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Man in possession of firearm pursues patrol unit, police say
An Erie man is facing charges after he allegedly pursued and almost hit a police vehicle around 8:40 p.m. Wednesday on Pleasant Valley Road in Pleasantville.Franklin state police said they responded to a residence at 15720 Pleasant Valley Road for a report of man, later identified as Mark Crawford,
Car vandalized in Grove City
Police said the vehicle, which was shot with green paint, was parked on the Interstate 80 side, near the Mall Outlet sign.
Eye of the Tiger: Sharon seeks trip to Hershey
"Well it was long overdue," Head Coach Jim Wildman said. "You know, it is something that is a goal every year. And certainly, and hopefully and has been thus far, prove to be some motivation."Tiger players shared the same sentiments.
Woman wanted after accident involving children
According to a criminal complaint, Scott told police she was going north on South Jefferson Street in a maroon Ford Explorer. She told police that her daughter handed her a knife that she found in the back seat, and Scott veered and went off the road, went through the parking lot and hit a utility p
Woman, 83, recovering after being attacked by elk
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Police investigate theft in Emlenton
State police in Franklin responded to a theft at a home on Eighth Street in Emlenton on Tuesday.According to police, a 36-year-old woman fell asleep on her porch couch and woke up to find her medication missing.The woman said additional items missing were two knives with a Marine symbol on them, a b
Grove City College in Top 10 for CPA Testing - Business Journal Daily
GROVE CITY, Pa. –Grove City Collegeaccounting graduates achieved their highest ever ranking on the 2017 CPA Examination. With a pass rate nearly 30% above the national average, the college reports it is ranked ninth in the nation for medium-sized schools, according to the National Association of Sta
Hunters given a special shot at deer
Nick Cardamon, 18, of Hermitage practices with his bow and arrow in his grandfather’s back yard. Nick has applied for the Pymatuning Special Deer hunt at the Pymatuning Wildlife Management Area in Hartstown, but due to going to college for his first semester at Slippery Rock University for secondary
Brookhouser Bridge to close for repairs Sept. 4
The contractor, Clearwater Construction Inc. of Mercer, will work on an expedited schedule to complete the work by late October, according to PennDOT.
Fire destroys home, cars
A fire destroyed a home, garage and several cars at 500 Carnes School Road in Cranberry Township late Wednesday morning.No one was home at the time of the fire and no injuries were reported, according to Paul Marsh, chief of the Seneca Volunteer Fire Department.
Parker woman faces theft charge
State police in Clarion accused Tina Marie Dunkle, 37, of Parker, of retail theft in an incident that occurred on Monday at about 11 a.m. at Walmart in Monroe Township. Police said Dunkle was taken into custody before leaving the scene.
Bridge, paving projects continue
Bridge construction work on Route 208 in Pulaski Township will continue, weather permitting.Single-lane alternating traffic controlled by flaggers will occur on the bridge over Deer Creek between Valley View Road and Oak Ridge Road between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays through late September.A full clo
Mercer prison on lockdown to determine what's making employees sick
On Monday, six employees, including a jail physician, were taken to the hospital after they were exposed to what was initially suspected to be an opioid. An officer who was searching an inmate's belongingshad to be treated with the overdose-reversing drug,naloxone, after he was found unresponsive.
New Castle man arrested at pizza shop
Randy Fritz, 48, was charged by Neshannock Township police with criminal trespass, simple assault, resisting arrest, criminal mischief and disorderly conduct.
Butler Co. Prison fourth in our area this week to send officers to hospital
The warden told Channel 11 the officers were exposed to an unknown substance, possibly K2, possibly laced with something.
Man arrested, passed out outside Neshannock business
Neshannock Township police charged Jordan Eugene McMullen, 24, of 308 N. Cedar St, with prohibited possession of a firearm, possession of a concealed firearm without a license, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two counts of driving while under the infl
6 Butler jail employees exposed to substance causing dizziness, increased heart rates
The Butler County Prison is on lockdown after six employees encountered a substance that caused dizziness and elevated heart rates on Tuesday night.Three corrections officers searching a cell were first affected, Warden Joe DeMore told Channel 11.Two nurses and another corrections officer who arrive
No one hurt in I-80 crash
State police in Clarion said no one was injured in a crash on Interstate 80 in Richland Township on Monday morning.According to police, Frank R. Paden, of Brookville, was in the left lane and traveling east in a 2007 Chevrolet Malibu when he fell asleep and drifted off the north side of the highway
Shenango resident accused of striking hospital worker
New Castle police have charged Robert William Lombardo, 34, of 3723 Ellwood Road in connection with the incident that was reported around 6:10 p.m. Aug. 10.
Butler prison inmates, employees sickened by 'unknown substance'
Updated less than a minute agoThree Butler County Prison inmates and two nurses were hospitalized Tuesday evening after they came into contact with an “unknown substance,” officials said.County Commissioner Leslie A. Oshe said the five are at a hospital and are being decontaminated.Oshe said she rec