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Red Nose Day brings smiles, needed funds

May 27, 2016 Raising funds for kids while generating smiles? That’s what Red Nose Day is all about and if the rough estimate is any indication, the Back Pack Program is looking at upwards of $500 to $600 raised... more »»

1 up, 1 down

May 26, 2016 A tree has been planted at St. Joseph Catholic School in honor of Principal Dr. Howard Ferguson. more »»

Prison Board moves to award ‘good time’ to inmates, even if can’t afford administrative fees

May 26, 2016 Inmates who are early reentry eligible but don’t have the money for an administrative fee are getting some relief after a Prison Board meeting Wednesday. more »»

Courthouse tree cut

May 26, 2016 It only took about an hour to get the tree down. The large maple tree on the Warren County Courthouse lawn had been identified as a danger and bid for removal by the commissioners. more »»

Commissioners wanted ‘written agreement’ for Rouse funding stream, but move forward without

May 26, 2016 Warren County is still backing the intergovernmental transfer that will bring additional funds to the Rouse, but it won’t be doing so with a written agreemen. more »»

Numbers stage for proposed prison work release center

May 26, 2016 The proposed work release center is hitting the numbers stage. more »»

Memorial Day services listed

May 26, 2016 Clarendon VFW Post 314, 22 Brown Avenue in Clarendon will hold Memorial Day services Thursday, May 26, at 6 p.m. more »»

Commissioners approve cooperative agreement between counties to save on 911 costs

May 26, 2016 The Warren County Commissioners approved some more action by a cooperative agreement that brings 10 counties together to save money on 911 equipment and services. more »»

Sugar Grove man waives hearing on felony sex charges

May 26, 2016 A Sugar Grove man charged with sending a pornographic picture of himself to a 15-year-old girl has waived his preliminary hearing. Ronald L. Decker, 21, of 1409 Catlin Hill R. more »»

Russell man held on forgery charges

May 26, 2016 A Russell man accused by his father and brother of writing checks to himself on his father’s account without permission was held for court on Wednesday by District Justice Todd Woodin. David S. more »»

Dining with Diabetes class set for Warren County

May 26, 2016 Penn State Cooperative Extension Warren County will be the site for a Dining with Diabetes class beginning Thursday, June 2 and will continue June 9, 16, 23 and 30. more »»

Championship gesture

May 25, 2016 Whirley Industries Boys Minors Little League baseball coach Michael Barr decided to make Tuesday’s home game in Sheffield against the Wilcox Brothers special, by having his team show its appreciatio... more »»

Warren man pleads in assault case

May 25, 2016 A Warren man who pushed a knife to the back of a juvenile during a confrontation in February has pleaded guilty, avoiding the most serious charge – aggravated assault. more »»

Warren woman avoids most serious charge in assault of police officer

May 25, 2016 A Warren woman who assaulted police officers at Bob Evans Restaurant last December pleaded Tuesday, avoiding the most serious charge. more »»

‘Seeds’ program plants a beginning

May 25, 2016 Seeds of Recovery, a program presented by Meretta Cable through Beacon Light Behavioral Health and with the input of several of her own supports, talked about the importance and role of social... more »»

Rural Regional College needs feedback

May 25, 2016 The Rural Regional College needs your help. And that help comes in the form of a survey. more »»

Memorial Day weekend at Chapman

May 25, 2016 There will be a scavenger hunt, a frog trek, kayak practice, and free family fishing among the events at Chapman State Park this weekend. more »»

Blood drive set

May 25, 2016 With a holiday weekend fast approaching, Community Blood Bank is hoping to replenish supplies. more »»

Hair raising

May 24, 2016 It takes between eight and 15 ponytails to make a Pantene Beautiful Lengths wig for women fighting cancer and the Warren County School District is coming together to help make as many wigs as... more »»

Brick by brick: Finishing Water St.

May 24, 2016 Laying bricks on a city street is a back-breaking job. Mike Cordosi, a supervisor for Signature Paving and Sealcoating, has been working in the business since he was 18. He’s 60 years old now. more »»



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