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Two more historical markers missing

May 18, 2016 Records have revealed that two more of the state historical markers that were once in Warren County are now missing. more »»

Sheffield Outdoor Education class learns a lot in Bass Fishing 101

May 18, 2016 Mark Nowacki told the students in his brother’s outdoor education class at Sheffield High School that if they took care of their fishing equipment, it would last them a long tim. more »»

Rape suspect’s request denied at suppression hearing

May 18, 2016 A Youngsville man’s motion to have information given in an interview at Warren County Jail regarding an alleged August rape was denied during a hearing Tuesday before Judge Gregory Hammond. Joseph . more »»

ANF monitoring forest management resources

May 17, 2016 The Allegheny National Forest has detailed plans and goals for managing its resource. more »»

Fire destroys Clarendon area garage, vehicles

May 17, 2016 A fast-moving fire destroyed a garage at 810 Chapman Dam Rd. early Monday evening. Clarendon Volunteer Fire Department Chief Andy Jones said, “It was pretty well involved when we got here. more »»

Pantry Filled

May 17, 2016 “This community is so giving, so generous,” said David Snyder as he prepared to help send a few of the 50-some postal totes of food donated Saturday during the Postal Service’s annual Stamp Out... more »»

Council OKs streetscape work on Liberty St.

May 17, 2016 Contracts have been awarded for the Streetscape renovation of Liberty Street between Second and Third avenues. But it wasn’t without some argument during Warren City Council’s meeting Monday night. more »»

Memorial garden at Hospice House had special meaning for Eagle Scout

May 17, 2016 Jimmy Cowan had plenty of options for his Eagle Scout project, but the one he chose and completed was personal. more »»

Emory Mahan Scholarships awarded at GOP event

May 16, 2016 This year’s Emory Mahan Memorial Scholarship winners were recognized at Saturday evening’s Republican Spring Dinner. more »»

State candidate addresses GOP at spring dinner

May 16, 2016 John Brown, the Republican candidate for Pennsylvania’s Auditor General, spoke to a crowd of about 115 at Saturday evening’s 2016 Spring Republican Dinner at Warren’s Holiday Inn. more »»

4 Years, $200M

May 16, 2016 A vision is now in draft form for the region’s transportation needs for the next four years. And it includes over $200 million of work to roads, bridges and other transportation-related project. more »»

Corry PSP searching for possible runaway

May 16, 2016 Corry-based state police on Sunday night were continuing to search for 15-year-old Autumn Renea Snyder. She was last seen on Monday, May 9 at around 10:30 p.m. more »»

Late GOP Committee member Ed Ord honored

May 16, 2016 Warren County Republican Committee member Ash Khare presented a plaque that will hang in the Warren County GOP meeting room, which Khare dedicated to longtime committee member Ed Ord at Saturday... more »»

Developing TIP list involves lots of give and take

May 16, 2016 The Transportation Improvement plan for the five-county Northwest Rural Planning Organization is a constantly evolving document. more »»

Bridge replacement and rehab, road resurfacing and more on list for county

May 16, 2016 The following is the list of projects included in the Transportation Improvement Plan and slated for 2017-2020. more »»

Benefit planned to help woman with medical costs

May 16, 2016 Julie Woods has an infection in her breast, and doctors don’t know what causes it. Her friend Trish Mack said she has already had four surgeries, and more medical care is expecte. more »»

House Speaker details budget impasse

May 16, 2016 When the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives talks, people listen. And the Speaker , Rep. more »»

Students design new logo for CAC

May 16, 2016 The Child Advocacy Center has its new logo. more »»

Number Five

May 14, 2016 Highest in customer satisfaction. For the fifth time in seven years, Northwest Savings Bank has earned a J.D. Power Awar. more »»

‘Some consequences are beyond what you can ever realize’

May 14, 2016 Paige Wilson was going to go to California University of Pennsylvania to major in biology and pre-medicine to become a medical examiner. Instead, on Friday, she was the one being examined. more »»



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