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Charmed By Physics

September 11, 2014 Kassie Hollobaugh has a new appreciation for nano particles, incredibly small things with incredibly huge potential. Hollobaugh, a Youngsville High School senior, attended a two-week program at the U. more »»

Youngsville Borough Council backs start of Phase Two in Streetscape

September 10, 2014 Phase Two of Youngsville’s Streetscape will continue, after borough council passed a resolution Monday evening and made a decision to enter into an agreement with EG&G Engineering. more »»

Trainer Issue Resurfaces

September 10, 2014 The thorny issue of a lack of athletic trainers was discussed again by the Warren County School District board of directors on Monday. more »»

Gunshot noises in Youngsville from range

September 10, 2014 An initial report of noises that sounded like gunshots in the vicinity of the Youngsville Elementary Middle School on Tuesday morning turned out to indeed be gunshots, but they weren’t near YEMS. more »»

5th Avenue Change

September 10, 2014 The new traffic pattern at Fifth Avenue and Market Street in Warren is in effect. A crew from Signature Paving and Sealcoating of Jamestown, N.. more »»

Peace Corps volunteer leaves his mark

September 10, 2014 A Warren County man recently returned to the area after serving two years in Africa with the Peace Corps. more »»

Youngsville Council names new Junior Council member

September 10, 2014 Youngsville Borough Council dealt with a few housekeeping issues Monday evening, including electric costs, and swore in a new Junior Council member, Hannah Morris, daughter of council member Steve... more »»

Gas Leak Spurs Evacuation

September 9, 2014 Homes in a section of Warren were evacuated due to a natural gas leak Monday afternoon. According to City of Warren Fire Department Lt. more »»

UPDATE: Alert issued in Youngsville

September 9, 2014 1 P.M. UPDATE: "Investigation into a noise that possibly could have been a gunshot. This is not associated with the schools. No schools on lockdown. more »»

Conewango clean-up nets plenty of refuse

September 9, 2014 The two-day Conewango Creek Clean-up raised many tires, appliances, tools and toys, bicycles, shopping carts, a chainsaw carving of a sleeping bear, and the satisfaction of a job well done. more »»

Student transfer change proposed

September 9, 2014 A proposed policy brought forth by the Warren County School District’s administration would have handed a near carte blanche to the superintendent to transfer students across attendance area lines. more »»

COG updated on beech bark disease

September 8, 2014 An effort is underway to combat beech bark disease and save trees damaged by gypsy moths on the Allegheny National Forest. more »»

Award-Winning Woodworker

September 8, 2014 Silas Kopf, a Warren native now living in Northhampton, Mass., was named winner in the wood category of the 2015 James Renwick Alliance of the Smithsonian Institution’s Master of the Medium Award. more »»

Collection of EIT tax might be changing

September 8, 2014 A change could be in the works regarding how earned income tax is collected in Warren County. Currently, school taxes are collected by a tax office located at the school district’s central office. more »»

Waterways Invader

September 8, 2014 The water chestnut, an invasive species that has been creeping into Warren County since it was found in Akeley Swamp last year, has been beaten back for the yea. more »»

New entry on blighted list possible

September 8, 2014 The Warren County Redevelopment Authority has been clearing properties deemed blighted from its rolls in recent months. But it’s about to get another one. more »»

Renovate, Rehabilitate

September 6, 2014 It would take over $2 million to renovate and rehab the all the traffic signals in Warren County. more »»

Planners discuss drilling concerns

September 6, 2014 Oil and gas drilling concerns were brought before the Warren County Planning Commission on Tuesday evening. But, in this case, concerns didn’t spur new action. more »»

How are we doing?

September 6, 2014 Sometimes the only way to improve is to have someone else look at what you’re doing and tell you what you can do better. Just ask the Warren County Visitors Bureau. more »»

WCSD, Habitat hammer out deal

September 6, 2014 Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers. The Warren County Career Center needs real-life work projects for its students. more »»



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