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19 cases handled in plea and arraignment court

April 19, 2014 Ten guilty pleas were entered, nine not guilty pleas were entered and one bench warrant was issued in plea and arraignment proceedings before President Judge Maureen Skerda on Thursday morning. more »»

Emergency Social Media

April 19, 2014 The Warren County Public Safety Facebook page is up and running. Personnel from the Warren County Sheriff’s Office set up the page which was first online Monday. more »»

New med assistance vehicle OK’d

April 19, 2014 The purchase of a new medical assistance vehicle for the Transit Authority of Warren County has been approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare. more »»

Kelly staffing contract OK’d

April 19, 2014 The Warren County School District has contracted out substitute teacher services. more »»

Behavior program for Y’ville schools

April 19, 2014 Additional interventions are in the works to support Youngsville Elementary Middle School and Youngsville High Schoo. more »»

Public housing 96 pct. full

April 19, 2014 Occupancy continues to be high at properties managed by the Housing Authority of Warren County. Executive Director Tonya Mitchell-Weston said that the authority is at 96 percent occupanc. more »»

Bakalli proposes city take back Home St. school land

April 19, 2014 Ruzhdi Bakalli wants to return the former Home Street Elementary School property to the City of Warren Redevelopment Authority, and wants to recoup the costs of demolition of the old school. more »»

Camping prohibited along shore of river below dam

April 19, 2014 Last fall, officials with the Allegheny National Forest said a stretch of Forest Service land along Hemlock Road would be closed to camping. It’s now official. more »»

Grant could secure tutoring opportunities

April 19, 2014 Early indications are that additional grant funding might be available that would allow the Warren County School District to continue it’s current after-school offerings. more »»

Kelly staffing contract OK’d

April 19, 2014 The Warren County School District has contracted out substitute teacher services. more »»

Kelly staffing contract OK’d

April 19, 2014 The Warren County School District has contracted out substitute teacher services. more »»

Public housing 96 pct. full

April 19, 2014 Occupancy continues to be high at properties managed by the Housing Authority of Warren County. Executive Director Tonya Mitchell-Weston said that the authority is at 96 percent occupanc. more »»

Camping prohibited along shore of river below dam

April 19, 2014 Last fall, officials with the Allegheny National Forest said a stretch of Forest Service land along Hemlock Road would be closed to camping. It’s now officia. more »»

Treatment ordered for student who spurred lockdown

April 18, 2014 The Warren Area High School student who wrote a threatening note that caused the school to be locked down for about two hours on March 24 will serve up to 90 days in a treatment facilit. more »»

Jamestown infant’s death ruled homicide by police

April 18, 2014 JAMESTOWN, N.Y. – Jamestown, N.Y., Police are investigating the homicide of a 16-month-old girl who died Thursday after an apparent beating. more »»

A juvenile hearing in open court

April 18, 2014 In Pennsylvania, juvenile court is rehabilitative, not punitive. The state’s interest is in making the young person less likely to be a repeat offender than punishing him or her for an initial crim. more »»

United Fund celebrates another successful year

April 18, 2014 The United Fund of Warren County on Thursday celebrated surpassing its 2013 Torchlight Campaign goal of $650,000. more »»

Bits, Bytes Hit Right Notes

April 18, 2014 From a CAD drawing online, to a 3-D printer to the hands of a ukulele expert, students at Warren County Career Center watched one of their projects come to life on Wednesday. more »»

Grand Valley man sentenced in federal court

April 18, 2014 William Caputo of Grand Valley was sentenced Monday to three years probation, a $5,000 fine and a mandatory fee of $100 in United States District Court, Central District of Illinois. more »»

Crary sign issues still smolders

April 17, 2014 Warren City Planning Commission met Wednesday morning to discuss a number of issues, new and old. Vice chairman Bob Dilks wanted to talk about the Crary sign issue and the East Side facade project. more »»

 
 

 

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