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Michigan Woman Pleads No Contest In Physical Attack On Titusville Girl

A Michigan woman entered a plea of no contest in Crawford County Court on Monday to a charge of simple assault in a case in which a seven year-old Titusville girl was physically attacked last year. 23 year-old Faith Adkins, from Saginaw, will be sentenced in October.  In sentencing, a plea of no contest can…

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Clarks Mills Man Hospitalized In Youngstown Following Crash In New Vernon

A Clarks Mills mas has been transported to a hospital in Youngstown for treatment of the serious injuries he sustained in a one-vehicle crash over the weekend. State Police reports from Mercer County indicate that 28 year-old Matthew Stepowski was injured early Sunday morning when his vehicle left Route 358 in New Vernon.  The vehicle…

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Cardinals Beat Up On Jared Hughes In Three-Run 7th Inning, Top Pirates 3-2

The St. Louis Cardinals saddled Pittsburgh reliever Jared Hughes (6-4) with three runs in the seventh inning on Monday night en route to a 3-2 win over the Pirates at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. John Jay tied the contest at 1-1 with a pinch-hit RBI single, and Matt Holliday followed with a two-run double. Pittsburgh…

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Two Enter Guilty Pleas For Tattoos Given To 12 Year-Old Girl

Two people from the Centerville area have entered guilty pleas in Crawford County Court in an incident in which they were accused of tattooing a 12 year-old girl. 33 year-old Randall Charlton and 30 year-old Melissa Becker will be sentenced next month. Charlton pleaded guilty to charges of the corruption of a minor and tattooing…

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Pirates Option Polanco To Indianapolis; Tabata And Barmes Return

The Pittsburgh Pirates have optioned struggling rookie outfielder Gregory Polanco back to “AAA” Indianapolis. With Major League rosters eligible to be expanded next week, the roster move may only keep Polanco in the minors for a week. The 22 year-old Polanco is mired in a 1-for-30 slump and struck out in all three of his…

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School Resumes; Drivers Cautioned

As students return to classes here in the Oil Region, drivers and the students themselves are being refreshed with the many safety precautions that come with the season. Motorists are being advised that bus routes are being resumed, and to watch for students on foot or on their bicycles and for the lower speed limits…

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Cornplanter Resident Finds Molotov Cocktails In His Garage

State Police officials are conducting an investigation after an Oil City-area man found a pair of objects described as “Molotov cocktail devices” on the floor of his garage. Investigators tell KQW that a resident of Gough Road in Cornplanter Township found the potential explosive devices when he was trying to learn the origins of two…

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Three Rob Blooming Valley Man In His Home

A search was started early Monday morning for three people who were said to have robbed an elderly Blooming Valley man in his home just after midnight. Police say one of the robbers was armed with a handgun. State Police officials from the Meadville station say two men and a woman entered the victim’s residence through…

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South Korea Wins Third Little League World Series Title

For the third time, South Korea has won the Little League World Series championship. On Sunday, a team from Seoul defeated Jackie Robinson West, from Chicago, 8-4 in the title game in South Williamsport. Seoul’s Jae Yeong Hwang drove home two runs after starting the game as his team’s pitcher, and allowing only one hit…

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Bucs’ Winning Streak Ends At Three With 4-3 Loss In Milwaukee

Despite home runs from Starling Marte and Andrew McCutchen, the Pittsburgh Pirates dropped a 4-3 decision in Milwaukee on Sunday, ending a three-game winning streak. The third-place Pirates (67-63) trail the first-place Brewers (72-58) by five games in the National League Central Division. After Milwaukee scored twice in the bottom of the first inning, Marte…

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