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Fun Day at Russell school filled with smiles, laughter

June 7, 2014 Students at Russell Elementary School celebrated the approaching end of the school year with a Fun Day on Thursday, with semi-organized activities in the school yard. more »»

Charged

June 7, 2014 A Warren man has been charged with 16 counts of child pornography after an investigation found two computers in a city residence that contained more than 100 graphic images of suspected child... more »»

Vandals hit city parks

June 6, 2014 We’re still two weeks away from the actual start of summer, but vandalism at City of Warren parks and playgrounds is on the rise. more »»

Leaders graduate

June 6, 2014 Photo submitted for publication The 2014 Class of Leadership Warren County graduated on Wednesday. more »»

Students complete tractor project

June 6, 2014 In early March, around 40 students at the Warren County Career Center began to restore a 1956 Ford 860 tractor. more »»

Fitness park could be open this weekend

June 6, 2014 The fitness park installed at DeFrees Park could be open as soon as this weeken. more »»

Senior Games slated for June 18 at Betts

June 6, 2014 The annual Senior Games of Warren and Forest counties, sponsored by Experience, In. more »»

Almost $60K coming here from drilling fee

June 5, 2014 Warren County will receive $58,910.17 in funds from Act 13 Impact Fees paid by natural gas drillers in Pennsylvania. The amount is more than $10,000 higher than the 2012 allocation of $47,885.83. more »»

Bleak Money Picture

June 5, 2014 Financial clouds are darkening, and the storm may not be too far from letting loose on the City of Warren’s financial healt. more »»

Vounteers sought to man Kinzua Visitors Center

June 5, 2014 The pay isn’t so good, but the surroundings are pretty spectacular. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Kinzua Dam is looking for some volunteers. more »»

Unsafe car seats replaced

June 5, 2014 A cooperative effort between the City of Warren, Conewango Township Police, the American Automobile Association and Tim Hortons is helping to insure the safety of area children riding in vehicles. more »»

Pa. hunting licenses go on sale June 9

June 5, 2014 Hunting season is still several months away, but it’s time to start thinking about i. more »»

Dance or jump

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Arc seeks input on needs of those with disabilities

June 5, 2014 The Arc of Crawford, Warren & Forest Counties wants to hear from families in Warren County about the needs of individuals with intellectual disabilitie. more »»

Pool staff practice aid skills

June 5, 2014 City of Warren swimming pool life guards had some expert company at their rescue training exercises on Wednesda. more »»

Y’ville students tackle reading challenge

June 5, 2014 Heather Tome, the Library Media Specialist at Youngsville High School, got students reading again. The reading challenge was open to all students at Youngsville High School. more »»

Burris: Vets should seek out benefits

June 5, 2014 “Am I entitled to any VA benefits?” That’s the question Warren County Veterans Affairs Director Ed Burris would like veterans to consider. more »»

Pothole help is on the way

June 4, 2014 Relief is on the way for motorists in Warren who have been battling, and dodging, potholes for months. But it’s going to take some time. more »»

Parking: Round Two

June 4, 2014 About 40 members of the public offered opinions about the city council parking committee’s proposal to revamp parking in the downtown area at the Warren Public Library Tuesday evening. more »»

Aging pop. affecting long-range planning

June 4, 2014 Looking 25 years into the future can be challenging, but, when it comes to the transportation needs of northwest Pennsylvania, the Northwest Commission Rural Planning Organization (RPO) is doing the... more »»

 
 

 

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