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PennDOT’s Northwestern Pennsylvania Customer Survey Should Be Completed By Tuesday

PennDOT District 1, covering northwestern Pennsylvania, reminds drivers in this part of the state that their annual “customer survey” will remain available online through next Tuesday, January 3. The agency is looking for input from motorists in Venango, Crawford, Forest, Warren, Mercer and Erie Counties on PennDOT operations and procedures. The survey can be located…

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Hagelin Goal Lifts Penguins To NHL’s Best Record

The Pittsburgh Penguins grabbed the National Hockey League’s best record on Wednesday night with a 3-2 home victory over the Carolina Panthers. Carl Hagelin gave the Pens (24-8-5) the win with a tiebreaking goal with 4:15 remaining in the game.  Sidney Crosby and Chris Kunitz also scored for Pittsburgh. Marc-Andre Fleury (11-5-4), replaced starting goaltender…

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Pitt Beats Marshall 112-106 With Biggest Offensive Output Since 1993

Michael Young and Jamel Artis both scored 30 points on Wednesday, pacing Pitt (11-2) to its biggest offensive night in 23 years in a 112-106 home win over Marshall. Sheldon Jeter added 21 points and ten rebounds to the Panthers’ attack. Pitt last reached such a lofty point total in a win over Youngstown State…

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Pitt Finishes Pinstripe Bowl Without Conner And Peterman; Panthers Lose 31-24 To Northwestern

First they lost star running back James Conner to injury.  Then starting quarterback Nathan Peterman left the game with a possible concussion.  Finally, the Pitt Panthers (8-5) lost their postseason game, giving up a 31-24 decision to Northwestern in Wednesday’s Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium in New York. Justin Jackson rushed for 226 yards and three…

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PennDOT District 1 Looks Ahead To 2017

PennDOT’s District 1, covering the state transportation department’s northwestern district, is looking ahead to 2017. Some of the largest road and bridge projects that were bid out this year will begin in the new calendar year.  They will include the $23.7 million Hunter Station Bridge project on Route 62 in Forest County and $11 million…

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Clarion County Commissioners Pass $14.5 Million Budget

The Clarion County commissioners on Tuesday gave their final approval to a county budget for 2017 totaling more than $14 million. The spending plan contains no increase in property taxes. C-93 Radio reports the spending plan lists $14,526,914 in projected expenditures for next year. 2017 salaries for county employees were also set at Tuesday’s meeting.

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Pens Beat New Jersey Again, But Columbus Remains In First Place

Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin both scored for Pittsburgh on Tuesday night in the Penguins’ 5-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils in Newark. The win, on the heels of a 4-1 victory over the Devils in Pittsburgh in their last outing on Friday, keeps the Pens one point behind Columbus in the NHL Metropolitan Division.  The…

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Pirates Re-sign RHP Ivan Nova

The Pittsburgh Pirates have officially announced the re-signing of right-handed pitcher Ivan Nova, a move that had already been widely reported last week. Nova has agreed to a three-year contract, reportedly worth as much as $26 million. Nova was acquired in a deal with the New York Yankees at the midsummer trade deadline.  In 11…

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Vehicle Registration Stickers No Longer Required In Pennsylvania

Starting in the new year, the registration stickers we have always attached to our vehicles’ license plates in Pennsylvania will be a thing of the past. In a move that has been estimated to save some three million dollars a year, PennDOT will no longer require the stickers to be adhered to the plates.  Motorists will…

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Thaw Leads To Flooding Of Crawford County Roads

The rather rapid thawing of December snows brought on by a Christmas week warmup has closed at least two Crawford County roads because of flooding.  Rains have hastened the thawing and the subsequent flooding. PennDOT announced on Tuesday that Route 1011, known in some areas as Mystic Park Road has been closed from Troy Township to Steuben…

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