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Dedicated fair volunteer Jespersen honored by state

August 9, 2016 Volunteers truly do make the Warren County Fair the success it is today. more »»

Clock Ticking

August 9, 2016 With only four weeks remaining before the scheduled start of the 2015-2016 school year, the district and the teachers have a communication gap. more »»

Four enter guilty pleas

August 9, 2016 Four defendants entered guilty pleas before Judge Gregory Hammond on Monday during change of plea proceedings: ¯ Jessica Hahn, Jamestown, N.Y., to retail theft. more »»

County fair opens with traditional luncheon

August 9, 2016 A media and sponsors luncheon was held Monday to kick off the Warren County Fair. Fair Board President Dave Wilcox spoke briefly before the mea. more »»

291 pounds of prescription meds collected at recent drug takeback

August 9, 2016 Local law enforcement collected 291 pounds of prescription medications during a recent drug take back initiativ. more »»

Clarendon man faces charges for having 48 marijuana plants

August 9, 2016 A Clarendon man faces charges including possession with intent to deliver after Warren County Sheriff’s deputies observed a total of 48 marijuana plants growing in his yar. more »»

County Drug Task Force stages bust at Glade Township home

August 9, 2016 After an extended investigation, the Warren County Drug Task Force cracked down on a growing operation in a Glade Township home Monday nigh. more »»

Engaging in Battle

August 8, 2016 A record number of World War II veterans turned out for Saturday’s Remagen reenactment in Tidioute. more »»

Hundreds test their limits in annual Tango adventure race

August 8, 2016 This weekend’s Tango brought out regulars and newbies, solo racers and family teams from around the region and beyond, to battle the Kinzua wilderness in the 11th year of the Annual Kinzua Country... more »»

Hundreds test their limits in annual Tango adventure race

August 8, 2016 This weekend’s Tango brought out regulars and newbies, solo racers and family teams from around the region and beyond, to battle the Kinzua wilderness in the 11th year of the Annual Kinzua Country... more »»

PennDOT asks motorists to be wary of slow moving traffic

August 8, 2016 ‘Tis the season for slow-moving traffic and PennDOT warns motorists to be aware. more »»

‘Decertified’

August 6, 2016 The case of the 14-year-old recently charged as an adult for setting a fire that resulted in the June death of a Warren woman has been returned to juvenile court. more »»

County’s Tax Claim Bureau can’t account for funds

August 6, 2016 Warren County’s Tax Claim Bureau has funds it cannot account for. That’s the word delivered to the commissioners by Jim Schaffner of the accounting firm Schaffner, Knight, Minnaugh and Company. more »»

Long road to recovery, Watkins looks forward to returning to a regular life

August 6, 2016 “’The book of Job’ is basically my mantra.” Alex Watkins, who’s been in the hospital nine times in the past year, said he looks to the Book of Job for comfort. “I’m not God. more »»

Sheffield man pleads not guilty to break-ins

August 6, 2016 A Sheffield man who allegedly broke into the same house on consecutive nights last month has pleaded not guilty. more »»

For tax claim bureau, money comes in, payments go out

August 6, 2016 The Warren County tax claim bureau takes in money from two primary sources. Late tax bill payments come in and money comes in when properties are sold at two different tax sales. more »»

Three more defendants sentenced in court

August 6, 2016 Sentences were handed down for three defendants Friday before Judge Gregory Hammond. Sentenced were: ¯Jacqueline S. Fambro, 49, Pittsfield, for simple assault. more »»

Tax status wrangling of Canterbury Court continues

August 6, 2016 The long winding road of the tax status of Canterbury Court continues. The next phase will be an evidentiary hearing. more »»

Office says police investigation subject to disclosure in Warren man’s Right to Know request

August 6, 2016 Is a police investigation report subject to disclosure under the state’s Right to Know Law? The City of Warren says no. The state Office of Open Records (OOR) says yes. more »»

City's new ramp

August 6, 2016 Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross The new ramp at the Warren Municipal Building is ready for use, according to Mike Holtz, Director of Public Works. more »»

 
 

 

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