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Penguins Start NHL Season With Shootout Win

The Pittsburgh Penguins won a 3-2 shootout at the newly-renamed PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh on Thursday night to open the 2016-2017 NHL season with a 3-2 victory over the Washington Capitals. A disallowed goal by Phil Kessel in the fourth round of the shootout was reversed on a video review, giving the Pens the…

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Residents Concerned About Proposed Cuts For Oil City Fire Department

Oil City citizens are beginning to express their concerns about proposed cuts reportedly announced for the city’s fire department. Many of those concerns were expressed at the Thursday meeting of Oil City Council.  They involved a report of a plan to close the North Side fire hall, and to lay off full-time firefighters. Community fears range…

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MLB Playoff Results And Schedule

MLB Playoff Results  –  Saturday, October 8 and Sunday, October 9   Saturday, Oct. 8 NLDS  –  Chicago 5, San Francisco 2  (Cubs lead best-of-5 series 2-games-to-0) NLDS  –  Los Angeles at Washington  –  rained out   Sunday, Oct, 9 NLDS  –  Washington 5, Los Angeles 2  (series tied 1-1) ALDS  –  Toronto 7, Texas…

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President Obama Visits Pittsburgh

President Barack Obama spoke Thursday at the White House Frontiers Conference held in Pittsburgh. After Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto had opened the event saying his city had died in the 1980’s, but has seen new life recently through a boom in technology because of research at universities such as Carnegie-Mellon, the President spoke highly of…

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Negotiations For Faculty At State-Owned Universities To Resume; Union Moves Chapter Offices Off Campus

As negotiations are set to resume Friday on a new contract for faculty members at Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities, the union has been moving its chapter offices off the school’s campuses to avoid having to cross picket lines in the case a strike develops. Members of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties have…

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Teen Boy Struck By Car In Clarion

The Clarion Area junior high football game on Wednesday afternoon was cancelled after one of its players was struck by a car in downtown Clarion. A fourteen year-old male was reported to have been hit by a vehicle at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Liberty Street shortly after 3:00 PM Wednesday.  Reports indicate the…

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Couple Arrested At Oil City School; Man Identified As Megan’s Law Offender

A couple was arrested at an Oil City elementary school on Wednesday afternoon as they tried to pick up the woman’s children. The male suspect has been accused of being a Megan’s Law offender, and his girlfriend was charged amid accusations that she has allowed him to care for her children and on drug-related charges. Oil City…

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Penguins To Raise Championship Banner Before Season Debut Thursday Night

The Pittsburgh Penguins will raise their 2016 Stanley Cup championship banner just before they start their regular season opener on Thursday night at the newly-renamed PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. The ensign will join championship banners from 1991, 1992 and 2009. Although face-off time against the Washington Capitals is listed as 8:00 PM, the pregame…

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Pennsylvania’s Registered Voters Total Listed At 61,000 More Than Previous Presidential Election Year

The Department of State says there are 61,000 more registered voters in Pennsylvania as of this week than there were in the last Presidential election year of 2012. Tuesday was the final day to register in the November 8 general election, which includes balloting for President.  Pennsylvania voters will also be voting for Congressmen, one…

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Bill Prepared To Ensure Every Working Pennsylvania Resident A Retirement Account

State lawmakers are proposing a bill that would make sure every working resident of Pennsylvania has a retirement account. Two state Senators would like to create a statewide, 401K-style retirement plan to automatically enroll workers whose employers do not offer a plan.  Employers would not be required to contribute, and employees could opt out. A…

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