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Council decides not to change burning ordinance in city

June 21, 2016 There will be no changes at this time to the burning ordinance in the City of Warren. more »»

P, R, A and Y

June 21, 2016 After watching his mother, mother-in-law and wife suffer the onslaught of Alzheimer’s disease, Jim Camp is sharing his experiences as well as his advice for other caregiver. more »»

‘Through these three women...’

June 21, 2016 Jim Camp is no stranger to the “24/7 proposition” that is being a caregiver for an Alzheimer’s patient. more »»

Most residents speak in favor of current recreational burning

June 21, 2016 City of Warren Council Chambers were packed on Monday night in response to a petition from a city resident that sought to alter burning regulations in the city. more »»

Flexing its mussels

June 20, 2016 The Hunter Station Bridge project near Tionesta is not the largest bridge project in state history, but the effort to move thousands of threatened and endangered mussels that would otherwise be... more »»

City planners move forward with property plan

June 20, 2016 The City of Warren Planning Commission and Redevelopment Authority are in agreement about moving ahead with a strategic plan that will address city-owned downtown property. more »»

Hunter Station Bridge replacement project could begin this year

June 20, 2016 The Hunter Station Bridge was originally opened in 1934. It’s a little over 1,000 feet long and 22 feet wide. The truss bridge is listed as a historic structure. It has to go. more »»

With millions left, why little ol’ mussels?

June 20, 2016 Several species of freshwater mussels native to the waterways of Warren County are on the threatened and endangered lists. more »»

State Sen. Hutchinson pushes oil and gas legislation to Gov. Wolf

June 20, 2016 Legislation put forward by State Sen. Scott Hutchinson designed to protect conventional oil and gas production has been sent to the governor for his signatur. more »»

Work in progress

June 20, 2016 The Warren County Career Center is the next Warren County School District building up for renovation. more »»

PennDOT plans might put corner park on hold

June 20, 2016 A proposed park at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and Market Street in downtown Warren has been put on hold while PennDOT figures out what it wants to do with the intersection. more »»

Warren County Scores

June 18, 2016 “It’s the music that really brings you into the dream. more »»

Court considers what to do with evidence left from Sheffield police department

June 18, 2016 Closing a police department is a lot more complicated than just not responding to any more 911 calls. more »»

Reconsideration of sentence denied for Warren man who set building fire

June 18, 2016 The Warren man who set fire to a Fourth Ave. warehouse in 2013 had a motion for reconsideration of sentence denied on Friday. Joseph J. more »»

Warren County Summer Music School ‘a fixture in the community’

June 18, 2016 It’s been 27 years since Warren County Summer Music School first opened its doors and, if the reactions from its students and their guests are any indication, it’s nowhere near closing them. more »»

Jamestown police release name of shooting victim

June 18, 2016 JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — Police in Jamestown, N.Y. have released the name of a Jamestown man killed in a shooting Thursday evening. more »»

New & Improved

June 18, 2016 Warren’s cannon has returned to its post. Jacob Fankhouser refurbished the artillery piece as his Eagle Scout project. The cannon is new and improved. The job was done at minimal cost to the county. more »»

Pittsfield man waives hearing on multiple drug charges

June 18, 2016 A Pittsfield man is awaiting further court action after waiving his right to a preliminary hearing on drug-related charges Wednesday afternoon. Joshua P. more »»

On The Record

June 18, 2016 Warren Cruelty to animal. more »»

Hospice’s ‘Camp Forget Me Not’ held for youth in August

June 18, 2016 “Young people grieve differently than adults do,” said Vonnie Radecki, Bereavement Coordinator at Hospice of Warren County. “They can be sad one minute and playing the next. more »»



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