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Business Week comes to Youngsville High School

April 25, 2015 During the week of April 13th, juniors at Youngsville High School had the opportunity to participate in Business Week, sponsored by A.C.E.S., Americans for the Competitive Enterprise System, Inc. more »»

Tanker Crash Closes Rt. 59

April 25, 2015 A tanker truck rolled over Friday morning along Route 59 east of the Kinzua Dam, leaking diesel fuel down the hillside into Tuttle Run. more »»

Conewango Celebration

April 25, 2015 The voters helped Conewango Creek become Pennsylvania’s River of the Year. Now it’s time to start the celebration. more »»

Busted Dealer

April 25, 2015 An Erie man has been arrested for dealing drugs to Warren County school students. more »»

Forest Service planning prescribed burns in ANF

April 25, 2015 Fire in the forest is not always unexpected. The Allegheny National Forest is planning two prescribed burns for the near future with the first possibly happening this weekend. more »»

United Fund marks 19th consecutive success

April 24, 2015 For the 19th consecutive year, the United Fund of Warren County was able to celebrate a successful campaign in continuing to support agencies in Warren County. more »»

Pesky Property Cleared

April 24, 2015 “I’d love to jump up and down on the table. more »»

Tanker crash on Route 59

April 24, 2015 A tanker truck rolled over Friday morning along Route 59 east of Kinzua Dam. The eastbound tanker is on its side along the eastbound guard rail, according to reports from Warren County Public Safet. more »»

Route 59 closed through "early evening"

April 24, 2015 According to PennDOT, Route 59 is expected to be closed through "early evening." The department has posted a detour using Route 6 and Route 321. more »»

Route 59 open

April 24, 2015 PennDOT announced that Route 59 was reopened at 3:30 p.m. The road had been closed for almost five hours after a tanker overturned around 9:30 a.m. Friday about one-half mile east of Kinzua Dam. more »»

Bath salts blamed in another court case

April 24, 2015 Pittsfield man was sentenced before Judge Maureen Skerda last Friday for charges stemming from an incident on Sept. 4, 2014. more »»

Lasher named to lead Community Foundation

April 24, 2015 John Lasher will take over the helm of the Community Foundation of Warren County in May, replacing Dr. Charles MacKenzie as executive director. more »»

State grant aids Probation Dept.

April 24, 2015 The Warren County commissioners welcomed some state dollars to help pay its probation department. more »»

Counterfeiting suspect arrested in Jamestown

April 24, 2015 One of the suspects accused of passing counterfeit $50 bills at the Warren County Fair last summer was arrested in Jamestown, N.Y., Thursday morning. Capt. more »»

Clean-Up Time In The City

April 23, 2015 Do you have yard and lawn debris? If you live in the city of Warren, you’re in luck. Beginning Monday, April 27, crews will begin hauling away the debris from the city’s roadsides. more »»

Corps gives local officials update on Kinzua Dam

April 23, 2015 Living around it every day, it’s easy to take the Kinzua Dam for granted, as well as the people tasked with maintaining the river and preventing flooding from here to Pittsburgh. But the U.S. more »»

YEMS students pitch in with Earth Day project

April 23, 2015 Earth Day is a time to celebrate the environment. At Youngsville Elementary Middle School on Wednesday, students braved the elements to do their par. more »»

TAWC budget gets early approval

April 23, 2015 The Transit Authority of Warren County doesn’t have to have a budget in place until the end of June. But, the 2015-2015 budget is now on the books. The $1,768,214 spending plan is a net 1. more »»

Pirates expected to be roaming Saturday in lighthearted race

April 23, 2015 If costumes, malarkey and a lot of fun sounds like your type of Saturday, this weekend will be a good one. The third Warren County Spring Great Race kicks off at 9 a.m. Saturday. more »»

Former County Employees Draw Jail Sentences

April 22, 2015 A former Warren County director of Children and Youth Services narrowly avoided a state prison sentence on Tuesday. Kevin G. Lundeen, 49, Findley Lake, N.Y. more »»

 
 

 

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