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Group wants to make the public aware of, simulate impact of, poverty

September 6, 2016 Do you know what it is like to live in poverty? “People have a pre-conceived notion about what living in poverty is like,” Joan Stitzinger, an Impacting Poverty Group coordinator, said. more »»

Spirit of holiday

September 5, 2016 What is Labor Day to you? A three-day weekend? A chance to barbecue or picnic? An extra day of work? Paid? Unpaid? Who does Labor Day celebrate, and why? On September 5, 1882, the first Labor Day... more »»

Cherry Grove’s own wild animal park put together with ‘heart and soul,’ says owner

September 5, 2016 It all started with a baby raccoon that Pam and John Pape, of Cherry Grove, named Scooter. more »»

Head Start receives educational training grant

September 5, 2016 Warren County’s Head Start program is one of only 27 Head Start programs nationally to receive a grant to provide the Health Care Institute a training program offered by the National Center on Early... more »»

Mustang Edition

September 5, 2016 Traci Wade, who earlier this year picked up an unhandled wild Mustang from the Mustang Heritage Foundation after an anonymous nomination won her the opportunity to break the horse in just over 100... more »»

Will Sheffield residents fund a police force?

September 3, 2016 When voters in Sheffield go to their relatively new polling place in November, they’ll be faced with a ballot question. more »»

Tidioute couple killed in car crash

September 3, 2016 A Tidioute couple was killed in a two-vehicle crash in Forest County Friday morning. Larry R. Carnahan, 79, and Dorothy M. more »»

Delay in process of Sheffield as low-achieving school, says PDE

September 3, 2016 There has been a delay in the process of providing assistance to families living in the Sheffield attendance area who would like to have students attend other schools. more »»

Class acts

September 3, 2016 Warren County School District teachers were the students Friday morning for a professional development session geared towards changing behavior through prevention. Dan St. more »»

Tax Claim Bureau still looking at undistributed funds

September 3, 2016 With close to $300,000 worth of open balance funds from tax years 2012, 2014, and 2015, the Tax Claim Bureau is working to figure out where those funds need to b. more »»

Deadline to register in Oct.

September 3, 2016 Pennsylvania’s Secretary of State is asking residents to be ready to vote. more »»

Cleaning The Conewango

September 2, 2016 A clean-up crew got a head start on the annual Allegheny River and Watershed Clean-up by hauling some heavy metal out of Conewango Creek on Thursday. more »»

Track of storm should miss us

September 2, 2016 Tropical Storm Hermine is expected to bring the rain to Pennsylvania this weekend, but Warren, Forest and McKean counties should be in the clear. more »»

Firefighters battle blaze on Scandia Road

September 2, 2016 A call came in shortly after 8 a.m. Thursday for a suspected structure fire at 29 Scandia R. more »»

State police planning extra holiday patrols

September 1, 2016 Holidays bring additional safety measures and while Warren County law enforcement will be conducting DUI checkpoints and patrols, state police has also issued an advisory for general safety. more »»

Deeper In Hole

September 1, 2016 During budget season, the Warren County School District worked through a $5 million projected deficit. More than a month later, the district is almost another $100,000 in the hole. more »»

Stabbing suspect faces new charge

September 1, 2016 Keller Wolfgang is facing a new charge after he allegedly stabbed a woman on Eddy Street in Warren the night of Aug. 24. more »»

County’s jobless rate ticks higher

September 1, 2016 The unemployment rate in Warren County increased to a seasonally-adjusted 5.5 percent in July. That’s a .2 percent increase from June and a .7 percent increase from July 2015. more »»

School district personnel gets ready to feed hungry students

September 1, 2016 Hungry students will soon descend on the schools in the Warren County School District, and district personnel have been getting ready for them. more »»

Part Of The Plan

August 31, 2016 FirstEnergy and Penelec are working to improve reliability and increase capacity at the Warren Substation in Starbrick, as a part of an overall plan for improving service throughout northern... more »»

 
 

 

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