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Franklin Man Accused Of Repeatedly Prank Calling, Threatening 87 Year-Old Woman

A Franklin man was charged Tuesday in an investigation in which he is accused of repeatedly phoning prank calls to an 87 year-old woman, and at times threatening the victim. 33 year-old Michael Perry allegedly used a telephone “app” which can be programmed to play a variety of prerecorded messages, recording the calls as they…

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Fleury Earns 42nd Shutout As Pens Blank New Jersey 2-0

Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 25 shots and earned his 42nd career shutout Tuesday night as the Pittsburgh Penguins blanked the New Jersey Devils 2-0 at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh. Sidney Crosby and Phil Kessel scored the game’s only goals in the Penguins’ final game before the National Hockey League All-Star break.  Fleury (19-11-5) posted his…

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Governor Wolf Explains Why Travel Ban Was Not Issued For Last Weekend’s Storm

Last weekend’s snowstorm was a record-breaker for many communities in southern Pennsylvania, but no travel ban was put into place in this state. Governor Tom Wolf now says the reason for no such ban was because the effort would have diverted critical equipment from the main task of snow removal.  Radio PA News reports that,…

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Police Say Nine Pounds Of Raw Heroin Was Seized at A Mercer County Traffic Stop

State Police officials in Mercer County say they seized about nine pounds of what they believe to be raw heroin at a traffic stop on Interstate 80 on Tuesday morning. Two New York City men were arrested in the investigation. Police say Habys Meran and Juan Hernandez have been charged in the incident.  Troopers say…

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Man Sought On Colorado Warrants Arrested At Oil City Traffic Stop

Police officials in Oil City say they discovered that a man involved in a crash at about 2:00 AM Tuesday morning is wanted in Colorado. Charges in that state against 24 year-old Ryan Licht reportedly include flight to avoid apprehension, receiving stolen property and giving false information to law enforcement. Oil City Police say Licht was turned…

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91 Year-Old Seneca Man Injured In Route 8 Rollover

A Seneca man was injured Tuesday afternoon in a rollover incident on Route 8 in northern Venango County. State Police officials say 91 year-old Edward Marvin traveled off the highway near Kaneville Road in Oakland Township shortly after 2:00 PM Tuesday.  Marvin’s car hit an embankment, became airborne, struck the ground again, rolled over once and…

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Center Street Bridge Closing In Oil City Prompts Changes For Oil Heritage Festival; Details Wednesday Morning On Sam Gordon Show On 96.3 KQW

The upcoming closing of the Center Street Bridge in Oil City has prompted the Oil Heritage Festival committee to make changes in a number of traditional favorites in the city’s annual summer celebration. The bridge is to close again for rehabilitation work in late March, and will not be reopened until fall.  The 39th annual…

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National School Choice Week Being Observed This Week

Organizers claim more than 16,000 events are being held around the country this week to observe National School Choice Week. 742 of those events are being held here in Pennsylvania. National School Choice Week is meant to “celebrate the importance of choices” in education from kindergarten through grade twelve.  The observance began in 2011 with…

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Route 322 Reopens Near Cochranton

A section of Route 322 near Cochranton was to reopen Tuesday (Jan. 26) following an embankment slide which opened up a 250-foot stretch of the highway two days after Christmas. The road has been closed from Route 173 in Wayne Township to Townhall Road (Route 2005) in East Fairfield Township since an embankment became saturated…

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Governor, State Thank Workers Who Toiled During Weekend Snowstorm; Turnpike Commission Chairman Apologizes To Those Stuck On PA Turnpike

Governor Tom Wolf and PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards took time Monday to thank the many workers who were pressed into duty during the massive snowstorm this past weekend. They made stops at three PennDOT facilities to voice their approval for the job done and the hours put in during the storm.  Wolf said some 4,800…

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