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If you've ever sat through multiple red lights at the bottom of Market Street or been caught in the line of backed-up traffic extending from beyond Hickory Street to Market Street at rush hour, you may believe the City of Warren has some downtown traffic issues.
The Warren softball team had another fantastic season, compiling a 16-2 record, outscoring its opposition 182-13 and finishing as the runner-up to PIAA runner-up Fort LeBoeuf in District 10 for the third straight season.
June was born March 27, 1923 to Clarabelle and Robert Sydney Bickerstaff in Jamestown, New York.
Warren County Children and Youth Services will offer a variety of parenting classes this summer.
Tidioute Community Charter School will be offering counseling services to any student, family member, or community member, following the recent tragic death of charter school students.
The 95th Lander High School Reunion was held recently at the Lander United Methodist Social Parlor with 40 alumni and their guests were present.
A proposal from city personnel to prohibit parking along Ludlow St. from the Rt.
On the other hand, preserving the surface land for future use and protecting associated waterways is an integral part of why national forests were established in the first place.
The sun was breaking through the clouds Sunday evening at Merion as he stood in the 18th fairway with a one-shot lead.
Virginia W. Young, 86, of Railroad Street, Clarendon, PA, passed away peacefully at UPMC Hamot, in Erie, PA on June 16, 2013.
Emma West started off a seven-run third inning with a double in Park Ave. Motor Car's 13-3 Valley Girls Slowpitch Softball League win over Fairmont Tavern on Monday at Betts Park.
The Warren Girls Majors Little League All-Stars started tournament play with a bang on Monday, defeating Bradford, 10-2, at Hawbaker Field in North Warren.
Mr. Jack E. Landers, 84, of Sheffield passed away peacefully in answer to God's call at 7:45 am, June 16, 2013 in his home after an extended illness with his loving wife, Beverly, at his side.
With the focus group process complete in the search for the next Warren County School District superintendent, the board is left with some work to do and decisions to make.