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Public welcoming

May 11, 2016 Times Observer photos by Stacey Gross The grand re-opening and ribbon cutting ceremony of the newly remodeled Tops store was held on Tuesday, May 10. more »»

Applicants wanted: Habitat still searching for an owner for Clarendon home

May 11, 2016 “If you’re willing to take the time, support the county, and support the organization, there’s a new home at the end of it for you,” said Rocco DelPrince to anyone who may need, or anyone who may... more »»

Lander man helps Red Cross in Texas

May 11, 2016 A Lander resident who is a Red Cross volunteer traveled to Texas in April to help flood victims after recent torrential rains. more »»

Superintendents get recognition at school board meeting

May 11, 2016 The Warren County School District celebrated superintendent appreciation day on Monday. Officials took Dr. more »»

Time to play ball

May 10, 2016 “Parents of special needs kids are often just trying to hold everything together,” said Jeff Eggleston, coach of the Challenger tee-ball team, the Dinosaurs. more »»

WCSD proposal includes tax hike

May 10, 2016 The Warren County School District has a proposed final budget that includes a tax increas. more »»

Road project set to begin from Scandia to NY state line

May 10, 2016 A two-month, $2 million project on Scandia Road is scheduled to begin this week. Jim Carroll, media contact for PennDOT, said the 8. more »»

ANF seeks feedback on road project

May 10, 2016 Federal officials are seeking comments on a proposed maintenance project on Forest Road 156, also known as WarrPenn Rd. more »»

Traffic fatalities down in state

May 10, 2016 PennDOT says traffic fatalities were down statewide to near record levels throughout the Commonwealth in 2015. more »»

Ghost Walk boxes

May 10, 2016 Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Liz Kent, center, assistant principal at Warren Area High School, accepts a donation from Stephanie Flowers, left, and Scott Morton of five boxes of food and... more »»

Shedding light on county ordinance

May 10, 2016 Many people have sheds near their homes to store lawn and garden items or perhaps ATVs, and except for Warren City residents, those sheds are covered by the county zoning ordinance. more »»

Funding stream being worked out by commissioners for Rouse

May 10, 2016 The agreement between Warren County and the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services sending funding to the Rouse is ready to be signed at Thursday’s county commissioners meeting. more »»

Visitors Bureau hitting the road for exposure

May 10, 2016 The Warren County Visitors Bureau continues to stretch the reach of Warren County. One way that has happened is by participating in outdoor and travel show. more »»

W.O.W.!

May 10, 2016 Tyson Martin, Chapman State Park manager, and Jess Arnold, Northern Allegheny Outdoor Women’s Association president, discuss the map for “W.O.W.!”, Women’s Outdoor Workshops. more »»

House of Hope’s vision, love started with the late Dianne Sherman

May 9, 2016 The House of Hope has lost its leader, founder, and director. But it has not lost her vision, mission, and love. Dianne Sherman passed away last Monday at the age of 68. more »»

‘Seeds of Recovery’ for anyone struggling with or around a mental health disorder

May 9, 2016 It’s all about support: Those in the community, and those you may not even know you have. more »»

Warren County’s recent Food Inspections

May 9, 2016 The following establishments were recently inspected by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Bureau of Food Safety and Laboratory Service. more »»

Fright Night

May 9, 2016 Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Alex Watkins and Dave Wargo talk about the ghost stories that have been told since the Wetmores owned what’s now known as the Jefferson Tea House on Saturday... more »»

Talking hotel tax

May 9, 2016 State legislation enacted last month will permit 54 of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties — including Warren — to raise the hotel tax from three percent to five percent. more »»

How it affects the Warren County Visitors Bureau:

May 9, 2016 An increase in the hotel tax rate has the support of the Warren County Visitors Bureau executive director. more »»

 
 

 

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