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What to do with empty schools?

June 16, 2016 In the mid-1980s, the Warren County School District had eight elementary schools serving students in the central attendance area. more »»

Pool Time

June 16, 2016 With the forecast for the weekend showing temperatures in the mid- to high-80s and no rain, the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool and City of Warren Municipal Pool are gearing up for their peak season. more »»

More Funds For WCVB?

June 16, 2016 Local tourism officials still want to see an increase in the county’s hotel occupancy tax, but no decision has been reached yet. more »»

New Rules Don’t Apply

June 16, 2016 When a story about federal Environmental Protection Agency rules on the treatment of fracking wastewater at public facilities broke in Pennsylvania, it featured a picture of Waste Treatment... more »»

County’s new zoning officer learning fast

June 16, 2016 Michael Lyon, the new Warren County zoning officer, is in his fourth week on the job, with an admittedly steep learning curve. more »»

Warren Elks continue long tradition with annual Flag Day observance

June 15, 2016 “For all that our flag represents at home and abroad, we thank thee. more »»

Looking Up

June 15, 2016 Members of the Warren County School Board of Directors took a look around the district’s woodlots on Tuesday to see if they should move on timber management due to emerald ash borer. more »»

State agency conducts food inspections

June 15, 2016 The following establishments were recently inspected by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Services. ¯ Shaw House, 15 S. Main St. more »»

Farmers’ Market returning Saturday

June 15, 2016 The Warren Farmers’ Market will return to the midtown parking lot, beginning this Saturday, June 18. more »»

One of state’s best parades awaits July 4

June 15, 2016 When Warren celebrates the Fourth of July, we do it right. more »»

Three names removed from ‘most wanted’ list

June 15, 2016 Three of Warren County’s Top 10 Most Wanted are no longer on the list but for different reasons. more »»

Flying Free

June 14, 2016 A bald eagle that had been captured in March with lead poisoning and a broken bone was released Monday afternoon after a successful rehabilitation. more »»

Schools Raising Taxes

June 14, 2016 1.5 mills. That’s the tax increase approved by the Warren County School District board of directors during its meeting Monday night in an effort to pass a budget for the upcoming school year. more »»

Woman ID’d as house fire victim

June 14, 2016 Officials have released the name of the individual killed in a house fire on Sunday in the City of Warre. more »»

House fire survivors need help

June 14, 2016 A Sunday-afternoon house fire at 23 Plum St. that took the life of one person left four other family members without their home or belonging. more »»

Officials: Think safety first with fireworks

June 14, 2016 In the wake of a fatality in which a Warren County man was killed while using fireworks on Saturday, officials are offering safety suggestions to help keep others who choose to use fireworks this... more »»

Minugh led Black Jack as riderless horse in procession

June 13, 2016 On February 6, a ceremony was held at joint base Myer-Henderson Hall to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the death of Black Jack. more »»

Forest Invaders

June 13, 2016 Summer brings sunshine, vivid plant life and... Insect. more »»

One dies in house fire

June 13, 2016 City of Warren firefighters responded with all equipment and personnel to a house fire at 23 Plum St. at approximately 2:30 p.m. Sunday. more »»



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