football League has reinstated Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Martavis Bryant – to some extent, anyway. Bryant had been suspended for the 2016 season for a second violation of the league’s substance abuse policy. The league, however, wants to confirm that Bryant has set up what they term as “clinical resources” in Pittsburgh.  So,…

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Earnhardt To Retire Following 2017 Racing Season

Dale Earnhardt will retire at the end of the 2017 NASCAR Cup season. The announcement was made Tuesday by Earnhardt’s ownership team, Hendrick Motorsports, and was followed up with confirmation at a mid-afternoon news conference. Earnhardt is 42, and has won 26 races in the competition now known as the Monster Energy Cup Series, but…

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6-Year Contract Approved For Oil City Teachers

The Oil City Area School District has confirmed that the new contract for Oil City teachers covers six years, and is retroactive to July 1 of last year. The new pact was approved Monday by a 5-to-2 vote by the district’s school board. The approximately 150 faculty members represented by the Oil City Area Education…

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Venango Catholic High School To Remain Open

The Erie Catholic Diocese informed Venango Catholic High School in Oil City on Tuesday that the school will remain open. In February of last year, the Diocese announced the school’s closing, only to reverse their decision in May following a large and immediate campaign for support and funding from parents, faculty, students and the community. …

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Titusville Teachers Have New Five-Year Contract

The Titusville Area School Board has approved a new five-year contract with the district’s faculty. Union members have not had an updated agreement since the summer of 2015, so the new pact will be retroactive to July 1 of that year. The average salary increase in the deal is reported to be worth just over…

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Saturday Is Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

This Saturday, April 29, will be National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The national initiative, conducted in partnership with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, is meant to encourage the public to dispose of expired, unused or unwanted prescription medications which may be prone to abuse or theft. In Venango County, the Franklin station of the Pennsylvania…

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Paving To Begin Next Week On Route 322 In Western Venango County

A complete resurfacing project is set to begin next week on Route 322 in western Venango County.  The work could take up to five months. PennDOT says the job will cover a four-mile stretch of highway from Utica Road to the Crawford County line.  It will include milling and resurfacing, along with updated road shoulders,…

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Clintonville Man Pleads Guilty In Cochranton Assault Case

A Clintonville man entered guilty pleas to two counts in Crawford County Court on Monday in a case from last summer in which a Polk-area woman, six juveniles and he were charged with an assault on a man at Lions Park in Cochranton. 19 year-old Bradley Simmons pleaded guilty to charges of unlawful restraint and…

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Pirates Bombed 14-3 By Chicago Cubs

The defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs jumped on Pittsburgh starter Chad Kuhl for nine runs in less than two innings’ time in a 14-3 romp over the Pirates on Monday night at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Jason Heyward slammed a three-run home run in the first inning, and finished with four RBI’s.  Kris Bryant…

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