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Frontera knew it was coming; was ready to go

June 30, 2014 Joe Frontera knew that his nation’s call to serve in World War II would come. “My father had a kind of radio that had short wave,” said Frontera, who lives on Hammond St. in Warren. more »»

Bills treat different wells differently

June 30, 2014 A pair of bills aimed to separate conventional oil and gas operations from regulations governing Shale gas producers and allow industry representatives to review and comment on proposed regulations... more »»

Schools cope with mobile phone use

June 30, 2014 “They’re in society. We’re going to have to deal with it.” The sentiment expressed by Warren County School District Superintendent D. more »»

Journalists get a primer on ANF issues

June 30, 2014 As part of a five-day, multi-state educational tour, 18 journalists from Boston to Colorado to Texas visited the Allegheny National Forest last week. more »»

Landing the Bataan Death March rescuers

June 30, 2014 A PBS special called the raid to liberate the survivors of the Bataan Death March the “most daring rescue of World War II. And Joe Frontera had a hand in it. more »»

Immigrant parents sent their sons to war

June 30, 2014 As a second generation Italian-American, Joe Frontera didn’t have any problem with serving his country. more »»

Fatal accident shuts down Rt. 27

June 30, 2014 According to a post from the Warren County Public Safety Facebook page, Route 27 near Hickory Lane is closed "for an extended time because of a fatal tractor trailer acciden. more »»

DUI Correction: First Cases

June 28, 2014 Four people currently in the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition program in Warren County had their DUI-related offenses dismissed in court Friday morning by President Judge Maureen Skerd. more »»

‘Tis The Season

June 28, 2014 Maintenance projects along the state roadways in Warren County have been scheduled for the week beginning June 30, according to Wes Hess, Warren County Maintenance manager for PennDO. more »»

County’s drug take back program picks up steam

June 28, 2014 The Drug Take Back Initiative in Warren County is proving to be one of the most successful in the stat. more »»

The Day After

June 27, 2014 The Watson family on Barnes Road in Sheffield was inundated by fast-moving floodwaters after Wednesday’s storm. On Thursday, Kim Watson said, “I have mud throughout my house. more »»

Water Co.: No signs of MTBE in regular tests

June 27, 2014 Water wells in the vicinity of United Refining Co. more »»

Wait For It, Wait For It

June 27, 2014 It’s almost time for the annual running of the chairs. more »»

Relay for Life closes in on goal

June 27, 2014 It was a healing antithesis to the pain that cancer has caused so many people. It was joyful and funny, energetic and uplifting. more »»

Co. inmates compile public service hours

June 27, 2014 “I know the public likes it; the inmates like it; it’s a popular program,” Warren County Jail Deputy Warden Greg Deivert said regarding inmate work crews. more »»

High Water In Sheffield

June 26, 2014 Homes were evacuated and streets were shut down in Sheffield as a result of high water Wednesday evening. more »»

Rain downs lines, closes roads here

June 26, 2014 Heavy rains caused numberous small landslides that temporarily closed Route 62 south of Irvine and brought down power lines in the vicinity of Route 337 (Pleasant Drive) and Cobham Hill Road. more »»

Music Program Grows

June 26, 2014 The annual Warren County Summer Music School program in Warren has evolved into something far greater than the sum of its parts. more »»

Winning composition to debut downtown

June 26, 2014 At 7 p.m. Thursday, an international award-winning choral composition by Keane Southard will be presented during Pops at the Fountain in downtown Warren. more »»

Dam’s Days Numbered

June 25, 2014 A breached orphan dam in the Conewango Creek that has been creating dangerous currents for kayakers and canoers will be removed this summer. more »»

 
 

 

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