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GOP pols: More logging, less acquiring of fed. land

June 24, 2014 U. S. Sen. Pat Toomey wants the Forest Service to spend its forest funds on maintenance, upkeep and control of invasive species on existing federal land, rather than in the acquisition of more land. more »»

City selling part of Mulberry Park

June 24, 2014 Mulberry Park in the City of Warren is about to get a little bit smaller. In April, Warren City Council approved a subdivision of the park. A potential sale was at the heart of that move. more »»

Fate of geothermal system concerns TAWC

June 23, 2014 The final disposition of the geothermal system located near Clark Street is still a point of concern for the Transit Authority of Warren County. And it is looking into what can be done about it. more »»

He jumped into darkness to find an enemy ahead

June 23, 2014 “Hell, we were young. We were stupid. You had to be kind of crazy (if) you don’t care too much to jump out of anything. more »»

Council approves camping exception for July 4 holiday

June 23, 2014 While by ordinance it is illegal for people to camp in City of Warren parks, an exception was made for the 4th of July celebration. more »»

Regional study for bus service advances

June 23, 2014 Regionalization is still on the table for the Transit Authority of Warren County. more »»

WINS founder Welker wins award

June 23, 2014 The founder of multiple environmental programs in and around the Allegheny National Forest has won a statewide award for his efforts to better the environment. more »»

Bills expand discounts for disabled vets

June 23, 2014 Two bills reducing the fee for hunting and fishing licenses for disabled veterans have been sent to Gov. Tom Corbett for his signature. more »»

Garden Grove

June 21, 2014 Volunteers have been tending the garden outside First Presbyterian Church in Sugar Grove for almost 15 years. more »»

Area/State News In Brief

June 21, 2014 PennDOT plans road projects PennDOT crews in Warren County will be working on the following projects next week, weather permitting: ¯ Route 6, Brokenstaw Township, shoulder cutting ¯ Rt. more »»

A-mazing Robotics

June 21, 2014 It was a futuristic morning at Hi-Ed Friday. more »»

Abuse over long locks worth it to fight cancer

June 21, 2014 Sometimes you can’t hear them talk, but other times you can And it’s the same old cliches, is it woman or a man — Bob Seger 1972 Jim Spangler knew people were snickering, but he didn’t care. more »»

More paving in city

June 21, 2014 An additional $80,000 in paving is coming to the City of Warren. more »»

A night of drunken violence, then prison time

June 21, 2014 A Warren County man who was found highly intoxicated after he wandered into a Carver Street apartment last August, was thrown out by the female resident and urinated on the floor of Warren General... more »»

Cleaning A Big Blue One...

June 20, 2014 BY ROB ANDERSEN randersen@timesobserver.com “Big Blue,” the city’s parking garage on Clark Street is getting a makeover by a crew from the city’s Department of Public Works this wee. more »»

Selling An East Side One...

June 20, 2014 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com While the City of Warren grapples with a downtown parking proposal, some public parking on the east side has been put up for sale. more »»

City RDA returns to roots with east side project

June 20, 2014 bferry@timesobserver.com The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority is more than a group that arranges for demolition of blighted properties. more »»

Panel tackles two nuisance mobile homes

June 20, 2014 bklein@timesobserver.com The Warren County Blight Review Committee discussed a Town Line Road property with two dilapidated mobile homes on Thursday. more »»

East Side Spruce Up

June 19, 2014 bferry@timesobserver.com The City of Warren Planning Commission is raising the stakes in the plan to offer dollars to freshen up the city’s east side. more »»

Damp But Not Done In

June 19, 2014 bklein@timesobserver.com A little rain won’t slow them down. The annual Senior Games of Warren and Forest counties, sponsored by Experience, Inc. more »»

 
 

 

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