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One grant gone, one sought

August 2, 2014 A state grant that has funded a tutoring-like program in the Warren County School District for the last three years is about to expire. more »»

Downtown gas line work gets underway

August 2, 2014 A gas main serving the businesses along Liberty Street in Warren will be replaced over the next few weeks. more »»

Gas bills going down for some

August 2, 2014 Pennsylvania customers of National Fuel will see a price drop in their gas bills soon. National Fuel’s annual gas supply charges have decreased 5.66 percent from $81. more »»

Anderson Back On Board

August 1, 2014 The Warren County School District board of directors has a new member. On Thursday, John Anderson was appointed to a post vacated by Trish Rosenstein on the nine-member pane. more »»

Not many bonus doe licenses are left for local region

August 1, 2014 When bonus doe licenses are offered starting Monday, hunters in Warren County will be lucky to find the. more »»

Super’s contract clarified

August 1, 2014 Last month, Warren County School District Superintendent Dr. William Clark was given a two percent raise in line with his contract. more »»

WCSD: Furloughs minimal

August 1, 2014 While the summer is a busy time for the Warren County School District, there might be no piece to the puzzle of getting schools open in the fall more complicated than determining who will teach and... more »»

Saying Adios

August 1, 2014 For the past seven years, Heather Espeso has brought students from Spain to the United States to stay with host families for a month and immerse them in the English languag. more »»

Food is a common language

August 1, 2014 Every year, students learning English come the United States to immerse themselves in our language and our cultures. more »»

End Of The Line

July 31, 2014 If you’re looking for property on the cheap, judicial sale might be for you. more »»

Skerda picked for panel on juvenile justice

July 31, 2014 Gov. Tom Corbett has appointed Judge Maureen Skerda to serve on a commission that will help shape practices and procedures for addressing juvenile offenders. more »»

Kid Time, Good Time

July 31, 2014 Tuesday was family carnival day on the last day of Camp Connections at Youngsville Elementary Middle Schoo. more »»

Local dog kennels pass state inspection

July 31, 2014 The following Warren County dog kennels were inspected by Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Dog Law Enforcement officials between April 8 and July 28, 201. more »»

Remagen Bridge re-enactment Saturday in Tidioute

July 30, 2014 The 6th Annual WWII Reenactment portraying the battle at Remagen, Germany, will take place on Saturday in Tidioute. more »»

Downtown parking changes will come with ‘reminders’

July 30, 2014 Changes in parking for downtown Warren will begin to take place in September, including enforcement. The current parking ordinance will expire on Sept. 1, according to Greg Wilson, city intern. more »»

DCED regional rep visits Youngsville

July 30, 2014 A representative from the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) spent Wednesday, July 23, touring Youngsville. more »»

Program changes at YEMS

July 30, 2014 Moving the Warren County School District’s autistic and emotional support programs to Youngsville Elementary Middle School admittedly didn’t go well last yea. more »»

Meters on the way

July 30, 2014 Now that the new parking ordinance has been approved by Warren City Council, a plan to install parking meters is in place. more »»

Western Pa. gas prices dip

July 30, 2014 Western Pennsylvania gas prices dipped about four cents to $3.72 a gallon this week, according to AAA East Central. more »»

Jobless rate falls to 4.8%

July 30, 2014 Warren County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate continued to fall in June to 4. more »»



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