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Fatal fall lawsuit settled

March 19, 2015 The family of a Warren woman who died as a result of a fall at Warren State Hospital has been awarded a settlement in the case. more »»

Students get preview of ‘Shrek The Musical’

March 19, 2015 Kids say the darndest things. And if kids are some of the most brutal critics, it looks like “Shrek the Musical” is going to be a hit. more »»

ReStore opens to further Habitat for Humanity mission

March 19, 2015 For people looking to build or improve their habitations, Habitat for Humanity of Warren County has opened a Habitat ReStore. The store opened Feb. more »»

Planning underway for return of Farmer’s Market

March 19, 2015 By ROB ANDERSEN The Farmers’ Market will return to Warren this summer. more »»

City Council accepts bid for street work that’s not lowest

March 19, 2015 Sometimes the best bid doesn’t come in at the cheapest cost. That was the case when Warren City Council dealt with a contract for street opening restoration during its meeting Monday evening. more »»

Equinox Springs Today

March 19, 2015 The vernal equinox, or beginning of spring, arrives across the world at exactly the same instant. This year, it will be at 6:45 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on Friday, March 20. more »»

A Sign Of Spring?

March 18, 2015 Even though it’s been another long, difficult winter, harbingers of spring are apparent. more »»

Diabetes Alert Day coming to Warren

March 18, 2015 For the first time, the Annual American Diabetes Association Alert Day is coming to Warre. more »»

Heather Maher running for Warren Co. Sheriff

March 18, 2015 Heather Maher has announced her candidacy for Warren County Sheriff, saying she has experienced the need to stand up, serve, and help self-govern the community. more »»

Scholarship apps now available

March 18, 2015 Each year almost 400 Warren County students going on to college or trade school receive scholarships along with matching grants from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA,)... more »»

City eyes Betts Park for improvements

March 18, 2015 The City of Warren is angling to get some work done at Betts Park. more »»

Warren Gives Expands Campaign

March 17, 2015 The Community Foundation of Warren County has announced the return of Warren Gives on Wednesday, May 13, with expanded hours - from 6 a.m. to 10 p.. more »»

More City Paving

March 17, 2015 As winter fades and pothole season comes in full bloom, the City of Warren has allocated an additional $300,000 from year-end fund balance into the city’s paving progra. more »»

Fire disrupts Clarendon services

March 17, 2015 A building owned by WestPa. net burned late Friday evening, possibly following an explosion. Jerry Hill, one of the owners of WestPa. more »»

Allegheny Reservoir Cleanup May 9; Volunteers needed

March 17, 2015 Volunteers are needed for the Allegheny Reservoir Cleanup Day slated for May 9. A release from Allegheny National Forest headquarters issued Thursday announced the event and the need for volunteer. more »»

Y’ville: Keep water running

March 17, 2015 Like most communities this year, Youngsville had its share of frozen water lines. Lisa Hagberg, borough manager, said there were around 13 lines that froze, some of which had to be dug up. more »»

For Williams, A trip back to Vietnam decades later

March 16, 2015 A sense of duty drew him in and a hope to see the future took Bruce Williams back to Vietnam – 46 years between trips. more »»

War’s destruction changed his perspective on mission

March 16, 2015 Perception is reality. But for Vietnam War Veteran Bruce Williams, reality as revealed over the years has altered his perception. Williams enlisted in the U.S. more »»

Volunteers sought to help plant city trees

March 16, 2015 Warren is planting 150 trees this year and needs volunteers to help plant half of them in April. more »»

A Turtle Can Help

March 16, 2015 Sometimes a talking turtle can have a more lasting impact than anything a teacher or police officer says, That’s where the Officer Phil Program, which visited Youngsville Elementary School and... more »»



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