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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 »»

Collins: Term in state prison

April 22, 2015 A former Warren County probation officer will spend time in state prison and be registered as a Megan’s Law sexual offender for 25 years. Jeffrey F. more »»

New utility firefighters get outside training

April 22, 2015 Whenever the city fire department hires new firefighters, they must go through training sessions. more »»

Restaurant owner prods City Council on health regs

April 22, 2015 A decision by Warren City Council to allow an individual to set up a food stand on city property at the base of Liberty St. drew some fire on Monda. more »»

Antlerless Deer License Numbers Released

April 22, 2015 Hunters interested in antlerless deer licenses this season had better be prepared to get their applications in early. more »»

Should PGC take over sales?

April 22, 2015 A bill introduced in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives would take sales of antlerless deer licenses out of the hands of county treasurers. more »»

Transitional classroom program expanding

April 21, 2015 Supporting the emotional support programs in the Youngsville attendance area has proven to be an ongoing effort. more »»

Book details rights, benefits for elderly

April 21, 2015 The Pennsylvania Department of Aging has released the 2015 edition of “Benefits & Rights for Older Pennsylvanians.” The guidebook, which is available through Experience Inc. more »»

Parking gets another look

April 21, 2015 Parking in the City of Warren is back under review. Main Street President Dan Ristau proposed reducing the fine, calling for action during Monday evening’s meeting of Warren City Council. more »»

Planning begun for annual Cancer Society benefit

April 21, 2015 Planning is underway for the American Cancer Society’s annual golf tournaments on Aug. 5. more »»

USFS Awards Bowley

April 21, 2015 Curt Bowley, a forest protection officer for the Allegheny National Forest, received the U.. more »»

Board still looking at athletic trainers

April 21, 2015 Though the Warren County School District hasn’t wanted to pay for athletic trainers for several years, the board of directors hasn’t given up on the idea. more »»

A surplus of cats

April 21, 2015 Outside cats are a problem, both in the city and in rural areas. “Outside cats kill wild animals, cause accidents and damage property,” said Karen Kolos. And feral cats are not the only outside cat. more »»

Felines carry expenses

April 21, 2015 There is no such thing as a free cat. Karen Kolos, director at Paws Along the River, said that some people will get a kitten from a friend or neighbor, because they don’t have to pay for it. Ye. more »»

New AMVETS post gets charter

April 20, 2015 Clarendon has a new organization option for veterans. The American Veterans (AMVETS) state and national commanders were on hand Sunday to award a charter to the new AMVETS Post 314. more »»

City Redevelopment Authority taking look at properties it wants to sell

April 20, 2015 The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority is taking another look at several properties it owns and wants to sell. more »»

194 Ways To Help Vets

April 20, 2015 In support of veterans, Youngsville Elementary Middle School eighth-grader Jacob Williams jumped in with both feet. “I did a sock drive for veterans,” Williams sai. more »»

 
 

 

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