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Two Hurt In I-80 Crash Friday Afternoon

Two Ohio residents were injured on Friday afternoon when their car was struck by a tractor-trailer on Interstate 80 near Clarion. State Police officials say the crash occurred when a car operated by 50 year-old Rebecca Valiant, from Ontario, Ohio, went out of control while being maneuvered into the inside eastbound lane of the highway…

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Lake Effect Snow Warning Posted Friday

The National Weather Service on Friday (Dec. 30) upgraded a previously-issued Lake Effect Snow Advisory for the Oil City and Franklin areas to a Lake Effect Snow Warning. The Warning is effective until 7:00 PM Friday evening. A Lake Effect Snow Warning already posted for Snow Belt communities in Crawford and Erie Counties remains in…

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Two Die On Pennsylvania Highways Over Christmas; 44 Percent Hike In D-U-I Arrests Reported

Even as state officials urge motorists to drive safely over the New Years holiday weekend, there comes a report that State Police troopers made 314 arrests to motorists driving under the influence over the Christmas holiday, marking a 44 percent increase over last year’s total. The State Police investigated 661 crashes from December 23 through December…

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Senator Hutchinson Selected As Chairman Of State Senate Finance Committee

State Senator Scott Hutchinson, from Oil City, has been selected to serve as chairman of the state Senate Finance Committee during the 2017-2018 state legislative session. The news was announced Thursday by Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati. Hutchinson was elected last month to his second term in the Senate.  In his initial term, the…

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Four Month-Old Girl Escapes Injury In Car Rollover On Route 157

The driver of a car that rolled over on Route 157 on Thursday morning received what police believe are minor injuries, but a four month-old girl riding in a child safety seat in the vehicle escaped unharmed. State Police officials say the incident occurred when the driver, 36 year-old Jessica Luce from Oil City, lost…

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Oil City To Host Another First Night

Oil City is ready for its annual “First Night” celebration on News Years Eve. The observance, from 5:30 PM until 12:00 midnight this Saturday, comes complete with two fireworks displays.  Entertainment, from music and story-telling to juggling, ice carving and an exotic bird display, will be hosted at a number of venues throughout the city, and…

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PennDOT’s Northwestern Pennsylvania Customer Survey Should Be Completed By Tuesday

PennDOT District 1, covering northwestern Pennsylvania, reminds drivers in this part of the state that their annual “customer survey” will remain available online through next Tuesday, January 3. The agency is looking for input from motorists in Venango, Crawford, Forest, Warren, Mercer and Erie Counties on PennDOT operations and procedures. The survey can be located…

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Hagelin Goal Lifts Penguins To NHL’s Best Record

The Pittsburgh Penguins grabbed the National Hockey League’s best record on Wednesday night with a 3-2 home victory over the Carolina Panthers. Carl Hagelin gave the Pens (24-8-5) the win with a tiebreaking goal with 4:15 remaining in the game.  Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz also scored for Pittsburgh. Marc-Andre Fleury (11-5-4), replaced starting goaltender…

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Pitt Beats Marshall 112-106 With Biggest Offensive Output Since 1993

Michael Young and Jamel Artis both scored 30 points on Wednesday, pacing Pitt (11-2) to its biggest offensive night in 23 years in a 112-106 home win over Marshall. Sheldon Jeter added 21 points and ten rebounds to the Panthers’ attack. Pitt last reached such a lofty point total in a win over Youngstown State…

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Pitt Finishes Pinstripe Bowl Without Conner And Peterman; Panthers Lose 31-24 To Northwestern

First they lost star running back James Conner to injury.  Then starting quarterback Nathan Peterman left the game with a possible concussion.  Finally, the Pitt Panthers (8-5) lost their postseason game, giving up a 31-24 decision to Northwestern in Wednesday’s Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York. Justin Jackson rushed for 226 yards and three…

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