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Steelers Open With Narrow 21-18 Victory In Cleveland

Ben Roethlisberger threw a pair of touchdown passes to tight end Jesse James, and Anthony Chickillo pounced on a fumble in the end zone for a six-point score as the Pittsburgh Steelers opened the NFL season on Sunday with a narrow 21-18 victory over the Browns in Cleveland. Antonio Brown caught 11 of Roethlisberger’s tosses…

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Knox-Area Mobile Home Destroyed By Fire

A mobile home near Knox was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. Five fire companies responded to the blaze on Tippecanoe Road in Beaver Township at about 1:00 AM Sunday.  Damages have been estimated at about $60,000. A State Police fire marshal has determined that the fire began in the mobile home’s kitchen, but the…

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Franklin Man Injured In Sandycreek Township Crash

A Franklin man was injured in a dramatic one-vehicle crash in Sandycreek Township late Saturday afternoon. State Police officials say a vehicle driven by 24 year-old Zachary Shaffer traveled off the right side of Poverty Valley Road and struck an embankment.  The vehicle then hit several large boulders, became airborne and slammed into a tree.…

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Two Charged In Disturbance At Emlenton Truck Plaza

Two men were charged early Saturday morning in a disturbance at a truck plaza in Emlenton. State Police officials say 22 year-old Jamison Winger, from Parker, and 22 year-old Randy Weckerly, from Sligo, were charged with trespassing, disorderly conduct and harassment. Investigators say Winger and Weckerly were harassing employees of the restaurant at the plaza…

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Cards Blank Pirates, Sweep Series; Bucs’ Losing Streak Now At Five

Yadier Molina and Randal Grichuck both homered on Sunday, and the St. Louis Cardinals completed a three-game sweep of the Pittsburgh Pirates at Busch Stadium in St. Louis with a 7-0 shutout. The Pirates, whose losing streak now stands at five games, were limited to six hits.  Andrew McCutchen and David Freese both went 2-for-4,…

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Nadal Wins U.S. Open; Stephens Wins Women’s Title In All-U.S. Final

Rafael Nadal earned his second Grand Slam tennis title of 2017, and his sixth overall on Sunday with a straight-sets win over Kevin Anderson in the men’s singles final at the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, New York. The 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 final marked Nadal’s third straight championship in the New York event. Only Roger…

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Larson Wins At Richmond In OT Sprint

Kyle Larson captured his fourth victory of the current NASCAR Cup season when he sprinted to the lead coming out of the pit following a late race caution flag was lifted and took the checkered flag in overtime at Richmond International Raceway on Saturday night. The four wins tie Larson for the most in the…

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Penn State Wins Keystone Classic 33-14 Over Pitt

Trace McSorley threw three touchdown passes on Saturday as Penn State won the 2017 edition of the Keystone Classic 33-14 on the Nittany Lions’ home turf at Beaver Stadium. Saquon Barkley caught a TD throw and ran for another score for Penn State (2-0), and Mike Gesicki caught two TD passes. Pitt (1-1) scored on…

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High School Football Results – 2017 Week Three

High School Football Results  –  2017 Week 3   Friday, September 8 Conneaut (OH) 26, Oil City 20   District 10, Region 5 Warren 44, Franklin 34 Grove City 28, Conneaut (PA) 12 Meadville 55, DuBois 21   Region 4 Mercyhurst Prep 52, Titusville 7 Fairview 36, Girard 0   Region 6 Cathedral Prep 63,…

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Oil City Man Charged In Alleged Sexual Abuse Of Nine Year-Old Girl

An Oil City man faces charges concerning allegations that he repeatedly abused a nine year-old girl by making inappropriate contact with the youngster. 35 year-old Jacob Sweeney was arraigned this week on four charges each of indecent assault on a person under thirteen and the corruption of a minor. An investigation by Oil City Police…

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