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State Senate Fails By Three Votes To Override Governor’s Veto Of Stopgap Budget Plan

The state Senate failed by three votes Wednesday to override Governor Tom Wolf’s veto of a stopgap budget plan. The vote was 30-to-19 in favor of the override, but it fell short of the two-thirds majority needed to prevail. The Republican-backed measure would have provided short-term funding for school districts and social service agencies. Democrats…

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No Injuries In Oil City House Fire

No injuries were reported in a fire that damaged a home in Oil City on Tuesday night. The fire swept through the rear of the second floor of a home on Washington Avenue.  Oil City and Seneca firefighters responded to the scene at about 9:30 PM Tuesday, and remained for over three-and-a-half hours. An investigation…

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Golden Eagles Ranked 6th In First Regional Poll

The Clarion University Golden Eagles are ranked 6th in the initial NCAA Division II Super Region I poll. The top seven teams as of November 15 will advance to the Division II regional playoffs, in a field in which seven Super Region I teams will be competing.  Clarion was last ranked when they were listed 8th…

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Royals Win World Series Opener 5-4 In 14 Innings

Eric Hosmer, who committed a costly eighth-inning error which allowed the opposing team to take the lead, delivered a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 14th inning which gave the Kansas City Royals a 5-4 victory over the New York Mets in the opening game of the 2015 World Series played Tuesday night at Kauffman…

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Not Guilty Is Plea In Titusville Embezzlement Case

A woman who is accused of embezzling about $47,000 from a Titusville-based credit union has entered a plea of not guilty in federal court in Erie. Lisa Hauptman was arraigned Tuesday on one count of embezzlement, and was freed on a $10,000 bond. The money was allegedly taken between November, 2011 and May of this…

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State Legislative Committee Examines Tax Breaks For Disabled Veterans

State lawmakers are considering legislation that would provide tax breaks for all disabled military veterans. Under current state law, a veteran must be 100 percent disabled in order to be exempt from local property taxes.  Several bills which have been examined during a joint hearing of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs and Preparedness Committees…

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Tomlin: Roethlisberger Is “Preparing To Play”

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said at his weekly press conference on Tuesday that recently-injured quarterback Ben Roethlisberger “will be preparing this week and preparing to play.” Roethlisberger has missed the Steelers’ last four games with a sprained knee.  Pittsburgh has gone 2-2 in his absence with both Michael Vick and Landry Jones starting in Roethlisberger’s…

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Guys Mills Couple Robbed Of More Than $140,000

A couple in the Guys Mills area say they have been robbed of more than $140,000. A burglary at the couple’s home on Route 27 netted cash, including paper money and vintage coins, and savings bonds.  Police did not indicate where all the money and bonds had been stored, but the victims did say they…

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Multi-County 9-1-1 Outage Reported On Tuesday Morning

Officials were looking Tuesday morning (Oct. 27) into the cause of a 9-1-1 telephone service outage in at least four western Pennsylvania counties. The problem was originally reported through the statewide Emergency Alert System at 7:56 AM Tuesday. Butler County officials were advising residents who were in need of reporting emergencies to call (724) 284…

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Pennsylvania Schools Feeling The Heat Of The State Budget Stalemate

Pennsylvania has now gone 119 days without a new budget, and many schools are having a difficult time getting by. Some schools receive only ten percent of their funding from the state, but others obtain more than ninety percent of their costs that way, so the impact of the ongoing budget impasse is having varying…

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