- Local News
The water main break undermined the part of Water Street on Wednesday morning.
Section of Water Street in Meadville to be closed until at least Thursday morning
An apparent break involving a 12-inch water main running under Water Street has resulted in the closure of Water between Terrace and North streets until at least Thursday.
- Water main break closes Meadville street
- County commissioners to act on no-tax-hike 2014 budget
- Friday's Light Up Night Meadville officially kicks off Christmas season
- Judge says county is 'without jurisdiction' in case of name left off ballot
- Section of Water Street in Meadville to be closed until at least Thursday morning
NHL: Crosby ties it in 3rd, wins it in OT for Pens
Sidney Crosby scored the tying goal in the third period and then won it with a brilliant individual effort 3:44 into overtime as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the New York Islanders 3-2 on Tuesday night.Continued ...
- COLLEGE FOOTBALL: No rest for Buckeyes, who face another must-win game
- LOCAL ATHLETES: Pair of locals lead Behrend in the pool
- Bryant’s overtime field goal lifts Falcons over Bills
- Browns lose to Jaguars on late score, 32-28
- NHL: Crosby ties it in 3rd, wins it in OT for Pens
- Obituaries (Archives)
- Our Health
Former Powerball winner dies penniless after burning through $27 million
David Lee Edwards, an out-of-work ex-con who won millions in a Powerball lottery 13 years ago, died penniless Saturday in a hospice care center here, a victim of hard and fast living that resulted from his sudden riches.
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- Tips to help avoid turkey fryer tragedy
- Expert warns: Don’t overlook safe turkey-handling practices for a happy holiday
- How to survive cooking for a large group at Thanksgiving
- Former Powerball winner dies penniless after burning through $27 million
Outside the Box: Start each day with a thank you, especially this time of year
A student came to my office to discuss his assignment for our beat reporting class. Allegheny College President Jim Mullen had spoken at a recent meeting, asking students for their help. The student journalist’s story had first-person references and comments — too personal for a news story.
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- Outside the Box: As a student, make sure the ‘A’ you focus on stands for accountability
- Outside the Box: Start each day with a thank you, especially this time of year