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Rookie Schauffele Wins Greenbrier Classic

PGA Tour rookie Xander Schauffele sank a three-foot birdie putt on the final hole on Sunday to win the Greenbrier Classic at the Old White TPC in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia. The 23 year-old Schauffele, who tied for fifth in this year’s U.S. Open, posted a four-day score of 14-under-par 266 (64-69-66-67) to edge…

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Truex Wins At Kentucky

After winning the first two stages of the race only to see the field bunched up due to a caution flag which forced overtime, Martin Truex, Jr. blew past Kyle Busch on a restart on Saturday to win the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup event at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta, Kentucky. It was the third win…

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Police Say Meadville Man Bought Boat From Franklin Man With A Worthless Check

Charges are pending against a young Meadville man after police say he purchased a boat and trailer from a Franklin man using a check from a closed account which had previously been utilized by his parents. State Police investigators allege that 18 year-old Justin Ernst entered into an agreement to buy the items, wrote out…

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Mercer County Rape Charges Against Kennerdell Man Dropped

Charges, including rape, which had been brought last year against a Kennerdell man have been dropped due to lack of evidence. The charges against 22 year-old Evan Michael Schirra were filed in September, 2015 following an accusation by an 18 year-old female that she had been sexually assaulted. The incident was alleged to have occurred…

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Charges Filed Against Franklin Man Allegedly Involved In High-Speed Chase And Crash At Former Joy Plant

Charges were officially filed late this week against a Franklin man accused of leading police on a high-speed, late-night chase through parts of the city last month, resulting in a crash at the former Joy Manufacturing plant and serious injuries to both the driver and a passenger. The fourteen charges against 33 year-old Travis Semrau…

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New Law Exempts Technical Education Students From Keystone Exams Graduation Requirement

Governor Tom Wolf has signed a bill that will exempt high school students who are studying a trade from being required to take a certain standardized test as a requirement for graduation. Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, the Keystone Exams will become a graduation requirement for most Pennsylvania students, but under the new law,…

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Pirates Down Phillies 6-3 In Series Finale In Philadelphia

Josh Bell and Gregory Polanco both homered, and Andrew McCutchen contributed three hits and two runs scored on Thursday evening as the Pittsburgh Pirates downed the Philles 6-3 in the final game of a four-game series in Philadelphia, winning the final three contests after having been shut out Monday in the series opener. Left-fielder Jose…

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Lawmakers Look Again At Severance Tax For Marcellus Shale Drilling

As lawmakers deal with ways to fill a more than two billion dollars deficit in the state budget, several are renewing a push for a severance tax on Marcellus shale natural gas drilling. A group known as CLEAR – the Coalition for Labor Engagement and Accountable Revenues – has joined a number of Democratic lawmakers…

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Unemployment Compensation Amnesty Program Underway

An amnesty program has begun for people and businesses in Pennsylvania who have improperly received unemployment benefits. The Department of Labor and Industry has notified more than 180 thousand individuals and businesses that they were paid $651 million in unemployment compensation to which they were not entitled. Department Secretary Kathy Manderino told Radio PA News,…

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Antlerless Deer License Sales To Begin Monday

County treasurers’ offices will begin the sales of 2017 antlerless deer licenses on Monday, July 10. Hunters are encouraged to mail their applications in the pink envelopes provided by the Pennsylvania Game Commission on Friday (July 7) to ensure timely delivery.  Applications received before Monday will be rejected.  Applications should not be sent to a…

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