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Allegheny College Biology Building Vandalized; Receives Extensive Water Damage

Allegheny College’s biology complex in Meadville was closed Sunday after a vandalism incident on Saturday night resulting in what school officials called extensive water damage. The college was hoping that Steffee Hall would be reopened on Monday. Few details about the vandalism incident have been released, but officials are asking anyone with any information about…

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Erie Man Wanted By U.S. Marshals Convicted On Drug Delivery Charges In Venango County Court

An Erie man wanted by U.S. Marshals was convicted in absentia last week in Venango County Court on charges connected with a case in which he was accused of supplying local drug dealers with heroin last year, The convictions on four counts against 36 year-old Marlon Rumph came in the same week in which federal…

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Liberty Street In Franklin Closing Saturday For Light-Up Night

PennDOT officials and the City of Franklin are reminding motorists that Liberty Street in Franklin, between 13th Street and Washington Crossing will be closed on Saturday, November 21 during Franklin’s Light-Up Night festivities. The closure will be in effect from just before 4:00 PM until about 9:00 PM for activities that will include the annual…

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Franklin’s Light-Up Night Scheduled For Saturday

Franklin’s annual Light-Up Night will be conducted Saturday night, November 21 in downtown Franklin, including the dazzling Electric Lights Parade and a fireworks display. Activities will actually begin during the daytime with the Christmas Tree Extravaganza opening at 1:00 PM at the Barrow-Civic Theatre, and a children’s program entitled “Music & More” to be held…

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Update: Four Arrested In Slippery Rock Armed Robbery; Two Suspects Were SRU Football Players

Police now say four men were arrested on Thursday following an armed robbery in Slippery Rock. Two of the suspects have been identified as Slippery Rock University football players, who were thrown off the team later the same day after their arrests became public. Police in Butler County say 23 year-old Calvert Anderson from Johnstown, 21…

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Titusville Man Convicted Of The Sexual Abuse Of Six Young Girls

A Titusville man was convicted of 44 counts in Crawford County Court on Thursday in a case in which he was accused of sexually assaulting six young girls over a period of at least three years. 46 year-old Terrell Spinks will be sentenced on January 29 on charges that include the rape of a child…

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Imprisoned Spy With One-Time Family Ties To Oil City Freed After 28 Years

Jailed spy Jonathan Pollard was freed from a federal prison on Friday after twenty-eight years behind bars. The 61 year-old Pollard had been sentenced to life in prison in 1987 after entering a guilty plea to one count of conspiracy to deliver national defense information to a foreign government.  His then-wife, Anne Henderson-Pollard, served thirty-two months…

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Pens Win Another 4-3 Game; Beat Colorado At Home

Evgeni Malkin recorded his seventh goal of the season, and Sidney Crosby tallied his third on Thursday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins posted a 4-3 win over the visiting Colorado Avalanche at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. David Perron and Chris Kunitz also both scored their third goals for the Pens (12-7).  Marc-Andre Fleury (10-6)…

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Oil City Man Ejected From Truck, Taken To Local Hospital

An Oil City man was taken to the hospital earlier this week after he was ejected from his truck in a one-vehicle accident on Horsecreek Road in Cranberry Township. State Police officials tell KQW that 63 year-old Ansel Redfield was headed southbound when his truck left the road, traveled through ditches on both sides of…

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Oil City’s Proposed 2016 Budget Contains No Real Estate Tax Hike

Oil City Council on Thursday approved the first reading of a $17.6 million budget for next year. The spending plan contains no increase in real estate taxes. The first vote was by a 5-0 margin.  Council will take a final vote on the spending plan next month. The city’s 2015 budget was announced at $16.6…

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