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Penguins Allow 7; Columbus Grabs First Place With 11th Straight Win

A four-goal third period and a hat trick by veteran Scotty Hartnall helped the Columbus Blue Jackets to their 11th straight victory Thursday night, a 7-1 home win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The victory gave the Blue Jackets (22-5-4) possession of first place in the NHL Metropolitan Division over both the Penguins (21-8-5) and the…

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Sugarcreek Gets New Budget With One-Mill Tax Increase

With Borough residents still clamoring for more funding for their police and fire departments, Sugarcreek Borough Council on Thursday gave final approval to a 2017 budget that contains a one mill increase in real estate taxes. Some complained that not enough of the projected hike in revenue from the extra taxes will be going to…

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Pitt Beats Nebraska-Omaha For 10th Win In 12 Games

Michael Young paced Pitt with 24 points and 11 rebounds on Wednesday night as the Panthers (10-2) defeated visiting Nebraska-Omaha for their tenth win in twelve games this season. Jamel Artis added 19 points for Pitt, and Ryan Luther came off the bench with yet another double-figure performance, finishing with 11 points. The Mavericks (7-6)…

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Cooperstown Man Charged With Attempted Rape

A Cooperstown man has been charged with attempted rape and other counts in an incident which police say involved a young girl. State Police officials say 18 year-old James Fulton is accused of barricading a girl said to be under thirteen inside a residence in Jackson Township, and beginning to engage in inappropriate physical contact…

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State Officials Give Update On Progress On Medical Marijuana

State Health officials say medical marijuana is expected to be available in Pennsylvania by the middle of 2018. Officials on Wednesday provided an update on the legalization process. The latest phase of medical marijuana legislation involves distributing licenses for growers, processors and dispensaries. John Collins, the director of the Pennsylvania Office of Medical Marijuana, says…

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Oil City, Emlenton Receive Grants For Recreational Projects

State Senator Scott Hutchinson’s office announced recently that some $72,000 in grants is coming to a pair of Venango County communities for the further development of recreational facilities. Oil City will receive $62,000 for the development of the Erie-to-Pittsburgh hiking and biking trail in the city.  That would include the construction of a half-mile trail from…

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Police Say Oil City Man Robbed Mother To Buy Drugs

An Oil City man has been jailed amid accusations that he had been robbing his mother to buy drugs. Oil City Police say 29 year-old Wayne Kightlinger is accused of taking his mother’s bank debit card from her room on three successive nights last week, and of withdrawing money with it at ATM machines.  The…

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Pittsburgh Offense Returns; Pens Rout Rangers 7-2

Following a pair of low-scoring overtime losses (1-0 and 2-1) over the weekend, the Pittsburgh Penguins discovered their scoring power once again on Tuesday night as they routed the New York Rangers 7-2 at PPG Paints Arena. Throw out the overtime loss, and the Pens are 8-0 in December, and they now find themselves back…

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State System Ratifies Contracts With University Faculties And Coaches

The governing board of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education on Tuesday ratified new contracts for faculty members and coaches at Pennsylvania’s fourteen state-owned universities. The decision affects nearly 5,500 members of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties, including many at Clarion, Slippery Rock and Edinboro Universities who had been without…

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Pennsylvania’s 20 Electoral Votes Go To Donald Trump

Members of Pennsylvania’s Electoral College, meeting Monday in Harrisburg, cast all twenty of the state’s electoral votes for President-elect Donald Trump. Trump is the first Republican Presidential candidate to win Pennsylvania since 1988.  The Keystone State, with the nation’s fifth-largest electoral vote total, was a key factor in Trump’s victory. Trump did not win the…

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