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Man Charged With Threatening Lawyer in Franklin Due in Court Today

Man Charged With Threatening Lawyer in Franklin Due in Court Today

| December 8, 2021

VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – A Clarion man is facing a hearing on Wednesday afternoon on charges related to an incident where he reportedly threatened a lawyer at an office in Franklin.

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Kids & Uniformed Heroes Take Over Cranberry Walmart During 10th Annual ‘Shop With A Hero’ Event

Kids & Uniformed Heroes Take Over Cranberry Walmart During 10th Annual ‘Shop With A Hero’ Event

| December 7, 2021

VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – The emergency vehicles that gathered at the Cranberry Walmart store on Monday night marked a scene of celebration rather than an emergency.

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James Thankful for Incoming Redevelopment Funding in the 64th District

James Thankful for Incoming Redevelopment Funding in the 64th District

| December 7, 2021

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Rep. R. Lee James (Venango/Butler) announced on Monday that $1.675 million in state funding, from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP), will be distributed to Oil City to assist with projects aimed at revitalization.

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Teen Accused of Damaging Property, Resisting Arrest in Cornplanter Township

Teen Accused of Damaging Property, Resisting Arrest in Cornplanter Township

| December 7, 2021

CORNPLANTER TWP., Pa. (EYT) – Police say charges are pending against a teen accused of damaging property and resisting arrest at a location on South Park Avenue.

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Hearing for Oil City Man Facing Charges in Relation to Theft of Over $15K from Country Fair Set for Tomorrow

Hearing for Oil City Man Facing Charges in Relation to Theft of Over $15K from Country Fair Set for Tomorrow

| December 7, 2021

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) – An Oil City man is facing a hearing on Wednesday morning on felony charges for his role in stealing over $15,000.00 in money and merchandise from the Country Fair convenience store in Oil City.

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Thompson Calls on PennDOT to Drop Plan to Toll Canoe Creek Bridges

Thompson Calls on PennDOT to Drop Plan to Toll Canoe Creek Bridges

| December 7, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Representative Glenn “GT” Thompson submitted public comments to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) strongly opposing the proposed P3 Major Bridge Tolling plan on Canoe Creek Bridges in Clarion County.

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Gov. Wolf Visits the Tree of Life in Pittsburgh to Highlight $6.6 Million to Help Rebuild the Synagogue

Gov. Wolf Visits the Tree of Life in Pittsburgh to Highlight $6.6 Million to Help Rebuild the Synagogue

| December 7, 2021

PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Governor Tom Wolf visited the Tree of Life in Pittsburgh on Monday to announce $6.6 million in state funding to support the rebuilding and reimagining of the synagogue.

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Oil City Man Accused of Stalking, Threatening Woman

Oil City Man Accused of Stalking, Threatening Woman

| December 6, 2021

SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – An Oil City man is facing charges for stalking and threatening a woman.

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Vehicle Slams Into Guide Rail Along Halyday Run Road

Vehicle Slams Into Guide Rail Along Halyday Run Road

| December 6, 2021

SUGARCREEK BOROUGH, Pa. (EYT) – Police say a vehicle slammed into a guide rail along Halyday Run Road on Sunday evening.

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Franklin Residents Charged With Locking Children in Bedroom at Night Due in Court on Wednesday

Franklin Residents Charged With Locking Children in Bedroom at Night Due in Court on Wednesday

| December 6, 2021

VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – Hearings are set for Wednesday for two Franklin residents who had been allegedly locking two children inside a bedroom at night.

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