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Meeting In Oil City Will Address School Threats And Safety Policies

In the wake of reports of numerous police responses to district schools, Oil City School District officials say they will be scheduling a parents’ night to cover safety concerns. Oil City Police officials have stated they have investigated numerous reports of verbal threats in the last two weeks, and that charges have been filed against…

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Suspicious Individual With Gun Now Said To Be Titusville Burglar

A man who was investigated by police last week after several individuals notified them of a man carrying a “long gun” near Central Towers in Titusville has now been charged with stealing the other items he was toting with him that day. Titusville City Police say Kyle Wagner has been charged in the February 20…

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Oil City Man Accused Of Pursuing Another Vehicle, Harassing Occupants

An Oil City man faces numerous charges after he allegedly followed another vehicle, tried to run it off the road and harassed the occupants. Police reports indicate that 44 year-old Thomas Linch is also accused of leaving his vehicle at red lights, approaching the other vehicle and beating on it. The occupants of the second…

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Red Light Funding To Replace Long-Missing Franklin Traffic Signal

$78,000 from the state’s Automated Red Light Enforcement program will be utilized to replace a traffic signal structure in Franklin’s business district which has been missing since the summer of 2016. The project will replace the signal at the center crosswalk of the 1200-block of Liberty Street in Franklin.  The total cost has been estimated…

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Penguins Split Pair Of Weekend Road Games

The Pittsburgh Penguins broke even on a pair of road games over the weekend, winning 6-1 in Carolina on Friday night and losing 6-5 to the Florida Panthers in Sunrise, Florida on Saturday. Phil Kessel and Evgeni Malkin both scored a pair of goals and both added an assist on Friday night, while Jake Guentzel…

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Pirates Open Preseason Schedule; Bucs Sign Reliever Kevin Siegrist

The Pittsburgh Pirates posted an 0-2-1 record during their first weekend of preseason Grapefruit League action in Florida, losing decisions to Tampa Bay and the New York Yankees and settling for an 8-8 tie with the Detroit Tigers. Ivan Nova will take the mound on Monday afternoon as the Bucs host the Boston Red Sox…

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Harvick Wins In Atlanta

Kevin Harvick captured the weekend’s rain-delayed NASCAR Cup race at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia. The second event of the Cup season concluded just after dark with Harvick holding the lead over Brad Keselowski.  It was his second Cup win in Atlanta – the first coming in 2001. The 36-car field was the shortest…

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Thomas Wins Honda Classic In Playoff

Justin Thomas birdied the first playoff hole in a duel with Luke List on Sunday to win the Honda Classic at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. List finished with a par after putting his tee shot on the extra hole into the rough in a wooded area off to his right side. Thomas…

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New PA Congressional District Map Progresses, But Federal Judges Are Set To Hear Appeal Case

A panel of federal judges has set the date of March 9 for a hearing on appeals from Pennsylvania Republicans to throw out a new Congressional district map for the state drawn up by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. This announcement was made after the panel turned down an immediate stay to the implementation of the…

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Final Medal Count At Winter Olympics; U.S. Places 4th

With their victory in the gold medal match in men’s curling during the final weekend, the United States finished fourth in both total medals and gold medals at the 2018 Winter Olympics which have just concluded in Pyeongchang, South Korea. American athletes captured 23 medals, including nine gold. Norway led the games with a record…

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