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Oil City Seeks $14 Million In Loans For Water And Sewer Improvements

Oil City has begun the process toward being approved for the loans for a major upgrade to the city’s water and sewage systems. The initial plan is to apply for a pair of 25-year loans totaling some $14 million.  Reports indicate the updates will cost at least $12 million. Among the scheduled jobs will be the replacement…

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Bridge Replacement On Patchel Run Road, Resurfacing In Crawford And Forest Counties To Start Soon

PennDOT says a bridge replacement project on Patchel Run Road in Jackson Township should begin next week. The 27-foot box beam bridge spans Wolf Run, and is located just north of Bowman Road. The project is set to begin on Tuesday, July 7 and run through mid-August.  The posted detour will utilize Meadville Pike and…

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Walker Shines Again In Pirates’ 8-4 Victory In Detroit

Neil Walker recorded his second straight four-hit game, and Francisco Cervelli homered as the Pittsburgh Pirates completed a three-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers with an 8-4 victory at Comerica Park in Detroit on Thursday afternoon. The Pirates (45-33) have swept nine series this season, most in the Major Leagues.  With Thursday’s win, they moved…

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Highway Traffic Expected To Increase Over 4th Of July; Officials To Also Stress Safe Boating

Nearly 42 million Americans are expected to travel fifty or more miles from home this holiday weekend. That would mark an increase of about seven-tenths of one percent from the Fourth of July holiday last year. One-and-a-half million Pennsylvanians will travel by car this weekend, and most travelers will find gasoline prices in most areas to…

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Files Suit Against Golden Living Centers’ Parent Company

The Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office has announced that their Health Care Section has filed a legal action against the parent corporation of subsidiary Golden Living Centers, which operates 36 nursing home facilities in Pennsylvania. The suit names Golden Gate National Senior Care LLC, and claims that Golden Living Centers violated the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer…

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Pirates’ 21 Hits Include Four Homers – Two By Walker; Bucs Beat Detroit 9-3

The Pittsburgh Pirates assaulted Detroit pitchers with 21 hits, their largest single-game total since 2004, and belted four home runs in Wednesday night’s 9-3 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park in Pittsburgh. Neil Walker slammed two homers in a four-hit performance.  Starling Marte also had four hits, including a homer.  Pedro Alvarez homered, as…

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Penguins Acquire Phil Kessel In Nine-Player Blockbuster Trade With Toronto

The Pittsburgh Penguins announced on Wednesday that they have acquired prolific goal-scorer Phil Kessel and two other former first-round draft choices in a blockbuster trade with the Toronto Maple Leafs that could end up involving nine players. The Pens also receive another forward, Tyler Biggs, and defenseman Tim Erixon in exchange for last year’s top…

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Steelers Enter Bid To Host Super Bowl 57

Pittsburgh Steelers president Art Rooney II told Pittsburgh city leaders on Wednesday that the Steelers have submitted a bid with the National Football League to host Super Bowl 57 in 2023 at Heinz Field (Heinz 57 – get it?). Apparently, the application was made at the league meeting in May.  A formal bid could be…

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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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