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Safety 1st On The 4th

July 4, 2014 bklein@timesobserver. more »»

A Behavior Plan

July 3, 2014 Warren County School District officials are excited about the possibility for transformation that a pilot program could bring to the schools in the Youngsville are. more »»

Clark gets a raise

July 3, 2014 If a raise is any indicator, the Warren County School District board of directors is giving a thumbs up to the Superintendent. more »»

Opening The Spigot

July 3, 2014 Many people along the Allegheny River are unhappy with the high water levels, but officials at Kinzua Dam have little to do with that. more »»

County’s document scanning effort making progress

July 3, 2014 The move to digital records for court documents at the Warren County Courthouse is making progres. more »»

WCSD Budget: One More Mill

July 2, 2014 The Warren County School District’s budget for 2014-2015 is on the books. And your property taxes are going up. more »»

$4.3M in new construction in county

July 2, 2014 The annual report of the Warren County Planning and Zoning Office was released recently and shows 233 permits issued in 2013. more »»

Local jobless rate falls full point since May 2013 report

July 2, 2014 Warren County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 5. more »»

Stolen Beauty

July 2, 2014 Several flower pots on Liberty Street in downtown Warren that were planted and are maintained by two anonymous volunteers had their plants ripped out and strewn on the sidewalk Monday evenin. more »»

A cool pool

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WCSD budget work cuts 57 jobs

July 1, 2014 Over 50 employees will lose their jobs as a result of the Warren County School District’s effort to balance the budget. more »»

School directors set closing date for Allegheny Valley Elementary

July 1, 2014 While the rough winter Warren County experienced this year bought Allegheny Valley Elementary School an additional semester as a school, that semester is looking like the end. more »»

Frontera knew it was coming; was ready to go

June 30, 2014 Joe Frontera knew that his nation’s call to serve in World War II would come. “My father had a kind of radio that had short wave,” said Frontera, who lives on Hammond St. in Warren. more »»

Bills treat different wells differently

June 30, 2014 A pair of bills aimed to separate conventional oil and gas operations from regulations governing Shale gas producers and allow industry representatives to review and comment on proposed regulations... more »»

Schools cope with mobile phone use

June 30, 2014 “They’re in society. We’re going to have to deal with it.” The sentiment expressed by Warren County School District Superintendent D. more »»

Journalists get a primer on ANF issues

June 30, 2014 As part of a five-day, multi-state educational tour, 18 journalists from Boston to Colorado to Texas visited the Allegheny National Forest last week. more »»

Landing the Bataan Death March rescuers

June 30, 2014 A PBS special called the raid to liberate the survivors of the Bataan Death March the “most daring rescue of World War II. And Joe Frontera had a hand in it. more »»

Immigrant parents sent their sons to war

June 30, 2014 As a second generation Italian-American, Joe Frontera didn’t have any problem with serving his country. more »»

Fatal accident shuts down Rt. 27

June 30, 2014 According to a post from the Warren County Public Safety Facebook page, Route 27 near Hickory Lane is closed "for an extended time because of a fatal tractor trailer acciden. more »»

 
 

 

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