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More Hours?

November 29, 2014 If the City of Warren won’t charge what it planned to charge for parking downtown, maybe it will expand the hours of enforcement to make up for the cut. more »»

City Tax Hike Possible

November 28, 2014 By JOSH COTTON The City of Warren has a little over one month to get a budget in place. And there is a still a lot of work left. more »»

Midtown Lot divides council

November 28, 2014 Prices might have been lowered to park on the street in downtown Warren, but don’t expect a break in the Midtown Lot. more »»

River Of The Year?

November 28, 2014 A Warren County waterway is in the running for Pennsylvania River of the Year. more »»

County: No tax Increase

November 27, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners were in the holiday spirit during their meeting Wednesday morning. more »»

Students serve students at AVES Thanksgiving

November 27, 2014 There was a special Tuesday afternoon Thanksgiving at Allegheny Valley Elementary School, complete with turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. more »»

First Wellness Day Expo held at YEMS

November 27, 2014 Youngsville Elementary Middle School (YEMS) hosted its first Wellness Day Expo Tuesday afternoon in the YEMS cafeteria. more »»

Dog licenses go on sale Monday

November 27, 2014 The cost of a dog license is going up... a whole nickel. Dog licenses will be available starting Monday, Dec. more »»

School district out as tax collector

November 26, 2014 Warren County’s earned income tax (EIT) and local services tax (LST) collection is going through the private sector. more »»

Tracking 911 Calls

November 26, 2014 If you ever called 911 from Northwest Savings Bank’s corporate office, your emergency call—no matter which building you were in—would have been dispatched from the same number. more »»

Big Bruin

November 26, 2014 Mike Hultberg knew there was a big bear around. He’d seen its tracks not far from his Pittsfield Township home. “They were as big as my foot,” Hultberg sai. more »»

Fundraising effort for project honoring PDM Boilermakers

November 26, 2014 Penn Soil RC&D Council announced today that it has created a new website to help raise funds for establishing a new permanent monument to honor the legacy of up to 280 former workers at the former... more »»

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 »»



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