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Falling Behind

December 30, 2014 The United Fund Torchlight Campaign is running behind last year’s end-of-year total by nearly $23,000. Jim Goodling, executive director, said that there are variations each year. more »»

There are reasons for city alternate parking

December 30, 2014 The City of Warren alternate parking rules are in effect. Alternate parking helps city crews with snow and leaf removal. more »»

Holiday Heroes blood drive scheduled today

December 30, 2014 Blood donors save lives. And today, donors will support those who save lives every day. The Holiday Heroes blood drive will be held at the Holy Redeemer Center in Warren from 1 to 5 p.m. more »»

Lindemuth Retiring From Bench

December 29, 2014 On Jan. 5, District Justice Cynthia Lindemuth will hang up her robes, retiring after 22 years in office. more »»

Easy winter so far, except for ‘perfect storm’

December 29, 2014 Other than two days, this winter season has been gentle on the City of Warren. “This winter season’s been very good,” Department of Public Works Director Mike Holtz said. more »»

Meeting planned to explain Farm Bill programs

December 29, 2014 Obamacare has provided health insurance for people across the country. The federal government is also making sure your crops are covered, too. more »»

Thanksgiving marching

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The Cyber Pinch

December 27, 2014 While it’s easy to question the performance of cyber-charter schools in the Commonwealth, one fact is certain – they cost the Warren County School District a considerable amount of money. more »»

PGC selling seedlings to offer forage to wildlife

December 27, 2014 Landowners in Pennsylvania can invest in the future by planting trees and shrubs that attract wildlife. The Pennsylvania Game Commission will begin selling seedlings on Jan. more »»

Jobless rate lowest in region

December 27, 2014 Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate dipped to 5.1 percent in November, the lowest rate in more than six years, the Associated Press reported last Friday. October’s numbers are in for Warren County. more »»

Munksgard elected to head Pennsylvania tax claim association

December 27, 2014 By BRIAN FERRY bferry@timesobserver.com In Warren County, the title of treasurer and director of tax claims go together. Since 2012 Dennis Munksgard has held both titles. more »»

Sorting Out The Suit

December 26, 2014 The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has filed a lawsuit against a Warren-based drilling wastewater firm for alleged violations relating to discharge in the Allegheny River. more »»

WTC responds, installing new treatment system

December 26, 2014 “We take this serious. more »»

Not the first problem for Waste Treatment

December 26, 2014 This isn’t the first time that Waste Treatment Corporation has been in hot water over illegally discharging pollutants into the Allegheny River. more »»

New suit: Why now?

December 26, 2014 If the state Department of Environmental Protection has known Waste Treatment Corp. more »»

Downtown tree start of a new Christmas tradition

December 26, 2014 It’s not the finest, nor the fullest, but Warren’s downtown Christmas tree carries a lot of community spirit. For the first time in many years, the city’s tree was not at the Municipal Building. more »»

Dough For Dollars

December 26, 2014 Over 1,400 Christmas cookies were baked to help a local cause, thanks to a St. Bonaventure University senior. more »»

Tax-Exempt Issue Boils Over

December 24, 2014 With about 75 people in attendance at their meeting Tuesday morning, the Warren County Commissioners discussed, at times heatedly, the tax-exempt status of the Warren County YMCA. more »»

 
 

 

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