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New Jersey Goaltender Scott Wedgewood Blanks Penguins 3-0 In Second NHL Start

The Pittsburgh Penguins fired 39 shots against rookie goaltender Scott Wedgewood on Thursday night, and the New Jersey goalie stopped them all, giving the Devils (36-31-7) a 3-0 shutout over the Penguins at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Wedgewood (2-0) was making just his second National Hockey League start.  He allowed only one goal to…

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Police: 88 Pounds Of Cocaine Seized At Mercer County Traffic Stop

A Michigan man was jailed in Mercer County after police officials said they found him to be in possession of about 88 pounds of cocaine at a traffic stop on Interstate 80. 52 year-old Carl McDaniel was said to be hauling fruit from California.  He was stopped for a potential safety violation. McDaniel was arraigned…

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I-80 West Closed Thursday Near Emlenton After SUV/Tractor-Trailer Crash

Interstate 80 westbound near Emlenton was closed for most of the day Thursday after a crash involving an S-U-V and a tractor-trailer. No injuries were reported, but the highway was closed between mile markers 49 and 50 for nearly seven hours, from the 8:20 AM crash until shortly after 3:00 PM. State Police from the Clarion station…

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Orioles Homer Three Times, But Use Three Singles To Beat Pirates 6-5

The Baltimore Orioles used three consecutive singles with one out in the bottom of the ninth inning to break a 5-5 tie and defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-5 on Thursday afternoon in Grapefruit League preseason baseball action in Sarasota, Florida. Joey Rickard recorded the game-winning, walk-off hit. Mark Trumbo, J.J. Hardy and Jonathan Schoop all…

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Four Arrested In Clarion Robbery

Police in Clarion have charged four individuals in the robbery of a 68 year-old man in downtown Clarion on Tuesday night. Charges were filed against 20 year-old Sameer Faulk, 19 year-old David Davis, 35 year-old Stephanie Andreas and a seventeen year-old male juvenile. Clarion Borough Police claim there were two attacks on the man, several…

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Penguins-Flyers Outdoor Game At Heinz Field Moved To February 25

The outdoor NHL game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers to be played next winter at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh is now scheduled for Saturday, February 25 at 8:00 PM. The game has been included as part of the 2017 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series.  It was originally reported to be slated for…

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Pirates Outfielders All Homer In Pittsburgh’s 6-5 Win Over Baltimore In Bradenton

All three starting Pirates outfielders homered on Wednesday as Pittsburgh edged the Baltimore Orioles 6-5 in Grapefruit League preseason action in Bradenton, Florida. Andrew McCutchen slammed a solo shot in the third inning, his fifth homer in the last seven exhibition games.  Starling Marte later hit a two-run shot, and Gregory Polanco tallied a solo…

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GOP Leaders React To Governor Wolf’s Announcement On The State Budget

Republican lawmakers, on both the state and federal levels, have reacted positively to Governor Tom Wolf’s decision to allow a state budget package to become law. After releasing partial funding late last year through his line-item vetoes, Wolf finally announced Wednesday he would not sign what amounts to the remainder of the budget package, but…

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Oil City Motorcycle Rider Arrested In Meadville After Chase Which Started In Sugarcreek Borough

An Oil City man was arrested in Meadville on Wednesday shortly after an attempted traffic stop in Sugarcreek Borough which was followed, police say, by a high-speed chase. Investigators say the incident ended in Meadville after 26 year-old Justin Stromyer hit another vehicle at a city intersection. Sugarcreek Borough Police say they first attempted to…

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Federal Disaster Money Released For Pennsylvania For Late January Blizzard

President Barack Obama on Wednesday released federal money to aid Pennsylvania in its recovery from a blizzard which smacked most, but not all, of the state in late January. The President signed a disaster declaration for the state, making the money available to state and local governments and some non-profit organizations.  It may be used…

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