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‘So many options’ for over 400 students at College Fair

October 6, 2016 Over 400 Warren County School District Students attended a College Fair on Wednesday at the school district’s Central Offic. more »»

Calendar changes, but district must schedule 180 days

October 6, 2016 The teachers strike starts today. It can’t initially last longer than Thursday, Oct. 27. It may not result in a contract, however. more »»

Public learning about transitioning students with disabilities

October 6, 2016 The mission of the Warren County Transition Council is to “promote effective transition for students with disabilities from school to adult life and to become productive citizens within their... more »»

Dog park in Warren almost a reality

October 6, 2016 The city’s dog park is well on its way to becoming a reality. more »»

Pavilion latest step forward for downtown Streetscape

October 5, 2016 Streetscape on Liberty Street in downtown Warren took a step forward Tuesday as a pavilion was installed in the small park space between Liberty Street and the Midtown Parking Lot. more »»

Strike, By The Rules

October 5, 2016 In Pennsylvania, public school bargaining — including strikes — is codified in law. Act 88 of 1992 laid out all the specifics, from bargaining and impasses to strikes and lockouts. more »»

Schools Closed

October 5, 2016 Warren County School District schools will be closed tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 6, and will remain closed until further notice due to the teacher strike. more »»

Teachers’ salaries – at heart of labor dispute – compared to nearby districts

October 5, 2016 Salary has been one of the key items at the heart of the ongoing disagreement between the Warren County Education Association and the Warren County School District’s board of director. more »»

County’s most wanted list has new name at the top

October 5, 2016 Warren County has a new number 1 Most Wanted. The October list was released on Tuesday by the Warren County District Attorney’s Office. more »»

Two Warren churches making sure students eat lunch during strike

October 5, 2016 “What needs are there in the Warren County School District that we can meet?” That question, said Pastor Jeff Ewing of First Lutheran Church, was the focus of a meeting between area churches this... more »»

Who’s watching the kids?

October 5, 2016 Perhaps the thing parents are finding most puzzling with the impending strike of Warren County School District teachers is what to do with kids who wouldn’t otherwise be needing daycar. more »»

Finishing Franklin

October 4, 2016 Large-scale paving in the City of Warren is ending for the season. more »»

Food safety checks conducted at 8 sites

October 4, 2016 The following establishments were recently inspected by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Service. more »»


October 4, 2016 Teachers in the Warren County School District will strike on Thursday. more »»

Back and forth

October 4, 2016 The Warren County School District leadership attending an annual state conference has effectively pushed contract negotiation sessions with the Warren County Education Association (WCEA) into next... more »»

Shopping offer is scam

October 4, 2016 A check and an offer for a Warren County resident to be a secret shopper have been determined to be parts of a scam. more »»

Back and forth

October 4, 2016 After negotiations dramatically closed the gap between the two sides Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, the representatives for the striking teachers union were prepared to set up bargaining agai... more »»

Students building Habitat house

October 4, 2016 A house built by students in the Warren County School District will soon become a permanent residence in Clarendon. more »»

District’s labor counsel: Not all lawyer fees spent for teacher strike

October 4, 2016 Sometimes things aren’t always what they seem – like the legal fees incurred by the Warren County School District Yes, the district has paid the law firm of Fanelli Willett $141,536. more »»

Leaf pickup starts Monday in city

October 4, 2016 Warren’s Department of Public Works will begin its annual leaf collection on Monday, Oct. 17. Crews will be collecting throughout the city on a daily basis, concentrating on areas of most need. more »»



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