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Voice of ‘Das Bull’

May 14, 2016 While other parents are hustling back and forth between baseball practices, travel soccer, or other activities in the spring, Jodi and I spend a decent amount of time hustling our youngest son, Seth... more »»

To mark ‘Building Safety Month’, city officials offer common sense reminders

May 14, 2016 May is “Building Safety Month” and the City of Warren Codes Department want to offer some common sense tips to ensuring your property stays safe. more »»

It wasn’t a real fatal accident ... but it sure looked like one

May 14, 2016 “Say something! Paige, say something!” Paige couldn’t say something—she was already dead. more »»

Passing the torch

May 13, 2016 In 1972, Cliff and Annabel Bollinger founded Warren ARC Enterprises, Inc, as a way to provide opportunities to the special needs community. more »»

Passing the torch

May 13, 2016 “It’s in my DNA.” When Warren County School District Superintendent Dr. more »»

County funding stream to Rouse Home approved

May 13, 2016 An intergovernmental transfer (IGT) approved by the Warren County Commissioners during their meeting Thursday will bring roughly $800,000 in funding to the Rouse Home. more »»

‘Science on the road’ visits St. Joe’s

May 13, 2016 St. Joseph’s School students spent the better part of Thursday learning basic chemistry from the Carnegie Science Center “Science on the Road. more »»

New Deputy Forest Supervisor at ANF

May 13, 2016 Beginning Monday, May 16, the Allegheny National Forest will have a new Deputy Forest Supervisor. more »»

CareerLink has new home

May 13, 2016 The Warren County site of Pennsylvania CareerLink has officially moved from its familiar location in the BiLo Plaza to the Struthers Building at 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue W. more »»

Woman charged for leaving kids unattended in vehicle

May 12, 2016 A Bradford woman faces charges after she allegedly left her children in her vehicle for about half an hour while she was having drinks. Hallie K. more »»

Happy birthday!: Warren Players celebrate 85 years

May 12, 2016 After 85 years, Warren Players is still providing local theater in Warren County. The group celebrated its birthday, not surprisingly, with singing and dancing on Tuesday at Struthers Library Theatre. more »»

Making their mark

May 12, 2016 It’s a large job putting up 1,200 flags on veterans’ markers in St. Joseph Cemetery, so two little girls are making a big dent in the wor. more »»

Waiting list of 40 for Tidioute Charter

May 12, 2016 Another year, another waiting list. The number of students looking to get into Tidioute Community Charter School would push the school over its enrollment capacit. more »»

WCSD pays Tidioute Charter ‘on time, up to date’

May 12, 2016 As it was for schools all across Pennsylvania, the 2015-2016 school year was a tough one in terms of money for Tidioute Community Charter School. more »»

With spring, city fields more high-grass complaints

May 12, 2016 Spring has sprung and the grass is growing. And that means the City of Warren is starting to field high-grass complaints. The height limit in the city? Eight inches. more »»

Two from district receive Woodson Award

May 12, 2016 Dr. Lauretta Woodson was a teacher, a professor, and an education activist. She wanted outstanding educators and support professionals to be recognized. more »»

Where to dispose of cut grass

May 12, 2016 So your grass got high. You cut it. Now what should you do with it? “Homeowners should invest in a mower with a mulching blade,” said City of Warren Manager Nancy Freenock. more »»

‘Snack Time’ open at WAEC

May 12, 2016 “Snack time can be a trigger for some students,” said Warren Area Elementary Center’s Kindergarten through second grade guidance counselor Matt Menard. more »»

Bicycle violations in city pick up steam with summer vacation

May 12, 2016 How are traffic laws different for bicycles? They aren’t, according to Warren City Police Sgt. Brandon Deppen. “Some (bicyclists) feel they don’t have to stop for red lights, but they do,” he said. more »»

Firefighters battle blaze in Tidioute

May 11, 2016 A house fire in Tidioute drew firefighters from Warren and Forest counties early Tuesday morning. Lt. J.R. more »»



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