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Canterbury Court dispute over tax status headed for evidentiary hearing

August 5, 2016 The long winding road of the tax status of Canterbury Court continues. The next phase will be an evidentiary hearing. more »»

Tango makes change

August 5, 2016 The Tango is about more than a personal challenge. It’s not just running, bicycling, swimming, running through the woods, running some more, and paddling. more »»

Play On

August 4, 2016 A potential teacher strike will not impact fall sports throughout the Warren County School District. Fall practices are set to start on Monday, Aug. more »»

State Drought Task Force says county among the fortunate ones

August 4, 2016 More than half of the state is under a drought watch, but not Warren County. more »»

Two arrested for receiving drugs in mail

August 4, 2016 Alleged shipments of methamphetamine to a Clarendon residence resulted in charges filed against two residents on Tuesday. more »»

Charges filed against two after drug buys

August 4, 2016 Charges were filed against two individuals Tuesday for unrelated drug charges after both sold drugs to undercover individuals. Jasmine D. Lindgren, 20, Clarendon, and Matthew R. more »»

Toomey staff fields concerns from local police, VA director

August 4, 2016 When U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s team came to Warren on Wednesday, they met with officials in the law enforcement and veterans fields. more »»

Juvenile charged in fatal house fire

August 3, 2016 A 14-year-old male juvenile has been charged as an adult with setting a fire at a Plum Street residence in June that killed a woman. more »»

Search for deal with teachers continues

August 3, 2016 With one month to go, negotiations have so far not averted a teachers strike. more »»

North Warren Municipal Authority seeking state exemption for facilities upgrade

August 3, 2016 The North Warren Municipal Authority is looking to upgrade its facilities and have the state make the process a little less onerous. more »»

New mall owner: Work on schedule

August 3, 2016 The cost of work at Warren Mall is already over half a million dollars. So far, new owner Cocca Development of Boardman, Ohio, has invested mostly in the facility’s parking lot. more »»

Parks and Rec panel looks at draft of mission statement

August 3, 2016 The City of Warren Parks and Recreation Commission needs a mission statement that accurately and adequately describes what it is and what it does. more »»

GMO Labeling Law contains exceptions

August 3, 2016 President Obama signed Senate Bill 764 last Friday, mandating companies to provide information about whether or not genetically modified organisms are present in foods. more »»

‘A Bad Idea All Around’

August 2, 2016 Officials searched for a boy who jumped off of the Hickory Street Bridge in downtown Warren on Monday afternoo. more »»

Traffic delays at Fifth Ave. bridge

August 2, 2016 Due to roadwork on the east end of the Fifth Ave. Bridge at Water Street in Warren, the roadway has down to one lane since morning. Expect delays and avoid if possible until finished. more »»

Council approves questions for ballot

August 2, 2016 Voters in the City of Warren will have a few more things to consider at the ballot box this November. That’s because of action taken by Warren City Council at a special meeting on Monday night. more »»

WCEA: Running out of options to avoid strike

August 2, 2016 With just over a month remaining before the scheduled start of classes in the Warren County School District, the threat of a teacher strike is looming. more »»

Time To Get The Boats Out?

August 2, 2016 The weather that is causing the Allegheny Reservoir to lose water is a double-edged swor. more »»

Closing The Book

August 1, 2016 When the new year begins, Warren Public Library will have a new director for the first time since 2000. Patty Sherbondy will retire after 26 years at the library, 16 of those at the helm. more »»

City needs new fire tower for firefighters’ training

August 1, 2016 One of the benefits of living in the City of Warren is a paid fire department. And those firefighters need a place to train. more »»



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