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State lowers, that’s right, lowers cost of fishing license by dollar

November 20, 2014 By BRIAN FERRY bferry@timesobserver.com Pennsylvania anglers are getting a chance to “Catch the Value.” The cost of a fishing license is going down. That’s right, down. more »»

Housing board miffed at city’s inspection proposal

November 20, 2014 The Warren County Housing Authority (WCHA) on Tuesday discussed fees proposed by the City of Warren for inspections. “They are looking to impose $50 per unit, per rental unit, per yea. more »»

Penn Soil RC&D announces donation to 2015 Winterfest

November 19, 2014 Penn Soil RC&D Council has announced the receipt of a $1000 donation from the FirstEnergy Foundation in support of the 2015 Warren Winterfest Event. more »»

Parking protest forced changes

November 19, 2014 Warren City Council probably didn’t see this coming. more »»

‘You can’t please everybody’

November 19, 2014 Warren City Council had spent months crafting a downtown parking plan. As recently as last month, council thought it had a suitable plan in place. That changed Monday night. more »»

Area/Region News in Brief...

November 19, 2014 Arson suspect sent to prison RIDGWAY, Pa. more »»

Money Matters

November 19, 2014 Money - and spending it - was a hot topic for the Warren County School District’s board of directors at Monday night’s meeting. more »»

Student arrested in Edinboro shooting

November 19, 2014 Edinboro University officials on Tuesday announced that an arrest had been made in Monday’s fatal shooting at an off-campus housing facility. more »»

Warren native to take reins at Warren General Hospital

November 19, 2014 The Board of Directors of Warren General Hospital has announced the appointment of Richard L. Allen as the hospital’s Chief Executive Officer effective Dec. 8. more »»

Parking Protest

November 18, 2014 Changes are coming to parking in downtown Warren. more »»

WAHS band asks for new uniforms

November 18, 2014 Marching band uniforms are meant to last about ten years. When you’re pushing 14, it’s time for a change. more »»

Caring From College

November 18, 2014 When you’re the youngest of four children, having Christmas with your older siblings becomes a happy tradition. So when you have your first Christmas without them at home, it can be hard to adapt. more »»

Shooting near campus locks Edinboro down

November 18, 2014 A shooting near Edinboro University campus resulted in a lockdown Monday night. more »»

Warren man is ‘handy man’ for ship in the Red Sea

November 18, 2014 Warren native Jesse Sternberg, a Hull Maintenance Technician second class petty officer (HT2) is serving aboard the USS Makin Island in the Red Sea. more »»

Parking With A ‘Passport’

November 17, 2014 Parking meters aren’t what they used to be. more »»

Former Rose Bowl player will have heart-felt message in Rose Parade

November 17, 2014 George Lilja, Warren General Hospital’s executive director of development and marketing, knows a thing or two about the Rose Bowl and its famous New Year’s Day parade. more »»

City Council gathers more budget info

November 17, 2014 Warren City Council heard from the last two city departments as it obtained all the information needed to get a budget put together by the end of the year. more »»

Paws Along River accepting donations for thrift boutique

November 17, 2014 It’s a place to take a short break and buy something to help animals. Paws Along the River Humane Society is opening a thrift boutique — Paws and Shop. more »»

Tax-Exempt: Two Warren County Commissioners on different sides of divisive, and lingering, issue make their case

November 15, 2014 Two of the three Warren County Commissioners are still behind the effort to make sure tax-exempt properties in the county deserve that status. more »»

Tax-Exempt: Two Warren County Commissioners on different sides of divisive, and lingering, issue make their case

November 15, 2014 On Wednesday, Warren County Commissioner John Bortz made a motion to “remove ourselves and drop all outstanding litigation” regarding the tax-exempt status of several local organizations. more »»

 
 

 

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