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Boot drive to provide meals to seniors

Local News

Dollars in the boot help people in the community. The Warren Fire Fighters Union Local No. 1835 held its annual Boot Drive Friday at Pennsylvania Avenue and Liberty Street in Warren. Firefighters and Experience Inc. personnel held the boots for any motorists and pedestrians who wanted to ...

Planning for holiday walk continues

Local News

When the annual Downtown Warren Christmas Walk and Parade happens on Friday, Dec. 4, it will look a little different. With COVID-19 still taking down events, the organizers have been thinking outside the box. The annual parade will be a parade of shoe-box floats. Businesses and ...

DA, AG create task force

Local News

There has been a lot of talk about election security as Election Day — Tuesday, Nov. 3 — approaches. Warren County District Attorney Rob Greene, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, and district attorneys statewide are working together to make sure there is no impropriety on ...

Morrison Bridge repairs completed

Local News

A $1.5 million rehabilitation project that has snarled traffic over the Morrison Bridge for months has been completed. Work on the bridge — which carries Rt. 59 over the Allegheny Reservoir near Kinzua Beach — started back on May 19. A temporary traffic signal was used to control ...

Milestones at home: In 225 years, Warren has changed with the times

Local News

Editor’s note: The first part of this piece was written on Oct. 17. ¯ In 1870, David Beaty decided to retire and bought the Clemons’ 34-acre farm just across the Conewango from Warren. Beaty poured over $100,000 into building his luxurious mansion and its surroundings. He grew tired of ...

Briefs

Local News Briefs

Glade Twp. sets trick-or-treat hours GLADE — Glade Township trick-or-treating will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31. Participants are asked to follow the recommended CDC guidelines regarding social distancing and wearing masks to minimize the risk of COVID-19 transmission. TRZ ...

Several Halloween events set in Y’Ville

Community

HALLOWEEN EVENTS Halloween in the Youngsville Borough will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 31. Please remember to practice social distancing and other safety measures as much as possible. Youngsville’s Sons of the American Legion will be distributing free Halloween goodie-bags to ...

Lending a hand

Local News

From Farmers to Families. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farmers to Families Food Box program will be in Warren County on Tuesday, Oct. 27. The program provides a box of food — milk, butter, cheese, eggs, chicken, fruit, and potatoes — to families. Locally, the ...

Youngsville woman receives sentence

Cops & Court Report

A Youngsville woman was sentenced to two years probation and a fine for serving juveniles mixed drinks at a party at her home. Stefanie M. Melice, 36, Youngsville, pled guilty and was sentenced on Thursday to a count of corruption of minors. A count of selling or furnishing liquor to a ...

Soccer team volunteers at Hospice House

Local News

Many hands — especially when they are young and strong — make light work. On Sunday, the Warren Area High School boys soccer team performed some volunteer community service at the Hospice House of Warren County. “The WAHS soccer team, along with their coaches, parents, friends, and ...

Child endangerment plea entered Thursday

Cops & Court Report

A Bear Lake woman has pled guilty to possession and child endangerment charges in the wake of poisoning a 4-month-old child with methamphetamine. Kodie L. Fuller entered the plea on Thursday before President Judge Maureen Skerda to possession of a controlled substance and endangering the ...

Fish and Boat panel updates trout plan, regs

Local News

Boating and fishing activity continues to be up across the Commonwealth. Likely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a surge in licenses this spring and summer and that has continued into the fall. The update was provided by Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Executive Director ...

On The Record

Cops & Court Report

Central Warren County — District Judge Raymond Zydonik Possession. Amanda N. McClellan, 37, Warren, was charged by City of Warren police on Oct. 19 with two counts of possession of a controlled substance and a single count of possession of drug paraphernalia from an incident that occurred ...

City council to receive funds for road work

Local News

The City of Warren is set to receive approximately $925,000 for the repair of a total of six blocks of roadway in the city. Department of Public Works Director Mike Holtz said that the West Fifth Avenue from Hickory Street to Laurel Street and Madison Avenue from Averill Street to Malvina ...

Boot drive now

Local News

This year's City of Warren Fire Fighters Union boot drive benefits seniors in Warren and Forest counties. The drive is going on through 4:30 p.m. today at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Liberty Street. Union members and Experience Inc. personnel are at the intersection with ...

Sex offender busted with child porn to head to state prison

Local News

A Russell sex offender is headed to state prison after probation officers busted him with child pornography. Teddy W. L. Bair, 23, was sentenced by Judge Gregory Hammond Friday on a count of criminal use of a communication facility. A count of child pornography was not prosecuted by the ...

Morrison Bridge work to be completed today

Local News

A $1.5 million rehabilitation project that has snarled traffic over the Morrison Bridge for months is set to be complete on Friday. Work on the bridge - which carries Rt. 59 over the Allegheny Reservoir near Kinzua Beach - started back on May 19. A temporary traffic signal was used to control ...