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Conner Plays Both Ways, Scores Twice In Pitt’s 45-31 Victory At Virginia

James Conner rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns on Saturday afternoon as the Pitt Panthers (5-2; 2-1 ACC) defeated Virginia 45-31 in an Atlantic Coast Conference contest player in Charlottesville, Virginia. The former McDowell star even appeared briefly on the other side of the ball as a defensive end, the position for which Pitt…

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Meadville Again Posts 70 Points In A Game Against A Venango County Opponent, Beating Oil City 70-6

For the second straight week, the Meadville Bulldogs scored 70 points against a team from Venango County, downing the Oil City Oilers 70-6 in a Friday night victory at the Oil Field in Oil City. In a home contest last week, the Bulldogs had blanked Franklin 70-0.  In both games, Meadville topped 670 yards in total…

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DuBois Pulls Away In The 2nd Half In A 56-40 Win At Franklin

The DuBois Beavers scored 28 unanswered points in the second half on Friday night, weaving their way to a 56-40 victory over the Franklin Knights on Homecoming at Franklin High School. For the Knights (4-4; 2-3 in Region 5), the outcome marked their fourth loss in five games since their 3-0 season start.  Franklin found…

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U.S. Government Says Pennsylvania Drivers Licenses And ID’s Do Not Meet Federal Requirements

The Department of Homeland Security has told Pennsylvania officials that our state drivers licenses and photo ID’s are not in full compliance with federal “REAL ID” requirements. The federal officials say that means Pennsylvania residents will face new restrictions gaining admission to federal facilities, beginning in late January.  Those restrictions could also affect admittance to military…

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Oil City Woman Charged With Vandalizing Franklin’s Vietnam Veterans Monument

An Oil City woman was charged late last week after she was accused of vandalizing the Vietnam Veterans monument in Franklin’s South Park. 51 year-old Donna DeJulia was accused by Franklin City Police of marring the monument with chalk writings.  Officers say the graffiti was related to their questioning of DeJulia in regards to what…

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Venus Woman Uninjured In Multiple Rollover Crash

Police say a Venus woman was uninjured even though her car rolled over several times when she swerved suddenly to avoid a deer that had run out into the road in front of her. State Police officials tell 96.3 KQW the incident occurred shortly after 7:00 PM Friday on Tarklin Road in Cranberry Township, and…

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Penguins Start NHL Season With Shootout Win

The Pittsburgh Penguins won a 3-2 shootout at the newly-renamed PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh on Thursday night to open the 2016-2017 NHL season with a 3-2 victory over the Washington Capitals. A disallowed goal by Phil Kessel in the fourth round of the shootout was reversed on a video review, giving the Pens the…

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Residents Concerned About Proposed Cuts For Oil City Fire Department

Oil City citizens are beginning to express their concerns about proposed cuts reportedly announced for the city’s fire department. Many of those concerns were expressed at the Thursday meeting of Oil City Council.  They involved a report of a plan to close the North Side fire hall, and to lay off full-time firefighters. Community fears range…

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MLB Playoff Results And Schedule

MLB Playoff Results  –  Saturday, October 8 and Sunday, October 9   Saturday, Oct. 8 NLDS  –  Chicago 5, San Francisco 2  (Cubs lead best-of-5 series 2-games-to-0) NLDS  –  Los Angeles at Washington  –  rained out   Sunday, Oct, 9 NLDS  –  Washington 5, Los Angeles 2  (series tied 1-1) ALDS  –  Toronto 7, Texas…

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President Obama Visits Pittsburgh

President Barack Obama spoke Thursday at the White House Frontiers Conference held in Pittsburgh. After Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto had opened the event saying his city had died in the 1980’s, but has seen new life recently through a boom in technology because of research at universities such as Carnegie-Mellon, the President spoke highly of…

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