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September 2, 2014 Cleaning up the Allegheny River is good, but it isn’t enough. more »»

Same-sex? no problem for county magistrates

September 2, 2014 If district justices perform marriage ceremonies in the commonwealth, they are forbidden to discriminate against same-sex marriages. more »»

School prep is ‘fast and furious’

September 2, 2014 The Warren County School District is going “fast and furious” preparing for the upcoming school year, according to Superintendent Dr. William Clar. more »»

Pine St. pump station project progressing

September 2, 2014 Work on the Pine Street pump station is progressing after two months of work. more »»

Board OKs position for cyber classes

September 2, 2014 Developing a more comprehensive cyber-school presence in the Warren County School District is going to require some additional help. more »»

Local jobless rate ticks up slightly

September 2, 2014 Warren County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased slightly in June to 4. more »»

Academic coaches update board on their program

September 2, 2014 In an effort to keep informed and updated on district programs and services, the Warren County School District board of directors heard from the district’s two academic coaches during a Curriculum,... more »»

Public input sought on River Landing project

September 1, 2014 The public is invited to attend a second public meeting on the River Landing at Warren on Thursday, Sept. 18, from 5 to 7 p.m. in community room at Northwest Savings Bank, 305 Second Av. more »»

New regs changing lunches at school

September 1, 2014 With the start of school comes a return to school lunches for over 4,000 kids in Warren Count. more »»

Board wraps paperwork for WAHS plans

September 1, 2014 Pulling off a school renovation likely to exceed $20 million requires quite a bit of paperwork. And bureaucrac. more »»

New Students, New Halls

September 1, 2014 The latest Warren County School District building is ready for school. Teachers and staff at Eisenhower Elementary School are looking forward to working in a brand new facility. more »»

Student’s visa poses problem for district

September 1, 2014 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver. more »»

Beaty courts

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Imagination Needed

August 30, 2014 There is plenty of space to play outside Eisenhower Elementary School. But there are no swings, no slides, and no balance beams. more »»

Poles Prove Problem

August 30, 2014 Construction butted heads with tradition during Monday’s meeting of the Warren County School District board’s Physical Plant & Facilities Committee. more »»

Board invokes medical transfer exemption

August 30, 2014 Policy 10102, enacted last year, outlines how students are assigned, and can transfer, to schools in the Warren County School Distric. more »»

City seeking buyer(s) for east side parking lot

August 30, 2014 The City of Warren is accepting bids for three pieces of property in the Elm St. parking lot by Friday Sept. 5 at 10 a.m. Warren City Council approved putting the Elm St. more »»

Greek families fled hunger, upheaval

August 29, 2014 For Magda Fanaritis, the United States has been her home since birth. But don’t think for a second that her Greek heritage hasn’t come, too. That’s the beauty of our “Melting Pot. more »»

EHS’ renovated gym open for everything except sitting

August 29, 2014 New bleachers, refinished floor. The gymnasium is receiving an overhaul as part of the renovations at Eisenhower Middle High School. more »»

Italians congregated in the westside

August 29, 2014 The Gerardis were one of dozens of Italian families that found their way to Warren’s west side. They hold onto their roots. more »»



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