Meet the Teacher Night for sixth grade Beaty-Warren Middle School students will be held at Warren Area Elementary School on Wednesday, Aug. 29, from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Mead, principals at Beaty, will present a brief overview of the middle level program in the LGI. Parents will then have a chance to "meet the teacher" for an overview of classroom expectations.
Parent night at Beaty
Parent Night at Beaty-Warren Middle School for current seventh- and eighth-grade parents will be held on Thursday, Sept. 6, at 6 p.m. An informal presentation will begin the evening in the auditorium with Mrs. Decker and Mrs. Mead discussing the building renovation project and several other informational items. Parents will then have an opportunity to meet with their child's team of teachers and tour the school.
Organizers for a program about the fundamentals of shale gas exploration and leasing have announced a change in fees.
The program, scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Jefferson DeFrees Family Center at 207 Second Ave., will now cost $15 regardless of when attendees sign up.
People can register online at agsci.psu.edu/shale-gas-exploration-leasing/warren or by calling 724-662-3141 up until 3 p.m. Thursday. They can also pay the fee at the program.
Sheffield Township Police reported the following statistics for July: seven accidents investigated, five theft complaints, five reports of suspicious persons, five disturbance calls, six harassment complaints, six noise complaints, four requests to check the welfare of others, four assists to other agencies, four mental health calls, three trespass complaints, four ATV complaints, three dog complaints, three traffic complaints, two traffic hazard complaints, two open doors found, one report of found property, one assault reported, two reports of suspicious vehicles, two neighbor disputes, and two burglaries.
in bed by truck
MEADVILLE, Pa. (AP) - A northwestern Pennsylvania woman has been killed by a pickup truck that smashed into her home while she was lying in her own bed.
Police in West Mead Township and the Crawford County coroner didn't immediately return calls Wednesday on their investigation, and they've yet to identify the driver.
But the Meadville Tribune reports 51-year-old Carol Lee Ramey was killed about 10:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Coroner Scott Schell tells the newspaper, "The truck hit the house and went into the house and landed on her."
Ramey was home alone.