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Authority awards facade grant funds

The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority signed off on three facade grant applications and discussed the future of the former Brick House on Liberty St. during Wednesday’s meeting. Vine DeJoy, the city’s planner, presented those proposals. The first is located at 225 Pennsylvania ...

Commissioners approve bid for trail work

The Warren County Commissioners have signed off on a bid that will rehabilitate portions of the Warren Bike-Hike Trail. The work will include repairs between the trail’s southern terminus in the City of Warren and its intersection with S. State St. Commissioner Ben Kafferlin said only one ...

Bail reduced for man facing child assault charges

A Warren man accused of physically assaulting a 2-month-old child remains in jail after court action on Wednesday. Jarred D. Blauser, 19, of Warren, is charged with two counts of aggravated assault of a child and two counts of endangering the welfare of children. Blauser was initially taken ...

Masks optional at school, required on buses

For now, Warren County School District plans to open up with a ‘masks optional’ policy. However, the district may not have the ability to allow students not to wear masks while they are on buses or vans on their way to and from school. At Monday night’s special meeting of the school ...

Bartos outlines campaign at meet and greet

Pennsylvania’s 2022 Senate race is going to be in the national spotlight. Both major parties eye the seat of retiring Sen. Pat Toomey — Republicans because they hold it now and Democrats because of President Biden’s victory in the Commonwealth. It’s a crowded field — six ...

Bidders required to register at tax sale

Changes in the law that cover the Tax Claim process now require individuals and entities that want to bid on properties at tax sales to go through a registration process. Tax Claim Director Phil Gilbert said that prospective bidders “can no longer show up and just bid.” The ...