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‘Fort Knox’

December 22, 2014 The Warren County School District is working on security. On the morning of Monday, Dec. more »»

AVES plans affect local emergency prep plans

December 22, 2014 The closure of Allegheny Valley Elementary School at the upcoming semester break throws a wrench into emergency preparedness efforts in Clarendon. more »»

New funding source sought for ‘Backpack’

December 22, 2014 A new funding stream may have been found to help cover the cost of the Backpack Program in the Warren County School District. more »»

State Bound

December 22, 2014 Seven Warren County students are advancing to the state championships. more »»

Hooktown Holidays doubles its 2013 donations to $10,000

December 22, 2014 By ROB ANDERSEN randersen@timesobserver. more »»

Authority prefers lifting residents to moving them

December 20, 2014 The elevator at Canterbury Court needs to be serviced. more »»

Ike’s errant light pole questions answered

December 20, 2014 The case of the magically moving light pole at the Eisenhower complex has been solved. And the culprit appears to be an administrative communication breakdown. more »»

City clarifies ordinance on clearing sidewalks

December 20, 2014 With the advent of a new snow season, officials with the City of Warren have once again issued guidance for the clearing of snow and ice from city sidewalk. more »»

Rallying support

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Biting officer lands man more jail time

December 20, 2014 “Your family stands behind you,” said Judge Maureen Skerda to Steven A. Germonto, Sheffield, Friday morning. “But your record also speaks volume. more »»

Watson Twp. holds line on taxes

December 20, 2014 Real estate taxes are not going up in Watson Township. The Watson Township supervisors adopted the 2015 budget for the general fund and state fund at the December 17 meetings. more »»

Community Giving

December 19, 2014 Christmas morning will be happier and brighter for hundreds of Warren County children and their families, thanks in large part to the Salvation Army, volunteers and the communit. more »»

WGH helps out with funds

December 19, 2014 Salvation Army Major Diane Campbell accepted a check for $1,000 on Thursday thanks to Warren General Hospital. more »»

Kmart closing affected donations

December 19, 2014 Kmart closing its doors impacted more than one would assume. “We’re down about $10,000-$12,000 from last year,” Major Diane Campbell said of the Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle drive. more »»

Board tackles class size issue

December 19, 2014 In October, the Warren County School District approved a list of courses with less then 12 students in them, the minimum number dictated by policy. more »»

Evidence suppression hearing held

December 19, 2014 A Tuesday evidence suppression hearing ultimately revolved around a constitutional question – Is it an “unreasonable search or seizure” for law enforcement to restrict a U.S. more »»

Four properties remain on county blighted list

December 18, 2014 The number of properties on the Warren County Redevelopment Authority’s blighted list has declined in recent months, but four still remain. more »»

Misleading Number

December 18, 2014 While a fund balance of more than $12 million looks good for the Warren County School District, expenses that have been pushed off for years – textbooks, technology and capital improvements – make... more »»

Choir concert tonight

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Information meeting planned for Bonaventure program

December 18, 2014 Sixteen Warren County School District students are on their way to college credit before even graduating high school thanks to the St. Bonaventure Dual Enrollment Progra. more »»

 
 

 

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