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Hello, Neighbor

The back yard has the barbecue, but the front porch has the community. Front Porch Day is gaining momentum. After an inaugural year during a pandemic, Warren Front Porch Day has grown to Warren County’s Front Porch Days for year two. The event will be held Saturday, Aug. 14, and ...

Community Worship Service is set for Sunday

Religious denominations have their disagreements. That’s no secret. But those issues will be pushed Sunday as people from in excess of 12 community churches will gather to worship together at the Struthers Library Theatre. The annual Community Worship Service, sponsored by the Warren ...

Officials warn of increased prevalence of ticks in area

It’s a good year for ticks and that’s not good news for those working and recreating in Warren County. Pennsylvania Acting Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell, and Department of Conservation and Natural ...

ANF seeking input on future of rec sites

Federal officials are trying to develop a five-year plan for how to spend recreation dollars that come to the Allegheny National Forest. They want your help. It’s called a Recreation Site Analysis and will review a total of 63 sites — campgrounds, picnic areas, trailheads, boat ...

Area students visit park as part of summer program

Feeding the birds, tracking down salamanders, and jumping like a deer were all on the agenda. Students in the 21st Century Summer Program have been visiting Chapman State Park. On Wednesday, the second and third graders were at the park, going through a program set up by the park’s ...

Nonprofit preserves 528 acres of land in Southwest Twp

The Foundation for Sustainable Forests has announced the preservation of 528 acres of forested land in Southwest Township. The nonprofit land trust based in Spartansburg said the Dotyville Hill Forest “includes significant frontage along Caldwell Creek’s public-access fly-fishing corridor, ...