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Locke Lasts 3+ Innings In Pirates’ 9-5 Home Loss To Milwaukee

Jeff Locke (8-6) walked five batters and allowed five runs and seven hits over only three-plus innings on Wednesday night as the Pittsburgh Pirates (48-46) lost a 9-5 decision to the Milwaukee Brewers (40-52) at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Jonathan Lucroy drove in three runs for the Brewers, and Chris Carter and Scooter Gennett had…

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It’s Oil Heritage Festival Week!

Although close to a dozen events will already have been held, the official start of Oil City’s annual Oil Heritage Festival is Thursday (July 21). Some changes in this year’s schedule have been made due to the reconstruction of the Center Street Bridge, so many activities that would previously have prompted the closing of the…

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Titusville Man Sentenced To Up To 86 Years In Convictions On Sexual Abuse Of Six Girls

A Titusville man was sentenced Tuesday to 43-to-86 years in prison on his convictions on multiple counts of sexual abuse in a case involving six young girls. 47 year-old Terrell Spinks had been convicted on forty counts and acquitted on five others in a trial held last November in Crawford County Court.  Each of the victims had…

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New Titusville Police Chief Begins Work

The new Titusville Police chief began his duties this week. 53 year-old Harold Minch has served in law enforcement for three agencies in Florida for just under thirty years, most recently as a Captain in an organized crime unit in the Collier County Sheriff’s Department. Minch was one of 32 candidates for the position, which…

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Harrison Triple Leads To 3-2 Pirates Walkoff Win Against Milwaukee

Leading off the bottom of the ninth inning, Josh Harrison tripled and scored on a throwing error, giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a 3-2 walkoff win versus the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The victory came moments after Milwaukee’s Hernan Perez struck an RBI single to tie the game at 2-2…

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Study: Fracking May Lead To More Asthma Problems

The results of a new study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association Internal Medicine purport to show that asthma patients are up to four times more likely to undergo asthma attacks if they live near bigger unconventional gas wells or a larger numbers of such wells. Researchers at Johns Hopkins…

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New Alcohol Purchases Laws Kick In August 8

Starting early next month, it will become easier to purchase alcoholic beverages in Pennsylvania. We live in one of seventeen states in which government still controls the sale of alcohol.  New regulations which will go into effect on August 8 will mark the biggest changes in state regulations in quite some time. Under the new…

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PA.’s One Dollar Cigarette Tax Hike To Take Effect August 1

The one dollar increase in the state’s cigarette tax is scheduled to take effect on August 1. The hike was mandated through part of the newly-enacted state budget package.  It would raise the tax that Pennsylvania smokers pay on a pack of cigarettes to $2.60, the tenth-highest such levy of any state in the nation.…

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Meadville Man Accused In New Years Eve Overdose Death Now Charged With Intimidating A Witness

A Meadville man who earlier this month was charged in the death by drug overdose of a woman in Sugarcreek Borough on New Years Eve now faces additional charges which include the intimidation of a witness. 34 year-old Calvin Heath has been accused of threatening a woman at the Venango County Jail.  The woman has…

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No Injuries Reported In Cooperstown Fire

No injuries were reported in a structure fire battled Monday afternoon in Cooperstown. Five fire companies responded to the blaze at a structure on the 100-block of Maple Lane.  Firefighters were back at their stations by the end of the afternoon. No other details were available.

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