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Crosby’s OT Goal Gives Pens A 3-2 Victory Over The Islanders

Sidney Crosby scored the tiebreaking goal with 1:12 remaining in overtime on Saturday, giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 3-2 home victory over the New York Islanders. Derick Brassard scored his first goal since being acquired by Pittsburgh in a three-team trade, and Patric Hornqvist tallied his 18th goal of the season.  Tristan Jarry (11-5-2) made…

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Daylight Saving Time To Begin This Weekend

We will reach another sign of spring this weekend with the return of Daylight Saving Time. The change will mean both that Saturday night (March 10) will be one hour shorter, and that sunrise and sunset will both come one hour later beginning on Sunday. The switch back to Daylight Saving Time will officially come…

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Fire Roars Through Utica-Area Home

More information is expected later Monday concerning a fire which ripped through a home in the Utica area early Sunday evening. Six fire companies responded to the blaze shortly before 6:30 PM on Old Route 322.  The fire was roaring through the roof when they arrived.  Many of the firefighters stayed on the scene until…

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Police Say Clintonville Teen Runs Away Again

A teenage boy living in a foster home in Clintonville, who was the subject of a police search last week, has again run away. State Police officials say 17 year-old Logan Ziros, originally from Farrell, was located Thursday in Hermitage and was returned to his foster home.  Now, investigators say Ziros again left the residence…

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Ohio Woman Hospitalized In Grove City Following Rollover On I-80

An Ohio woman was hospitalized in Grove City on Friday afternoon following a rollover incident on the eastbound lanes of Interstate 80 in southern Venango County. State Police troopers say 66 year-old Jane Sutton, from Youngstown, lost control of her car when she leaned over to pick up a dropped compact disc.  Sutton’s car hit…

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Jackson Township Woman Accused Of Attacking Man With Baseball Bat

A Cooperstown-area woman is facing charges after she allegedly attacked a man with a baseball bat during what police have termed a domestic altercation. Police say a man was attacked and suffered injuries to his face, hands, arms and chest at the residence of 46 year-old Lisa Romero in Jackson Township. Romero was arraigned late…

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Route 8 Bridge Work In Titusville To Begin April 2

PennDOT says rehabilitation work on the South Franklin Street Bridge in Titusville will begin on April 2. The bridge carries Route 8 over Oil Creek between the Route 8 intersections with Bloss and Saint Johns Streets..  It is classified as structurally deficient. Work on the 78 year-old bridge will include the replacement of the deck,…

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Krejci Gets Hat Trick As Bruins Bomb Penguins 8-4

The Boston Bruins outscored the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3 in the first period on Thursday night on the way to an 8-4 victory over the Pens in Boston. David Krejci recorded his fourth career hat trick for the Bruins (39-15-8), while David Pastrnak added two goals and an assist.  Newly-acquired Rick Nash also scored for Boston,…

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Penn St. Advances To Big Ten Tourney Quarterfinals

The Penn State Nittany Lions picked up their 20th victory of the season with a 65-57 victory over Northwestern on Thursday night in their first game in the Big Ten Conference Tournament at Madison Square Garden in New York. Tony Carr paced Penn State with 25 points, and the Nittany Lions closed out the contest…

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Elk Township Mobile Home Fire Blamed On Wood Burner

A fire that destroyed a mobile home in northern Clarion County earlier this week has been ruled accidental and is being blamed on a wood burner. Four fire companies responded to the blaze Tuesday night on Knighttown Road near Route 322 in Elk Township.  One person was home, but he was not injured. Firefighters were…

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