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Oil City Man Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter After July Assault Victim Dies

An Oil City man is now charged with involuntary manslaughter following the death of another man over the winter from injuries sustained in an alleged assault last summer. 23 year-old Joel Rinker is also charged with aggravated assault.  The victim in the incident was identified as 44 year-old Jerry Buck, also from Oil City. Police…

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Windy Wednesday Warning; Wind Advisory Posted For The Oil Region

Although the initial portion of the Wednesday weather forecast for the Oil Region reads “sunny with a high temperature of fifty degrees,” the National Weather Service has posted a Wind Advisory for Wednesday (March 8), effective from 10:00 AM until 7:00 PM. Such an advisory means that wind gusts above fifty miles per hour are…

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PennDOT Update: Titusville Bridge Project Postponed Until Next Year

PennDOT has made it official.  The rehabilitation of the South Franklin Street Bridge in Titusville will be delayed until early next year. PennDOT spokesman Jim Carroll says the project is now expected to begin in April, 2018. The change was made after a review of both the bridge project and other road construction planned for this…

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Pitt Stays Alive With 61-59 Win Over Georgia Tech In ACC Tournament Opener

Michael Young scored 17 points on Tuesday, and Sheldon Jeter added 14 as the Pitt Panthers (16-16) extended their season with a 61-59 victory over Georgia Tech in the opening round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament in Brooklyn. Jamel Artis and Chris Young both chipped in 11 points for Pitt, who was seeded 14th…

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Work Begins On Route 157 Bridge

Crews are hoping to begin the replacement of a bridge on Route 157 on Wednesday (March 8). The fifteen-foot bridge takes the highway over a tributary of Wolf Creek and is located near the boundary of Cranberry and Pinegrove Townships.  It is 75 years old, and has been classified by the state as structurally deficient. The work…

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Weekend Snowstorm Possible, But Forecasters Say It’s Too Early To Forecast Track

Weather forecasters say their colleagues who are already predicting a major snowstorm for this weekend may be jumping the gun. Most say there will be a line of storms passing through some parts of this region of the country during the middle of the weekend, but that the exact track of the system and its…

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Cherrytree Woman Cheated Of $2,000 In “Your Grandson Was Jailed” Scam

A Cherrytree Township woman was scammed of some $2,000 on Friday by a man who telephoned her and said her grandson had been involved in an accident and had been thrown in jail, and that money was needed to pay an attorney to prevent the grandson from having a criminal record. The 78 year-old victim was instructed…

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Pens Post 4-3 Comeback Win Over Buffalo; Fleury Earns Two-Period Shutout Win

Conor Sheary scored the go-ahead goal with 2:56 remaining in the game, and the Pittsburgh Penguins completed a 4-3, come-from-behind victory at home over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday. The game-winning score came 50 seconds after Jake Guentzel had deflected a shot into the net with a backward flip of his stick.  Evgeni Malkin tallied…

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Ohio State Shades Penn State At Big 10 Wrestling Championships; At Least 8 Nittany Lions To Head To Nationals

Ohio State edged Penn State by nine-and-a-half points to earn the team title at the Big Ten wrestling championships in Bloomington, Indiana. Penn State, though, boasted two individual champions and will send at least eight wrestlers to the NCAA Championships in St. Louis next weekend in an attempt to win their sixth national title in…

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Keselowski Wins At Atlanta; Harvick Leads Most Of Race, Takes Control Of Points Standings

Brad Keselowski pulled ahead following a late-race yellow flag to win Sunday’s running of NASCAR’s Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Georgia. Keselowski finished ahead of Kyle Larson and Matt Kenseth.  Pole-sitter Kevin Harvick, who led for 293 of the event’s 325 laps and won stages one and two of the…

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