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Wanted Erie Man Apprehended In Oil City

A man wanted on a warrant in Erie County was apprehended Wednesday morning in Oil City. Officials say 46 year-old Christopher Noziglia had been the subject of a wanted bulletin in Erie in late October.  He was reportedly wanted by the Erie County Sheriff’s office on a warrant on parole and/or probation violations. Oil City…

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Fleury Posts 5th Shutout; Malkin Scores Lone Goal In Pens’ 1-0 Win Over Devils

Evgeni Malkin scored the lone goal early in the third period Tuesday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins blanked the New Jersey Devils 1-0 in a game between two teams with injury-depleted rosters at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury (14-4-1) tied his personal high with his fifth shutout of the season – the 33rd…

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Settlement Proposed In Franklin General Authority Controversy

A settlement agreement is to be forwarded to Venango County Court following a full-day mediation session Tuesday regarding the dispute brought on by Franklin City Council’s decision  to disband the city’s General Authority. No terms have been disclosed. Senior Judge William White scheduled the mediation before McKean County Senior Judge John Clelland in an attempt…

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Harrisville Woman Injured In Clarion County Rollover

A Harrisville woman was taken to the hospital on Tuesday afternoon after a rollover accident in southern Clarion County in which she was trapped inside her vehicle. Police say 22 year-old Adrienne King apparently fell asleep at the wheel while traveling eastbound on Route 861 in Porter Township shortly after 2:00 PM Tuesday.  Reports indicate…

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Pitt Shoots 36 Percent In 81-69 Loss At Indiana

The Pitt Panthers shot just 36 percent from the floor on Tuesday night in an 81-69 loss to Indiana in one of the games in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge played in Bloomington, Indiana. Pitt (4-3) trailed in the contest by as many as 23 points. In a well-balanced scoring attack, Indiana (6-1) was paced by Emmitt…

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PennDOT’s Annual Drivers Survey Now Available

PennDOT’s northwest region office is asking motorists to complete their annual online customer service survey now available on the PennDOT website (www.dot.state.pa.us). The agency is looking for input from as many drivers as possible from Venango, Crawford, Forest, Warren, Mercer and Erie Counties.  PennDOT spokesman Jim Carroll calls the survey “a valuable tool that PennDOT District 1…

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Community-Police Relations Under Review In Pennsylvania

The recent headlines from Ferguson, Missouri have prompted looks at the relationships between the police and local communities here in Pennsylvania. A Harrisburg-based citizens group called the Community Responders Network has created initiatives designed to improve the relationship between law enforcement and local citizens, especially people of color. Ann Van Dyke, the co-chairperson of the…

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Foster Resigns As Clarion University Football Coach

Saying “I just feel this is the right time,” Jay Foster, Clarion University’s football coach for the past nine seasons, announced his retirement on Tuesday. The university followed by announcing that the search for a replacement will begin immediately. Foster was named the PSAC Western Division Coach-of-the-Year in 2009 after the Golden Eagles posted an…

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Hunter Arrested On Gun, Drug Charges On Opening Morning Of Deer Season

The Pennsylvania Game Commission has charged an Oil City man through the State Police with nine counts after they say a field check turned up a concealed handgun, marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Charges against 49 year-old Ronald Harkless include carrying an unlicensed firearm, having loaded firearms in a motor vehicle, four drug counts including hunting…

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Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Opposes Federal Water Pollution Proposals

The :Pennsylvania Farm Bureau has come out in opposition to new federal proposals designed to deal with water pollution. The new rules have been presented by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers, seeking to limit the types of pollution, including agricultural runoff, which affect waterways.  The federal officials say that runoff eventually…

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