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Bodies Of Two Men Found In Wreckage Of Plane Near Linesville Identified

Autopsies are to be conducted Tuesday or Wednesday on the bodies of two men found in the wreckage of a small plane near Linesville on Monday night. The victims have been identified as the pilot, 59 year-old Timothy Williams from Burghill, Ohio, and his passenger, 33 year-old Nathan Koontz, from Linesville. The men were pronounced…

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Clarion Woman Among The Fatalities In Three-Vehicle Crash Near Butler

A Clarion woman and a Butler man were both killed Monday afternoon in a three-vehicle crash near Butler. State Police officials from the Butler station identified the victims as 52 year-old Mary Lou Berry and 40 year-old Ron Tokarchik. Crash investigators say an S-U-V driven by Tokarchik was traveling west on Route 422 shortly after…

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State Senate Approves State Budget; Future Of Plan Is Uncertain

The state Senate on Monday approved by a 43-to-7 vote a new state budget.  The future of the spending plan, though, is uncertain. The House of Representatives still must concur, and the legislature must still approve the needed funding. Radio PA News reports that Monday’s debate was brief, and all of the Senate members who…

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Franklin City Council Gives Final Approval To Budget With One-Mill Real Estate Tax Hike

The 2016 budget given final approval by Franklin City Council on Monday night contains a one-mill increase in real estate taxes. The $5 million spending plan is actually a little under $40,000 lower than the budget for the present year. The tax hike will result in property owners paying an extra ten dollars per year…

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State Senate Approves Pension Overhaul Bill

A major overhaul of the state pension system has won approval in the state Senate. Radio PA News reports the bill passed the chamber on Monday by a 38-to-12 vote. The changes would mainly affect future teachers and state employees, placing their pensions in a combined plan of defined benefits and defined contributions. Supporters say…

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Former Franklin Man Charged For Allegedly Providing Cocaine For Sales By Cranberry Township Woman

A former Franklin man, now living in Pittsburgh, has been charged in an investigation in which he is accused of providing the cocaine which police say was being sold by a Cranberry Township woman. 30 year-old Michael Wade was charged in connection with an undercover investigation which targeted the alleged sales of the drug by…

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Tuesday Is Work Day On Spring Street In Oil City

Crews will be working on a paving job on Sycamore Street in Oil City on Tuesday (Dec. 8).  The job will result in workers restricting travel on adjoining Spring Street to one lane throughout much of the day. The intersection of Spring and Sycamore Streets has been closed for about three weeks since a water…

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NFL Results – 2015 Week Thirteen

NFL Results  –  Week 13   Thursday, December 3 Green Bay 27, Detroit 23   Sunday, December 6 Pittsburgh 45, Indianapolis 10 Cincinnati 37, Cleveland 3 Miami 15, Baltimore 13 Buffalo 30, Houston 21 Philadelphia 35, New England 28 Kansas City 34, Oakland 20 Denver 17, San Diego 3 Carolina 41, New Orleans 38 Seattle…

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Governor Wolf Signs Law Changes Affecting Commercial Drivers

In moving toward meeting federal guidelines and with an eye on improving the safe operation of commercial vehicles, numerous changes to the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code regarding commercial driver’s licenses (CDL’s) will go into effect on December 21. The changes are mandated by Act 49, signed into law by Governor Wolf in October.  PennDOT Secretary Leslie Richards…

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State Senate Adjourns After Sunday Night Session Without A Vote On A Budget

Following a rare Sunday night session, the state Senate adjourned without voting on a new budget. Radio PA News reports that Senators spent most of the four-hour session behind closed doors, returning only long enough to adjourn until 11:00 AM Monday morning.  The combined open portions of the sessions lasted only eleven minutes. Pennsylvania is…

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