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‘Read,’ not ‘weed’

July 6, 2016 City of Warren Police responded Tuesday evening to a report of marijuana plants growing in a public space. more »»

‘Most Outstanding Male Cadet’ has early start in law enforcement

July 6, 2016 Camp Cadet isn’t for everyone. Hard work is required. Electronic devices are prohibited. It’s for people like Josiah Poindexter. more »»

County planners recommend looser restrictions for chickens

July 6, 2016 Chickens still won’t be crossing the roa. more »»

Warren man charged with burglary

July 6, 2016 A Warren man was arrested Sunday after allegedly trying to break into an ex-girlfriend’s house repeatedly and threatening her. Chadd M. Hotaling, 41, of 5231 Market St. more »»

Kenyan visitor to Warren murdered by terrorists

July 6, 2016 A Kenyan pastor who spoke in Warren County last year has been gunned down by the terrorist group Al-Shabaab. John Njaramba Kiruga was one of six killed on a bush ambushed by terrorists last week. more »»

‘We just like it’

July 5, 2016 Ray and Caroline Bower of Youngsville are regulars at the Warren 4th of July Parade. They know they’ve missed one of the 69 parades, but can’t think of any more. more »»

Virtual success: District’s Virtual Academy a ‘growing’ alternative

July 5, 2016 At the end of its third year, the Warren County School District’s Virtual Academy continues to grow. more »»

‘As much as I wanted to give up, I didn’t’

July 5, 2016 When I was younger, I didn’t have much guidance, and children without guidance are supposed to go in the wrong direction, or so people say. I was placed in foster care at the age of four. more »»

School District’s Virtual Academy receives national recognition

July 5, 2016 The Warren County School District has received a STEM+ award from the National Education Foundation for achievements from the Virtual Academy. more »»

Pride on display: Warren man has bright idea for honoring flag

July 4, 2016 Around 10 large cans of spray paint. Around 8 hours. Around $50. The past 6 years. Those are the numbers on Tom Cappello’s patriotic front lawn. more »»

West Nile virus sample collected in county

July 4, 2016 West Nile virus has been found in Warren County. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, a positive sample was taken from Youngsville Borough. more »»

Famous guests

July 4, 2016 Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross Famous guests checked in at Betts Park on Sunday afternoon as part of weekend-long events and activities — the Budweiser Clydesdale horses. more »»

TV or cable? Commissary funds used to upgrade TVs for inmates

July 4, 2016 The dilemma facing the Warren County Jail after Atlantic Broadband’s move to digital found a simple solution during last week’s Prison Board meeting. more »»

ANF sends 10 to help Monongahela with flooding

July 4, 2016 Ten employees of the Allegheny National Forest responded to a request from the Monongahela National Forest, according to a press release from the U.S. Forest Service. more »»

69th Annual Warren 4th of July Parade Lineup

July 4, 2016 The 69th Annual 4th of July Unofficial Parade Line-up Line-up subject to change Parade theme: “Wonders of Warren County” Advanced Division Lead Color Guard: United Veterans Council Color Guard... more »»

‘Must-do’ items at jail include video cameras, safety issues

July 4, 2016 While new TVs aren’t a must at the Warren County Jail, there are some upgrades that are, the county’s IT contractor, Bill Gallagher, said during Thursday’s meeting of the county Prison Board. more »»

Ahhhhhhhh! Warren County’s ‘Cutest’ babies

July 4, 2016 It was almost three times as large as previous years. The Cutest Baby Competition on Sunday at Betts Park had to be capped off at 75 entrants. more »»

Red, white, blue & eat!

July 4, 2016 The first Red, White and Blue Baking Contest got off to a slow start, but produced three winners Saturday afternoon in the first of three days of celebration for Warren’s Fourth of July. more »»

Hickory Creek Wilderness area trees vandalized along trails with paint

July 2, 2016 Federal law enforcement officials are investigating trail blazes that were illegally painted onto trees along trails in the Hickory Creek Wilderness area of the Allegheny National Forest. more »»



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