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Bike bids to be opened Friday

June 19, 2014 Tuesday was the final day to look over 45 bikes from the 2012-2013 lost and found bike auction for the City of Warren. more »»

Area News In Brief...

June 19, 2014 Humane Society shelter closed Paws Along the River Humane Society will be closed Saturday, June 21, for volunteer training. Regular hours will resume Monday, June 23. more »»

Area News In Brief...

June 19, 2014 Area News In Brief... more »»

Parking: The Final Plan

June 18, 2014 A proposed parking ordinance is taking shape as Warren City Council on Monday gave city administration a blueprint to follow. more »»

Parking: The Final Plan

June 18, 2014 A proposed parking ordinance is taking shape as Warren City Council on Monday gave city administration a blueprint to follow. more »»

‘Big Blue’ needs some work

June 18, 2014 By JOSH COTTON Part of the success of any parking plan in downtown Warren is more fully utilizing “Big Blue,” the Clark Street parking garage. more »»

Panel still working on a number of properties

June 18, 2014 The Miller property in Clarendon Borough isn’t the only property on the Warren County Redevelopment Authority’s list. more »»

W. Forest lists honors

June 18, 2014 Honor Roll 4th Quarter HIGHEST HONOR Grade 7 Christopher Pedersen Grade 8 Steven Barnett Grade 10 Mariel Hanely Grade 12 McKenna Hanely, Jill Wallace HIGH HONOR Grade 7 Dylan Burton, Gabrielle... more »»

City hires counsel on sewer contracts

June 17, 2014 The City of Warren has agreements with Conewango, Glade and Pleasant townships for wastewater treatment services. With the city in the midst of a $2. more »»

Suspect captured

June 17, 2014 A suspect, described as dangerous by Warren City Police, and wanted for assault and stolen vehicle which occurred Tuesday morning in Warren, was captured Tuesday evening. more »»

Tip leads to arrest of Warren man

June 17, 2014 A man who allegedly attacked his mother and stole her car Tuesday morning was captured Tuesday evening. more »»

New Venue, Same Mission

June 17, 2014 Warren Farmer’s Market celebrated its 40th anniversary in a new location and warm welcome Saturday morning. “It was wonderful, overwhelming,” Michele Bango of Warren Farmer’s Market said. more »»

World’s Largest Swimming Lesson

June 17, 2014 Learn to swim and break a world record. The Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool in Youngsville will participate in the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson on Friday, June 20, at 11 a.m. more »»

Council endorses Walkable Warren

June 17, 2014 Warren City Council has given its blessing to Walkable Warren, a project that will seek to connect, via existing infrastructure, assets in Warren to draw people in. more »»

Many wells in sensitive areas not inspected

June 16, 2014 While 40 percent of new oil and gas wells in ecologically sensitive areas across the nation have not been inspected, it is not an issue in Pennsylvania. more »»

A Marine has passed, but his words live on

June 16, 2014 Dick Graves didn’t talk about his service in World War II for more than 50 years after coming back from the Pacific in 1945. more »»

‘It don’t make for good remembering.’

June 16, 2014 He always did what he had to do. But sometimes he saw only what he wanted to see. Dick Graves was in the thick of the battle for Okinawa during the early summer of 1945. more »»

Sugar Grove Library part of summer lunch program

June 16, 2014 Sugar Grove is on board with the Summer Food Service Program. Children 18 years old and younger will be able to enjoy free lunches Monday through Friday between noon and 1 p.m. more »»

Need bike? Police holding auction

June 14, 2014 BY ROB ANDERSEN Bicycles impounded by the City of Warren during 2012 and 2013 will be auctioned later this month. more »»



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