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Pens Best Hurricanes In Shootout In Carolina

Kris Letang’s goal gave the Pittsburgh Penguins a shootout victory in Raleigh on Friday night in a 2-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes. The win was the eighth in the latest ten Pittsburgh games.  Marc-Andre Fleury made 29 saves for the win.  Phil Kessel had put Pittsburgh up 1-0 with a score coming late in…

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Titusville Mansion Fire Labled Suspicious

A State Police fire marshal believes the fire that destroyed a noted Titusville mansion last week was “suspicious in nature.” The fire on Tuesday night leveled the eighty-seven year-old former home of the city’s famed Carter family.  It had most-recently served as an apartment complex, but its tenants were moved out last summer after the current owners…

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Legislation Intended To Offer Aid During A Future State Budget Impasse

While the present budget battle continues in Harrisburg, a lawmaker is proposing legislation to keep the money flowing in such instances. Telling Radio PA News the current situation is embarrassing and that those who rely on state funding are being held hostage by state lawmakers and the Governor, state Senator Pat Stefano says he will…

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Butler County Files Lawsuit Against 15 Phone Service Providers

Butler County has filed a lawsuit against fifteen telephone service providers seeking $10.9 million dollars they claim the county is owed in 9-1-1 fees which should have been collected. The suit claims the companies did not bill for and collect 9-1-1 assessment charges for as many as six years.  One official said, for instance, the county spent…

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73-Mile Railroad Corridor To Become Rails-To-Trails Project From North Clarion To Kinzua

An agreement of sale has been finalized for the purchase of a 73-mile section of a railroad corridor which purchasers say will be transformed through a Rails-to-Trails project. The acquisition covers a stretch of the Knox and Kane Railroad corridor from North Clarion Junction to the skywalk section of Kinzua State Park.  The rail line…

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Weather Service Posts Both A Wind Chill Advisory And A Lake Effect Snow Watch

The National Weather Service has posted both a Wind Chill Advisory and a Lake Effect Snow Watch for the Oil Region in advance of the next blast of winter expected to affect us for most of the weekend. The Lake Effect Snow Watch will be in effect from Friday evening through Saturday afternoon, while the…

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Oil City Woman Jailed In Investigation Into Injured Children

An Oil City woman has been jailed following her arrest on charges brought in an investigation into injuries sustained by two children and discovered by police who responded to an incident at the woman’s home on Harriott Avenue last weekend. 26 year-old Ashley Himes is charged with two counts each of endangering the welfare of…

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Charges Re-Filed Against Cochranton Man In New Years Eve Vehicular Assault

Charges have been re-filed against a Cochranton-area man who is accused of striking a Sugarcreek man with his vehicle in the victim’s driveway last month. The original charges against 62 year-old Lawrence Melvin were withdrawn in Venango County Central Court on Wednesday.  On Thursday night, Melvin was arraigned on the same charges of aggravated assault,…

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State Budget Talks To Continue – After Lawmakers’ Winter Break; House Votes To Restore Some Funding

Now that they have taken their vote regarding the status of Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, several state Senators insist they are ready to return their attention to the lack of a budget for a fiscal year which is now about seven-and-a-half months old, and Governor Wolf’s proposal for a budget for next fiscal year. Budget hearings…

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Crash Involving Three Tractor-Trailers Halts Westbound Traffic On I-80 On Thursday Morning

A crash involving three tractor-trailers stopped westbound traffic on Interstate 80 in southern Venango County on Thursday morning. State Police officials tell KQW that the incident occurred near the site of an earlier accident and began when the operator of one rig failed to slow in time for slow-moving traffic and struck a tractor-trailer ahead…

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