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New Youth Connection hits stride with students

April 17, 2014 Youth Connection performed for students at Allegheny Valley Elementary School in Clarendon on Tuesday, including a seven-and-half-minute medley of no less than 27 songs. more »»

Financial problems mount for downtown geothermal system

April 16, 2014 Despite the sign on the door last Thursday, electricity to the big blue parking garage in downtown Warren is not in jeopardy of being shut off on May . more »»

Board wants details on move

April 16, 2014 If the Warren County School District board of directors gets its way, clarity on the move of central office and the process of renovating Warren Area High School will be forthcoming. more »»

$20K to clean meth lab apt.

April 16, 2014 $20,000. That’s the approximate cost of decontaminating an apartment at Riverview Terrace that was the found to be the site of a methamphetamine lab late last month. more »»

County blight: Some progress along with some frustration

April 16, 2014 Several blighted properties in Warren County are showing progress, while others seem to be at a standstill. more »»

Commissioners vent to congressional rep about Rural Schools program

April 16, 2014 When Joe Fadden, senior field representative for Congressman Glenn Thompson (R-5), attended a meeting of the Warren County Commissioners, he didn’t have anything in particular for them. more »»

County document disposal requires a professional

April 15, 2014 Warren County has too many documents. more »»

Y’ville Council tables talk of merger by ROY

April 15, 2014 Youngsville Borough Council discussed the possible merger of Revitalization of Youngsville (ROY) with the municipality as a borough committee Monday, but tabled the action for further discussion. more »»

Long prison term for child rape, child porn

April 15, 2014 A Warren man will serve 15 to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to a host of felony charges ranging from rape of a child to child pornography. Edward D. more »»

Fire departments’ web presence moving forward

April 15, 2014 A project to provide a web presence for the county’s fire departments that includes a forum to provide information, enhance recruitment efforts and improve inter-department and public communication... more »»

South Street sale OK’d

April 15, 2014 United Refining Company, you’ve got yourself a vacant school. more »»

School directors cutting final ties with Pittsfield Elem.

April 15, 2014 It has taken over 10 years, but the Warren County School District is almost no longer tied to the former Pittsfield Elementary School. more »»

Chin out in a plexiglass bubble at 15,000 feet

April 14, 2014 “March 12, 1945 -Frankfurt” “March 18, 1945 -Berlin” “April 19, 1945 - Czechoslovakia” Charles Bennett recorded each of his 43 combat missions — made in the nose of a B17 bomber during WWII — in a... more »»

Learning Outside Classroom

April 14, 2014 Research and development. Sales. Marketing. Ethics. Confidence. Juniors at Youngsville High School spent the past week working on a business project. more »»

PennDOT issues safety reminder to motorists about work zones

April 14, 2014 There were more than 1,800 crashes in Pennsylvania work zones in 2013 and with Act 89 transportation projects ramping up, PennDOT and the Pennsylvania State Police are reminding motorists to drive... more »»

Flamingos will flock at anyone’s home for a price in fund-raiser

April 14, 2014 Do you know someone who would appreciate a lawn full of plastic flamingos for a day? First Presbyterian Church’s Mission Committee is holding a fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society’s... more »»

It’s Up To You

April 14, 2014 Monday ¯ Warren County Commissioners meet for a work session, 10 a.m., conference room, Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Youngsville Borough Council meets at 4:30 p.m., borough building. more »»

A lesson well learned

April 12, 2014 Linda Ford of Warren learned CPR when she worked for Penelec during the 1980s, and kept up her certification throughout the years, thinking it was a skill she would never need. Around 1 p.. more »»

Volunteers saluted for their work

April 12, 2014 National Volunteer Week is intended to bring recognition to those who already volunteer while inspiring others to join the ranks. more »»



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