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Federal Agency Penalizes PennDOT For Underground Storage Tank Violations

The federal Environmental Protection Agency says PennDOT will pay a $26,066 penalty for its failure to comply completely with environmental regulations. PennDOT was accused of violations in connection with underground diesel fuel tanks in the Franklin area and in Brownsville in Washington County. Specifically, the EPA claims the state transportation agency “did not conduct proper…

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Perez, Indians’ Pitching Lead To Win In World Series Opener

Catcher Roberto Perez, who hit only three home runs all season, homered twice on Tuesday night, and three Cleveland pitchers combined to strike out fifteen batters as the Indians captured the first game of the 2016 World Series 3-0 over the Chicago Cubs in Cleveland. The Tribe last won the Fall Classic in 1948.  The…

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Crosby Returns To Lead Penguins To 3-2 Win Over Florida

Down 2-0, the Pittsburgh Penguins scored three unanswered goals on Tuesday night to defeat the Florida Panthers 3-2 at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. With the win, the Penguins (4-2-1) took over the lead in the NHL’s Metropolitan Division. Sidney Crosby, making his season debut after sustaining a concussion in a late preseason practice, put…

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Congressman Thompson’s Constituent Hours In Franklin Are Scheduled For Friday

The office of Congressman Glenn Thompson has announced that constituent hours will be held Friday (Oct. 28) in Franklin. Staff members will be available to answer questions and provide assistance to area residents on a wide variety of federal issues, including but not limited to economics, workforce development opportunities, veterans benefits, Social Security and Medicare.…

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State Police To Hold “Come Get To Know Us” Day

If you are thinking about a career in law enforcement, there is an event in Hershey this weekend that you may not want to miss. The Pennsylvania State Police will host a “Come Get To Know Us” day on Sunday (Oct. 30) from 12:00 noon until 4:00 PM at the State Police Academy. There, you…

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Oil City’s Center Street Bridge To Reopen Thursday

The Center Street Bridge in Oil City is scheduled to reopen sometime this Thursday, October 27, and a “community ceremony” is being scheduled to mark the occasion. The event will begin at noon at Kings’ Park near the Route 8 entrance to the bridge.  More details on the ceremony are pending. The bridge closed in late…

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Former Attorney General Kane Sentenced To Prison Time In Perjury Trial

Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane was sentenced Monday to 10-to-23 months in prison on her convictions on two charges of perjury and seven other counts. Kane, the first woman and the first Democrat to be elected to the office, was also ordered to serve eight years probation.  She posted bail, and remains free pending appeal. Kane…

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Unemployment Compensation Reform Bill Approved By State House

An unemployment compensation reform bill inspired by local worker layoffs has passed the state House of Representatives, and is now headed to the Senate. The bill would increase the time workers and employers have to appeal unemployment compensation decisions to thirty days from fifteen days. The bill was introduced in the House by state Representative Lee James,…

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NFL Results – 2016 Week Seven

NFL Results  –  Week 7   Thursday, October 20 Green Bay 26, Chicago 10   Sunday, October 23 New England 27, Pittsburgh 16 Cincinnati 31, Cleveland 17 NY Jets 24, Baltimore 16 NY Giants 17, Los Angeles 10 Philadelphia 21, Minnesota 10 Miami 28, Buffalo 25 Detroit 20, Washington 17 Kansas City 27, New Orleans…

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No Injuries As Plane Carrying Six Crash-Lands In Titusville

All six people aboard escaped uninjured late Sunday when a plane piloted by a Franklin man crash-landed at the Titusville Airport. Emergency officials say the plane lost power on its approach to the airport.  The craft came up short of a runway, and skidded into some very wet and very tall grass, coming to a…

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