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Seven Injured In Series Of Collisions In Fog Near Clintonville

State Police officials were spending the first half of this week piecing together the parts of a puzzle created by a series of collisions that occurred Saturday morning in dense fog on a road near Clintonville. Seven people were injured, at least five of them required hospital treatment, and one – possibly two – were…

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Fire Marshal Investigates Monday Lumber Yard Fire

Officials say no one was injured in the fire that swept through one building of a lumber yard in northern Clarion County late Monday. Five fire companies responded to the scene around 4:30 PM.  Some responders remained until about midnight. Fire officials say the blaze broke out in a kiln dryer building, a structure used…

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Two Hurt In Two-Vehicle Crash On Route 8

Two women were hurt in a two-car collision that occurred Monday afternoon on Route 8 in Sugarcreek Borough between Franklin and Oil City. Police say a northbound vehicle bounced off a guardrail, crossed the center line of the highway and struck an oncoming car head-on. Traffic was delayed for more than an hour while the…

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U.S. Supreme Court Nixes Chance To Review Appeal Of Pizza Bomber Convicition

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused without comment to hear the latest appeal of Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong concerning her conviction in the so-called “pizza bomber” murder case. The 62 year-old Diehl-Armstrong had asked for a review of the ruling by the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals upholding her conviction and sentence in the August,…

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Representative James Named To Four State House Committees

Freshman state Representative Lee James, from Oil City and the 64th Legislative District, has been assigned to serve on four state House committees. Among the assignments is a seat on the House Finance Committee, which vets legislation dealing with taxes and revenue. James also will sit on the Veterans Affairs and Preparedness Committee, the Local…

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Sunday Night Power Outage Due To Oil Creek Township Crash

A power outage that affected residents of Titusville, Hydetown and Oil Creek Township on Sunday evening has been blamed on a traffic accident on Route 8 just north of Titusville. Police say a car operated by 84 year-old Robert Shaderline, from Oil City, left the road around 5:45 PM, breaking a utility pole in two…

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Driver In Weekend Chase Identified – Hospitalized In Erie

The State Police say a young Franklin-area man was seriously injured and will face charges after a police pursuit that ended with the stolen pickup the man was driving striking a building at Franklin’s busiest intersection. Today troopers identified the driver of the truck as 18 year-old Colin Agin. Police say Agin is being treated…

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No One Hurt In Car-Ambulance Collision

Police say there were no injuries Sunday afternoon when a car driven by a teenager from Franklin slammed into the rear of a second vehicle which was slowing because of the approach of an ambulance. Accident investigators say the ambulance was not involved in the crash. State Police troopers did not release the name of the…

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New Oil City Manager Begins Job

Today marks the date that Oil City’s new city manager is to begin his duties. Eric Strahl was hired in November.  He replaces Ryan Eggleston, who resigned last year and has taken the job as city manager in South Fayette in Allegheny County. Strahl most recently has served as interim clerk and treasurer in Menominee,…

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Carlton Man’s Death Ruled A Homicide

The Mercer County coroner’s office has ruled the shooting death of a Carlton man last month a homicide. The announcement was made Friday following the disclosure of the results of an autopsy conducted in Erie. The body of 58 year-old David Dignall was found on the afternoon of December 20 outside a partially-burned minivan along…

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