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Father And Son From Harrisville Reported Missing

Police were searching Wednesday for a father and son from Harrisville who had not been seen since they left home en route to a Pittsburgh hospital on Monday night. State Police officials in Butler County said they were searching for 30 year-old Ronald Brain and his ten year-old son, Grant.  The pair never showed up…

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MegaMillions Lottery Jackpot Climbs To $310 Million

With no one hitting the big prize in Tuesday night’s drawing, game officials have raised the estimate in the jackpot for the Friday night drawing of the MegaMillions Lottery to $310 million. The current estimated value of the one-time cash prize in the game stands at $211.1 million. Tuesday’s jackpot estimate was around $293 million.…

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Pens Earn 4th Stanley Cup Title; Crosby Named Playoff MVP

Kris Letang scored Sunday night’s go-ahead goal on a pass from team captain Sidney Crosby, and the Pittsburgh Penguins won the NHL Stanley Cup championship for the fourth time, defeating the Sharks 3-1 in the sixth game of the playoff final played in San Jose. Brian Dumoulin tallied a power play goal in the first…

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Governor Wolf Undergoes Outpatient Treatment On Prostate Cancer

Governor Tom Wolf said Tuesday that he did not expect a medical procedure conducted Tuesday to affect his ability to do his job. Wolf was to undergo outpatient treatment connected to an earlier diagnosis of prostate cancer.  The Governor hoped to be back in his office by Thursday. The cancer was first detected in the…

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Credit Union Manager Gets One Day In Jail, But Five Years In The Court System In Missing Money Case

The former manager of a Titusville credit union branch who was accused of taking about $47,000 in funds for her personal use will spend about five years in the court system, but will be jailed for only one day. In federal court in Erie, 47 year-old Lisa Hauptman, from Titusville, was also sentenced to six…

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Titusville Man Accused Of Sleeping While Two Year-Old Child Roamed The Neighborhood

A Titusville man has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child after police say he twice slept while a two year-old child in his care was wandering around the neighborhood. Titusville Police say the youngster was first found in a park about a block from his Mailler Street home, and four days later…

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Rocky Grove Firemen’s Fair Trimmed To Three Days

Organizers of the Rocky Grove Firemen’s Fair are planning only a three-day event this summer. The annual festival will run from Friday through Sunday, June 24-26. The numbers of volunteers available and the hours in which they are available are cited as factors for the change. As of last week, it appeared that fair officials…

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Ridgeview Road Bridge Reopens

A bridge in northern Venango County which had been closed for rehabilitation work reopened on Tuesday. The 76 year-old span on Ridgeview Road and spanning Porter Run between Route 427 and Sunville Road in Plum Township had been closed since mid-April. Workers had applied a new bonded concrete overlay on the bridge deck and completed…

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Flag Day Flag Retirement Ceremonies Scheduled

It’s Flag Day, and several local organizations will mark the occasion with flag retirement ceremonies this evening. Boy Scout Troop 17 will host such an event at 7:00 PM in Hasson Park in Oil City.  The city’s mayor, Bill Moon, will serve as guest speaker. A flag retirement ceremony is also scheduled for 6:00 PM…

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Work Resumes On Route 322 Slide Near Cochranton

PennDOT reports that work has resumed on a section of Route 322 near Cochranton where a soil slide just after Christmas undercut a 250-foot-long section of highway. The stretch of road between Route 173 and Townhall Road  was closed for nearly a month while the start of renovation work was underway.  The highway reopened on…

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