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Creek cleanup crosses border

June 4, 2015 Efforts to clean up the Conewango Creek watershed have crossed the border. more »»

Police officers will be busy today serving coffee and checking child safety seats

June 3, 2015 On Wednesday, Tim Horton’s patrons can help send disadvantaged kids to camp, buy coffee from two policemen and get a safety check for children’s car seats. Warren City Police Sgt. more »»

Times Observer announces Jon Sitler as managing editor

June 3, 2015 A familiar face has moved into the office at the top of the Times Observer news staff. Jon Sitler, long-time sports editor, was named the newspaper’s managing editor on Tuesday. more »»

‘Improper Turn’

June 3, 2015 “An improper turn” has been cited as the cause of Monday evening’s tanker trailer rollover on Route 6, just west of the Glade Bridge. more »»

Pickleball coming to Betts Park

June 3, 2015 What do you get when you mix between two and four players, paddles and what looks like a wiffle ball? Picklebal. more »»

DARE holds annual graduation ceremony

June 3, 2015 To paraphrase W.C. Fields, you can’t go wrong with kids and dogs. more »»

Area/Region News in Brief

June 3, 2015 Tea party to meet The Warren County Tea Party will meet in the Community Room at Thorne’s BiLo at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 4. 94-year-old gets second DUI arrest EBENSBURG, Pa. more »»

Tanker Rollover

June 2, 2015 An asphalt tanker rolled over Monday evening on Route 6 after turning west off the Glade Bridge, shutting down traffic between the bridge and Mohawk Avenue. The rollover occurred at about 6:45 p.m. more »»

Upton’s request for lower bail denied

June 2, 2015 A man accused of rape of a child was denied a reduction of bail on Monday. Attorney Shelley Duff, representing Jonathan G. more »»

Judge splits on request for rape-related documents

June 2, 2015 The Warren County Court of Common Pleas granted a request for documents related to a rape defendant’s case, but denied access to records associated with the counseling of the alleged victim. more »»

Area/Region News in Brief

June 2, 2015 4th of July meetings set The Warren County 4th of July organization will meet Tuesday, June 2 and Sunday, June 7 at 6 p.m. at Jefferson DeFrees Pavilion on Fourth Ave. more »»

City Council approves bids for Midtown Parking Lot rehab

June 2, 2015 A rehab of the Midtown Parking Lot is now imminent. Warren City Council, in a unanimous 4-0 vote, approved bids for the project during a special meeting on Monday at the city Municipal Buildin. more »»

A new challenge

June 1, 2015 It had all the passion of a Major League World Series game. more »»

Tanker crash closes US 6

June 1, 2015 A rollover of an asphalt tanker at about 6:45 this evening has closed US 6 between the Glade Bridge and Mohawk Ave. more »»

County jail inmates helping themselves by helping others

June 1, 2015 The inmate work crews from the Warren County Jail help not only local governments and non-profits, they help the inmates themselves in a number of ways. Lt. more »»

Veterans honored at special event

May 30, 2015 Hundreds of people filled the aptly named Liberty Street on Friday evening to celebrate area veterans, and attend Stephen Lang’s “Beyond Glory” at the Struthers Library Theatre. more »»

Bova gets jail time for thefts from WAHS Band Boosters

May 30, 2015 A Warren woman was sentenced Friday before President Judge Maureen Skerda after stealing approximately $12,000 from the Warren Area High School band boosters over what was reported as a four-year... more »»

Vargas sentenced for getting drugs into county jail

May 30, 2015 A Sheffield woman was sentenced to incarceration in a state correctional institution Friday on charges related to drugs inside the Warren County Jail. more »»

That Terrible Day

May 30, 2015 On Friday, May 31, 1985, tornadoes ripped through the area, leaving death and devastation in their paths. more »»

Tax Hike Coming

May 29, 2015 The Warren County School District hopes to catch up on some expenditures it’s been putting off. To help reach the target spending, the school board plans to increase property taxes about 2.7 percen. more »»

 
 

 

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