vcp550 220-802 70-466 70-417 70-243 1z0-060 70-487 m70-301 1z0-599 400-051
Friends link: 350-050 400-051 350-021 ccnp-voice mcdba app-dsk-100 e20-814 m70-301

Blog Archives

DEP Defends Need For More Drilling Site Inspectors

The acting secretary of the state’s Department of Environmental Protection defended a proposed increase in funding and manpower for his agency to members of the state Senate this week. Radio PA News reports that John Quigley said the DEP is asking for fifty additional inspectors. Pennsylvania’s Auditor General announced last year that the DEP was…

Read more »

Colonel Drake’s Birthday To Be Observed Saturday At Drake Well Museum

Drake Well Museum and Park will observe Colonel Edwin Drake’s 196th birthday this Saturday, March 28. The party for the pioneer in the oil production business in northwestern Pennsylvania will include a special visitor, a scavenger hunt and, of course, birthday cake. The event makes up the third installment of the monthly “Something More Saturdays”…

Read more »

Poll Shows Support For Many Of Governor Wolf’s Budget Proposals, But Not So Much For The Governor Himself

A new poll from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster shows support for the key elements of Governor Tom Wolf’s budget proposals, but the numbers are not as strong for the Governor himself. 59 percent of voters polled support Wolf’s budget plan with 27 percent of them having ranked education funding as their top priority.…

Read more »

Ohio Man Pleads Guilty In Polk Harassment Case And To Making Claims Against Law Enforcement Officer

An Ohio man has entered guilty pleas in Venango County Court in a case which began when a Polk woman complained that he was stalking her. 39 year-old Anthony Mezerkor, from Andover, will be sentenced on April 28 on two counts of harassment and a charge of unsworn falsification to law enforcement.  In his plea bargain, numerous…

Read more »

Police Say Man Stole Vehicle in Franklin To Contact A Woman In Oil City; PFA Violation Claimed

Police officials who were investigating a stolen car report from Franklin’s Arbor Circle say an Oil City man took the vehicle and drove it to Oil City to attempt to contact a woman who had been awarded a Protection-From-Abuse court order from him. Oil City Police say the vehicle was spotted near the woman’s residence…

Read more »

PA Medical Society: Don’t Forget Medicine Cabinets During Spring Cleaning

While homeowners begin to spruce up their properties inside and out following the most recent winter, and many communities stress the necessity of such cleanups to their residents, the Pennsylvania Medical Society urges us to include our medicine cabinets during the process. Society president Karen Rizzo tells Radio PA News the cabinets can be sources…

Read more »

Steen’s Goal Gives Blues A 3-2 OT Victory Over Pittsburgh

Alexander Steen scored the game-winner just 35 seconds into overtime on Tuesday night, giving the St. Louis Blues a 3-2 come-from-behind victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. The Blues (46-21-7), who had lost three straight games but still maintain a slim lead in the NHL’s Central Division, outshot the Penguins…

Read more »

Orioles Jump On Reliever Hughes In 9-2 Romp Over The Pirates

Steve Pearce homered against his former team, and the Baltimore Orioles jumped on relief pitcher Jared Hughes for five fourth-inning runs in the Orioles’ 9-2 romp over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday afternoon in a preseason Grapefruit League game played at McKechnie Field in Bradenton, Florida. The Orioles (9-13) pounded out 16 hits against seven…

Read more »

Pittsburgh Man Arrested In Franklin; Police Claim He Carried 260 “Stamp Bags” Of Heroin

Police are saying a Pittsburgh man arrested at a traffic stop in Franklin on Tuesday was in possession of about 260 stamp bags of heroin. State and local police officials say 27 year-old Lamar Wright was pulled over on Grant Street at around noon on Tuesday.  Wright was charged with several counts, including possession with…

Read more »

Titusville Man Sentenced To Jail For Allegedly Trying To Take A Police Officer’s Taser Device

A Titusville man was sentenced to jail on Tuesday in a case in which he allegedly tried to grab a police officer’s Taser device while he was in a holding cell in Titusville last October. 21 year-old Michael Buck was sentenced in Crawford County Court to ninety days up to six months in the Crawford…

Read more »

Venango Weather