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Mercer County Man Charged In Stabbing Death At Meadville-Area Store

A Mercer County man, accused in the stabbing death of a Greenville man at a health food store in the Meadville area, has been arrested in Erie. After having been transported back to Crawford County, 34 year-old Adam Greenlee, from Fredonia, was charged with homicide and robbery and was lodged in the Crawford County Jail.…

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12 Year-Old To Be Charged With Strangulation

A twelve year-old boy is to be charged with the crime of strangulation following an incident reported Sunday night in Cranberry Township. State Police officials say the boy assaulted a 36 year-old woman at a location on Allegheny Avenue.  The identity of the suspect was, of course, not released. Investigators gave no other details surrounding…

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Penguins Win Home-And-Home With Struggling Buffalo

The Pittsburgh Penguins swept a home-and-home series with the Buffalo Sabres over the weekend, blanking their opponents 4-0 in Buffalo on Friday night and winning 5-1 in Pittsburgh on Saturday evening. The pair of wins, Pittsburgh’s third and fourth in a row, moved the Pens (15-10-3) to within two points of first place in the…

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Mobile Home Destroyed By Fire In Kennerdell

A mobile home struck by fire in Kennerdell on Friday morning has been declared a total loss. Five fire companies responded to the scene on Cranberry-Rockland Road shortly before noon Friday.  The home’s owner was not in the structure when the blaze broke out. The fire may have begun in a bedroom. Its origins are…

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Juvenile To Be Charged For Assaulting Ambulance Personnel

Charges are pending against a juvenile after he allegedly assaulted emergency medical personnel inside an ambulance. Police from Sugarcreek Borough say the incidents occurred late Thursday afternoon when they were transporting the juvenile to UPMC Northwest in  Cranberry.  Police responded, took custody of the suspect and took him to the hospital themselves. Injuries sustained by…

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PIAA Football Semifinal Results – Dec. 1 & 2

PIAA Football Semifinal Schedule  –  Friday, December 1 and Saturday, December 2:   “1A” Jeannette 17, Farrell 6 Homer-Center 20, Steelton-Highspire 14   “2A” Wilmington 49, Washington 42 Southern Columbia 56, Dunmore 19   “3A” Quaker Valley 43, Sharon 23 Middletown 49, Conwell-Egan 7   “4A” Cathedral Prep 42, Berks Catholic 24 Imhotep Charter 34,…

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State House Committee Hearing On The Northwestern Pennsylvania Economy

Economic development here in northwestern Pennsylvania was the focus of a state House committee hearing held near Erie. While you might think that such a hearing focusing on job creation would center on the lack of jobs or job opportunities, Radio PA News reports the topic at a meeting of the House Majority Policy Committee…

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Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Underway

A Salvation Army official tells Radio PA News more than eighty cents of every dollar we donate to their annual Red Kettle Campaign goes directly to the agency’s client services. The familiar kettles are once again being manned by volunteers at shopping centers, supermarkets and many sidewalk locations.  Money raised through the Red Kettle Campaign…

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State Gets Federal Grant To Help Veterans Enter The Teaching Field

Pennsylvania has been awarded a federal grant to help military veterans who want to enter the education field. The $275,000 grant will be funneled through the state’s Department of Education as part of the federal Troops for Teachers program.  Deputy state Education Secretary Noe Ortega told Radio PA News it is designed to give veterans…

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State’s REAL I-D’s Won’t Be Available Until 2019, But PennDOT Urges Preparation

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has officially announced what state officials had already been telling the media – that the state will not have federally-compliant REAL-ID driver’s licenses and identification cards available until the spring of 2019. But, PennDOT is urging state residents to begin their preparations in making sure the proper identifying documents…

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