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Fire danger lowered to moderate at ANF

April 23, 2016 After nearly a week of back-to-back brush fires, rain and cooler temperatures allowed personnel at the Allegheny National Forest to lower the fire danger to moderate. more »»

Wooden access ramp in front of city building ‘temporary fix’

April 23, 2016 If you drive past the City of Warren Municipal Building and see a whole lot of plywood out front, don’t worry—it’s not permanent. more »»

Delegate situation

April 23, 2016 “Pennsylvania has never had as great of an opportunity as it is going to have now. more »»

Khare: How it all works

April 23, 2016 Convoluted – extremely complex and difficult to follow. Synonyms? How GOP delegates to the Republican National Convention are apportioned. more »»

GOP — ‘Two points of view’

April 23, 2016 This election cycle, the GOP nomination is still very much up in the air. And Ash Khare thinks that might be good for the party. There are “two points of view,” he sai. more »»

Big Step Forward

April 22, 2016 The River Landing at Warren project continues to come into sharper focus. And it has now been before Warren City Council, which gave it an informal ‘go ahead. more »»

Running Revolution members hear benefits of healthy eating

April 22, 2016 Dietitian Nutritionist Heather Peterson gets that healthy food isn’t always easy or affordable. She’s heard the reasons. more »»

Top two on most wanted list captured

April 22, 2016 Warren County’s top two most wanted are now behind bars. County Detective Dee Barrett-Klakamp said on Thursday that Jamie Crick and Kacie Mead, numbers one and two, respectively, have been captured. more »»

Sheffield Township property headed back to county RDA

April 22, 2016 A property that was sent back to the Blighted Property Review Committee by the Warren County Redevelopment Authority will be headed back to the RDA – in part. more »»

Spring Clean-Up for city residents starts Monday

April 22, 2016 As winter morphs into spring, the City of Warren reminds residents about the Spring Clean-Up program that starts next week. more »»

Author who grew up in Warren returns to read his book to Head Start classes

April 22, 2016 Darrin Kinander grew up close to Scandia and went to Home Street Elementary School where he “had amazing teachers.” He said, “I loved it in kindergarten when the older students would read to us. more »»

Owners of former Barley Home explain delays to county RDA

April 21, 2016 The former Barley Home in North Warren is still on the Warren County Redevelopment Authority’s list, and the husband of the owner would like that to come to an end. more »»

Brush fires keep crews busy around the county

April 21, 2016 Strike teams and equipment from about half of Warren County were called in to help fight a brush fire Wednesday afternoon in Brokenstraw Township. more »»

SADD conference speaker delivers powerful message

April 21, 2016 “Take advantage of it. more »»

‘I want to be a better person...’

April 21, 2016 Real life consequences were on display for area students Wednesday at the annual Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) conference at Holy Redeemer in Warren. more »»

Deal struck to resolve status of Conewango Ave. building

April 21, 2016 An agreement has been reached that will result in the demolition of a partially collapsed building at 20 Conewango Ave. more »»

Season passes for city pool on sale

April 21, 2016 The weather’s getting warmer and it’s almost pool time in the City of Warren. Season pass applications for the City of Warren Municipal Pool are now available at three locations around the city. more »»

Mickle Hill Road farm, YEMS teacher win WCCD awards

April 20, 2016 New building, new winners. more »»

Shake-Up In Diocese

April 20, 2016 A proposed restructure of the Diocese of Erie could result in two Roman Catholic parishes in Warren County being closed, at least partially. The two parishes most affected are S. more »»

Missing 14-year-old girl

April 20, 2016 A 14-year-old Youngsville girl has been missing since Monday. Pennsylvania State Police are seeking information about Stefanie F. Gibson, 14, who was last seen at about 7:45 p.m. more »»

 
 

 

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