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Sharon Man Charged In Hermitage Walmart Shooting; Store Employee Hospitalized In Youngstown

A Sharon man was arrested on Thursday night and was charged with a shooting at a Walmart store in nearby Hermitage which left a store employee hospitalized. Charges against 22 year-old Zachary McClimans include attempted murder and aggravated assault. Hermitage Police say McClimans, who apparently has also been an employee, is the man who walked into…

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Pens Lose In OT In LA

Sidney Crosby scored twice Thursday night, but the Pittsburgh Penguins dropped a 3-2 overtime decision to the Kings in Los Angeles. Nic Dowd scored the game-winner for L.A. with 2:23 remaining in overtime just after the Penguins had killed off a penalty assessed against them with seven seconds left in regulation play. Crosby started the…

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Burglary At Spartansburg Medical Center Investigated

State Police investigators are looking for two men they say burglarized the Spartansburg Medical Center early Thursday morning. Police say the men forced open a locked door, took money from a safe and carried away a cabinet and several laptop computers. The incident occurred between 3:30 AM and 4:00 AM Thursday. Investigators believe the two…

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Governor Wolf Signs Unemployment Compensation Reform Bill

Governor Tom Wolf has signed into law a bill intended to reform Pennsylvania’s unemployment compensation system. The legislation’s sponsors, including state Representative Lee James from Oil City, say it would restore expanded unemployment compensation eligibility for seasonal employees, including construction workers, increase penalties related to the state’s unemployment compensation system, and ensure that those who participate…

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Daylight Saving Time Ends Sunday Morning

This is the weekend for the twice-yearly Changing of the Clocks. Daylight Saving Time officially ends on Sunday morning (Nov. 6) at 2:00 AM.  So, this weekend, we will set our clocks back one hour. Most of us normally make the change at bedtime Saturday night.  Most computerized clocks, including those on cell phones, will…

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Proposed Sugarcreek Borough Budget Fails For Lack Of Second; Standing-Room Only Crowd Protests Rumored Police Cuts

A proposed budget for 2017 for Sugarcreek Borough died on the table Wednesday night when Borough Council failed to receive a seconding motion to further consider the plan. The situation occurred on a night on which a standing-room only crowd showed up at the council meeting and spent about two hours speaking out against rumored…

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Cubs Win First World Series In 108 Years – In Extra Innings

The Chicago Cubs squandered a late three-run lead, sat through a brief rain delay at the end of the ninth inning, and then scored twice in the top of the tenth frame on Wednesday night to defeat the Cleveland Indians 8-7 at Progressive Field in Cleveland and to win the World Series for the first…

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Youngstown Man Sentenced To State Prison In Oil City Fire

A Youngstown, Ohio man was sentenced to state prison this week for a fire prosecutors say was intentionally set in Oil City last January. 43 year-old Clifton Smith entered a guilty plea in July to one count of arson.  On Tuesday, he was sentenced to serve seven-to-fifteen years in prison. Smith was accused of intentionally setting…

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Pens Begin California Trip With 5-1 Win At Anaheim; Pittsburgh Trades Goaltender Condon

Five different Pittsburgh players scored on Wednesday night as the Penguins began a three-game NHL trip to California with a 5-1 victory over the Ducks in Anaheim. The Penguins (7-2-1) regained first place in the league’s Metropolitan Division with Evgeni Malkin, Matt Cullen, Bryan Rust, Kris Letang and Patric Hornqvist all finding the net.  Matt…

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Sharon Man Who Fired Rounds Into Crawford County Home Could Spend 40 Years In State Prison

A man from Sharon who was accused of firing nine rounds from a shotgun into a home in southern Crawford County was sentenced Wednesday to ten to forty years in state prison. 26 year-old James Parsons must also serve ten years of probation, and pay about $2,700 in restitution to cover damages.  He will be…

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