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Seneca Woman Charged With Child Endangerment Following Alleged Drug Overdose

A Seneca woman has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child after police say she was found unresponsive with a young child left without any supervision. State Police investigators are probing the incident as a drug overdose. Police say 28 year-old Ashleigh Reiser was discovered lying in her yard on Meadow Road in…

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Sugarcreek Truss Bridge To Close Again

The Sugarcreek Truss Bridge in Sugarcreek Borough will close again, as of next Monday (May 15) – but this time, only for two weeks. The bridge which spans Sugar Creek on Sugarcreek Drive was closed for much of last year while it was dismantled, taken elsewhere, and sandblasted and galvanized.  It was then reassembled in…

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Dodgers Down Pirates 4-3 In 10 Innings

A walk-off, pinch-hit double by Austin Barnes on Tuesday night gave the Los Angeles Dodgers a 4-2 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates at Dodger Stadium. The winning hit came against Pirates reliever Daniel Hudson (0-2).  It followed a leadoff single by Yasmani Grandal, and scored pinch-runner Ross Stripling. Los Angeles took a 2-0 lead on…

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Three Charged In February Heroin Overdose Death In Oil City

Three people have been arrested in the heroin overdose death of an Oil City man in February. Oil City Police have fingered one of the suspects, 31 year-old Mae Shirey from Oil City, as the alleged local leader of a drug delivery operation which has brought heroin, cocaine and crack cocaine from Detroit to Venango County.…

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Venango County To Buy Former Mellon Bank Building In Oil City

The Venango County Commissioners at their meeting Tuesday approved the purchase by the county of the former Mellon Bank building on Oil City’s North Side. With the use of funding from Pennsylvania’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program, the purchase involves the complex most recently known as Cornplanter Square at the intersection of Center and Seneca Streets in…

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Former Jail Warden Charged In Incidents Alleged To Have Involved A 17 Year-Old Boy

A former Crawford County jail warden was charged Tuesday in Venango County in an investigation into allegations that he had propositioned and exposed himself to a teenage boy in late 2013 and in 2014. 54 year-old Timmy Lewis, from Meadville, is accused of sending several communications to a boy who was then seventeen, requesting him to meet him…

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Knox Mayor And Oil City Native Frank Agnello Dies At Age 60

The mayor of Knox Borough, Frank Agnello, passed away on Monday while engaged in work outside his home. Agnello was 60. A native of Oil City and a graduate of Cranberry High School, Agnello had served as mayor for just over three years. A Navy veteran and longtime service representative regarding compression equipment for a…

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Caps Route Pens And Force Game Seven

The Washington Capitals were dominant in a 5-2 victory at Pittsburgh on Monday night, tying their Eastern Conference semifinal series at three games apiece and forcing a seventh game in Washington on Wednesday night. The Caps broke open a 2-0 game with three third-period goals while limited the Penguins to a season-low-tying 18 shots-on goal. …

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Dodgers Pop Pirates 12-1 In Los Angeles

The Pittsburgh Pirates (14-18) mustered only five hits Monday night in a 12-1 loss to the Dodgers in Los Angeles in the first game of a weeklong western trip. Meanwhile, spot starter Trevor Williams (1-2) gave up eight runs (6 earned) over only three innings of work, substituting for Jameson Taillon who was being treated…

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Long Ball, Errors Lead Brewers Past Pirates 6-2

Three solo home runs and a shaky Pittsburgh defense led the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-2 victory over the Pirates on Sunday at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, avoiding allowing the Bucs a three-game weekend sweep. Eric Thames, Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar all homered for the Brewers (16-16), and two other Milwaukee runs scored on…

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