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DEA Drug Take-Back Day Scheduled For Saturday

State Police stations in Venango and Crawford Counties will take part on Saturday, September 12 as hosts sites for the Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The Franklin PSP station in Cranberry Township and the State Police station in Meadville will serve as sites for the collection of potentially dangerous prescription medications that…

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Fall Legislative Sessions To Begin In Harrisburg Monday

The state House of Representatives is due back in session on Monday, and the Senate is slated to return the following week. The lawmakers will return to Harrisburg for the fall session with the state budget impasse still unresolved.  The budget was due July 1, but a spending plan remains in limbo as Republican leaders…

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Indiana Man Charged In Milk Tanker Crash Which Damaged 26 Vehicles At Hermitage Car Dealership

Police say a truck driver from the state of Indiana will be charged in the out-of-control crash of his milk tanker which resulted in damage to twenty-six vehicles at a car dealership in Hermitage in Mercer County on Sunday afternoon. Accident investigators say 58 year-old Thomas Young told them he choked on the soda pop…

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Pirates Win 7-3 In Cincinnati; Bucs Now Trail St. Louis By Only 4-And-A-Half Games

Andrew McCutchen and Jung Ho Kang both homered, and starting pitcher Francisco Liriano pitched six scoreless innings for his tenth win of the season as the Pittsburgh Pirates defeated the Reds 7-3 on Tuesday night at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati. Despite winning for only the third time in the last nine games, the Pirates…

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Woman Seriously Injured In Oil City Rollover

A woman whose identity police have not released was seriously injured late Tuesday afternoon when her car flipped over on Route 8 near the Electralloy complex in Oil City. The incident involving an S-U-V occurred shortly after 4:30 PM Tuesday.  Oil City Police officials say the S-U-V was headed north on Route 8 when it…

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Nine Die In Labor Day Crashes Investigated By Pennsylvania State Police

Nine people died and 230 others were injured in Labor Day weekend crashes investigated by the Pennsylvania State Police. Troopers investigated 664 traffic accidents over the four-day holiday travel period from midnight Friday through midnight Monday.  The PSP says sixty-three of the crashes, including two of the fatal incidents, were alcohol-related. The State Police arrested…

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Game Suspended Until Sunday; Oil City Then Wins 34-15 At Corry

After a suspension of their season-opening game at Corry due to lightning in the final minute of the first half on Friday night, and being forced to wait until Sunday afternoon to complete the contest, the Oil City Oilers were still able to post a 34-15 victory, beating the Beavers on the season’s opening weekend…

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Franklin Concludes Suspended Opener With 38-19 Win At Titusville

After having their 2015 season opener suspended by lightning with Franklin leading 21-0 at Titusville on Friday night, the Knights and the home team Rockets resumed their contest at Carter Field on Saturday morning.  Franklin expanded their advantage t0 38-0 and the Knights coasted to a 38-19 victory. FHS quarterback Porter Rembold threw a pair of touchdown passes…

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Clarion High’s Jon Kemmer Wins Texas League Batting Title

Former Clarion High School star Jon Kemmer has won the season batting title in the “AA” Texas League. Kemmer, who plays right field for the Corpus Christi Hooks, finished the regular season with a .327 batting average, 18 home runs and 65 RBI’s. Corpus Christi, an affiliate of the Houston Astros, will begin postseason play…

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James Conner To Miss Season After Knee Injury Sustained In First Quarter Of Pitt’s Season Opener

Running back James Conner, last year’s ACC Player-of-the-Year, will be lost for the season following a knee injury he suffered in the first quarter of Pitt’s season-opener, a 45-37 win over Youngstown State on Saturday at Heinz Field. Doctors say Conner tore the MCL in his right knee, and will undergo surgery. Second-string running back…

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