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Edinboro University Student From Venango County Charged In Double Shooting

A former Oil City man who is a student at Edinboro University was charged over the weekend in the shootings of two other students. The victims, males ages 19 and 24, were taken to an Erie hospital.  One was reportedly shot in the thigh and the other in the shoulder.  Their injuries were described as…

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Utica Man Faces Charges After Reported High-Speed Chase In Victory Township

A Utica man who State Police say led them on a high-speed chase through Victory Township early Sunday morning faces numerous charges. Troopers say they spotted 19 year-old Bradon Jolley driving at a high rate of speed in the wrong lane of travel on old Route 8 around 1:30 AM Sunday.  Jolley allegedly tried to outrun them…

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Oil City Man Charged In Alleged Assault Incident

An Oil City man was arrested Friday night after he allegedly threatened a juvenile with a knife. Initial police reports indicate the incident stemmed from a “hacky sack” game being played along Hoffman Avenue in Oil City sometime after 10:00 PM Friday. Police say David Wise was charged with simple assault, making terroristic threats, reckless…

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Two Oil City Men Charged In Separate Threat Incidents At Oakwood Road Residence

Two Oil City men have been charged in separate incidents which police say endangered a 45 year-old Cranberry Township woman at an Oakwood Road residence outside of Oil City. State Police officials say they charged 24 year-old Josie Harkless with making terroristic threats and endangering the welfare of another person in a Thursday afternoon incident,…

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Oil City Man Charged As Drunk And Disorderly At UPMC Northwest

State Police officials say an Oil City man faces charges of disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after a  series of incidents early Sunday morning at UPMC Northwest in Cranberry. Investigators say James Moore was taken by individuals described by troopers as “other intoxicated persons” to the hospital for the treatment of undisclosed injuries.  Police say Moore…

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Charges Against Franklin Heroin Sale Suspect Include Endangering The Welfare Of Children

Charges against a Franklin woman accused of selling heroin at an Oak Hill residence now include endangering the welfare of children because police say two young children were present at the time. Charges against 27 year-old Carmella Poch also include conspiracy, both the possession and sale of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and the…

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Cochranton Woman Named Venango County Humane Officer

A Cochranton woman who once served in the U.S. Army and National Guard and for 25 years as a Pittsburgh city police officer has become the new humane officer for Venango County. Regina Martin was sworn in last week, becoming the first county humane officer in about two years.  Her job will be to handle possible…

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State Grants Coming For Historical Societies In Crawford And Mercer Counties

The Historical Societies of Crawford and Mercer Counties are the latest to receive state grants through funding from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission’s Cultural and Historical Support Grant Program. The $4,000 grants will help provide general operating support. In announcing the grants, state Senator Michele Brooks said Friday the grant program delivers such support…

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State Senate Bill Would End Seniority-Based Teacher Layoffs

A state lawmaker from Lancaster County wants to end the practice of teacher layoffs based on seniority. Senator Ryan Aument says a seniority-based system in California has been ruled unconstitutional, and the practice is under scrutiny in two others states, but he added that Pennsylvania should not wait for its own court case before dealing…

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North Clarion Elementary Teacher Investigated After “Huffing” Allegations

State Police officials in Clarion County are investigating an incident in which a third-grade teacher has been accused by a half-dozen students of ingesting canned air from a computer duster can. The incident allegedly occurred in early December in a classroom at a North Clarion elementary school.  As of Thursday, the investigation was continuing as…

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