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Penn State Handles Michigan State At The Palestra In Philadelphia

Lamar Stevens scored 18 points on Saturday afternoon, and Tony Carr added 16, leading Penn State to a 72-63 victory over Michigan State in a Big Ten Conference basketball contest played at the Palestra in snowy Philadelphia. The win boosted the Nittany Lions to 10-7 overall and 2-2 in conference play.  It was Penn State’s…

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Another Detour Begins Monday On Oil City’s North Side; Elm Street Closes Prior To Parking Ramp Demolition

More specific information has been released regarding the latest detour to affect Oil City’s North Side. The first restrictions on both travel and parking apply to Elm Street, starting Monday (Jan. 9).  The street will be closed to traffic from 7:30 AM until 5:30 PM Monday through Friday during the week of January 9 through…

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State Plans To Close Two State Prisons; Mercer Facility Is Possibility

The state Corrections Department has announced plans to significantly reduce its budget by making major cuts, including the shutdowns of two state prisons. The Mercer County State Correctional Institution is on the short list of five candidates for closure. Reports indicate that some one thousand prisoners from the two closed facilities would be transferred to…

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Oil City Residential Fire May Have Begun In A Chimney

A fire that caused significant damage to an Oil City home last week may have begun in or around a chimney. The fire on Thursday night on Pearl Avenue left its occupant to find other shelter.  He was not injured. Oil City firefighters say the blaze damaged a living room, outer walls and a porch.…

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Cranberry Students To Take Part In Statewide Mock Trial Competition

Several students from Cranberry High School will be competing over the next several weeks in the Statewide Mock Trial Competition sponsored by the Young Lawyers Division of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. The Cranberry students will represent one of 303 teams from 255 high schools across Pennsylvania who will be competing in the event.  This year’s…

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Franklin Man Charged In Heroin Overdose Investigation

A Franklin man has been charged in connection with an investigation into a heroin overdose that was reported in late December. Franklin City Police say they arrested 45 year-old Anton Roberson on Thursday and charged him in a December 30 overdose incident in the city.  Investigators say he is accused of conspiring to transport heroin…

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Titusville Brew Pub Burglary Under Investigation

Police in Titusville believe a burglary at a brew pub and restaurant in the city was pulled off by someone who broke through a wall from an adjacent building. The incident early Tuesday morning is still under investigation, and as of Thursday, police were still looking for their suspects. Investigators say the burglars took the…

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Update: Identities Released On Two Dead In Meadville; Murder-Suicide Suspected

Police in Meadville are investigating the deaths of two people whose bodies were found in a Brawley Avenue residence early Wednesday evening. Initial evidence apparently points to a murder-suicide. The victims have been identified as 30 year-old Twaun Hamilton and 28 year-old Sarah Schaaf.  The Crawford County coroner’s office says both died of single gunshot…

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Suspected Meth Lab In Rocky Grove Busted By Police And State Investigators

Two people were arrested Wednesday after an investigation into a report of an apparent domestic dispute in Rocky Grove led police to discover what they believe to be a methamphetamine lab. Sugarcreek Borough Police officers were able to carry out a search of a Crestview Drive apartment through a warrant served by officials from the state…

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Demolition Of Oil City’s Parking Ramp Approaches; Elm Street To Close, Beginning Monday

Oil City’s Elm Street is expected to be closed during daytime hours for at least two weeks, beginning Monday (Jan. 9), as preparations continue for the long-awaited demolition of the city’s parking “ramp.” Duncomb Street is also expected to be affected – and for a much longer period of time until the completion of the…

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