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State’s Township Supervisors Show Opposition To Governor’s Gas Drilling Severance Tax Plan

A group representing many local governments in Pennsylvania has come out against Governor Tom Wolf’s proposal to replace the impact fee on Marcellus shale natural gas wells. The opposition comes from the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors.  Association spokesperson Elam Herr told Radio PA News this week the impact fees for 2014 totaled $225 million…

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Senate Committee Approves Collective Bargaining Transparency Bill

A bill approved by the Senate State Government Committee is aimed at involving the public in the process of negotiating a contract with public employees unions. The measure would amend the state’s Sunshine Law to require public notice and the access to any meeting where a teacher’s union or other public sector union is negotiating…

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Polanco Leads Pirates To 5-4 Win, Four-Game Split With Cubs

Gregory Polanco went 3-for-4 with a pair of RBI’s, including the game-winner on Thursday afternoon, leading the Pittsburgh Pirates to a come-from-behind 5-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs in the final game of a ten-game homestand at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Polanco singled home Josh Harrison with the go-ahead run in the bottom of the…

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Young Hunters Can Take Advantage Of Early Season Opportunities For Spring Turkey Season

Although Pennsylvania’s full spring gobbler hunting season is still another week away, young hunters will have an early-season opportunity for their turkeys, beginning Saturday (April 25). Hunters age sixteen and younger, identified as junior hunters and mentored youth, may start Saturday morning, if they are accompanied by adults as required by state law.  The youth spring…

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Penguins Lose In OT; Face Possible Elimination On Friday

A game-winning goal by Kevin Hayes at the 3:14 mark of overtime on Wednesday night lifted the New York Rangers to a 2-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins at Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, and to a 3-games-to-1 lead in their best-of-seven opening-round Stanley Cup playoff series. The Rangers need only one more victory in…

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Polanco Homers And Doubles, And Watson Earns Two-Inning Save In Pirates’ 4-3 Win Over The Cubs

Gregory Polanco slammed his first home run of the season, and Tony Watson worked two innings of relief for his first save as the Pittsburgh Pirates held off the Chicago Cubs on Wednesday night in a 4-3 game played at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Polanco also doubled, while Francisco Cervelli contributed an RBI two-base hit,…

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Blair Call Center In Sugarcreek Borough To Close In June

Orchard Brands announced on Wednesday that their Blair Call Center in Sugarcreek Borough will be closed, and its remaining 160 or so jobs will be transferred to their centers in Warren and Erie. At one time, the local center had employed at least 350 people. Orchard Brands vice president Jonathan Harvey set June 26 as…

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NHL/NBA Playoff Results – Wednesday, April 22

NHL Playoff Results  –  Wednesday, April 22  (best-of-seven opening round series):   NY Rangers 2, Pittsburgh 1  (OT)  (Rangers lead series 3-games-to-1) Anaheim 5, Winnipeg  2  (Ducks win series 4-0) Ottawa 1, Montreal 0  (Canadiens lead 3-1) St. Louis 6, Minnesota 1  (series tied 2-2)     NBA Playoff Results  –  Wednesday, April 22  (best-of-seven…

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Penguins’ First Round Stanley Cup Playoff Schedule

Pittsburgh Penguins’ First Round Stanley Cup Hockey Playoff Schedule  (best-of-seven series)  vs. New York Rangers:   Game 1  –  Rangers 2, Penguins 1 Game 2  –  Penguins 4, Rangers 3 Game 3  –  Rangers 2, Penguins 1 Game 4  –  Rangers 2, Penguins 1  (OT) Game 5  –  Friday, April 24 in New York  – …

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Oil City Man Charged For Allegedly Trying To Kick Out The Window Of A State Police Cruiser

An Oil City man has been charged with disorderly conduct for a series of incidents last Friday evening in which State Police officials claim he tried on four occasions to kick out a rear window in a police cruiser. Troopers say 46 year-old Robert Benson was being transported to the Venango County Jail when the…

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