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Officials reminded drivers of the higher risk for deer-related crashes in the fall and that insurance companies cannot add a surcharge to auto insurance premiums for such crashes.

The organ at Emmanuel Community Church was destroyed Saturday after it caught fire, though firefighters were able to contain the damage to the rest of the building.

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — Kenny Pickett threw for four touchdowns to break the Pittsburgh school record for scoring passes in a season, and the 20th-ranked Panthers beat Syracuse 31-14 on Saturday night.


PHILADELPHIA — Each week in Oregon, state health officials produce a public report documenting how many people have contracted the coronavirus even after getting the vaccine, including data about their ages, races, the counties where they live, which COVID-19 variants they caught, and how si…


Anyone looking to get an early Christmas gift at the soon-to-open Harbor Freight Tools at Park Avenue Plaza will likely have to make it a last-minute gift instead.

JAMESTOWN — Gateway Jamestown and the Boy Scouts of Jamestown are sponsoring Jamestown Community Christmas Tree Light-Up Night at 6 p.m. Dec. 2 for all school-age children, their families and all area residents.

PINE TOWNSHIP, Mercer County — The Federal Aviation Administration will arrive in Mercer County today to investigate a Wednesday night plane crash that left one person dead and sent another to a burn unit at a Pittsburgh hospital.

COCHRANTON — Hope and wishes are a big part of this time of the year. The dictionary defines hope as a wish, faith or trust. The last two years have been a trying experience to say the least. We all hope that the world will be able to right itself and life will get back to normal.

JAMESTOWN — Friends of the Manor, operators of the Historic Gibson House, 210 Liberty St., Jamestown, will hold Christmas holiday house tours starting Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m.

The Crawford County commissioners gave unanimous approval to two appointments to the Crawford County Fair Board at their voting meeting Wednesday, as well as approved a first reading of a change in the fair board's bylaws.


It's Thanksgiving in America, a time to gather with friends and family, enjoy some good food, and reflect on all the good things people have in their lives.

One Christmas classic that finds its way onto countless TV screens every year is the 1942 film "Holiday Inn," featuring iconic entertainer Bing Crosby; the greatest dancer in film history, Fred Astaire; and Marjorie Reynolds. The classic film is where the quintessential Christmas tune "White…

A 37-year-old man faces charges for allegedly leading state police on a Saturday evening chase that reached speeds up to 115 mph and went on for nearly 25 miles before ending at the intersection of French Creek Parkway and Mercer Street.

Meadville Family YMCA announced Tuesday that it would permanently close its swimming pool, citing "significant budget constraints" resulting from the economic downturn from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Crawford County Board of Elections expects to certify the results of the Nov. 2 election when the five-day public inspection period currently underway ends at noon on Wednesday, according to Commissioner Christopher Soff, who chairs the board.

COLUMBUS TOWNSHIP, Warren County — A Corry man was killed Saturday when a hunting companion “slipped or tripped” as the two men crossed a creek, resulting in an unintentional discharge of the companion’s rifle, according to a Pennsylvania Game Commission report on the incident.

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Jamie Plunkett isn't fond of fanfare and being the center of attention, but "Chief," as he is known, has endured quite a bit of attention during his 35-year reign as head coach of the Meadville Bulldogs hockey team.

SUMMIT TOWNSHIP — Summit Township Zoning Hearing Board has denied Keldon Holding Inc.'s request in part for zoning variances for a subdivision of a portion of Conneaut Lake Park property.

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