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Titusville Couple Arraigned On Drug Charges; Police Say Syringes Were Found In Children’s Cereal Boxes

A Titusville couple was arrested Thursday in an investigation into the alleged sales of heroin from their home in a case in which investigators say they found syringes – one loaded with what they think is heroin – inside children’s cereal boxes. 34 year-old Justin Stokes and 30 year-old Sheena Delp were apprehended following a raid at their…

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It’s Franklin On Ice Time

The Franklin Fine Arts Council’s 21st “Franklin On Ice” weekend is here. Activities are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, February 3 and 4.  Visitors have traditionally returned on the Sunday of “Franklin On Ice” weekend to enjoy the finished results. Friday’s activities are to include a nature art reception, a bake sale, “indoor sidewalk sales,”…

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North Clarion Student Arrested After Alleged Shooting Threats

A student at North Clarion High School was arrested on Wednesday night after he allegedly was heard telling another student he was planning to “shoot up” the school. 18 year-old Donald Haywood, from Tylersburg, reportedly a senior at North Clarion was charged with making terroristic threats and with disorderly conduct.  Following his arraignment in Clarion,…

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Penn State Loses Triple OT Game At Indiana

The Penn State Nittany Lions put five people, including two substitutes, into double figures on Wednesday night, but they lost a 110-102, triple-overtime decision to the Indiana Hoosiers at Bloomington, Indiana. Thomas Bryant paced the Hoosiers (15-8; 5-5 Big Ten) with 31 points, and former Pitt star Josh Newkirk added a career-high 27 points.  Robert…

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Punxsutawney Phil Predicts Six More Weeks Of Winter

Pennsylvania’s most-famous groundhog made his annual February 2nd weather prediction this morning (2/2). Punxsutawney Phil proclaimed that, since he had seen his shadow upon his emergence from his den, six more weeks of winter can be expected. The proclamation was made at about 7:20 AM at Gobblers’ Knob in Punxsutawney before a crowd of thousands…

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Local Teen Threatened In Cranberry Discount Store

State Police are looking for a man they say accosted a local teenager at a discount chain store in Cranberry last weekend. Investigators say the man accused the seventeen year-old of following him, pulled a knife on the teen and threatened him further.  The teenager was not harmed in the incident that occurred shortly before 3:00 PM…

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Powerball Lottery Jackpot Climbs To $229 Million

The estimated annuity value for the Powerball Lottery jackpot now stands at $229 million. That is because no one matched all of the numbers needed to claim Wednesday night’s $206 million prize.  The one-time cash value of Saturday’s jackpot is currently estimated at $138.3 million.  The next Powerball Lottery drawing will be Saturday night. One…

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Emergency Response Drill Set For Franklin High School On Thursday

A collaborative effort to test local response has produced an emergency drill which will be held at Franklin High School this Thursday afternoon, February 2. Local law enforcement and safety officials and other first-responders will simulate a response to an “active shooter” situation.  Local residents are advised that they will observe numerous emergency response vehicles and…

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Leeper Man Charged In Tionesta Arson Case; Wife Accused Of Stealing From Family’s Construction Company

A Leeper man has been charged with arson and other counts in a fire which caused extensive damage to a home he owned in Tionesta. His wife, meanwhile, has been charged with stealing more than $169,000 from the family’s construction business in Tionesta. Investigators are reportedly treating the alleged crimes as unrelated incidents. Both 51 year-old…

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Clarion Borough Parking Meter Reader Accused Of Taking Meter Money

A Clarion Borough parking meter reader is accused of taking more than $1,400 in meter money over a period of about five weeks. 51 year-old Janice Gabler has been charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Police reports indicate an investigation revealed that Gabler had been cashing in large amounts of coins…

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