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Pitt Loses 67-60 Home Game To #11 Louisville

The Pitt Panthers outrebounded their opponents 34-to-28 on Wednesday night, and the Panthers’ Ryan Luther led all scorers with a career-high 17 points, but Pitt dropped a 67-60 decision to 11th-ranked Louisville at the Petersen Events Center in Pittsburgh. Quentin Snider paced the Cardinals (22-6; 11-4 ACC) with 14 points, and Damion Lee added 13. …

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Wednesday’s High School Basketball Playoff Results – February 24

High School Basketball Playoff Results  –  Wednesday, February 24:   District 9   Boys’ “A” Semifinals Elk County Catholic 75, Union 48 Coudersport 60, Ridgway 58  (2 OT)   Girls’ “A” Semifinals Keystone 52, Coudersport 37 Elk County Catholic 46, North Clarion 43  (OT)   PIAA Boys’ “AAAA” Sub-Regional Central Tech 71, DuBois 44   District 10…

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Governor Tom Wolf Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

Governor Tom Wolf announced Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. The 67 year-old Governor says he has been told by his doctors that they found the cancer early, and that it is treatable. In a statement released Wednesday morning, Wolf said he expects to undergo several months of treatments, but that they should…

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Two Erie Residents Charged In Mulitiple Burglaries In Crawford County; Pair Are Also Suspects In Warren County Burglaries

Two residents of Erie County were charged this week in Titusville in connection with a number of burglaries in Crawford County. Law enforcement officials in Crawford County say 22 year-old Raymond Hicks and 28 year-old Heather Morningstar are also suspects in burglaries committed in neighboring Warren County. The burglaries in Crawford County, including incidents in Oil…

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Indiana County Man Jailed In Franklin; Is Accused Of Violating Served PFA Order Within 15 Minutes

An Indiana County man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly violating a Protection From Abuse court order. Venango County Sheriff’s Department officials say Dennis Shank, from Blairsville, was reported to have violated the PFA within fifteen minutes of the time their deputies had served it on him. Shank was arrested in Cranberry, was arraigned on a…

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Wolf Signs Bill To Exempt Military Personnel From State’s Earned Income Taxes

Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law a bill that exempts all active military pay from the state’s Earned Income Taxes, no matter where that pay is earned. The bill was signed on Tuesday. Wolf also signed a bill which would combine the state’s horse racing and harness racing commissions into one body.  The legislation…

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Former Oil City Pharmacy Manager Pleads Guilty To One Count Of Theft

The former long-time manager of a pharmacy in Oil City has entered a guilty plea to one count of theft by unlawful taking in a case in which she was accused of using more than $132,000 in store funds to pay off personal expenses. In exchange for the plea by 46 year-old Ronda Duncan, two…

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Tuesday’s High School Basketball Playoff Results – February 23

High School Basketball Playoff Results  –  Tuesday, February 23   District 9 Boys’ “AA” Semifinals Brockway 53, Cranberry 42 Kane 52, Keystone 32   District 9 Girls’ “AA” Semifinals Moniteau 40, Redbank Valley 33 Karns City 53, Kane 38   District 10 Boys’ “A” Semifinals Kennedy Catholic 81, Rocky Grove 46 Farrell 56, Erie First Christian 34   District…

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Franklin Man Found Unconscious Accused Of Taking Heroin While Caring For Children

A Franklin man whose wife says she found unconscious in their Third Ward home has been charged with endangering the welfare of children after he was accused of taking heroin while caring for two youngsters. 30 year-old Kenneth Ritchey was also charged with two drug-related charges. Franklin City Police say Ritchey’s wife discovered him passed…

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Faculty Attempt To Save School Draws Large Crowd At Venango Catholic

The faculty of Venango Catholic High School in Oil City have publicly presented their intentions to attempt to keep the school open. The proposals were put forth on Monday night before a crowd of more than 300 people, and representatives from the Catholic Diocese of Erie which had announced the school’s closing just last week.  The…

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