vcp550 220-802 70-466 70-417 70-243 1z0-060 70-487 m70-301 1z0-599 400-051
Friends link: 350-050 400-051 350-021 ccnp-voice mcdba app-dsk-100 e20-814 m70-301

Blog Archives

New Oil City Manager Sworn In

Oil City’s new city manager, Eric Strahl, was officially sworn in to his post on Wednesday. Strahl technically began his duties on Monday, replacing Ryan Eggleston, who resigned last year to take a similar position in South Fayette in Allegheny County. Strahl has held equivalent jobs in five other states.

Read more »

No Serious Injuries In Bus-Flatbed Crash On Interstate 90

Reports from Erie County indicate that there were no serious injuries Thursday morning when a Greyhound bus rear-ended a flatbed truck. Rumors about numerous injuries had surfaced after the bus driver needed to be extricated from his seat, and several passengers who were removed from the side of the bus were initially placed on stretchers. …

Read more »

Oil City Man Convicted Of Cruelty In Trapped Cat Case

A Venango County Court jury this week convicted an Oil City man of cruelty to animals in the case from last April in which a cat was discovered in a cage that was submerged in water. 61 year-old David Krawiec will be sentenced at a later date. The cat, which has since been nursed to…

Read more »

No Charges In Shooting Death Of Mercer County Boy

The Mercer County District Attorney’s office says no charges will be filed in the shooting death of a seven year-old Fredonia-area boy in early December. Authorities say young Craig Wolfe-Loughery died when he was struck by a shot from a handgun that accidentally discharged while his father was getting into his car.  The boy was…

Read more »

Record Attendance Reported At Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show

State agricultutre officials say some 550,000 people attended the 97th annual Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg last week. Unseasonably warm weather was one of the main factors in the larger crowds. Pennsylvania Agriculture Secretary George Greig, from Linesville, said the expo, already known as the largest indoor agricultural exhibit in the country, boasted the “best…

Read more »

Oil City School Bus Crashes – No Injuries

There were no students aboard an Oil City school bus which slammed into a utility pole Wednesday morning. Safety officials say the driver was not hurt. The incident occurred around 8:15 AM on East Bissell Avenue near the intersection with Bishop Street. An official accident report is not yet available.

Read more »

Storm Hits State – Oil Region Spared Much Of The Problem

Although this part of the Oil Region received a fraction of an inch of snow Tuesday night, we were spared many of the problems of the latest winter surge which moved through Pennsylvania. Several inches of snow were recorded in the Harrisburg area, and sleet and freezing rain were experienced in many places. Numerous school…

Read more »

Tractor-Trailer Fire Closes Westbound Lanes Of Interstate 80

A stretch of Interstate 80 westbound was closed for the first half of Wednesday morning after a tractor-trailer caught fire between the New Bethlehem and Strattanville exits. Traffic was detoured onto Route 322.  There was no immediate word as to whether the driver of the rig was injured. As of mid-morning, all lanes of traffic…

Read more »

Body Of Missing Brookville Woman Found Near Fisher

The body of a young Brookville woman reported missing over the weekend was found Tuesday morning near Fisher in Clarion County. State police say the woman has been identified as 19 year-old Devan Knapp, whose body was found just before daybreak Tuesday in her newly-purchased car parked on Summerville Drive in Millcreek Township. The investigation…

Read more »

New York State Man Injured In Route 322 Crash

Police say a New York state man was hospitalized early today after a one-vehicle crash on Route 322 in Cranberry Township. State Police troopers tell KQW that 32 year-old Jeffrey Crittenden, from Wellsville, was headed west on Route 322, near Whipperwill Road, at about 1:45 AM when his pickup ran off the highway, traveled into…

Read more »

Venango Weather