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Warren, Pennsylvania is located in Warren County. Zip codes in Warren, PA include 16369, 16368, and 16366. The median home price in Warren is $79,500 which is roughly $62/per square foot. More Warren information.

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38 min ago | Times Observer

Mobile food pantry at Praise Saturday

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwestern Pennsylvania will hold a mobile food pantry for residents of the Warren County area who are in need of food assistance at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 26, at Praise Fellowship Church at 7451 Market St., Russell.

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4 hrs ago | Times Observer

Council: Hickory x-walk will go

Police Chief Raymond Zydonik said that there are three mid-block crosswalks in the city that are not ADA compliant.

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8 hrs ago | Times Observer

Sharapova survives scare to progress at Stuttgart

Defending champion Maria Sharapova survived a first-round scare at the Porsche Grand Prix by defeating Lucie Safarova 7-6 , 6-7 , 7-6 on Tuesday.

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12 hrs ago | Times Observer

SADD conference Friday in Warren

The Warren County chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions will host its 23rd Annual Spring Conference on Friday, April 25, at the Holy Redeemer Center in Warren from 8:30 a.m. to 2:20 p.m. This year's theme is "Until I walk a mile in your shoes", encouraging students to think about their personal actions and words affect others.

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17 hrs ago | Times Observer

List of streets for resurfacing

The following is the list of city blocks recommended for resurfacing by city administration, and approved by Warren City Council, with part of the approximately $730,000 windfall from fund balance: Pa.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Times Observer

Lady Eagles down Sheffield

"It was a total team effort today," said Youngsville coach Ron Jameson. "We were hitting the ball really well that first inning, and they say that hitting is contagious.

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Angelita Benedict

Angelita "Angie" Benedict, 79 of Plumer, PA passed away at 3:30 A.M. on April 22, 2014 at UPMC N/W Hospital in Seneca after an extended illness.

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Eagles top Union City in the cold; Warren boys get by Meadville

It was an improvement over last year for both the Youngsville boys and girls teams as they beat the Union City competition by slim margins Tuesday in a region dual meet at Mike Shine Field.

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Maplewood lead holds up vs. Eagles

A pair of early runs was enough for Maplewood to leave Youngsville with a 2-1 non-region win Tuesday at Davis Street Field.

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Tasting Careers

Fifth-grade students throughout the county had a hands-on day during Career Day at the Warren County Career Center.

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Our opinion: A budget hole

The numbers are looking pretty grim for Gov. Tom Corbett's budget proposal, which counts on vast additional state revenue to pay for a 3.7 percent increase over the previous spending plan.

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Takers

I am SO tired of the conversation from the conservatives, complaining about the retired, the once employed, who are now on unemployment compensation, the under employed, the employed not making a decent wage and a whole host of other people struggling to make it and receiving a subsidy, being called takers.

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Dragons remain undefeated with win over Huskies

Warren swept the host Harbor Creek Huskies in non-region boys' tennis action on Monday, improving to 9-0 on the year with the 5-0, straight-set win.

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Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory

The Struthers Library Theatre and the DeFrees Family Memorial Fund present Theatre IV's "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory" at 7 p.m. Monday, April 28, at the theater.

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Council OKs proposal for 4th of ...

If the funding falls into place, Warren will look a lot more red, white and blue this summer than it has in years past.

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Tanker overturns, spills asphalt on Route 59

A truck driver was seriously injured, his tanker truck destroyed and a section of Route 59 was shut down Monday when the truck overturned, spilling its load of asphalt, some of which reached the Allegheny River.

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Pancakes served Saturday

A pancake supper will be held at the Scandia Fire Hall from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 26, in memory of Harry Nasman, Pat Ferrie and George Agerter.

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European Beech

Times Observer photo by Ben Klein Workers for Tremblay Tree remove the Weeping European Beech tree in the corner of First United Methodist Church parking lot on Monday.

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Auxiliary honors volunteers, donates

On April 15, Warren General Hospital Auxiliary hosted the hospital's adult volunteers to lunch at Holiday Inn and awarded pins for the number of hours served during the past year.

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Pancake supper Saturday

Pack 45 Cub Scouts of St. John's Lutheran Church will hold a Pancake Supper Saturday, April 26, from 4 to 7 p.m. Cost will be a donation, and all funds raised will be used to replace the basketball hoop, backboard and pole at the church.

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