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Greek families fled hunger, upheaval

August 29, 2014 For Magda Fanaritis, the United States has been her home since birth. But don’t think for a second that her Greek heritage hasn’t come, too. That’s the beauty of our “Melting Pot. more »»

EHS’ renovated gym open for everything except sitting

August 29, 2014 New bleachers, refinished floor. The gymnasium is receiving an overhaul as part of the renovations at Eisenhower Middle High School. more »»

Italians congregated in the westside

August 29, 2014 The Gerardis were one of dozens of Italian families that found their way to Warren’s west side. They hold onto their roots. more »»

Parents angry over district transfer policy

August 29, 2014 The policy change on the assignment of students to attendance area pushed through during the Aug. more »»

Administrators: Transfers remain problematic

August 29, 2014 Just because the Warren County School District clarified language in the transfer policy at a meeting earlier this month doesn’t mean that issues with enrollment and transfers are going to go aw. more »»

The New Ike

August 28, 2014 With the start of a new school year less than a week away, the Warren County School District’s new northern attendance area campus is nearing completion. more »»

Warren changes sewer billing

August 28, 2014 Nearly two years after switching to a third-party biller, the City of Warren is returning to billing property owners for sewage usage in an attempt to reduce the number of delinquent accounts, most... more »»

Inmates log 1,000 hours of service

August 28, 2014 The Warren County Prison Work Crew Program had a busy month in July with over 1,000 hours of community service work for the citizens of Warren Count. more »»

Millions More

August 27, 2014 The Warren County School District board of directors on Monday got a glimpse into what a renovated Warren Area High School might look like. It isn’t going to come cheap. more »»

Mussel-ing In

August 27, 2014 About 50,000 threatened and endangered mussels are in the kill zone for the Hunter Station Bridge replacement project slated for 2016. They have to be moved before the project can begin. more »»

Conewango Creek dam removed

August 27, 2014 Removal of a breached orphan dam began Monday that will leave the Conewango Creek completely free-flowing from New York State to the confluence with the Allegheny Rive. more »»

Prison board mulls contract for inmate meds

August 27, 2014 The Warren County Prison board is moving forward bidding out prisoners’ prescription drugs. more »»

Called Back

August 26, 2014 While it looked like numerous teachers and support staff were likely to lose their jobs during budget season, most have since been called back. more »»

Chapman draw-down slated for 2015

August 26, 2014 Details are starting to come together regarding a significant dam repair at Chapman State Park that will require a drawdown of the reservoi. more »»

Charged while awaiting sentencing

August 26, 2014 Five days after he entered a guilty plea on drug dealing charges, a Warren man was arrested for possession with intent to deliver bath salt. more »»

Sex offender sentenced to state prison

August 26, 2014 A convicted sex offender from Warren was sentenced to five to 10 years in state prison Monday for failing to comply with registration requirements. more »»

Crowley honored by Struthers Theatre

August 26, 2014 Each summer for the past six years, the staff, trustees and Friends of the Library Theatre host a party for the theatre volunteers. more »»

‘He could have been famous...’

August 25, 2014 Quinn Smith was a man bound up in local history, a small and unassuming man, but with such a huge imagination, Penny Wolboldt, reference librarian at the Warren Public Library, said. more »»

Night paving

August 25, 2014 A large crew from Russell Standard began paving Third Avenue at the intersection with Hickory Street in downtown Warren on Sunday evening. more »»

TAWC updated on major issues

August 23, 2014 The Transit Authority of Warren County’s board of directors was updated on regionalization, a new vehicle maintenance agreement and possible natural gas fuel options during its meeting Thursday... more »»



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