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PA Auditor General in Warren on Wednesday

March 28, 2016 The Pennsylvania Auditor General, Eugene DePasquale, will visit the Warren County Courthouse on Wednesday, March 30, to discuss current Pennsylvania audits related to Warren County. more »»

Happy Easter!

March 26, 2016 Giving back and making the world a better place. One Easter basket at a time. more »»

Mom Prom

March 26, 2016 “You’re thinking of things for your kids, not yourself. You’re the lowest thing on your priority list.” That’s why, Caring for Life (CFL) President Darbee Harrington said, the program exists. more »»

What is CASA? And why are they so special?

March 26, 2016 “It’s the hardest job you’ll ever love,” said Melissa McLean, when asked what she felt were the best and worst parts of being a CASA volunteer. more »»

Aggression therapy — new from Family Services

March 26, 2016 “Provide the highest quality behavioral health services for all.” Family Services of Warren County is taking its mission and adding yet another facet to its service. more »»

Northwest buys insurance agency

March 25, 2016 Northwest Savings Bank has signed an agreement to purchase Best Insurance Agency, Inc., an employee benefits and property casualty insurance fir. more »»

Planting Planned

March 25, 2016 New trees will be coming to the City of Warren in the next couple months. more »»

Watson Twp. supervisors set spring Clean-Up Day

March 25, 2016 The Watson Township supervisors have scheduled their Spring Trash Clean-up Day for township residents and camp owners from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 7, at the township community building. more »»

New site for work-release inmates proposed

March 25, 2016 A proposal to relieve overcrowding concerns at the Warren County Jail is on the table. more »»

Well-Deserved Honor

March 25, 2016 “If somebody needs help with something dealing with kids and the outdoors, I want to be there,” said Dick Smith, who has been volunteering with mentoring youth in hunting and fishing programs for “a... more »»

Community Foundation’s deadline for helping college students nears

March 25, 2016 The deadline for submitting an application for the 20 scholarships being awarded by the Community Foundation of Warren County is fast approaching. more »»

Dogwood Doomed?

March 24, 2016 Upcoming Streetscape work to Liberty Street is going to result in changes to the plaza where the Santa House is located as well as the loss of an award-winning kousa dogwood tree. more »»

Commissioners approve four designations for April

March 24, 2016 Warren County will observe child abuse prevention month in April. As part of the annual observation, county officials will plant 365 pinwheels in the courthouse lawn at 10 a.m. more »»

Downtown parking complaints aired again

March 24, 2016 Warren City Council heard about parking problems again on Monday but didn’t discuss any potential action. more »»

Warren General named Distinction Center+ for its maternity care unit

March 24, 2016 Warren General Hospital has been designated as one of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Blue Distinction Center+ for maternity care. more »»

County pays its share of keeping TAWC’s fixed-route buses on road

March 24, 2016 The Warren County Commissioners agreed to pay their portion of a three-way agreement involving the Transit Authority of Warren County and Experience Inc. more »»

Reading man accused in theft of car surrenders to police

March 24, 2016 A Reading man was arrested after stealing a vehicle from a Sheffield woman and then turning himself in to state police. more »»

Community Foundation sending monetary ‘gifts’

March 23, 2016 The Community Foundation of Warren County will send out payments to more than 60 organizations. At their March meeting, board members “approved the distribution of $419,328. more »»

Street May Lose Its Bricks

March 23, 2016 There aren’t too many brick streets left in the City of Warren. And the number might dwindle by two city blocks of one street this summer – Water Street from Market Street to Pennsylvania Avenue. more »»

Arson suspect pleads guilty

March 23, 2016 The Warren man accused of starting a 2013 fire that destroyed a Fourth Avenue building pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges relating to the case. The case against Joseph J. more »»



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