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Franklin Man Hospitalized In Erie After Rollover On Congress Hill Road

A Franklin-area man was hospitalized in Erie after a rollover accident on Congress Hill Road in Sandycreek Township this week. State Police officials tell KQW that 53 year-old Gregory Bell was thrown through the rear hatch window of his S-U-V in the incident. Troopers say Bell was traveling south at a high rate of speed…

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Malkin Scores In Overtime For 4-3 Penguins Home Win Over St. Louis

Evgeni Malkin scored some 63 seconds into overtime on Wednesday night, giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 4-3 victory over the St. Louis Blues in their annual Thanksgiving Eve home game at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Sidney Crosby scored twice in regulation for Pittsburgh (13-8), and Ben Lovejoy added a goal.  Marc-Andre Fleury (11-7) stopped…

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Pitt Routs Cornell 93-49; Artis Leads Panthers With 21 Points

Jamel Artis scored 21 points on Wednesday night to lead Pitt (3-0) to a 93-49 romp over Cornell at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh. Chris Jones tallied 15 points, coming off the Panthers’ bench.  Michael Young added 12 points, and Damon Wilson recorded 10. Meanwhile, the Pitt defense held Cornell’s starting backcourt of Robert…

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Special Senate Committee Recommends Hearing Into Removal Of Attorney General Kathleen Kane

A special bipartisan state Senate committee recommended Wednesday that the Senate hold a hearing to investigate whether Attorney General Kathleen Kane should remain in office. The panel did not make a specific recommendations about whether or not Kane should be removed.  Two of the seven committee members, both Democrats, voted that the Senate does not…

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Agriculture Department’s Pesticide Collection Program To Reach Our Area Next Year

An annual program that allows farmers, agribusinesses and other large pesticide users to safely dispose of unwanted materials reaches our area next year. The program, known as Chemsweep, is operated by the state Department of Agriculture and is offered in different Pennsylvania counties each year.  Venango, Clarion and Forest Counties are among the seventeen counties…

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Penn State Drops To 2-2 With 86-74 Loss To Radford

Five Nittany Lions players reached double figures in scoring on Tuesday night, but Penn State dropped an 86-74 decision to Radford, dropping to 2-2 this season. Cameron Jones hit five three-pointers and finished with 23 points for the Highlanders (4-2).  Rashun Davis added 18 points for Radford, YaYa Anderson tallied 14, Ed Polite, Jr. recorded…

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State Budget Talks To Start Over

So much for the informal Thanksgiving deadline for reaching a new state budget! The Governor and state lawmakers appear ready to head back to the starting point to try to reach agreement on a new spending plan, even as we approach the start of the sixth month without one. With the framework for a budget…

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Safety Urged, Good Weather Expected Locally For Thanksgiving Travel

The day before Thanksgiving is traditionally considered the busiest travel day of the year in the United States, and this year, some 46.9 million Americans are expected to be away from home at some point during the holiday. Here in Pennsylvania, officials are urging safe and sober travel. Officials from the Pennsylvania State Police, all…

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New Route 173 Bridge In Cochranton Opens

The new bridge constructed this year on Route 173 over French Creek near Cochranton opened Wednesday (Nov. 25). Route 173 has been closed for the construction project since early April.  The new 339-foot-long “prestressed concrete” bridge replaces an 85 year-old span which was declared structurally deficient, and is located near the intersections of both Route 322 and…

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Titusville City Council Gives First Approval To 2016 Budget With No Real Estate Tax Increase

Titusville City Council has voted to accept the first reading of a 2016 city budget which would contain no increase in property taxes. The spending plan is balanced at just under four million dollars. Tuesday’s vote on the plan was unanimous.  A final vote is expected on December 22.

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