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Fleury Posts 39th Shutout As Penguins Earn First Win

Marc-Andre Fleury posted his 39th career shutout on Thursday night, and the Pittsburgh Penguins (1-3) earned their first victory of the new NHL season with a 2-0 whitewashing of the Ottawa Senators (3-2) at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. The Penguins’ top draft pick, Daniel Sprong, scored his first NHL goal, and veteran Evgeni Malkin…

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Murphy Leads Mets Past Dodgers And Into The NLCS

Daniel Murphy homered to give his team the go-ahead score, went 3-for-4, and pulled off a two-base steal which set up the tying run as the New York Mets advanced to the National League Championship Series with a 3-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in game five of a National League Division Series played Thursday…

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Work To Resume Monday On Oil City’s Center Street Bridge

PennDOT says work will resume Monday, October 19 on the Center Street Bridge in Oil City. The autumn project will include the removal of the sidewalk on the north side of the bridge to allow for the relocation of utility lines.  Some lane restrictions for motorists will be placed in effect, at times, during the job.…

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State Senate Wants Study On The Role Of The Private Sector In The Care Of Veterans

A resolution approved by the state Senate is meant to involve the private sector in the care of military veterans in Pennsylvania. The resolution directs the Legislative Budget and Finance Committee to study the potential cost savings and cost-effectiveness of allowing the state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to partner with the private sector…

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Bill Would Limit The Collection Of Union Dues For Government Employees

Legislation approved by the state Senate would place limits on the collection of union dues for government employees. The measure would bar unions representing state, school district and local government workers from deducting any portion of union dues for the purpose of political activity.  Only deductions that pay for contract negotiations and similar costs would…

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State Officials Warning Motorists About Dangers Of Encountering Deer

PennDOT and other state officials are reminding drivers that we have moved into another time of the year in which the possibility of encountering deer on the highways has increased. Last year, there were more than 4,800 deer-related automobile crashes in Pennsylvania, resulting in twelve deaths and 1,249 injuries.  The one deer-related fatality in PennDOT’s…

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Toronto, Kansas City Win To Advance To The ALCS

The Toronto Blue Jays and the Kansas City Royals will meet in the American League Championship series, beginning Friday night in Kansas City following their wins on Wednesday in the fifth games of the American League Division Series. The Blue Jays eliminated Texas in a 6-3 game in Toronto, and the Royals posted a 7-2 home…

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Minnesota Wins 3rd WNBA Title

The Minnesota Lynx, behind 20 points and 11 rebounds from Sylvia Fowles, won their third championship in five years on Wednesday night, defeating Indiana 69-52 in the fifth game of the WBNA finals. Seimone Augustus chipped in with 16 points for the Lynx, and Rebekkah Brunson led on the boards with 14 rebounds.  The Minnesota…

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Meadville Man Charged In Father’s Shooting Death In Townville

Three weeks after he was arrested in Centre County, a Meadville man has been arraigned on charges in the shooting death of his father in Townville. 33 year-old Dustin Halsaver was returned to Crawford County on Wednesday, and was arraigned on charges that included criminal homicide, fleeing police, resisting arrest, theft by unlawful taking, attempted…

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Governor Wolf Remains Staunch On Budget Impasse

There appears to be no sign of a thaw in the frigid impasse between the Democratic Governor and the Republican leaders in the Pennsylvania legislature as we reach three-and-a-half months without a new state budget. Governor Tom Wolf reiterated on Wednesday that he is not giving in as lawmakers insist they get their way in the…

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