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Planners expand facade funding

By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com The City of Warren Planning Commission has recommended to the Redevelopment Authority expanding the area for a facade grant program to loop in the riverfront at the base of Liberty St. The Redevelopment Authority agreed last month to add more funds ...

Search for woman continues

City of Warren police continue to work several leads in connection with a missing person report the department issued Tuesday night. Police are seeking information about the whereabouts of 49-year-old Nicole Lee Font. Police say in a missing person report that Font was last seen on Sunday, ...

Philharmonic to host ‘Spring’ performance

It’s time for Spring. Warren Philharmonic will hold a virtual live performance entitled “Spring” at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 21. “This live virtual performance will feature soloist Patty Bush and the string players from the Warren Philharmonic,” Board President Brenda Schnick said. ...

City pool, playground program shuttered for 2021

For the second consecutive year, the City of Warren will be cutting summer programming due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That means the municipal pool will remain closed in 2021 and the city won’t be operating the supervised playground program. Mike Holtz, the city’s public works director, ...

Hands-On Effort

Large-scale clean-ups have done a lot of good to waterways in Warren County over the years. And, those events bring people with common interests together. But, for some, it’s just hard to set aside the right time on the calendar. COVID-19 has disrupted the Conewango Watershed ...

City seeks grant to fund boat launch project

The City of Warren continues to explore funding options for a proposed $2 million boat launch project at the base of Liberty St. During Monday’s city council meeting that took the form of a $250,000 grant application to the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. This is ...