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Pennsylvania State Police Cruisers Will Turn Gray

Beginning late this year, possibly this spring, the Pennsylvania State Police will be riding in new gray cruisers while on their patrols. The cars with the new color scheme, intended to more closely match the State Troopers’ uniforms, will replace the now-familiar white vehicles with black-and-gold trim, complete with the department’s insignia which have been utilized since 1991.…

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NFL Conference Championship Results

NFL Conference Championship Results:   Sunday, January 22   AFC New England 36, Pittsburgh 17   NFC Atlanta 44, Green Bay 21

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Police In Mercer County Say Escapee Was Found Living In A Vacant Motel Room

State Police officials in Mercer County say that a man wanted on an escape warrant was found in a vacant room in a motel in downtown Mercer last week.. Police believe 22 year-old Michael Clayton had been staying in the room for several days. Clayton was wanted on a felony escape charge.  He now faces at…

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Emlenton Man Charged; Accused Of Sending Nude Photos To A Minor

An Emlenton man was charged late last week in a case in which he is accused of sending nude images of himself to a juvenile female. State Police officials say their investigation began with allegations that 29 year-old Samuel Guiste was sending text messages of a sexual nature to the girl in 2015.  Investigators say…

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Penelec Rates To Climb By About Twelve Percent

The state’s Public Utility Commission has approved a rate increase for Penelec which is somewhat less than the rate for which the utility had applied. Still, Penelec was granted a 12.08% rate hike.  They had asked for the equivalent of 17.1%. Reports indicate the average Penelec customer will now pay an additional $17.63 per month…

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Seneca Church Burglarized

State Police officials are investigating a burglary at a church in the Seneca area. Investigators say someone broke into a place of worship on Heckathorne Church Road sometime Monday night or Tuesday morning. Police say entry was gained by forcing open ground-level windows.  Their report did not indicate whether anything was taken. State Police at the Franklin…

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Franklin Man Charged In Alleged Drug Handoff

A Franklin man was jailed Wednesday following what police say was a witnessed drug handoff in downtown Franklin last Friday night. Franklin City Police say it has been discovered that a substance they found in their suspect’s possession has been lab-proven to be methamphetamine. During their investigation, police say they seized seven bags containing a “white…

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Postage Stamp Price To Climb Back To 49 Cents On Sunday

The price of a first-class postage stamp will return to 49 cents this Sunday, January 22. The rate had climbed to 49 cents in January, 2014, but was reduced to 47 cents last April following an order by the Postal Regulatory Commission. 2017 marks the tenth anniversary of the introduction of the “Forever” stamp whose…

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Three Employees Injured In Incident At Youth Center Near Emlenton

Three employees of a youth detention center near Emlenton were injured in an altercation involving at least five detainees earlier this week. Officials say five people have been charged in the melee.  Two of the injured parties were treated for head wounds, and the third apparently suffered a heart problem during the incident. The injured…

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Bagwell, Raines, Rodriguez Elected To Baseball Hall-Of-Fame

Jeff Bagwell, Tim Raines and Ivan Rodriguez are the newest members of baseball’s Hall-of-Fame. The trio will be inducted this summer in Cooperstown, New York. Each former player received more than 75 percent of the ballots submitted by the Baseball Writers Association of America.  Trevor Hoffman (74 percent) and Vladimir Guerrero (71.7 percent) fell just…

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