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Pitt Drops 8-Point Decision At Duke For 8th-Straight Loss

Grayson Allen paced the Duke Blue Devils with 21 points on Saturday afternoon, and Duke handed Pitt their eighth consecutive loss, beating the Panthers 72-64 at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina. Amile Jefferson added 15 points for Duke (18-5; 6-4 ACC), while Jayson Tatum scored 12 points and Luke Kennard contributed 10. Michael…

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Penn State Drops Two-Point Home Decision To Rutgers

The Penn State Nittany Lions lost a home game on Saturday afternoon to a team which had not won a Big Ten Conference road game in their three years in the league. Corey Sanders scored 25 points, leading Rutgers (13-11; 2-9 Big Ten) to a 70-68 win over the Nittany Lions (12-12; 4-7).  Deshawn Freeman added…

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Kessel’s OT Goal Lifts Pens Over Columbus

Phil Kessel scored his second goal of the night during the only power play of the game in overtime on Friday night, giving the Pittsburgh Penguins a 4-3 home victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets. The win moved the Penguins (32-13-5) to within two points of second-place Columbus and five points of first-place Washington in…

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One Lane Of Oil City’s Duncomb Street Reopens – For Now

One lane of Duncomb Street in Oil City has been temporarily reopened to traffic. The street was closed at the outset of the demolition of the city’s parking ramp, and it will be shut down again later in the project. PennDOT officials say travel between Elm Street and Seneca Street is now possible, but no…

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Irwin Township House Fire Blamed On Clothes Dryer

A fire that destroyed a home in southern Venango County late last week apparently originated in a clothes dryer. The fire in Irwin Township shortly after 8:30 PM Thursday night displaced a man, his wife and their ten month-old child.  Fire officials did not release the family’s names. Crews from five fire companies were on…

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Governor Will Ask For $10 Million More For Fight Against Opioid Abuse

Radio PA News reports that Governor Tom Wolf will ask for an additional ten million dollars for the fight against opioid abuse in his budget address next week. Wolf says the money is needed to equip first-responders and law enforcement officials with Naloxone, a drug which reverses the effects of a heroin or opioid overdose.…

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Public Meeting Planned On Route 8 Bridge Repair Project In Titusville

A public meeting concerning plans to rehabilitate a bridge on South Franklin Street in Titusville has been scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, February 21. The bridge is located between the Route 8 intersection with East Bloss Street and Route 27. The job is expected to take about three months, and will be undertaken sometime during this…

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Titusville Couple Arraigned On Drug Charges; Police Say Syringes Were Found In Children’s Cereal Boxes

A Titusville couple was arrested Thursday in an investigation into the alleged sales of heroin from their home in a case in which investigators say they found syringes – one loaded with what they think is heroin – inside children’s cereal boxes. 34 year-old Justin Stokes and 30 year-old Sheena Delp were apprehended following a raid at their…

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It’s Franklin On Ice Time

The Franklin Fine Arts Council’s 21st “Franklin On Ice” weekend is here. Activities are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, February 3 and 4.  Visitors have traditionally returned on the Sunday of “Franklin On Ice” weekend to enjoy the finished results. Friday’s activities are to include a nature art reception, a bake sale, “indoor sidewalk sales,”…

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North Clarion Student Arrested After Alleged Shooting Threats

A student at North Clarion High School was arrested on Wednesday night after he allegedly was heard telling another student he was planning to “shoot up” the school. 18 year-old Donald Haywood, from Tylersburg, reportedly a senior at North Clarion was charged with making terroristic threats and with disorderly conduct.  Following his arraignment in Clarion,…

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