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Students play role of medical detectives

A group of young Warren County medical professionals took turns evaluating patients at a new walk-in clinic on Thursday. Students in the Beaty-Warren Middle School Medical Detectives class had to try to determine what was wrong with adult volunteers who came into the classroom clinic ...

Awareness promoted during school bus safety week

Red lights mean stop. It’s National School Bus Safety Week and Warren County School District and state officials hope motorists will pay attention. On Wednesday, the district and state and local law enforcement took part in Operation Safe Stop. “This event is to bring public ...

County reports two more COVID deaths

There were two more deaths attributed to COVID-19 in the latest report from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. So far, COVID has caused or contributed to the deaths of 122 Warren County residents. There were 29 new cases and four new COVID-positive patients at Warren General Hospital ...

Council to discuss new ambulance purchase

The Warren City Council will meet in special session next week to discuss the purchase of a new ambulance. The meeting is set for Monday at 5 p.m. Fire Chief Dave Krogler said the ambulance the city is currently reviewing costs $224,000. Operations and Training Officer Steve Hoffman ...

Bail request rejected in sex offense case

A registered sex offender facing three separate dockets on allegations of child sexual abuse has waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges that he failed to keep his registration up to date. Richard D. Barrett, 55, 3435 Conewango Ave., faces two counts of failure to provide ...

Public meeting set in city’s planning process

A public meeting has been set as part of the City of Warren’s comprehensive planning process. That meeting — set for Nov. 9 at 5:30 p.m. at the Jefferson DeFrees Family Center — will be the public’s first in-person shot to contribute to the effort. A stakeholder meeting held last ...