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It looks real, but it isn’t

July 28, 2016 Students at Struthers Library Theatre have been kicking butt this wee. more »»

City paving to start this week

July 28, 2016 The City of Warren’s annual paving work is set to kick off later this wee. more »»

Here’s paving list

July 28, 2016 The City of Warren provided by the following list of streets that are set to be re-paved this year: Harmar Street from Main Avenue to the dead end. more »»

A Walkable Winner

July 27, 2016 According to a press release by the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Planning Association, the Walkable Warren corridor has been named one of two Great Public Street. more »»

Dry, and it could get worse

July 27, 2016 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate. more »»

Warren Area High School project ‘making great strides’

July 27, 2016 The renovation of Warren Area High School is moving along. “We’re making great strides,” Director of Buildings and Grounds Services Dr. Norbert Kennerknecht told the school board on Monday. more »»

Confiscated firearms to be destroyed

July 27, 2016 The Warren County District Attorney’s office will destroy firearms left in the evidence lockers of the now-defunct Sheffield Township Police Department. more »»

Northwest Bancshares, Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2016 Results and Quarterly Dividend

July 26, 2016 Northwest Bancshares, Inc. (NasdaqGS: NWBI) announced a net loss for the quarter ended June 30, 2016 of $7.0 million, or $0.07 per diluted share. This represents a decrease of $22. more »»

‘Pretty far apart’

July 26, 2016 The school board and the teachers union are still “pretty far apar. more »»

Thunderstorms knock tree over Main Ave., calmer weather coming

July 26, 2016 Rain poured down over Warren Monday afternoon, but the results were in stark comparison to June’s storms. more »»

Russell’s Massa back after serving 10 months in Africa with AgriCorps

July 26, 2016 Renee Massa, of Russell, spent ten months in Ghana as a AgriCorps volunteer, and she would go back “in a heartbeat,” she sai. more »»

Lower totals revealed in state-wide bat count

July 26, 2016 What roost like chickens, have pups like foxes, and are the only mammals to actually fly? Bats. What’s left of them, anyway. more »»

Beanfields Project Planned

July 25, 2016 The Beanfields will soon have better access. more »»

ANF studies mountain-bike extension

July 25, 2016 After a proposal about utilizing trails in the Tracy Ridge trail system was submitted by the Northern Allegheny Mountain Bicycling Association (NAMBA) and the Western New York Mountain Bicycling... more »»

Boyer didn’t share combat stories, just his pride in how he served

July 25, 2016 “These guys were 18, 19, 20 years old,” said George Boyer, Jr. “’Ever fly a plan before?’ ‘No, but I’m willing to learn.’ What a rush that might have been. more »»

Hybrid Flower Lesson

July 25, 2016 To build on and extend the skills and knowledge gained during their garden project at Youngsville Elementary School, for which they earned both their gardening and flower patches and the Bronze Awar... more »»

Down time

July 23, 2016 The dam at Chapman State Park does not meet “probable maximum flood” requirements. There’s an inoperable valve in the control tower. more »»

Class Act: Warren High’s Class of 1946 celebrates with 70-year reunion lunch

July 23, 2016 “It’s nice to be vertical,” said Dave Leidig, who graduated from Warren High School in 1946. Leidig, who now lives in Rochester, N.Y., had plenty of memories of Warren growing up. more »»

Game Commission bans drones; says they ‘have caused concern for wildlife’

July 23, 2016 Because of several instances where remote-controlled drones have adversely affected wildlife, the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners voted unanimously to prohibit on Game Commission-controlled... more »»

Meanwhile, kids in the 21st Century Summer Program use Chapman as an outdoor classroom

July 23, 2016 For many, Chapman State Park is all about a little bit of outdoor rest and relaxation. For students in the 21st Century Summer Program earlier this week, it was an outdoor classroom and science lab. more »»

 
 

 

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