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2,653 miles. 420,800 feet of elevation gain. Hours upon hours upon hours on the trail. But the miles and the climbing aren’t just static numbers on a page. The beauty is the culmination of experiences, relationships and stunning vistas that come along the way. Just ask Cole Burke ...

No-Shave November for ‘CAC’

Halloween signals the time of year when things are about to get hairy for the City of Warren Police Department. The department’s officers have been given special dispensation by their chief to participate in No-Shave November. All officers are participating and will not be shaving their ...

Warren man sentenced to 5 years for multiple drug deals, DUIs

A Warren man will spend a minimum of over five years in state prison as the result of multiple drug deals and multiple DUIs. Cody A. Flick, 34, was sentenced to charges at three dockets during sentencing proceedings on Friday before President Judge Maureen Skerda. Those charges include two ...

Four years for Warren man charged in overdose death

One of three men charged in the 2017 overdose death of a Warren man will spend nearly four years in state prison. Douglas A. Harkins of Sugar Grove, Cody A. Streit of Warren, and Michael J. Marshall of Warren, were each charged in the death of Robert Marshall, 24, of Warren. Streit was ...

Burglary spree nets man state sentence

The third of three men charged in connection with a late 2018 burglary crime spree has been sent to state prison. Jack E. Ferry, 44, 3 New St., Warren, was sentenced on Friday by President Judge Maureen Skerda. The charges include four counts of receiving stolen property, possession of a ...

More RDA properties demolished in Clarendon

Demolition efforts push on in Warren County in what is the “most ambitious” effort to address blight by the County Redevelopment Association in the past decade. Beginning at an Economy Street property, Tidioute Borough, the RDA in conjunction with the Commissioners’ Office and several ...

Children’s Advocacy Center has new director

The Warren County Children’s Advocacy Center has a new director. Melissa McLean took over the role in October after an extensive search. “There was a vacancy,” CAC board vice-president Tony Chimenti said. “We had to evaluate the special needs that we have for this position.” In ...

A success: Drug takeback collects nearly 500 pounds

Since 2010, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration has provided citizens with a way to safely dispose of unwanted prescription medications. On Saturday, Oct. 26, Warren County — Youngsville Borough Police, City of Warren Police, and the Warren County Sheriff’s Office — participated in ...

County: How to vote Tuesday on new machines

Voting is just around the corner, and with newly-elected officials comes new voting machines this year. No need to panic, the county has put together a video tutorial to make voting a breeze. The new system offers a highly-effective and secure way of voting and offers multiple ...

Impeachment resolution condemned by state GOP

Democrats in the House of Representatives on Thursday set the ground rules for the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump. Unsurprisingly, the Republicans in the Pennsylvania House delegation - including Glenn Thompson - have blasted that move. Thompson, in conjunction with ...

On The Record

Brokenstraw Twp. Found property. A mountain bike was found in the area of Thatcher Lane and Route 6 in Youngsville. To claim the bicycle, contact state police at the Warren barracks to positively identify it.

Thursday arraignment hearings

Two guilty pleas were entered while nine not guilty pleas were entered during arraignment proceedings before Judge Gregory Hammond on Thursday. The following defendants pled guilty: ¯ Fletcher T. Kay, Warren, to DUI: Highest rate of alcohol - first offense and careless driving. Charges ...

National Fuel issues decrease in charges

Just as furnaces start to crank up to combat the chill in the air, some good news is also in the air. There just might be enough left over from your gas bill to warm up with an extra cup of hot chocolate. National Fuel announced on Thursday that it submitted to the Pennsylvania Public ...

Anthony pleads not guilty

A Warren man facing a litany of sexual offense charges has entered a procedural not guilty plea. Thomas G. Anthony, 51, entered the plea before Judge Gregory Hammond on Thursday during arraignment proceedings. In the span of a week in September, Anthony was charged with two slates of sex ...

Briefs…

Fire police to meet The Warren County Fire Police will meet at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 3, at the County Warehouse in Starbrick. Passport Fair The U.S. Postal Service has made applying for your passport easier with the launch of the USPS Retail Customer Appointment Scheduler tool (RCAS) on ...

Preliminary hearings

Four defendants entered guilty pleas during preliminary hearings held on Wednesday at the Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Laurie A. Bennett, Warren, to marijuana - small amount personal use. A count of possession of drug paraphernalia was withdrawn. ¯ John Farnsworth, Warren, to harassment ...

Every new beginning comes from an end

Leaves were coming down. Trees were going up. City of Warren crews began the planting of 53 street trees on Thursday. Typically, the seasonal planting includes a number of trees going into parks, but this fall planting is exclusively street trees. City officials identified locations of ...

Soccer players volunteer hands for Hospice

Soccer players found some time to work with their hands recently. The Warren Area High School boys soccer team volunteered at the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Residence doing yardwork and making sure the grounds were looking right. “The Hospice House Residence held its annual work bee ...

Hill & Dale Garden Club meets in Oct., nominates officers

The Hill & Dale Garden Club meeting was held on October 23 at the Wiltsie Community Church. Ruth welcomed everyone and led us in the Pledge to the Flag. She thanked the church for having us and, as Veteran’s Day is November 11th, remembered anyone who has served in the military. ...