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Howe’s True Value burglarized; police search for suspects

September 4, 2015 A Warren business was broken into Wednesday night and police are looking for those responsible. more »»

Talks continue for county emergency response plan

September 4, 2015 The ongoing dialogue regarding a county-wide emergency response plan is set to continue later this month. more »»

Officials updating hazard mitigation plan

September 4, 2015 Local officials are in the process of updating the county’s hazard mitigation plan. more »»

Juveniles charged with vandalizing former Sheffield Elementary

September 4, 2015 Four juveniles have been charged in connection with vandalism at the former Sheffield Elementary School last month. The incident occurred at the building at 222 Pickering St. more »»

WCCBI seeking Community Service Award nominations

September 4, 2015 “One of the toughest decisions every year is choosing just one person,” said John Papalia, Director of Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry (WCCBI) Operations and Tourism. more »»

Sidewalk on Glade Bridge closed from Nov. 1 through April 1

September 3, 2015 The problem of what to do about the sidewalk on the Glade Bridge has been resolved. Glade Township Supervisor Dave Sedon said, “We’ve finally got it ironed out. more »»

Court to memorialize late attorney David Swanson

September 3, 2015 A tribute to the late David Swanson, a well-respected Warren lawyer who died in December, will be held in the main courtroom of the Warren County Courthouse on Friday. more »»

‘That Guy At The Post Office’

September 3, 2015 Some of us know Rich Geer as a guitarist and songwriter. “My music is historical folk music,” he said. more »»

TCCS will reopen on Thursday with water leak fixed

September 3, 2015 After an unscheduled day off, Tidioute Community Charter School will be back in business Thursda. more »»

Help wanted: VA in need of volunteer drivers

September 3, 2015 The Veterans’ Administration is again looking for volunteers to drive area veterans to medical appointments to Erie, Pittsburgh, Buffalo and occasionally Cleveland. more »»

Youngsville man pleads guilty involving sexual assault of a child

September 3, 2015 A Youngsville man pled guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from incidents involving the sexual assault of a child. The charges against Jonathan G. Upton, 34, dated back as far as January 2009. more »»

New security ID system pitched to schools

September 3, 2015 You can’t put a price tag on safety. To that end, a new ID system was pitched this week to the Physical Plant and Facilities Committee of the Warren County School District board of directors. more »»

WCSD looking to ‘standardize’ safety procedures

September 3, 2015 Critical incident plans are only useful if everybody is on the same page and trained to respond appropriately. And the Warren County School District is working in that directio. more »»

‘Field of Flags’ precedes 9/11 ceremonies next week at Warren County Memorial Park

September 2, 2015 The 2015 Warren County September 11 Project will be held Friday, Sept. 11, at Warren County Memorial Park in Starbric. more »»

‘No major issues’ in morning, normal busing delays in afternoon for WCSD

September 2, 2015 There’s always the metaphorical bump in the road, but transportation on the first day of classes in the Warren County School District was on top of the ball ... or the hill. more »»

Glade Twp. considers dropping recycling

September 2, 2015 The Glade Township supervisors have a problem with recycling. Several problems, in fac. more »»

Water diversion work completed at Rimrock hiking trail

September 2, 2015 Recent upgrades have taken some of the mud out of Rimrock Trail. Water diversion work was completed in July, adding drainage improvements throughout the length of the trai. more »»

School’s out for ... water leak at TCCS

September 2, 2015 A lack of water has forced the cancellation of the second day of the new school year at Tidioute Community Charter School. TCCS CEO Dr. more »»

Tidioute officials asking for residents to conserve water

September 2, 2015 Between a dry summer and a leak that was costing 100,000 gallons per day, Tidioute is running short of water. Borough officials have asked residents to conserve. more »»

Four more bronze vets’ markers stolen

September 1, 2015 “Scumbag, scumbag scumbag,” Ed Burris, Warren County Veterans’ Affairs director said, after thieves again struck a local cemetery, stealing four bronze veterans’ markers. more »»

 
 

 

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