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On A Mission

February 8, 2016 Phyllis Wright wanted something when she retired from work that may seem strange. She wanted more work. Mission work, to be exact. more »»

Help with FAFSA

February 8, 2016 Finding financial aid can mean being able to afford going to college or not, or coming out with a manageable amount of debt. more »»

Safety check can save lives

February 8, 2016 “This is not an enforcement,” Sgt. more »»

2 commissioners field questions at Tea Party meeting

February 8, 2016 Two of the newly-seated Warren County Commissioners met with members of the Warren County Tea Party last Thursday night as a chance to “get to know us and our thoughts,” according to Commissioner... more »»

Beacon Light, Deerfield Behavioral integrate services under one roof

February 6, 2016 Instead of competing, two behavioral health services organizations in Warren are working together to better serve their clients. more »»

Picking A President

February 6, 2016 What does Warren County make of the drama and humor in the campaigns for the Republican and Democratic presidential nominations? John Eggleston, Warren County Democratic chairman, said, “It’s a lot... more »»

An Enchanted Evening

February 6, 2016 Seven-year-old Maya El Mohandis had no idea when she went into the YMCA on Friday night that she was going to meet her favorite Disney princess. more »»

Schools chief backs shelving Keystone Exams for two years

February 6, 2016 The requirement that the Keystone Exams be passed before high school graduation is, for now at least, shelved for two years. more »»

A ‘souper’ Friday at St. Joe’s School

February 6, 2016 All good things must come to an end, said Chaucer. St. more »»

Taken down

February 5, 2016 A multi-agency raid early Thursday morning took down an alleged kingpin of the Warren County drug trade and several of his lieutenants. Franklin M. Geiger, 46, of 625 Conewango Ave. more »»

Former WCSD teacher pleads guilty to charges stemming from sex with minor

February 5, 2016 A former Warren County School District teacher has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from sexual contact with a 16-year-old female. Michael A. more »»

Visitors Bureau visits Pittsburgh

February 5, 2016 The Warren County Visitors Bureau continues to ‘spread the gospel’ of Warren County. Last weekend, that meant a table at the Tri-State Outdoor Expo in Pittsburgh. more »»

Barley Home deemed blight

February 5, 2016 A historic property in North Warren ravaged by fire in August, 2014 has been declared blight by the Conewango Township supervisors. The former Barley Home, 506 South State St. more »»

19 others enter guilty pleas Thursday

February 5, 2016 Nineteen defendants entered guilty pleas before President Judge Maureen Skerda during plea court proceedings on Thursday. ¯ Mason R. Brown, Corry, to burglary – overnight accommodation. more »»

‘Are you smarter than a fifth-grader?’

February 5, 2016 “There’s a little pressure in defending my title,” Fr. Rich Toohey of St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church said before squaring off against Fr. Jim Gutting of Holy Redeemer in Warren and Dr. more »»

Feeling the effects

February 4, 2016 Another El Nino winter brings swings in temperatures and precipitation, affecting everything from agriculture to recreation. more »»

Warren County farmer has begun corrective actions after wastewater impacts nearby stream

February 4, 2016 A Warren County farmer who received a notice of violation from the state Department of Environmental Protection in January said he accepts responsibility for the problem and has begun corrective... more »»

WCCBI CEO helping to promote ‘Hiring Heroes Initiative’ in northwestern PA, Warren County

February 4, 2016 “Pennsylvania has always been attractive to veterans,” Jim Decker, President and CEO of the Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry, said of the Northwest Commission’s Hiring Heroes Initiative. more »»

Watch for the big red buttons: Warren Gives fundraising program fast approaching

February 4, 2016 The Warren Gives program is slightly more than three months away, but plans have been progressing for some time. On May 11, from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. more »»

Sugar Grove Hardwood rezoning issue is tabled

February 4, 2016 The Warren County Planning and Zoning Commission met on Tuesday evening, continuing the ongoing issue of whether to rezone Sugar Grove Hardwood on Rt. 62 in Pleasant Township. more »»



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