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Paving Job Underway On Route 62 In Forest County

PennDOT says a milling and paving project is underway on Route 62 in Forest County. The work zone extends from the intersection with Little Hickory Road (Route 3004) to a point about a mile north of the intersection with Route 36. The job will also include updated drainage and guiderail projects and pavement markings, and…

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Titusville Man Injured When Motorcycle Hits Fox

A Titusville man was treated for injuries late Friday afternoon after his motorcycle hit a fox that had run out into the road in front of him. State Police from the Corry station say Philip Taylor was involved in the incident on Enterprise Road in southern Warren County shortly before 4:00 PM Friday. Taylor was…

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Seneca Man Arrested In Saturday Fight; Police Say Brass Knuckles Were Involved

A Seneca man was arrested in a fight that police say occurred early Saturday afternoon, and in which a pair of brass knuckles was reportedly used. State Police officials from the Franklin station say 39 year-old Todd Schull struck an Oil City man in the head with the weapon before also being injured himself.  Both men were…

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Ohio Man Arrested In Barkeyville Motel Assault Investigation

State Police officials say they arrested an Ohio man over the weekend after he allegedly assaulted four other Ohio residents at a motel in Barkeyville. Troopers tell KQW that 41 year-old Raynell Jones, from Maple Heights, was charged with simple assault and was lodged in the Venango County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail. Investigators…

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Oil Heritage “Pre-Festival Events” Begin This Weekend

The annual Oil Heritage Festival in Oil City officially begins next Thursday, July 23, but a number of “pre-festival events” are also scheduled. Those events include the annual Homan-Cunningham Memorial Softball Tournament, beginning Friday (July 17) and continuing through late Sunday at softball fields in Hasson Heights and on Mitchell Avenue. The Oil Heritage Arts Show…

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State Rep. Lee James Says A Good Governor Should Compromise

In a statement released this week, state Representative Lee James, from Oil City, said “Government that works requires a Governor who compromises.” Amid all the reports from Harrisburg that no progress is being made on state budget talks nearly three weeks into the new fiscal year, Republican James was referring to Democratic Governor Tom Wolf’s veto…

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PA Turnpike Near Butler To Be Closed Late Sunday Night

State officials are cautioning weekend travelers that one section of the Pennsylvania Turnpike near Butler will be closed for about five hours late Sunday night for a bridge project. The Turnpike will be closed in both directions between the Butler Valley and Allegheny Valley interchanges, basically between Route 8 and Route 28, beginning at midnight…

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State Budget Debate Extends To Media Ads

As the state budget stalemate continues, the debate has extended to radio and television. In the third week of the new fiscal year and with no progress to report on budget talks, the debate has moved to the airwaves where partisan radio and TV ads are slamming one side or the other. Ads run by…

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Police Organization Opposes Pennsylvania Plan To Phase Out Vehicle Registration Stickers

A national organization representing police officers has come out in opposition to Pennsylvania’s plan to phase out the registration stickers on motor vehicle license plates by the end of next year. The federal Fraternal Order of Police says the stickers are a valuable tool to help law enforcement officials identify suspicious vehicles. The move to…

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Governor Wolf Signs Law Enforcement Training Bill

The new bill requiring additional training for police officers and district magisterial judges has been signed into law by Governor Tom Wolf. The law will require the police and magistrates to receive training on how to recognize and deal with people with mental illness, intellectual disabilities and autism. The bill’s sponsor, state Senator Tom Caltagirone, told…

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