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Ekey’s celebrating century as family business

June 27, 2016 How many flowers can you sell in 100 years? Just ask Bob Ekey, whose family has operated the business for since 1916. more »»

100 Years

June 27, 2016 The Red Cross of Warren County is marking 100 years of service this month. more »»

Designed as temporary facility, Navy Annex lasted 70 years

June 27, 2016 The U.S. Navy Annex was not an architecturally significant building. Built in 1941, it was four stories tall, encompassed one million square feet, and was shaped liked a comb with eight fingers. more »»

4th of July fun starts at festival downtown

June 27, 2016 Warren’s Fourth of July Celebration will incorporate a downtown festival this year, in the midtown parking lot. Brandi Buchanan, chair for the Downtown Fourth Fest, said the event will run from 2 p.m. more »»

Fish-For-Free Day on July 4

June 27, 2016 No license? No problem. July 4 is Fish-for-Free Day. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is encouraging people to get out and fish the state’s waterways. more »»

Cole wanted to be in military and WAVES provided avenue

June 27, 2016 Seaman First Class Rita Cole was proud to serve her country. At the time of World War II, there were restrictions on women’s participation in the U.S. armed forces. more »»

Wartime brought women into military

June 27, 2016 Prior to World War II, several thousand women had served in the U.S. armed forces. Some disguised themselves as men in order to fight. more »»

Parade chairs will re-appear soon

June 25, 2016 It’s almost chair season in the City of Warren. If you don’t know what that means, wait until July 1 and it’ll be obvious. more »»

Cable TV provider going digital

June 25, 2016 Atlantic Broadband is going all digital. All customers who want to continue to be able to receive all available channels will have to pick up and plug in digital adapters (DTAs). more »»

Not everyone is happy with change

June 25, 2016 The changes at Atlantic Broadband are not being universally hailed as a good thing. The Housing Authority of the County of Warren will help its residents who need it with the switch. more »»

Forging ahead

June 24, 2016 Phase 1 is coming to a close and it’s time for the second phase of the Trails at Jakes Rocks system. A little over two miles of trail is complete, but it’s not ready for bicyclists yet. more »»

Warren man pleads guilty to discharging firearm

June 24, 2016 A Warren man has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from discharging a firearm at Crescent Park over the Allegheny River toward downtown Warren last year. Thomas V. more »»

Clarendon man charged with two DUIs in same day

June 24, 2016 A Clarendon man was arrested and charged twice in the same day for driving under the influence, according to Warren-based state police. more »»

Officials in early stages of planning dog park in city

June 24, 2016 City officials are in the early planning phases of bringing a dog park to Warren. The idea isn’t a new on. more »»

City hosting events — one in July, two in August — to raise funds for dog park

June 24, 2016 The City of Warren is hosting a couple events that will serve as a fundraiser in the push to set up a dog park in Warren. more »»

Warren County cadets among 91 in PSP Camp Cadet program at Allegheny College

June 24, 2016 Ninety-one young men and women ages 13-15, who reside in the Troop E patrol areas of Erie, Crawford, Warren and Venango Counties underwent intensive training at the PSP Camp Cadet program at... more »»

Russell man pleads not guilty to forgery charges

June 24, 2016 A not guilty plea turned into a bizarre courtroom exchange during arraignment proceedings on Thursday. David S. more »»

Leaders in Pa House ask Gov. Wolf to convene on special session to combat opioid crisis

June 24, 2016 Leaders in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives asked the governor to convene a special session of the General Assembly to combat the opioid crisis in the state. more »»

2 plead guilty at arraignment court

June 24, 2016 The following defendants entered guilty pleas during arraignment/change of plea proceedings on Thursday morning before President Judge Maureen Skerda. ¯ Zackery M. more »»

Detour season

June 23, 2016 By BRIAN FERRYA bridge replacement project has closed Route 958 for at least the next month. more »»

 
 

 

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