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Two VisionQuest Residents Tabbed As Suspects In Franklin Tobacco Shop Burglary

Franklin City Police have identified two VisionQuest residents as the suspects in a January 9 burglary at a tobacco shop in downtown Franklin. Police officials say 18 year-old Daniel Alvarado and 18 year-old Jeremiah Bonett have been charged with burglary and other counts in a early morning break-in on Liberty Street.  Investigators say they identified…

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State Senate Votes To Delay Keystone Exams Requirement

Legislation now headed to the Governor’s desk would delay the implementation of the Keystone Exams as a requirement for graduation from high school. The state Senate voted unanimously to delay for two years the requirement that a student must first pass the Keystone Exams before he or she could earn a high school diploma.  The…

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Bills To Shrink Pennsylvania Legislature Pass Committee

The Senate State Government Committee has placed its stamp of approval on a pair of Constitutional amendments that would shrink the size of the state legislature. A Senate bill to cut the number of state Senators from 50 to 45 and the House of Representatives from 203 to 153 passed the committee by a 9-to-2…

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Plan Unveiled To Overhaul Pennsylvania’s Legislative Redistricting Process

A state lawmaker wants to change the process for redrawing legislative boundaries in Pennsylvania. House and Senate districts are redrawn every ten years following the U.S. Census, and the process is based on the state’s population and the shifts in such.  Normally, the boundaries are determined by the party in power in Harrisburg.  State Senator…

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State Senator Wants Law Requiring The Reporting Of Lost And Stolen Guns

A call is being made by one state Senator to require the reporting of lost and stolen guns to law enforcement officials. State Senator Larry Farnese, from Philadelphia, says access to illegal guns in his area of Pennsylvania is widespread, as it is in all of the state.  Farnese says Pennsylvania residents are not currently required…

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PUC Survey Enforces Need For Heating Assistance In Pennsylvania

The results of an annual survey taken by the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission underline the need for energy assistance programs in the state. The survey shows there are more than one million electric and natural gas customers in Pennsylvania who are confirmed to be low-income, and that at least 24,000 households began this winter without…

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Trauma Society Urges Caution While Shoveling Snow

Many residents of Pennsylvania may find themselves shoveling a lot of fresh “white stuff” this weekend, and the folks at the Pennsylvania Division of the American Trauma Society have some advice for those who will attempt this labor. Through Radio PA News, the society is urging shovelers to take their time.  Don’t try to do…

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State Prison Population Drops By 842 In 2015

The Wolf administration announced Tuesday that the inmate population in Pennsylvania’s state prisons dropped by 842 people last year. Radio PA News reports that marks the largest decline in forty years. The Governor says the reduction is the result of fewer people coming into the system, fewer returning, and what he called smart and fair parole…

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Titusville City Council Sworn In; Esther Smith Repeats As Mayor

Following the swearing-in ceremonies for Titusville City Council members on Tuesday night, the board voted to retain Esther Smith as city mayor. Smith and another incumbent, Bill Adelman, took their oaths of office along with new council member Heather Leonardi.  Adelman was selected deputy mayor. Smith, Adelman and Leonardi were all elected or reelected to…

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Cold Shooting Hurts Pitt In 78-61 Home Loss To NC State

The Pitt Panthers made only 22-of-60 shots from the floor (36%) on Tuesday night in a 78-61 home loss to North Carolina State. Pitt was only 5-for-17 (29%) from three-point range as they fell to 15-3 (4-2 in the Atlantic Coast Conference). Anthony Barber paced the Wolfpack (11-8; 1-5) with 31 points, Abdul-Malik Abu added…

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