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Council begins budget process

November 4, 2014 With less then two months until the City of Warren has to have a budget in place, Warren City Council has started the 2015 budgeting process in earnest. more »»

Where Do They All Go?

November 4, 2014 The leaf collections along Warren County streets are progressing well, and it looks like it will be completed ahead of significant snowfalls. more »»

Counties may be off hook for workforce board’s errors

November 4, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners heard an update on the Northwest Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board (WIB) during their work session last week. more »»

Property tax rebate calculations changed

November 3, 2014 Cost-of-living (COLA) increases in Social Security will no longer disqualify claimants from receiving property tax rebates, after House Bill 1067 was signed into law, according to a press release... more »»

Creator of stained glass dragon checks on her artwork at WAHS

November 3, 2014 Marlene Leonard returned to Warren from New York City “desperate to do a (stained glass) window, but no one wanted to hire me,” she said. more »»

EHS work slowed by asbestos

November 3, 2014 An unexpected asbestos discovery has slowed progress on renovations of the Eisenhower complex auditorium. Warren County School District Director of Buildings and Grounds Dr. more »»

PTO group solves playground problem at Youngsville

November 3, 2014 A Parent-Teacher Organization is going to solve a problem at Youngsville Elementary Middle School. more »»

School district’s technology department on the move to Conewango Ave. site

November 3, 2014 The Warren County School District’s technology department is making a move. more »»

Can’t find WCSD’s central office? Look to the north

November 3, 2014 If you’re looking for THE Warren County School District’s Central Office and you go looking on the grounds of Warren State Hospital, you’re not going to find them there. more »»

Hundreds of seniors find little bit of everything at annual expo

November 1, 2014 From acupuncture to a Betty White look-alike contest, there was a little bit of everything at the 2014 Senior Expo. The event is a one-stop-shop clearinghouse of information for senior citizens. more »»

Incumbent Rapp faces Democratic challenger Anderson in state race

November 1, 2014 In 2012, State Rep. Kathy Rapp ran unopposed. Not this time. Rapp, representing the district since 2005, is challenged by Democrat Toby Anderson in Tuesday’s general election. more »»

Thompson challenged by Strano Taylor for seat in U.S. House

November 1, 2014 Kerith Strano Taylor is trying to do something that hasn’t been done since 1973 – represent the Pennsylvania 5th Congressional District as a Democra. more »»

Frein Captured

October 31, 2014 By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press A survivalist accused of ambushing two Pennsylvania state troopers, leaving one dead and seriously injuring the other, was captured on Thursday by U.S. more »»

Making Their Points

October 31, 2014 If interest in an election can be measured by attendance at a candidates forum, interest in next Tuesday’s general election is high. more »»

Chamber Celebrates Its Year

October 31, 2014 By BRIAN FERRY There were plenty of individual awards, but the night was about a community. more »»

2 of 3 Races At Forum

October 30, 2014 By BRIAN FERRY There will only be three races on the ballots a majority of Warren County voters see next Tuesday. more »»

Frein Captured

October 30, 2014 Local reports from northeastern Pennsylvania indicate that Eric Frein, wanted in the slaying of one Pennsylvania State Trooper and the wounding of another has been captured. more »»

Ike Band in danger

October 30, 2014 How small can a marching band get yet still be effective? That was at the heart of a discussion brought to the board by Eisenhower’s band director during Monday’s Personnel/Athletics and... more »»

Capturing A pi-THON

October 30, 2014 Students from the Learning Enrichment Center cleaned up at a recent regional math competition. Teams representing 14 different schools competed in the piTHON event at Fretz Middle School in Bradfor. more »»

Local hearing set on electric rate hike

October 30, 2014 The state Public Utility Commission has revised its schedule of public input hearings on the proposed distribution rate increase requests for FirstEnergy Corp. more »»



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