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Zonta Club of Warren installed four new members during their October and November business meetings.
Callers have been identifying themselves as a debt recovery company called "Legal Recovery Services" and telling residents that an online loan has been taken out in their name.
The Sugar Grove Ruff Riders horse 4-H club held its third meeting at the Rouse Suites with 27 residents attending.
Youngsville started its dual-meet schedule on the right foot Tuesday night, defeating visiting North East, 45-35, in a Region 3 match at Youngsville High School.
Duane F. Williams, 65, of Auburn IN, died Monday, December 9, 2013, at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Fort Wayne.
Warren "looked good" to open the 2013 swim season, according to coach Jeff Walters.
I am writing in response to the Dec 5 front page article about State Senator Hutchinson's proposed legislation to stop the state Department of Environmental Protection from using remote surveillance equipment and unmarked vehicles to enforce laws at oil and gas sites throughout Pennsylvania.
Thomas F. Eagan, 94 of Pt. Charlotte, FL, formerly of Warren, died on Dec. 6, 2013.
This week, the Pennsylvania Department of Health, in conjunction with local partners across the state, will be offering free flu clinics for National Influenza Vaccination Week.
Following one of the best cold-weather performances by a quarterback in the past decade, Manning issued an icy retort for all his critics who say he crumbles in the cold.
Kobe Bryant had the ball in his hands and the crowd on its feet for the final possession of the first half in his comeback game.
"All roadways are frequented by police for enforcement of school bus safety enforcement," Conewango Township Police Officer Charlie Andersen said.
"Warm Hearts and Cold Noses," a Christmas tree sponsored by Aseracare Hospice, is located in the front conference room at Golden Living-Kinzua, 205 Water St., Warren.
Last week, we bemoaned the contretemps over the county's designation of a tourism promotion agency and the bed tax funding attached to it and called on all of the parties involved to exit the scorched earth of the debate and find a way forward.
The audit, released by the Pennsylvania Auditor General's office on Thursday, found the district has taken corrective action to fix five of six issues found in the previous state audit released in January.
Retired managers Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox were unanimously elected to the baseball Hall of Fame by the expansion era committee on Monday.
Dog licenses went on sale at the beginning of the month and owners are required to have dogs age three months or older licensed for the year by Jan. 1. An annual license runs $8.45, but is only $6.45 for spayed or neutered animals.