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The DUI-BAC Paybacks

November 25, 2014 By BRIAN FERRY bferry@timesobserver. more »»

‘It won’t happen again’

November 25, 2014 Fines and fees have been reduced. Overpayments refunded. And some people were let out of jail or off of probatio. more »»

More meters coming to 400 block of Pa. Ave.

November 25, 2014 By JOSH COTTON More meters are going up in the City of Warren. more »»

Block grant will fund Clarendon building demolition

November 25, 2014 One property was struck from the Warren County Redevelopment Authority’s blighted list last week, and another which had already been removed, is awaiting demolition. more »»

Wind Storm

November 25, 2014 more »»

Pushing snow into road could cost you plenty

November 25, 2014 By ROB ANDERSEN If you shovel or plow snow onto roadways, you could be fined hundreds of dollars, and be held liable for any accidents caused by your action. more »»

Thanksgiving Practice

November 23, 2014 Times Observer photos by Kiley Fischer Let the good times ‘roll’ After a short program, Kai Ashbaugh, Sydney Johnson, and Jaxon Sobina wait for their lunch to be served by parent volunteers at... more »»

TAWC gets clean fiscal checkup

November 23, 2014 It was a quick agenda at Thursday’s Transit Authority of Warren County board meeting on Thursday. more »»

Anti-opioid drug already working

November 23, 2014 Pennsylvania has joined a growing number of states to permit police and fire departments to carry naloxone to treat heroin overdoses after Gov. Tom Corbett signed Act 139 into law on Sept. more »»

Blight One Day...Gone The Next

November 23, 2014 A house at 940 Chapman Dam Road, owned by Curtis Realty and Development was added to the Warren County Blighted Property Review Committee list during Thursday’s monthly meeting. more »»

Grand Valley home destroyed by fire; no injuries reported

November 22, 2014 A Grand Valley home was destroyed by fire early Friday morning. Tidioute Fire Chief Jack Faulkman said the fire is believed to have originated from a plugged in laptop left on a couch. more »»

Paws director goes before City Council

November 22, 2014 Warning shots are still warning shots, even if fired desperately and with good intentions. more »»

Area law enforcement taking on scams

November 22, 2014 Ever gotten a call from a “relative” or from the “IRS” claiming they have to have money right now? It might be a scam. A session has been scheduled by local law enforcement for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. more »»

Office to open for hour on Nov. 30 for military

November 22, 2014 The Warren County Treasurer’s Office will be open on Sunday, Nov. 30 from 1 to 2 p.m. more »»

Latest alert involves bogus sheriff call

November 22, 2014 On Tuesday, Nov. more »»

More street repairs coming in city

November 22, 2014 More street repairs are likely coming in the City of Warren. more »»

Confusion about fees affecting Farmers Market

November 21, 2014 “It’s about the health and safety of our citizens,” City Manager Nancy Freenock said regarding the state mandate regarding inspections and permits for potentially hazardous foods. more »»

Trees set up to brighten a mausoleum

November 21, 2014 Heading into the holiday season, it’s normal to reminisce about lost loved ones. Saint Joseph Cemetery is trying to help families remember their loved ones with holiday spirit. more »»

City OKs rule to let Crary ‘re-sign’

November 20, 2014 The long-standing feud over the sign at the Crary Art Gallery on Market Street finally appears to be resolved. more »»

State lowers, that’s right, lowers cost of fishing license by dollar

November 20, 2014 By BRIAN FERRY Pennsylvania anglers are getting a chance to “Catch the Value.” The cost of a fishing license is going down. That’s right, down. more »»



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