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53-Point Second Half Leads Pitt To 34-Point Win Over Maryland-Eastern Shore

Pitt scored 53 points in the second half on Saturday, shooting 73 percent from the floor after the intermission en route to a 92-58 rout over Maryland-Eastern Shore at Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh. Jamel Artis and Michael Young led Pitt (12-1) with 14 points apiece, and Sheldon Jeter added 13.  Bakari Copeland paced the…

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Penn State Drops 23-Point Decision To Michigan

Brandon Taylor was the only Penn State player to reach double figures as the Nittany Lions lost a 79-56 decision to Michigan on Saturday. Taylor led all players with 18 points as Penn State dropped to 9-6. Michigan (12-3) was paced by the 16 points apiece by Mark Donnal and Zak Irvin.  Muhammed-Ali Abdur-Rankman added…

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Franklin’s Kahlil West Named Pennsylvania Football News All-Stater

Franklin Knights wide receiver Kahlil West has been named to a Pennsylvania Football News all-state football squad. A senior, West was selected to the “AAA” second team after finishing his high school career as the leading receiver in District 10 history. In 2015, West  caught 61 passes for 1,181 yards and 15 touchdowns. West’s record-setting…

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Lawmakers Assess Blame For Half-Year With No State Budget

Governor Tom Wolf’s decision last week to line-veto items in the House budget which reached his desk just before Christmas means schools and human service agencies will receive some much-needed funding, but we still have moved into the second half of a fiscal year with no state budget. It appears that it is back to…

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National Fuel Projects $7.13 Increase In Average Monthly Bills, Beginning In August

In its annual Purchased Gas Cost projection filed this week with the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation estimated that their gas supply charges will increase by about $85.56 per year by next August. That would mean a hike of $7.13 per month for those National Fuel calls “typical residential customers.” The…

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Kinzua Dam Waters To Be Released; Allegheny River Should Rise Even More

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Thursday (Dec. 31) that significant increases in the water outflow from Kinzua Dam are planned for Thursday through Monday, January 4. Boaters, fishermen and those living along the Allegheny River should be advised that river levels will subsequently rise to even higher levels than we are seeing now.  The…

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Toronto Wins 3-2 Shootout Game In Pittsburgh

P.A. Parenteau and Peter Holland both scored in a shootout on Wednesday night, giving the Toronto Maple Leafs a 3-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins in an NHL game played at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Dion Phaneuf and Jake Gardiner both scored in regulation for Toronto (14-15-7), who moved out of last place in…

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Pitt Finishes Strong, Beats Syracuse 72-61 in ACC Opener

The Pitt Panthers finished with a 14-2 run Wednesday night, and won their Atlantic Coast Conference opener 72-61 over Syracuse at Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh. Sheldon Jeter scored seven of his eleven points during that stretch as Pitt improved to 11-1.  Jamel Artis paced the Panthers with 18 points, and Michael Young added 15.…

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Penn State Drops Big Ten Opener 70-64 To Maryland

The Penn State Nittany Lions opened Big Ten Conference play on Wednesday with a 70-64 loss at fourth-ranked Maryland. Maryland freshman Diamond Stone paced the Terrapins with 39 points, 32 coming in the second half, including 10-for-15 shooting from the floor and a 19-for-25 performance from the foul line.  Melo Trimble sank back-to-back three-pointers late in…

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Oil City’s First Night Rings In 2016

First Night Oil City will once again be one of the nation’s many events ringing in the new year on Thursday night. The event, billed as family-oriented and alcohol-free, will start with hat and craft-making at 5:30 PM, and will run through a second fireworks display at midnight.  In between, music, comedy, magic, juggling and many…

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