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Giants Rout Pirates 15-4

The San Francisco Giants scored seven runs in the fourth inning and five more in the eighth on Tuesday night in a 15-4 rout over the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The biggest inning included a grand slam by San Francisco’s Angel Pagan and a two-run homer by .159 hitter Conor Gillaspie.  Gillaspie…

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State House Passes Stricter Abortion Law

The state House of Representatives voted Tuesday in favor of one of the nation’s strictest abortion laws. The bill would prohibit elective abortions after twenty weeks – one month earlier than under current law.  It would also ban a specific procedure usually associated with late-term abortions. Governor Tom Wolf has already indicated he would veto…

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Oil City Man Charged In Three Heroin Overdose Cases

An Oil City man has been charged with delivering a controlled substance in three different instances which police say resulted in drug overdoses. 50 year-old Joseph Vearnon is accused of distributing the heroin blamed for each overdose.  An Oil City woman, Donna Wilson, had previously been charged in the case. Two of the overdose reports…

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U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Overthrow Of 2014 Pennsylvania Gun Law

A Pennsylvania law designed to make it easier for organizations to challenge local firearms ordinances has been struck down. The United States Supreme Court this week upheld in a unanimous decision a ruling by Commonwealth Court to throw out the 2014 law. Under the law, gun owners no longer needed to show they were harmed…

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Valley Grove School Budget Approved At $14.1 Million

The Valley Grove School Board on Monday night gave their final approval to a budget for the next fiscal year tallying out at a little more than $14.1 million. The spending plan will prompt a drawdown of just under $770,000 from the general fund, and does not require a real estate tax increase.  The property tax…

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Police Search For Man Who Assaulted Two Women In Cranberry Township

State Police officials were searching Monday night for a man they say assaulted two women at a residence in Cranberry Township. Investigators say the suspect first punched a 20 year-old Seneca woman in the head after she did not produce forty dollars he said she owed him.  Reportedly, a 19 year-old Oil City woman tried…

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Oil City Woman Seriously Injured When Car Strikes Fallen Tree

Local State Police officials are now saying an Oil City woman was seriously injured in a crash that followed strong thunderstorms which moved through the Oil Region last Thursday evening. Police tell 96.3 KQW that 50 year-old Edith Lines was the driver of a car that struck a fallen tree that was blocking Eagle Rock…

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Locke, Kratz Lead Pirates To 1-0 Victory Over San Francisco

Jeff Locke threw six-and-two-thirds innings of scoreless baseball, Eric Kratz slammed his first home run as a Pirate, and Pittsburgh blanked the San Francisco Giants 1-0 in the first game of a four-game series played Monday night at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Locke (6-5) allowed five hits – four singles and a double – while…

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Knox Woman Hospitalized In Pittsburgh Following Vehicle Rollover

A Knox woman was hospitalized over the weekend following a rollover accident at a Route 322 intersection in northern Clarion County. State Police troopers say 52 year-old Linda Hunsburger was injured when she ran a stop sign at the intersection of Bus Mong Road and 322.  Her minivan was then struck by a pickup operated…

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Sugarcreek Road Bridge Replacement Project To Begin Monday

Yet another bridge replacement project is expected to begin next week. A 96 year-old span over Sugar Creek, the Sugarcreek Truss Bridge, on Sugarcreek Road in Sugarcreek Village will be completely dismantled.  The steel parts will be taken elsewhere to be sandblasted and galvanized.  Then, the bridge will be reassembled.  PennDOT says the work will…

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