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New Owner, New Plan

April 16, 2016 The Warren Mall has been sold and plans are already in process to revive the struggling retail center. more »»

Beaty’s newspaper staff gets look at how Times Observer covers county

April 16, 2016 Times Observer staff had the opportunity on Friday to share some of the tricks of the journalistic trade. more »»

Drug takeback later this month

April 16, 2016 There is a right way to dispose of the unused, expired, or otherwise unwanted portions of prescription medications. They should not be kept around. And they shouldn’t be thrown out nor flushed. more »»

TCCS struggles with parking

April 16, 2016 Having more employees than parking spaces can make doing business a challenge. Just ask the Tidioute Community Charter Schoo. more »»

YHS juniors challenged to create winning Business Week product

April 16, 2016 Six companies were touting their products during the Business Week trade show at Youngsville High School on Friday morning. more »»

Retirement plan options being studied at TCCS

April 16, 2016 Tidioute Community Charter School has elected to explore retirement options for employers outside of the state retirement system. more »»

ACC salutes its volunteers

April 16, 2016 The Allegheny Community Center held a luncheon for volunteers Friday, honoring volunteers with 300, 500 and 1,000 hours of service, and others with 15 to 27 years of service. more »»

Running’s social side discussed

April 16, 2016 Jim Roberts, who is on his way to running 50 marathons in 50 states and will be running in the Boston Marathon on Monday, spoke to the Running Revolution crowd on Thursday evening about the social... more »»

Dear employees, make room for the customers

April 15, 2016 The City of Warren has asked downtown business owners to be cognizant of employees who park downtown in the metered area all day. more »»

Tidioute CEO: Budget proposal ‘detrimental’ to charter schools

April 15, 2016 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com The financial pressure from the state budget impasse isn’t loosening on the Tidioute Community Charter School. more »»

Delays ahead: Gas lines being replaced

April 15, 2016 Workers from Allegheny Contracting of Ridgway are replacing natural gas mains and gas hookups to nearly 100 customers in Warren. more »»

Tire change: Studded tires need swapped

April 15, 2016 If you put studded tires on your vehicle for the winter months, but have dragged your feet on changing them out, now’s the time to do that. more »»

Warren to have a place in women’s art exhibit in Jamestown

April 15, 2016 “If you’ve ever wondered what the artist was pondering when she created her work, Women Create is offering an opportunity for you to find out,” according to Jennifer Schlick, co-executive director o... more »»

Cruz ‘very well received’ in Northwestern PA

April 15, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz is behind, but he’s confident Pennsylvania, and northwestern Pennsylvania in particular, can help him make up the difference. more »»

Garami hopes her art helps people see ‘in a new way’

April 15, 2016 Monika Garami moved here at the age of 18 from Miskolc, the fourth largest city in the northeast of Hungary, after education, but with no idea what life held in store for he. more »»

Hotel tax discussed at WCVB

April 15, 2016 The Warren County Visitors Bureau Board of Directors met Thursday, with items on the agenda including House Bill 794, which has passed the Senate and the House and is now on its way to Governor Tom... more »»

County Planners outline funding

April 15, 2016 The staff of the Warren County Planning and Zoning Commission released its 2015 annual report earlier this month. more »»

Dirt bike in traffic accident takes the life of 16-year-old

April 14, 2016 A 16-year-old male has died in a dirt bike accident in Glade Township. more »»

Clarendon man held on baseball bat attack

April 14, 2016 A man charged with aggravated assault for hitting another man with a baseball bat was bound over for further court action after a preliminary hearinga before District Justice Todd Woodin on Wednesday. more »»

Warren man charged with felony statutory sexual assault

April 14, 2016 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com Statutory sexual assault charges against an 18-year-old Warren man were bound over during a Wednesday preliminary hearing. Shawn S. more »»

 
 

 

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