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Police Release Details of Motorcycle Crash That Left Harrisville Man Seriously Injured

IRWIN TWP., Pa. (EYT) – State police have released information regarding a Harrisville man who was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash. According to Franklin-based State Police, this crash occurred as a 1996 Harley-Davidson FXS operated by 46-year-old Joseph E. Cooke, of Harrisville, was traveling eastbound on State Route 208, near Clintonville Road, in Irwin Township, Venango County, around 9:59 p.m. on May 25.
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Fourth of July Festivities Week Offers Mix of Old and New

FRANKLIN, Pa. – Franklin’s annual Fourth of July Festivities Week returns with the traditional parade and fireworks but also lots of music and children’s activities. “We are excited to be back to offering a full week of fun for all ages and celebrate the love for our community and country,” said Ronnie Beith, Franklin Events Coordinator.
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Mercer County man headed for trial after police standoff

A trial has been ordered for a Mercer County man accused of holding police at bay during a half-day-long standoff in Clarks Mills. A district magistrate on Thursday ordered that the case of 33-year-old Michael Scott be held for common pleas court. Scott is charged with burglary, criminal trespass, making...

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO: Stoneboro Celebration Days

Stoneboro Celebration Days kicks off Friday, June 24 at 6:00 p.m. and will run throughout the weekend. The event will have activities for both kids and adults to enjoy. The following is a complete schedule for all three days of the event:. FRIDAY:. - 6:00 p.m. through 10:00 p.m.: Food...

22-year-old man missing from Butler has been found safe

BUTLER COUNTY, Pa. — UPDATE 6/24/22: Police said that Jacob Carey was found and reunited with his family, state police confirmed. Pennsylvania State Police in Butler are searching for a missing man. According to police, 22-year-old Jacob Carey was last seen on Thursday around 5 p.m. near the Moraine...
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State Police Calls: Police Investigating Burglary in Cranberry Township

VENANGO CO., Pa. (EYT) – Franklin-based State Police responded to the following calls:. Police Investigating Burglary in Cranberry Township. Police are asking the public for information regarding a burglary in Cranberry Township, Venango County. Franklin-based State Police say unknown actor(s) forcibly entered a garage at the Cranberry Township Building...
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Franklin 12u team finishes second in Parkland League

Franklin 12u team finishes second in Parkland League. Franklin Township’s 12u girls softball team finished in second place in the Parkland Softball League’s postseason tournament. Team members include, sitting in front, Madelyn Minnich. First row, Alyson Strohecker, Dakota Markley, Margarita Santana, Molly Kluk and Amber Yeakel. Second row, Jordan Hausman, Kendra Gibson, Sophia Wise Bella Moyer and Jordyn Weitknecht. Third row, coaches Lauren Poremba. David Yeakel, Adam Hausman and Peyton Hausman. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO.

Rodfathers Cruise-A-Palooza Returns Sunday

A local group is getting ready for a popular summer event that will be held this weekend. The 27th annual Rodfathers Cruise-A-Palooza is planned for Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Main Street in Butler. In addition to classic cars and food, this event will also include food...
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Supervisors present check to Franklin Twp. Fire Co.

The Franklin Township Supervisors presented their annual contribution to the Franklin Township Volunteer Fire Co. at their monthly meeting. Supervisors Jason Frey, Fred Kemmerer Jr. and Robin Cressley presented a check in the amount of $40,000 to Fire Chief Lynn Diehl. “It’s really important that, when we need someone at...
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That’s a Wrap: ‘Movie Stop’ Closing Doors After 33 Years

OIL CITY, Pa. (EYT) – A cornerstone of the Oil City’s East First Street district is being forced to close up shop after decades in the community. (Photo above: Captured by Jacob Deemer/EYT.) The Movie Stop has been synonymously known by the big red stop sign hanging above...

Butler Woman Hits Parked Cars

A Butler woman damaged several parked cars in the 900 block of East Jefferson Street around 8:00 yesterday morning. Butler Township Police say that 43-year-old Amy Scheibel hit a parked Monte Carlo, pushing it into another parked car. The Monte Carlo ended up in a neighbor’s yard, and the other vehicle spun across the road into a utility pole.
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John Deere backhoe, MetalMaster & Craftsman bench-top lathes, Atlas shaper, and misc.

John Deere backhoe, MetalMaster & Craftsman bench top lathes, Atlas shaper, Clausing mill drill, drill press, Hammond TrimOsaw, Craftsman radial saw, Dayton band saw, Dayton bench grinder, Tooling – taps, dies, lathe tooling, boring bars. inspection tooling – dial indicators, micrometers, dial calipers. Penncraft welder, welding rod, Craftsman, Jacobsen & Economy riding mowers, Cyclone grass bagger, new Mud Boss drywall lift, power tools, hand tools, automotive, Predator generator, exercise equipment, and more!
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O’Toole Brannon Marks 35 Years of Service as Second-Grade Teacher

TIONESTA, Pa. (EYT) – A local second-grade teacher is celebrating 35 years of service to the West Forest School District. Erin O’Toole Brannon, of Oil City, graduated from Clarion University in 1986. After graduation, she taught fifth grade at Madison Elementary in Madison, Ohio for one year before heading to West Forest in 1987 to begin her career as a second-grade teacher.
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James A. Constable

James A. Constable, 84, of New Bethlehem, died on Wednesday afternoon, June 22, 2022, at the McKinley Health Center in Brookville. Born on November 29, 1937, in New Bethlehem, he was the son of the late James and Martha J. (Beatty) Constable. He was married on February 9, 1957, to...
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Anna F. Shuster

Anna F. Shuster, 97, of New Bethlehem, died early Thursday morning, June 23, 2022, at Edgewood Heights. Born on June 21, 1925, in Widnoon, she was the daughter of the late George Herbert and Mary E. (McGinnis) Young. She was married on August 10, 1946, to Cortland M. Shuster and...

Seneca Valley grad named national honoree

Chris Helmsen, a 2022 Seneca Valley High School graduate, has been named a National Cyber Scholar by the National Cyber Scholarship Foundation for his performance in a challenging online cybersecurity training program. Helmsen competed against thousands of U.S. high school students by solving real-world cybersecurity problems. More than 45,000 students...