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Escapees From Emlenton Youth Home Apprehended

Two men who escaped from the Mid-Atlantic Youth Services facility near Emlenton on Friday evening have been apprehended. State Police officials say the men left the Allegheny Township complex through an exit door one of the men had damaged at about 7:30 PM Friday.  They were caught along the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 about ninety minutes…

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Steelers Release Shaun Suisham

The Pittsburgh Steelers have released place kicker Shaun Suisham after Suisham failed a physical. Suisham was attempting to come back from a knee injury sustained in the early stages of the Steelers’ preseason schedule last August.  He was replaced by Garrett Hartley, who was also injured in a preseason game.  Pittsburgh then traded for veteran Josh…

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Vehicles Damaged At Two Cranberry Township Auto Facilities

State Police officials are investigating a pair of incidents at auto facilities along Route 257 in Cranberry Township in which vehicles were vandalized. Investigators say it was discovered that the driver’s side windows of a truck were shot out in an incident discovered early Friday morning. Not far away, on Thursday morning, it had been found that a…

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Tony Stewart Wins At Sonoma; First Victory Since 2013

After 84 races without a victory dating back to 2013, Tony Stewart on Sunday captured the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway in Sonoma, California. Stewart edged Denny Hamlin, a win which probably pushed him into the season-ending Chase For the Cup, in what he has called his final season before retirement. Joey Logano finished…

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Oil City’s Plummer Street Water Line Project To Start Next Month

The water line replacement project which must precede the resurfacing of Plummer Street in Oil City should begin shortly after the Fourth of July holiday. Oil City Council awarded the bid for the job on Thursday to a Clarion firm for just under $945,000. A major line break in November caused a buckling of a…

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Governor Wolf Signs Bill Regarding Regulations On Conventional Oil And Gas Drillers

Governor Tom Wolf has signed legislation backed by state Senator Scott Hutchinson that would effectively end new regulations on the state’s conventional oil and gas drilling industries. Supporters said the regulations, originated by the state’s Department of Environmental Protection, did not differentiate between the conventional drilling industry, an important part of the economy in this…

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Franklin’s Fourth Of July Week Begins

The city of Franklin’s eight-day Fourth of July Week activities will begin Sunday evening at 6:30 PM with a patriotic-themed Worship in the Park event at the city’s bandstand in South Park. Monday night’s activity will be a pet show for children, also to be held in South Park. Other highlights of the week are…

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Four-Run Third Inning Lifts Giants To 5-3 Win In Series Finale In Pittsburgh

The San Francisco Giants used four runs in the third inning to build a 5-3 victory over the Pirates in the final game of a four-game series played Thursday afternoon at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. A bases-loaded triple by Joe Panik, followed by an RBI single by Mac Williamson gave the Giants a 4-1 lead. …

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Pirates Blow 6-1 Lead, Lose 7-6 To Giants

The San Francisco Giants scored three times in the sixth inning off Pittsburgh reliever Jared Hughes (0-1) to rebound from a five-run deficit and defeat the Pirates 7-6 in a game played at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The Pirates (34-38) had taken an early 6-1 lead behind home runs by John Jaso, Gregory Polanco and…

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Franklin Woman Dies In Slippery Rock Motorcycle Accident

A Franklin woman died early Wednesday evening when the motorcycle on which she was a passenger crashed near Slippery Rock. 42 year-old Raegen Phenicie was pronounced dead by first-responders. State Police officials say the motorcycle, operated on Route 8 by 43 year-old Donald Phenicie, from Franklin, went out of control when it was abruptly slowed…

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