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Commonwealth Court Dismisses 2015 Lawsuit Against Parent Company Of Golden Living Centers

A Pennsylvania court has dismissed a lawsuit filed two years ago by the state Attorney General’s office against the parent company of Golden Living Centers, which had operated several nursing home facilities in the Oil Region. The state’s suit had claimed that the centers operated by Golden Gate National Senior Care LLC had deceived consumers…

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Franklin’s Dakota Geer Named To NCAA Division I Wrestling All-Freshman Team

Franklin’s Dakota Geer, a true freshman at Edinboro University, has been named to TheOpenMat.com 2017 NCAA Division I Wrestling All-Freshman Team. Geer was the first-team selection at 184 pounds.  Thirty freshman from around the country were honored, including three wrestlers at each weight class. Geer finished his first collegiate year with a 31-10 record, leading…

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Governor Wolf Says Unemployment Compensation Centers Need Even More Funding

Governor Tom Wolf said he is happy the state Senate has voted to authorize funding for unemployment compensation centers for this year, but he added the money is not enough. In November, the Senate failed to vote on the funding authorization, and the Wolf administration response was to close three unemployment compensation call centers and…

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Open House Shows Off Titusville’s Rehabilitated Towne Square Building

The Titusville Redevelopment Authority held an open house on Thursday to show off the renovated Towne Square Building complex, completely rehabilitated following a devastating fire two years ago this month. The newest renovations to the complex before the March, 2015 fire had just been completed in 2012. The facility is now actually made up of…

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LIHEAP Application Deadline Extended By One Week

The Wolf Administration has announced a one-week extension for the deadline for applying for financial help through LIHEAP, the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. The new deadline is now Friday, April 7. LIHEAP offers assistance in the form of cash grants sent directly to utility companies and crisis grants for households in immediate danger of…

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Threat Charges Against Student From Tylersburg Are Dropped

Charges of terroristic threats and disorderly conduct against a Tylersburg man who is a high school student in Clarion County have been dropped. 18 year-old Donald Haywood, a senior at North Clarion High School, had been accused in early February of making threats to shoot up his school.  Police now say the charges were based on one…

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State Approves New Underground Injection Disposal Wells

State environmental regulations have approved a pair of new injection wells to take in wastewater for the oil and gas industry.  Some concern has already been raised because these types of wells have been linked to earthquake activity in other parts of the country. Scott Perry, who heads the oil and gas office at the…

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NCAA Women’s College Basketball Semifinal Schedule

NCAA Women’s College Basketball Semifinal Schedule:   Friday, March 31  (in Dallas):   Connecticut vs. Mississippi State Stanford vs. South Carolina

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Franklin Man Arrested In Alleged Break-In

A Franklin man has been charged in a series of incidents in which he is accused of breaking into a house in Polk to try to rekindle a fight that had occurred earlier in the day. Police say 26 year-old Joseph Fisher broke out a couple of windows in the 21 year-old Polk man’s home…

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Dog Law Enforcement To Hit Venango County In April

The Venango County treasurer’s office is reminding county residents that representatives of the state Agriculture Department’s Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement will be canvassing the area in April. The agents will be here to ensure that dogs are licensed, vaccinated and safe. State law requires that all dogs three months of age or older be licensed. …

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