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NCAA Basketball Tournament First-Round Scores – Thursday, March 17

NCAA Basketball Tournament First-Round Scores  –  Thursday, May 17:   EAST REGIONAL North Carolina 83, Florida Golf Coast 67 Providence 70, Southern California 69 Indiana 99, Chattanooga 74 Kentucky 85, Stony Brook 57   SOUTH REGIONAL Miami 79, Buffalo 72 Wichita State 65, Arizona 55 Connecticut 74, Colorado 67 Kansas 105, Austin Peay 79  …

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Decision To Close Venango Catholic High School Suspended For 30 Days; Local Group Asked To Present Plan To Save School

The decision to close Venango Catholic High School in Oil City has been suspended for thirty days to allow school officials and others in the community to present their feasibility plan for keeping the school open. The announcement was made on  behalf of Bishop Lawrence Persico, whose Erie Catholic Diocese had announced the decision following a…

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Clarion County Man Dies When Truck Hits Horse Buggy

A Clarion County man died early Thursday evening after a horse-drawn buggy in which he was riding was struck from behind by a truck. Eli Mast was pronounced dead at Clarion Hospital after the crash which occurred shortly before 5:00 PM. State Police officials say the fatal incident occurred on Route 208 near its intersection…

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Meadville Man Charged With Killing His Father Is Found Dead In His Crawford County Jail Cell; Suicide Is Suspected

A Meadville man charged in the shooting death of his father in Townville last September was found dead Friday morning in his cell at the Crawford County Jail in Saegertown. Prison officials say 34 year-old Dustin Halsaver was alone.  Suicide is suspected. Halsaver was charged in October in the shooting death of 74 year-old Kenneth Halsaver…

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Pennsylvania Congressmen Urge Governor Wolf To Release Federal Funds

A number of United States Congressmen from Pennsylvania called Thursday upon Governor Tom Wolf to release nearly $80 million in federally-appropriated funds that would support agriculture in the Commonwealth. The lawmakers say the money funds the state’s largest industry, includes support for agricultural grants and is essential to continue the operations of the Penn State Extension…

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Pittsburgh Celebrates Its Bicentennial

The city of Pittsburgh is officially 200 years old today (Friday. March 18). The city was officially incorporated on March 18, 1816, and its bicentennial will be celebrated with a variety of events scheduled for the remainder of the calendar year. The birthday observance begins this morning with an Incorporation Day event at the City-County…

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Yankees Tally 14 Hits In 7-2 Victory Over Pirates

The New York Yankees pounded out fourteen hits on Thursday afternoon in a 7-2 Grapefruit League preseason win over the Pittsburgh Pirates in Bradenton, Florida. Starlin Castro and Rob Refsnyder both slammed home runs for the Yankees (6-8).  Refsnyder finished with three of New York’s hits. Pirates starter Jeff Locke worked five innings for the…

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Suspect In Fatal Shooting In New Castle Is Guard At Mercer State Prison

The suspect in a fatal shooting at a housing complex in New Castle on Tuesday night has been identified as a prison guard at the State Correctional Institution in Mercer County. 46 year-old Joseph Cohen is accused in the shooting death of 25 year-old Demon Higgins.  He has been suspended from his state prison job.…

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Weather Service Issues Red Flag Warning For Combination Of Strong Winds And Low Humidity

The National Weather Service on Thursday (March 17) issued a Red Flag Warning for a combination of strong winds and low humidity for a dozen counties in western Pennsylvania, a dozen others in eastern Ohio and two counties in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. Included in the Warning, which extends until 8:00 PM Thursday,…

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Pirates Bullpen Fails After Starter Nicasio Strikes Out Ten

The Pittsburgh Pirates’ bullpen surrendered nine runs in four innings on Wednesday afternoon in a 9-3 preseason loss to the Baltimore Orioles in Sarasota, Florida. The meltdown by the Pittsburgh relievers came after Pirates starter Juan Nicasio had been spotted a 3-0 lead and had struck out ten batters and allowed only one hit over…

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