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Hickory Creek Wilderness area trees vandalized along trails with paint

July 2, 2016 Federal law enforcement officials are investigating trail blazes that were illegally painted onto trees along trails in the Hickory Creek Wilderness area of the Allegheny National Forest. more »»

Good and ready

July 2, 2016 Cones, barricades, and detour signs — check. Extra garbage cans — check. Bleachers — checks. After 68 years of the 4th of July Parade, the City of Warren knows what to do. more »»

Food safety an issue around the Fourth

July 2, 2016 What could be more iconic for the Fourth of July weekend than picnics? Unfortunately, safety issues are the last to come to mind. more »»

Bands, fireworks Sunday night

July 2, 2016 The Warren Fourth of July fireworks celebration at 10 p.m. Sunday will feature the same company as last year, Jeff Gibson Fireworks from Titusville. more »»

Officers capture Corry man wanted in PA and NY

July 2, 2016 Officers from Warren County Adult Probation and Warren County Sheriff’s Office have captured a man wanted on numerous charges in Pennsylvania and New York. more »»

The 4th in history

July 2, 2016 July 4th might not have been recognized officially as a paid federal holiday until 1941, but that was far from the beginnings of the celebrations. more »»

State budget divide: Republicans, Democrats pass July 1 deadline without an agreement

July 2, 2016 July 1 has come and gone and Pennsylvania still doesn’t have a budge. more »»

‘We hold these truths to be self-evident...’

July 2, 2016 “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal. more »»

Wildlife Rehab Center will have birds at Betts Park

July 1, 2016 People at the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center do their best to rehabilitate injured animals and return them to the wild. Some times, their best is not enough. more »»

What A Lineup!

July 1, 2016 This year’s parade will be the largest since the 1980s, according to Wally Post, overall chairman of the Fourth of July Celebratio. more »»

Candidate Put On Spot

July 1, 2016 Groups representing local and state law enforcement agents have joined U.S. Sen. more »»

Prison Board gives update on work release center

July 1, 2016 The Warren County Prison Board offered more information on the progress of the proposed work release center during its meeting Thursda. more »»

DUI Task Force will be on road

July 1, 2016 Independence Day is meant to be a celebration. And local law enforcement will be out to do what it can to keep that celebration safe. more »»

Experience Inc. leaders address four-year goals at annual meeting

June 30, 2016 Experience Inc. discussed its four-year goals — through 2020 — at its annual meeting on Tuesday. In the coming four years, Experience, Inc. has four main goals that it plans to implement. more »»

Gun Thieves Indicted

June 30, 2016 Two New York State men have been indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with the theft of firearms from multiple retailers, including one in Tionesta. Ben McCormack, 31, Jamestown, N.Y. more »»

4th of July Tradition

June 30, 2016 “The patriot heart is inflamed by far different motives.” Pine Grove Township native Judge Lansing D. more »»

Former teacher sued by school district

June 30, 2016 The Warren County School District encourages its teachers to go out and further their education. more »»

‘No Swimming’ signs posted at Chapman

June 30, 2016 Those hoping to swim at Chapman State Park this week got some bad news via the park’s Facebook account Wednesday. more »»

Fireworks prohibited on ANF, state Forestry urges caution

June 30, 2016 Fireworks are a part of many people’s 4th of July celebrations. Thousands gather every year at Betts Park to see the annual display. And, some private citizens put on their own displays. more »»

 
 

 

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