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Governor, Lawmakers Vow To Resume Budget Talks; Non-Profits Would Suffer Under Lengthy Delay

After a very brief meeting on Wednesday, the first day of the state’s new fiscal year and just hours after Democratic Governor Tom Wolf had vetoed a Republican-led budget proposal, the Governor and state lawmakers promised to resume budget talks. No Democrats voted to approve the $30 billion spending plan.  Both houses of the state…

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Weather Service Confirms Microburst Near Clarion On Tuesday Evening

The National Weather Service has confirmed that is was a microburst that caused considerable damages between Clarion and Strattanville early Tuesday night. The winds measuring close to 70 miles per hour ripped the roof off one business in Clarion Township, threw debris into neighboring yards and uprooted numerous trees. The incident seemed to have affected…

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Oil City Woman Injured In Northern Venango County Rollover

An Oil City-area woman was injured early Tuesday morning in a rollover crash in Oilcreek Township in northern Venango County. State Police officials tell KQW that a vehicle driven by 35 year-old Cynthia Richar went out of control on the crest of a hill on Jerusalem Corners Road.  The vehicle traveled off the right side of…

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Local Communities Split Fireworks Over Three Consecutive Nights

The communities of Cranberry Township, Oil City and Franklin have managed once again this Fourth of July week to individually schedule their fireworks displays to allow Oil Region residents to view them in three different locations over three consecutive nights. The ninth annual Cranberry Fireworks Spectacular is scheduled for tonight (Thursday, July 2) near the…

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Linesville Man Drowns When S-U-V flips Over Into Pymatuning Lake

The man who died Tuesday night when his sport-utility vehicle flipped over into Pymatuning Lake has been identified as 51 year-old Brian Ceglarski, from Linesville. Police officials on Wednesday were still trying to determine what had happened.  A nearby resident spotted the S-U-V on its roof near a boat access area around 9:30 PM Tuesday,…

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May Unemployment Numbers Were Mixed In This Area

Unemployment numbers were somewhat higher in Venango, Clarion and Crawford Counties in May. According to numbers released Tuesday by the Department of Labor and Industry, the jobless rate in Venango County climbed from 5.8 percent in April to six percent in May.  Unemployment in Clarion County rose from 5.8 percent to 6.1 percent.  Crawford County’s…

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Reports: African Safari Park Coming To Grove City

According to a website covering the Grove City area, the owner of a New Castle-area animal park is planning to open a new attraction near Grove City which would include an African safari park and an “adventure” area which would include zip-line and rope courses. Livingthegrove.com reports that a new Living Treasures park would include an “African Savannah”…

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Walker’s 14th-Inning Double Lifts Pirates Over Tigers 5-4 In Detroit

Neil Walker doubled home Josh Harrison in the top of the 14th inning on Tuesday night, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates (43-33) to a 5-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park in Detroit. Nine-year minor leaguer Deolis Guerra (1-0; 0.00 ERA), making his third appearance since the Pirates called him up from “AAA” Indianapolis,…

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Governor Vetoes Entire Republican-Backed State Budget

Governor Tom Wolf has vetoed the entire $30 billion budget for the fiscal year which begins today (July 1) which had been directed by the Republican-dominated state legislature. It marks the first time since the 1970’s that a Pennsylvania Governor has nixed a complete budget proposal. Wolf has invited legislative leaders for a face-to-face meeting…

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Governor Is Sent Bills On Both Pension Reform And Liquor Privatization

State lawmakers sent Governor Wolf on Tuesday separate pieces of legislation that would overhaul the state employee pension system and privatize the sale of wine and liquor in Pennsylvania. The House of Representatives passed a Senate bill regarding public pension reform which supporters say is meant to address the rapidly rising costs of the current pension…

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