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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 towed after colliding with bear in West Mead Township
Daniel J. Hughes, 31, of Oil City was driving north on Franklin Pike when his car collided with a bear that ran onto the road at 8:49 a.m., said Sgt. Rod Wise of West Mead Township Police Department.
Oil City man faces drug charges
A man faces drug charges after Oil City police were sent to the scene of an auto accident on East Bissell Avenue on July 21.Police said when they arrived on the scene at about 7:30 p.m., a white Cadillac was blocking both lanes of travel and officers then made contact with the driver, Stephen Fornof
Five guilty and four not guilty pleas at arraignments
¯ Jeremy L. Anderson, Sheffield, to theft by unlawful taking. Charges of receiving stolen property and persons not to possess, use, etc. firearms were not prosecuted. At a second docket, he pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and theft by unlawful taking. A count of receiving stolen p
19 year old Corry man pleads guilty to sexual contact with a minor
Jacob Almon Foster, 19, was charged in May by Pennsylvania State Police with allegations of sexual contact on multiple occasions with the juvenile. He entered the plea on Thursday in Warren County court.
New Market Selling Fresh, Local Goods to Open in Oil City
Ashley Cowles, a 2012 Cranberry High School graduate and a graduate of Kent State University, is working with Shaun and Marie Alcorn, owners of Karma Coffee Company and Yellow Dog Lantern, to open Core Goods, an entirely new kind of business for the area.
Accused killer complains, gets new lawyer
Krause, though, agreed it was probably best for him to be relieved of the case in light of Phillips' concerns, and Warren County Judge John Hall said he would do so. Hall said it would take about a week to complete the court-appointed assignment.
Bridges to close for festival
Veteran’s Memorial Bridge in Oil City will be closed to vehicles beginning at1 p.m.today through the evening for BridgeFest. Seneca Street will remain open up to the entrance of Veterans Memorial Bridge.A detour using Center Street and Petroleum Street and Jonathan Kephart Bridges is posted. Allow f
Erie theft suspect caught after police pursuit in and out of Meadville
The driver, Ryan Paul Winters, 37, of Erie, sped away and failed to stop with police in pursuit.
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
Oil City reviews legal options on alley
A scrapyard on Oil City's North Side has drawn the attention of City Council on two fronts.The R.K. Virgile Scrap Metals business at 3 Union St. has blockaded what neighbors describe as a key roadway for utility and emergency vehicles. It is Lewis Alley, a short, paved alley that leads from Union St
Hanging out with the grandkids at camp
Since my son, Fred, his wife, Presley, and their two children Kori, 16, and Zachary, 13, live in Phoenix, they don’t often travel to Pennsylvania.
Four people charged after Queensbury drug raid
A fourth person who was at the home, Tanice M. Sumner, 39, of Mountainview Lane, Queensbury, was charged with unlawful possession of marijuana, a non-criminal violation.
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.
Creator of OC100 race honored
Tom Jennings, the creator and organizer of the Oil Creek 100 Trail Runs, was recognized Wednesday, by the Council on Greenways & Trails, for bringing race participants to Crawford and Venango counties from all over the world.
Ten guilty pleas entered in court Monday afternoon
¯ Christopher L. Amadiak, Pittsfield, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol – first offense, driving on right side of roadway and driving on roadways laned for traffic. Charges of DUI: General impairment – incapable of safe driving – second offense and restriction on alcoholic beverages were not prosecute
Traffic stop leads to marijuana, drug charges
State Police at Jamestown charged Casey Clark, 38, with two counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, possessing a controlled substance in a non-original container, unlawful possession of marijuana and second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation.
Water line break on Meadville's South Street affects 200 MAWA customers
A break in a 12-inch water main line on South Street in Meadville is awaiting repair this morning, according to Bob Harrington, project manager of Meadville Area Water Authority.
FULL STORY: Water line break in Meadville disrupts some hospital services, 911 Center
A 12-inch water main line along South Street began to leak around 7 a.m. and the leak was isolated within about two hours, according to Bob Harrington, project manager of Meadville Area Water Authority.
Summer attendance has been hot at Two Mile Run
This summer has been a good season for Two Mile Run County Park, bringing in $5,000 on four separate weekends, with last weekend bringing in more than $6,000.At Tuesday night's Venango County Commissioners meeting, Park Director Rich Mihalic said that during a typical summer the park experiences onl