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Demolition begins for WAHS construction project

July 27, 2015 The demolition at Warren Area High School has begun. A construction project of about $14 million will follow, according to Warren County School District Director of Buildings and Grounds Services D. more »»

Espeso introducing Spanish students to English through Warren, Pa.

July 27, 2015 Laura Juez, a 17-year old student from Valladoid, Spain, has spent the month with the Cherry and Ralph McIntyre family of Starbrick. more »»

McIntyres provide home away from home

July 27, 2015 Ralph and Cherry (pronounced Sherry) McIntyre are accustomed to students from other countries staying in their home. more »»

U.S. burial flag, found at garage sale, returned years later to bombardier’s sister

July 27, 2015 In 1943, U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Charles D. “Dud” Johnson was killed while fighting in World War II. more »»

It’s Up To You

July 27, 2015 Monday ¯ Curriculum, Instruction and Technology Committee of the Warren County School District’s board of directors meets at 6 p.m., Central Office. more »»

Street paving descending on Warren next week

July 25, 2015 Street paving season will be descending on the City of Warren starting next week. more »»

March in July

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Upcoming city paving projects

July 25, 2015 The following is the list of blocks and areas to be paved in the coming weeks, according to Department of Public Works Director Mike Holtz: ¯ Allegheny Ave. from Wetmore St. to Eddy St. ¯ Eddy St. more »»

Time running out for vets bonus

July 25, 2015 Persian Gulf veterans who were Pennsylvania residents are due a bonus. Those who have not applied are running out of time. more »»

Kinzua Beach reopened

July 25, 2015 Kiznua Beach is back open for business. more »»

Source: Catania out of Stateline Speedway lease, new operator will take over

July 25, 2015 BUSTI, N.Y. — Stateline Speedway enters its fourth consecutive weekend without a wave of the green flag. more »»

Firefighter ‘hero’ at summer reading program

July 24, 2015 “Every hero has a story.” Jeremy Rulander of the Warren Fire Department visited the Slater Room at Warren Public Library on Thursday as the last special guest of the library’s summer reading progra. more »»

For The Love Of Marching

July 24, 2015 It’s just after 10:30 a.m. and the sun is already beating down on Sheffield High School’s football field. At the far end, a block of brass players work on marching techniques. more »»

Red Cross and Community Blood Bank say donors needed to lessen shortages

July 24, 2015 Blood donors are being asked to step up to the needle again this week as the Red Cross attempts to prevent a summer shortage of blood and Community Blood Bank is reporting a “critical blood shortage. more »»

Sheffield organizers: Come early

July 24, 2015 Sheffield will be alive with the sound of music starting at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Sheffield High School as the “Music on the Mountain” Drum Corps International show steps off in competition. more »»

Kiddie Pool Kickball

July 24, 2015 It’s trending. It’s viral. It’s Epic. It’s Kiddie Pool Kickball. Praise! Fellowship’s youth ministry — Epic Student Life — has received worldwide exposure this week thanks to a video. more »»

Team Warren bicyclists ride in Roswell fundraiser

July 23, 2015 A team of 27 bicyclists took to the road last month to raise over $21,000 for Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, N.Y. more »»

Following The Process

July 23, 2015 The process of branding Warren County is moving ahead. Facilitated by Terri Dennison, executive director of the Pa. more »»

Sold Out

July 23, 2015 Antlerless licenses for Warren County are sold out. The doe tags for Wildlife Management Unit 1B — including much of the western part of the county — sold out shortly after noon Tuesday. more »»



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