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Youngsville police warn about scam

June 12, 2014 Youngsville Borough police have issued a press release drawing attention to a scam that they have received. more »»

End Of An Era: Last Classes

June 11, 2014 Scores of students exited Sugar Grove and Russell elementary schools Tuesday afternoon. None of them will return. more »»

A Day At The Beach...That Wasn’t

June 11, 2014 Kim Wilkins of Russell describes her life since the morning of Saturday, May 31, as a series of mercies and miracles. That was the day she was shot while sitting on the beach at Chapman State Park. more »»

Investigation continues

June 11, 2014 Pennsylvania State Police continue to investigate the shooting of a Russell woman at Chapman State Par. more »»

D.A. has plan for bad DUI cases

June 11, 2014 People convicted of DUI in Warren County in the last five years may have some good news coming their way. The charges in many of the 784 DUI cases in the county from Oct. more »»

A Whole-House Commitment

June 11, 2014 You can’t miss Cindy Covell’s home at 105 Buchanan St., and that’s the point. Covell has won the Traveling Trophy as part of Relay For Life’s Paint the County Purple campaign. more »»

Plaque at Washington Park rededicated in ceremony

June 10, 2014 The plaque at Washington Park in Warren is back. more »»

Commissioners approve list of state-funded investigators

June 10, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners approved the appointment of 14 law enforcement personnel to the Warren County Drug Task Force on Monday during the Salary Board meeting. more »»

Tidioute PD following arson tips

June 10, 2014 The damage caused during a string of arsons in Tidioute earlier this month is up to six figures. more »»

On The Chopping Block

June 10, 2014 There are more than 30 positions on the block in the Warren County School District. At their previous meeting, the district’s board of directors settled on a tax increase of 2. more »»

DARE program at Beaty covering wider spectrum of decision-making

June 9, 2014 BY ROB ANDERSEN Last Monday, 170 sixth-grade students at Beaty-Warren Middle School graduated from the DARE program. more »»

A father opposed to war didn’t want him to go

June 9, 2014 His father didn’t want him to go. But the draft, and a dose of patriotism, drove Richard Scalise into service in the U.S. Army during World War II. more »»

Playgrounds in city ready for summer fun

June 9, 2014 With school about to let out, the City of Warren is finalizing preparations for its Summer Playground progra. more »»

Law enforcement prepares, in case it happens here

June 9, 2014 What if it happened in Warren County? A joint training exercise involving around 100 personnel from area law enforcement agencies, emergency medical services and the Warren County School District... more »»

PennDOT announces project for this week

June 9, 2014 The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s summer maintenance schedule will continue this week on numerous roads in Warren County. more »»

Sheffield Area News in Brief

June 7, 2014 Electronic Recycling Saturday, June 14 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the former Andy’s Truck Service in Clarendon. more »»

Relay For Life paints Warren County purple

June 7, 2014 Relay For Life of Warren County held its Paint the County Purple wrap-up celebration on Friday in the lawn of the Warren County Courthouse. more »»

Midtown Motors donates equipment to Russell VFD

June 7, 2014 Russell Volunteer Fire Department has a new member – Little Anne AED Training System. more »»

By The Numbers

June 7, 2014 Parking in downtown Warren is a touchy issue for many people, but at a public hearing of the issue on Tuesday, Ross Bryan said, “It’s not a parking problem, the city has a financial proble. more »»

COG reminded to call before digging

June 7, 2014 Call before you dig. That was the message brought by P. more »»



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