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Overtime Hours Concern State Troopers And Corrections Department Employees

A legislative hearing this week on a bill to overhaul the current public pension system in Pennsylvania has touched on one issue that could drive costs upward. “Spiking” a pension with a lot of overtime hours at the end of a career can drive up the costs of the pension plan.  State troopers and corrections officers,…

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Two Drivers Hurt In Route 58 Crash

Police in Mercer County say two women were seriously injured on Tuesday afternoon in a head-on collision on Route 58 in Mercer County. The State Police at the Mercer station in Jackson Center say an S-U-V driven by 61 year-old Roxanne Dobson, from Boyers, crossed the center line on a curve and slammed into a…

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Former Grove City College President Named To State Gaming Control Board

A former president of Grove City College has been appointed to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. The appointment of Richard Jewell was announced by Speaker of the House Mike Turzai.  Jewell had retired from his Grove City post last year. Jewell earned a bachelor’s degree at Grove City and a law degree from the University…

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State Lawmakers Call For Redistricting Reform

A group of state lawmakers is seeking to reform the way legislative and Congressional districts are drawn up in Pennsylvania. The bipartisan working group is hoping to take politics out of the process. The plan is to seek greater involvement from the public, as well as advocacy groups like Common Cause and the League of Women…

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Penguins Announce 2015 Preseason Schedule

The Pittsburgh Penguins have announced an eight-game preseason schedule for 2015 which will begin in Columbus and will include games in Johnstown and in Quebec City. Recently, the Pens have normally played six games before the regular season started.  The eight-game preseason slate this year will mark the longest exhibition schedule they have had since…

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McCutchen Explodes In Bucs’ 7-4 Win In San Francisco; Bucs Have Won 10 Of Last 12

Andrew McCutchen slammed four hits and drove in a pair of runs on Tuesday night, lifting the Pittsburgh Pirates to their tenth win in their last twelve games, a 7-4 victory over the Giants in San Francisco. McCutchen tripled, doubled and added two singles, raising his batting average which stood at .185 on May 15…

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Tuesday’s PIAA High School Baseball Playoff Results – June 2

PIAA First-Round Baseball Playoff Results  –  Tuesday, June 2  (at Ainsworth Field in Erie):   “A” Eisenhower 10, Clarion 0  (6 inns.)   “AA” Steel Valley 7, Mercyhurst Prep 5  (10 inns.)   “AAA” Montour 2, Cathedral Prep 0

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$260 Million MegaMillions Lottery Ticket Sold In Ilinois; One Pennsylvania Ticket Is Worth A Million

Game officials say the lone grand prize-winning ticket for a MegaMillions Lottery jackpot with an annuity value of about $260 million was sold in Illinois. The ticket is the only one containing all five of the first five numbers drawn Tuesday night in addition to the Mega Ball number.  The annuity value for the next…

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Monday’s PIAA High School Softball Playoff Results – June 1

PIAA First-Round Playoff Results  –  Monday, June 1:   “A” Cochranton 11, Bishop Canevin 1   “AA” Cambridge Springs 5, Mohawk 0   “AAA” Trinity 3, Warren 0   “AAAA” North Allegheny 1, McDowell 0

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State House Unanimously Rejects Governor Wolf’s Tax Proposals

The state House of Representatives late Monday unanimously rejected language approving Governor Tom Wolf’s budget tax proposals. The 193-to-0 vote came on the first legislative session day following a holiday hiatus, and was immediately followed by criticism from the Governor and from some Democrats.  Wolf called the move “a stunt,” and House Minority Leader Frank Dermody, from…

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