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Oil City Woman Formally Arraigned On Case Involving Alleged Personal Use Of Former Employer’s Money

An Oil City woman accused of using more than $130,000 of her former employer’s money to pay off two large personal credit card debts was formally arraigned on Wednesday. 46 year-old Ronda Duncan stands charged with theft by failure to make the required disposition of funds, theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. Duncan…

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Beaver County Woman Jailed In Franklin On Car Theft, Fraud Charges

A Beaver County woman who was wanted for allegedly stealing a car in Venango County was transported Wednesday to Oil City where officials were also waiting to press charges against her in a bank fraud case. 39 year-old Brandi Melden, from Freedom, was arrested at a traffic stop in Beaver County on Tuesday and was transported to…

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Ohio Preacher Charged In Titusville For Allegedly Cutting Power To Local Church Parsonage

A Conneaut, Ohio man was charged in Titusville on Tuesday after he allegedly cut the power to a church parsonage in Troy Township by removing the electric meter to the home. 66 year-old Rudolph Babcock reportedly claims to be the pastor of the church and has been trying to remove from the parsonage the original…

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Taste Of Franklin Weekend Is Upon Us

Believe it or not, we are approaching the first weekend of August, and that means that “Taste of Franklin” weekend is upon us. Although most of the food-related activity is scheduled for Sunday, Franklin’s Old-Fashioned Bargain Days will run from Friday through Sunday, and the weekend will include the “Taste of Talent” vocal competition semifinals…

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Oil City’s First Art Mart Is Scheduled For Saturday

Oil City will unveil a new one-day festival this Saturday, August 1. Art Mart will feature music and at least 14 vendor tables featuring not only craft items and food, but arts items, as well.  Bartering is encouraged. The event is scheduled for 1:00 PM until 7:00 PM in Pipeline Alley on Seneca Street on Oil…

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DCNR Updates State Forest Shale Gas Monitoring Report

The state’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has released the latest numbers on shale gas drilling in Pennsylvania’s state forests. Members of the Natural Gas Advisory Committee met last week to take up the topic of new development in the drilling industry, and the DCNR’s Terry Brady told Radio PA News it is a…

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State Lawmaker Wants Governor To Arm National Guard Recruiters

A state lawmaker is calling for the Governor to allow National Guard recruiters to carry firearms. State Representative Stephen Barrar told Radio PA News the recent deadly attack in Chattanooga, Tennessee made it obvious that military members should be given the ability to protect themselves from extremists. Barrar says he has sent a letter to…

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Well-Known Oil City Political Figure Dies Following Collision Between Car And Tractor-Trailer In Titusville

A well-known Oil City political figure has died following a collision on Monday afternoon between his car and a tractor-trailer in Titusville. 74 year-old Charles Breene was pronounced dead at an Erie hospital several hours following the crash that occurred just before 2:00 PM Monday on Route 27 near Titusville Middle School. State Police at the Corry station say…

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Rouseville Man Jailed On Assault Charge In Domestic Dispute

A Rouseville man was jailed Monday on a simple assault charge after he allegedly physically assaulted a woman in what police are calling a domestic dispute. Police gave no details, but said the incident occurred shortly after 11:00 AM Monday at a location on Hiland Avenue in Rouseville.  The alleged victim was identified as a 65…

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Police Look For Details On Stolen, Burned Vehicle

Police officials in Venango County and in Titusville are looking for details into the theft and arson fire of a car torched in Rockland Township over the weekend. The State Police tell KQW that  the blue 2014 Dodge Challenger was stolen in Titusville late Saturday night or early Sunday morning.  The car was driven to…

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