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Audit says PDE falls short in helping schools

October 13, 2015 This story is being republished in its completion: According to recent performance audits of the Pennsylvania Department of Education conducted by state Auditor General Eugene DePasquale, 561... more »»

Neighboring houses on Pa. Ave. heavily damaged in blaze

October 13, 2015 Two Pennsylvania Avenue houses suffered heavy damage in a fire Monday afternoon. Warren Fire Chief Sam Pascuzzi said firefighters were dispatched at 2:42 p.m., and they were on the scene at 2:44 p.. more »»

Budget impasse concerns schools

October 13, 2015 The Warren County School District is still paying bills despite a state budget impasse that is in its fourth mont. more »»

Happy Birthday! ... 90 and More

October 13, 2015 It was everyone’s birthday at the Rouse Home on Tuesday afternoon. Residents and family gathered for a birthday party celebrating all 40-plus residents age 90 and older. more »»

Called To Duty

October 13, 2015 Western wildfires burned an area about one-third the size of Pennsylvania this year. Conditions were right. “We had bigger fires,” Allegheny National Forest Fire Management Officer Pete To said. more »»

Called To Duty

October 13, 2015 In responding to wildfires, the National Interagency Fire Center doesn’t just call the Hotshots to the right spot and expect the fire to be out in a few day. more »»

School district guarantees local workers on project

October 13, 2015 Governments have the power to require that certain groups receive preferential treatment. more »»

Once house fire out, decision-making shifts

October 13, 2015 Structure fires can, and usually do, result in complicated consequences for owners and residents. In the case of two Pennsylvania Avenue . more »»

EOC closed Columbus Day

October 12, 2015 The Warren-Forest Counties Economic Opportunities Council will be closed on Monday, Oct.12, for the Columbus Day holiday. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at 8 a.m. more »»

Friendships by firefighters made, and lost

October 12, 2015 The firefighting community is far-flung, but tight-knit. When a firefighter is killed in the line of duty, his or her death is felt by many more than family and friends. In 2015, five U.S. more »»

Trivia nights will challenge your Harry Potter knowledge

October 12, 2015 Are you a Ravenclaw looking to show off your knowledge? Or maybe you’re a bold Gryffindor in search of glory? Eagle or lion, badger or snake, Free Books for Kids Town are looking for Harry Potter... more »»

Called To Duty

October 12, 2015 Being a nationally-available wildfire resource means being ready to leave home for weeks at a time to go just about anywhere on short notic. more »»

Woman dies in Forest County fire

October 12, 2015 A structure fire in Jenks Township, Forest County, on Saturday afternoon claimed the life of a woman. Forest County Coroner Norman Wimer issued a press release Sunda. more »»

Structure fire

October 12, 2015 Warren firefighters, and surrounding volunteers, have been responding to a structure fire that began at 1121 Pennsylvania Ave. W., and impacted neighboring residences, after 3 p.m. Monday. more »»

Yule Ball ‘with Harry Potter twist’ will raise awareness of Free Books efforts

October 12, 2015 If you ever found yourself jealous of Harry Potter’s Christmas celebration at the Yule Ball during his fourth year, you’ll want to head to the Conewango Club on Dec. 3. more »»

Top Caliber

October 10, 2015 The tenth annual Johnny Appleseed Festival opened Friday in Sheffield. The showcase of the festival is the Professional Lumberjack Competition. more »»

Archaeologists a bit frustrated

October 10, 2015 After spending a week along the Allegheny River searching for the location of the Battle of Thompson’s Island, archaeologists were not able to find concrete evidence of the Revolutionary War... more »»

Not guilty plea entered in firearm discharge case

October 10, 2015 A Warren man has pleaded not guilty stemming from an alleged shotgun discharge at a residence in the City of Warren in August. Michael Patrick Himes, 44, 102 Prospect S. more »»

United Fund begins its campaign in historical way: peeling potatoes

October 10, 2015 The action was fast and furious, and you could cut the tension with a knife. Oh wait, it wasn’t cut with a knife. It was cut with a potato peeler. more »»

Some changes — additions — to VA Health eligibility

October 9, 2015 By BRIAN FERRY There have been some changes to Veterans Health Administration eligibility. more »»



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