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Part Of The Plan

August 31, 2016 FirstEnergy and Penelec are working to improve reliability and increase capacity at the Warren Substation in Starbrick, as a part of an overall plan for improving service throughout northern... more »»

 
 
 
School bus safety tips given for all of us

August 31, 2016 We’re down to less than a week before school buses serving the Warren County School district start rolling around the county. more »»

New assistant public defender anxious to ‘get my feet wet’

August 31, 2016 It will be over another month before new Warren County Assistant Public Defender Nicholis Milardo finds out if he passed the bar exam. more »»

Bicyclist preparing for 450-mile ride on Route 6 to benefit two charities

August 31, 2016 A Titusville native will be riding across Pennsylvania to bring attention to, and raise money for, two charitie. more »»

Lockout?

August 30, 2016 When the union won’t work, it’s a strike. When the owners won’t let the workers work, it’s a lockout. more »»

Tidioute Community Charter’s first day of classes ‘very smooth’

August 30, 2016 School buses might not be running county-wide yet, but some hit the road for the first time on Monday. That’s because Monday was the first day of school for the Tidioute Community Charter Schoo. more »»

Motion granted

August 30, 2016 A motion to seal part of the case file in Warren County’s first capital murder case in a decade has been granted. Friday afternoon’s argument last no more than a minute. more »»

TCCS chief likes creation of charter school division in state Dept. of Ed

August 30, 2016 Gov. Tom Wolf has created a charter school division within the Department of Education. And the move has the support of the Tidioute Community Charter School chie. more »»

WAHS construction will continue when students return next week

August 30, 2016 School is set to open in a week. Warren Area High School will be ready. A contract with the teachers may not. WAHS Warren County School District Director of Buildings and Grounds Services D. more »»

Blood drive planned to help holiday levels

August 30, 2016 A critical shortage of blood has led to a lower inventory than the Community Blood Bank of Northwest Pennsylvania and Western New York would normally have at this time of year, according to a press... more »»

County-based PA Wilds branch gets $500K grant

August 30, 2016 A Warren County-based arm of the Pennsylvania Wilds organization has received a $500,000 grant to boost development of “a network of small businesses to support the increased need for products and... more »»

Shakespearan Story-Telling

August 29, 2016 The reason many consider Shakespeare to be boring, said SLT instructor Brandon Meeks, is that “it’s often presented to you in a context you find boring. more »»

Head Start scores well on evaluations

August 29, 2016 The Warren County Head Start program has received the results of three evaluations conducted throughout the 2015-2016 school year and, said Head Start Director Roxanne Carifo, “We’re very pleased... more »»

Time spent at Camp Olmstead helped Passinger reach Eagle rank

August 29, 2016 Philip Passinger, an Eisenhower High School student, began his scouting career when he was in first grade with the Lion Cubs, and today he holds the honor of Eagle Scout, the Boy Scouts of America’s... more »»

Double Duty

August 29, 2016 Two house fires in Warren less than two hours apart Sunday afternoon were battled by Warren City firefighters and volunteer firefighters from nine departments around the county. more »»

Structure fire

August 28, 2016 Roads are blocked at Conewango Ave. for firefighters battling a blaze at 15 Conewango Ave. (along the river), starting roughly before 2 p.m. more »»

Time spent at Camp Olmstead helped Passinger reach Eagle rank

August 28, 2016 Philip Passinger, an Eisenhower High School student, began his scouting career when he was in first grade with the Lion Cubs, and today he holds the honor of Eagle Scout, the Boy Scouts of America’s... more »»

Eldercare Council’s letter raises concern

August 28, 2016 When one individual or agency calls for change to a state program, it’s often a voice in the wilderness. more »»

Let’s Ride!

August 28, 2016 “It’s your forest,” said Allegheny National Forest Supervisor Sherry Tune of the first ten miles of mountain bike trails at the Jake’s Rocks recreation area that opened Sunday morning. more »»

Head Start screening makes sure new students are ready for school

August 27, 2016 “Healthy kids learn better,” said Head Start Family Resource Assistant Shelly Brown, who was at Crescent Park Dental Clinic on Thursday morning to facilitate appointments with families whose childre... more »»

Ceremonial First Step

August 27, 2016 It’s begun. Ground was officially broken on an extensive improvement project for Struthers Library Theatre in downtown Warren on Friday morning in a short ceremony. more »»

 
 

Toddler Time at Library September 5, 2016

Toddler Time, stories, songs, craft, creative play for ages 0-4, Children's Room, Warren Public Library, 10:30 a.m. No preregistration required (no class Feb . 20). more »

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The Trickle - Harambe

June 1, 2016 I'm going to go off of my usual beaten path here and give the nod to the humans. Not long ago, a three-year-old did some dangerous trespassing at the Cincinnati Zoo. more »

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