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Cooperstown Woman Hospitalized After Route 417 Crash

Police say a Cooperstown woman was hospitalized Thursday afternoon after her S-U-V was struck by another vehicle as she attempted to pull into a driveway along Route 417 in Oakland Township. State troopers say 83 year-old Barbara McCormick was transported to UPMC Northwest in Cranberry following the incident shortly after 4:15 PM Thursday. Police tell KQW that…

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Titusville Women Hurt In Cherrytree Township Rollover

Two Titusville women were injured Wednesday afternoon when their car left a highway in Cherrytree Township and rolled over. State Police officials say a car driven by 54 year-old Sherry Seeley left Route 8 and traveled along a ditch on the west side of the road, eventually rolling over onto its roof. Seeley and a…

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Penguins Win 6th Straight In First Shootout Of The Season

The Pittsburgh Penguins (9-2-1) posted their sixth consecutive victory on Thursday night as Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby both scored during a 2-1 shootout, and the Pens recorded a 4-3 win over the Jets in Winnipeg. The shootout was the first of the season for the Penguins, who took a five-point lead over the New York…

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Franklin Elks Hoop Shoot Goes Early; Scheduled For Saturday At Franklin YMCA

Franklin Elks Lodge #110 has announced that the local “Hoop Shoot” competitions will get off to an early start this year with the Franklin “Hoop Shoot” scheduled for this Saturday (November 8) at the Franklin YMCA. Registration begins at 12:00 noon. The event will feature foul-shooting competitions in six age divisions – three for boys and three…

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Budget For Sugarcreek Borough Passes First Reading

Sugarcreek Borough Council voted this week to approve the first reading of a 2015 borough budget. No real estate tax increase is expected. A final vote should be taken at council’s December 3 meeting, so the public will have nearly four weeks to review the proposed spending plan.

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Reports: Corbett Signed Wrong Gun Law; Legislature Had To Produce Correct Version For Re-do

Sources in Harrisburg say it was discovered this week that the state legislature had sent Governor Tom Corbett the wrong version of a recently-passed law regarding local gun ordinances, and that both houses of state lawmakers were forced to reconvene just long enough to process the correct version of the bill to be sent to…

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New York Man Injured When Car Slams Into Building In Paint Township

A New York man was slightly injured early Wednesday morning when his vehicle left Route 66 in Paint Township in Clarion County and slid into a building. 26 year-old Lukas Mills, from Dryden, New York, was treated on the scene for minor injuries. State Police troopers say Dryden’s vehicle left the highway shortly before 3:00…

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Titusville Woman Sustains Only Minor Injuries When S-U-V Rolls Over Twice

A Titusville woman suffered only minor injuries on Wednesday morning when her S-U-V left a Cranberry Township road and rolled over twice. State Police officials say 54 year-old Joyce Berlin lost control of her S-U-V while traveling north on Big Egypt Road shortly after 6:30 AM Wednesday.  The vehicle traveled into the right ditch, rolled…

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Powerball Prize Passes $200 Million; MegaMillions Jackpot Claimed In New York

Now it is the Powerball Lottery jackpot which has climbed above the $200 million mark. Powerball officials estimate that, after no one matched all the numbers drawn in Wednesday night’s game, the jackpot for the Saturday night Powerball drawing will have an annuity value of $203 million.  The one-time cash value of the prize is…

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Greiss Stars In Net As Penguins Win 4-1 In Minnesota

Thomas Greiss made 33 saves and nearly recorded his team’s third straight shutout as the Pittsburgh Penguins posted a 4-1 win Tuesday over Minnesota in the first game of a five-game road trip. Greiss (1-0-1) extended the Pittsburgh goaltenders’  shutout streak to 205 minutes and 28 seconds before Nino Niederreiter scored a shorthanded goal off him…

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