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Rain Thrice Delays First Round Of U.S. Open At Oakmont

Three different rain delays on Thursday  interrupted the first round of the 116th U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club near Pittsburgh. By mid-afternoon, it was decided that the initial round of play would be completed on Friday.  Only nine players finished round one. Golfers and fans alike will be pleased to hear that the forecasts for Friday,…

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Oil City Man Charged With Child Pornography After Being Accused Of Sharing Nude Images Involving A 17 Year-Old

An Oil City man has been charged with four counts including child pornography after he was accused of sharing images of portions of a nude 17 year-old girl’s body with his friends and on Facebook. The investigation involving 19 year-old Marquel Jenkins actually began at Oil City High School on May 23 when images said…

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Pirates Routed 11-2 By The Mets

Noah Syndergaard (7-2) threw eight innings of shutout baseball before fading in the ninth frame on Wednesday night, and the New York Mets routed the Pittsburgh Pirates 11-2. Syndergaard struck out 11 batters, and his teammates aided his cause by recording 19 hits off four Pirates pitchers.  Pittsburgh (33-32) finally tallied two runs in the…

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Titusville Man Charged With Armed Robbery In Friend’s Acquaintances’ Home

A Titusville man who was visiting a May Avenue couple along with a friend has been charged with armed robbery after he allegedly stole money and a phone from the couple at gunpoint. Titusville Police say the incident occurred after midnight Wednesday morning.  20 year-old Alex Marvin has also been charged in the incident with…

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Penguins’ Stanley Cup Championship Parade Draws More Than 400,000

A crowd estimated by some at over 400,000 – a number larger than the population of Pittsburgh proper – turned out in the Steel City on Wednesday morning to celebrate the Pittsburgh Penguins’ championship victory in the NHL Stanley Cup finals. The title was the fourth’s for the city’s professional hockey team, and the first since…

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Missing Harrisville Residents Located In Slippery Rock

A Harrisville man and his son reported missing since they left home for a Pittsburgh hospital on Monday night were located Wednesday near Slippery Rock. Police investigators have not released details surrounding the disappearance for nearly two days of 30 year-old Ronald Brain and his 10 year-old son Grant.  Family members reported the pair missing…

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Governor Wolf Is Sent Senator Hutchinson’s Bill Meant To Protect Convention Oil And Gas Drilling In The State

The state Senate on Wednesday approved and sent to Governor Tom Wolf a bill which its sponsor says will protect conventional oil and gas production in Pennsylvania. A Senate bill introduced by Senator Scott Hutchinson, from Oil City, to establish an advisory council for the development of Penn Grade crude oil, was amended in the…

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Venango Catholic High School Names Interim Operations Board

Venango Catholic High School in Oil City yesterday announced the formation of an interim board to work with the Catholic Diocese of Erie and school administration “to provide direction and oversight of the school’s operations.” A decision by the Diocese to close the school was reversed this spring, effective for at least one school year,…

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Details On The Rocky Grove Firemen’s Fair Announced

It’s nine days away, and we now know much of the information surrounding this year’s abbreviated version of the Rocky Grove Firemen’s Fair. Trimmed to three days this summer, the fair will be run on Friday, June 24 through Sunday, June 26.  The eight-dollar gate fee, first charged last year, has been eliminated.  Motorists will be…

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House Leaders Call On Senate To Pass Amended Pension Reform Bill

State House leaders were calling Wednesday on their counterparts in the Senate to pass, and for Governor Tom Wolf to sign, the amended public pension reform legislation approved in the House earlier this week. The Senate bill was amended and then passed on the House floor, and was handed back to the Senate.  It would…

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