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National Fuel Gas Supply Charge Drops; Typical Monthly Bill Should Drop By Nearly 4-And-A-Half Percent

In its quarterly adjustment to gas supply charges submitted to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission, National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation indicates the move will lower the typical monthly bill of a residential customer. The company says the adjustment, which became effective on Sunday, November 1, should decrease the monthly bill of a customer who uses…

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Pens Edge Buffalo 4-3; Zatkoff Makes 50 Saves In Season Debut

The Pittsburgh Penguins staved off a 5-on-3 advantage for Buffalo in the closing seconds to pull out a 4-3 home victory over the Sabres for their sixth win in their last seven games. Jeff Zatkoff, making his season debut in goal, recorded 50 saves. Pittsburgh’s Pascal Dupuis scored his first goal since last November, having…

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North Carolina Tops Pitt 26-19

North Carolina (7-1; 4-0 ACC) jumped to a 20-3 lead over Pitt on Thursday night, and held on for a 26-19 victory at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Marquise Williams threw for 270 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and ran for 52 yards as the Tar Heels set up a potential battle for first place…

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School Borrowing Now Totals $431 Million Because Of State Budget Stalemate

The state’s Auditor General says more schools have been forced to borrow money to stay open during the four-month state budget impasse, and that brings the total borrowed to date by twenty-seven of the 500 Pennsylvania school districts to $431 million. Interest on those loans could reach $14 million. Auditor General Eugene DePasquale says, if…

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62 Percent Of Pennsylvanians Surveyed Say The State Is On The Wrong Track

The latest political poll from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster shows more people are losing their faith in state government. Sixty-two percent of the Pennsylvania voters surveyed said the state is on the wrong track.  That is up from fifty-four percent in a similar poll conducted in August.  Thirty-nine percent said the biggest problems facing the…

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Halloween Can Be Dangerous Time For Pedestrians

PennDOT and other state officials are reminding us that Halloween is one of the top three days for injuries and fatalities to pedestrians. On an average day, according to 2013 statistics, fifteen percent of all fatalities involve a pedestrian.  On Halloween of that same year, the figure increased to thirty-one percent. Last year, of the…

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Daylight Saving Time Ends At 2:00 AM Sunday

To settle some debate and to answer one of this week’s biggest questions – Daylight Saving Time ends, and we return to Eastern Standard Time on Sunday (Nov. 1) at 2:00 AM. We will then turn the clocks back one hour.  And, by the way, it’s Daylight Saving Time – not Daylight Savings Time. The…

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Local Trick-Or-Treat Hours

Local Trick-Or-Treat Hours:   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31  –  6:00 PM until 8:00 PM Oil City Cornplanter Township Franklin Sandycreek Township Cranberry Township Sugarcreek Township President Township Oakland Township Irwin Township Emlenton Richland Township Farmington Township Pinegrove Township Washington Township Shippenville Knox Paint Township Clarion   SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31  –  6:00 PM until 7:30 PM Tionesta

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Teens Use B-B Gun And Dead Squirrel To Vandalize Reno Church

Two teenagers have been charged following a vandalism incident at a church in Reno. Sugarcreek Borough Police say two boys, ages 15 and 14, shot out some church security lightning with a B-B gun, and threw a dead squirrel through a church window. The teens have been charged with criminal mischief.

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Sheep Stolen From Northern Venango County Property

Police investigators are probing the disappearance of eight sheep from a property in northern Venango County. Investigators say the animals were removed from a location on Ridgeview Road in Plum Township sometime between Sunday afternoon and Thursday morning of this week. The sheep are owned by a Bradford man. The State Police at the Franklin…

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