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Meeting Scheduled Regarding Sugarcreek Borough Bridge Projects

PennDOT officials say a public meeting regarding two upcoming bridge projects in Sugarcreek Borough will be held at the Borough Building on Fox Street in Rocky Grove on the evening of Wednesday, September 16. Traffic detours will be required for the work scheduled for next year on the Wyattville Bridge on Route 427, just west…

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Venango County Road Maintenance Schedule For Week Of September 7

PennDOT has announced the Venango County road maintenance schedule for the week of September 7. In addition to projects on the Washington Crossing Bridge in Franklin, the Center Street Bridge in Oil City and a bridge on Patchel Run Road in Jackson Township, the week’s list includes: >>> Pipe replacement on Oak Road in Cornplanter…

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Penn State Loses To Temple For First Time In 74 Years

With the offensive line allowing ten sacks, the Penn State Nittany Lions lost to Temple for the first time in 74 years, dropping a 27-10 opening-day decision to the Owls on Saturday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. PSU opened up a quick 10-0 lead with a 34-yard field goal by Joey Julius and a…

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Pitt Holds Off YSU In 45-37 Season Opening Win

The Pitt Panthers shook off three turnovers and the loss to injury of their starting running back, James Conner, to post a 45-37 victory over Youngstown State on Saturday in the season-opening contest for both schools played at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Conner left the game after eight early carries and two first-quarter touchdowns with a potential…

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Happ Shines Again In Pirates’ 9-3 Romp In St. Louis

J.A. Happ pitched seven innings of three-hit, shutout baseball on Friday night and led the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 9-3 romp over the first-place Cardinals at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Happ struck out eight batters and issued no walks, leaving the game for a pinch-hitter with his team leading 4-0.  The Cardinals (86-48) scored…

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UPDATE: Venango County Football Openers Suspended; Will Resume This Weekend

Two Venango County high school football teams had their season-opening road games suspended by the weather on Friday .  Both games will be resumed on Saturday, as will several others around northwestern Pennsylvania. In 96.3 KQW’s Oil Region Game-of-the-Week, the Franklin Knights were leading the Titusville Rockets 21-0 with under four minutes remaining in the…

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High School Football Schedule – 2015 Week One

High School Football Schedule  –  Week 1:   Friday, Sept. 4 Franklin at Titusville  (on 96.3 KQW) Oil City at Corry Fairview at Meadville Northwestern at Conneaut Bradford at St. Marys Mifflin County at DuBois Central Tech at Warren Lakeview at Youngsville Girard at Maplewood Cochranton at Reynolds Grove City at Wilmington Perry at Slippery…

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Steelers Trade Punter Brad Wing To New York Giants

The Pittsburgh Steelers on Friday announced they had traded punter Brad Wing to the New York Giants in exchange for a conditional seventh-round 2016 draft pick. Wing appeared in every regular season game last year, and posted a 43.7 yard average, fifth-best among rookie and first-year punters in franchise history.  He punted 61 times. Wing…

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School Board Officials Concerned Over Lack Of A State Budget

School district officials across Pennsylvania are expressing concern over the lack of a state budget. All 500 school districts in Pennsylvania rely in part on funding from the state.  That funding remains frozen due to an impasse in state budget talks, now in their third month. Steve Robinson, the communications director for the Pennsylvania School Boards…

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Pennsylvania’s On-Line Voter Registration Off To A Strong Start

The Department of State is reporting solid numbers during the first week of online voter registration in Pennsylvania. As of Thursday, the number of state residents who have used the new online system to register to vote has topped the 5,000 mark. Department officials say they have not had any major problems since the system…

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