Venango County Week in Review: Oil City PNC to Close, Woman Allegedly Threatens Deputy, Medical Marijuana Dispensary Permits Denied

| December 23, 2018

A look at the top stories in Venango County last week.

PNC Oil City Closure Part of Branch Consolidation Effort

The slated March 2019 closure of PNC Bank’s Oil City branch is part of a larger consolidation effort, a bank corporate spokesperson said Monday. Read more

Shop With a Hero’ Program Makes Christmas Brighter for Underprivileged Children

Several agencies from throughout the area participated in the annual “Shop With a Hero” event held at the Cranberry Walmart last week. Read more

Oil City Woman Allegedly Threatens Venango Co. Deputy ‘I Will Find You and Kill You in Your Sleep’

An Oil City woman is accused of making terroristic threats to a Venango County deputy when he was transporting her to the Venango County Jail. Read more

Three Charges Dismissed in Borgia Case

Three of the charges filed against a Franklin man who allegedly sent threatening letters to several officials and others Venango County residents have been dismissed as the case moves forward. Read more

Permits Denied for Proposed Venango County Medical Marijuana Dispensaries

The Pennsylvania Department of Health issued 23 dispensary permits for Phase II of the medical marijuana program. Permits were denied for a dispensary in Clarion County and two dispensaries in Venango County. Read more

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