WARREN, Pa. – Municipalities and organizations are scheduling their Trick-or-Treat hours and events across Warren County. Check here for a list of dates and times for Halloween 2021.
Ronald A. “Wrinkle” Ringel, 82, of Tidioute, Pa. passed away on Thursday, Oct.21, 2021 at UPMC Shadyside Hospital.
LaVern Jay Silvis, 70, of 3639 Lottsville Niobe Road, Bear Lake, Pa., passed away at his residence on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021.
by Laura Olson, Pennsylvania Capital-Star
October 22, 2021
WASHINGTON — The Office of Congressional Ethics is recommending that a congressional panel subpoena U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania and his wife as it investigates whether a stock purchase she made was the result of confidential information Kelly received in his role as a public official.
HERMITAGE, Pa. – Warren County high school sports fans looking to take in District 10 playoff action this week might want to set up camp outside Titusville’s Carter Field.
CORRY, Pa. – Warren volleyball closed out the regular season with a tough loss at state-ranked Corry on Saturday.
WARREN, Pa. – Less than a year after being hired, Vince DeJoy is out as Department of Zoning, Codes, and Economic Development Director for the City of Warren.
GUYS MILLS, Pa. – Eisenhower’s offensive game plan is typically straightforward. A heavy dose of the running game with a few passes sprinkled in to keep defenses honest.
Friday night, Knights’ head coach Jim Penley dipped into his bag of tricks and pulled out a perfect one. A fake field goal late in the third quarter gave Eisenhower a lead it wouldn’t relinquish in a 15-7 win over the Tigers.
WATTSBURG, Pa. – The Warren at Seneca football game scheduled for Friday has been canceled.
RUSSELL, Pa. – While much of the District 10 football slate this week will have little impact on the playoff race, there will be plenty of intrigue in Guys Mills as Eisenhower heads to Maplewood for a Region 2 clash with plenty of playoff implications.
WARREN, Pa. – Early in October the Warren Public Library collaborated with thirteen businesses along Liberty Street and Second Avenue to host a story walk.