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Out In The Open

September 13, 2016 The Warren County School District will hold a goal-setting meeting this year instead of a closed-door goal-setting retreat. more »»

Support for WCEA evident at meeting

September 13, 2016 Close to 150 Warren County School District employees and supporters attended Monday night’s school board meetin. more »»

PGC: More women hunting

September 13, 2016 According to a Pennsylvania Game Commission press release, the number of women buying hunting licenses in Pennsylvania is swelling, and women “continued buying licenses in record numbers in 2015-2016. more »»

Spiritual Journey

September 13, 2016 “I don’t know about the state,” said Stacy Shaffer, chaplain at the Warren County Prison, “but I’m definitely the only person in Warren and Forest County that’s been paroled to a church. more »»

Focus of EMS plan shifts to how it will work

September 12, 2016 With over half of the county’s EMS providers agreeing to join a cooperative emergency response plan, the work has now shifted to how it all will work. more »»

Trees Toppled

September 12, 2016 A fast-moving storm brought down trees, branches and leaves in the county Saturday night. more »»

EIT: Who pays, and who gets the money

September 12, 2016 Taxes on earned income are collected in every municipality in Warren County. Where that money goes – where you live or where you work – isn’t so clear cut. more »»

9/11 Ceremony honors those lost and everyday heroes

September 12, 2016 A large number of community organizations and individuals came together to make yet another 9/11 Ceremony of Honor for Everyday Heroes a success. After a welcome from Ed Seebeck, U.S. more »»

Sign-up nights for Scouts set

September 10, 2016 Sign-up nights for Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts throughout Warren County will be held next week. The following sign-up nights will be held Sunday, Sept. 11, or Monday, Sept. 12. more »»

Arson

September 10, 2016 A Warren man has been charged with arson in an August fire that caused extensive damage to his house. Robert D. L. Clever II, 34, of 315 Morrison St. more »»

Storm power outages, road issues

September 10, 2016 A storm has caused power outages in Warren and tree limbs in roadways, forcing the temporary blockage of Market St. at Third Ave. as late this evening. Drive carefully. more »»

Times Observer’s senior reporter was ‘the new guy’ on staff a decade ago during manhunt for Bucky Phillips

September 10, 2016 Back in 2006, when I was the new kid on the Times Observer block, there were several seasoned reporters around. I thought that was a good thin. more »»

WCEA counters district’s position on talks

September 10, 2016 The war of words between the Warren County Education Association and the Warren County School District continues. more »»

City targets Stone Hill Road for next CDBG road overhaul

September 10, 2016 Last year it was East Street. This year it is Franklin Street. Next year? Stone Hill Road. more »»

Hunters Station bridge replacement to start

September 10, 2016 Work to replace an 85-year-old bridge over the Allegheny River outside of Tionesta will begin next week. The Hunters Station bridge on Route 62 south of Tionesta will cost a total of $2. more »»

Dirty Dozen Flat Ride planned for Sept. 24

September 10, 2016 This year’s Dirty Dozen Flat Ride will benefit Allen McGarry. more »»

City to upgrade restrooms at Betts Park

September 10, 2016 Betts Park is set for a significant facilities upgrade in the coming months. The City of Warren has issued a bid advertisement for a project that will re-do the restrooms nearest the softball field. more »»

150-mile dice run to benefit Kitelinger

September 10, 2016 A benefit ride for Nancy Kitelinger will be held Saturday, Sept. 17. The 150-mile dice run will start at 11 a.m. at the Eagles Club and end at the same location at 5:30 p.m. Registration opens at 8 a. more »»

Salvation Army taking ‘Project Bundle Up’ applications next week

September 9, 2016 The Salvation Army will be accepting applications for children aged 18 and under, and senior citizens 62 and over, who are in need of new winter outerwear from Sept. 12 to 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. more »»

Guilty Plea

September 9, 2016 A man described as a crime kingpin in Warren County entered a plea on Thursday. Franklyn M. Geiger, 47, Warren, entered the plea before Judge Gregory Hammond. more »»

 
 

 

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