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‘First Friday’ in downtown Warren

August 5, 2015 Downtown Warren has a fun Friday evening planned this week. It’s “First Friday.” From 5 to 8 p.m., Liberty Street will rock with great music and classic cars, hotrods, and motorcycle. more »»

Amateur videographers share valuable lesson through social media

August 5, 2015 Ryan Gorgacz has a photo of himself playing football as his Facebook profile, and Jason Waterfield is snowboarding for his profile pic. more »»

City Fined $500

August 4, 2015 The City of Warren has been fined $500 by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission stemming from a sewer leak in June that discharged raw sewage into the Allegheny River. more »»

Russell United Methodist Church has long history in community

August 4, 2015 The Russell United Methodist Church has a long history of serving first Russellburg, then Russell citizens. more »»

Funding shifted

August 4, 2015 Additional money has been allocated to the street re-construction on East Street and handicap accessibility at the Warren Municipal Building. more »»

Parents sue police officer who handcuffed mentally disabled kids

August 4, 2015 FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Two northern Kentucky women have sued a county sheriff and one of his school resource officers for placing their two disabled elementary school children in handcuffs. more »»

Russell United Methodist Church dedicates new Ministry Center

August 4, 2015 Russell has a new facility designed to serve the community — the Russell United Methodist Church Ministry Center. more »»

No plea deal reached in murder case

August 4, 2015 No deal was reached when attorneys met Monday to discuss a possible plea agreement in the case of a Corry woman accused of homicide in Warren County. more »»

3 Freehold Township bridges slated for replacement in ‘16

August 3, 2015 Plans for the replacement of three bridges on Route 958 in Freehold Township will be on display at the township building on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Aug. 4 through 18. more »»

WW II bridge reenactment draws thousands to Tidioute

August 3, 2015 Despite the best efforts of the German Army on Saturday, the Tidioute Bridge still stands. more »»

Thompson lends hand in fight against hemlock woolly adelgid

August 3, 2015 The fight against the hemlock woolly adelgid has begun. more »»

Major road project set to begin

August 3, 2015 Work to resurface sections of Conewango Avenue and Hatch Run Road is scheduled to begin Monday. more »»

Area/Region News in Brief

August 3, 2015 PennDOT sets road projects PennDOT crews will be working on the following projects this week, according to Warren County Maintenance Manager Adam Elms: ¯ Route 6, Columbus Township, crack sealing; ¯... more »»

City Council looks for new junior member

August 3, 2015 The City of Warren is seeking its next Junior Council Person. more »»

Motorcyclist dies in collision with car

August 3, 2015 Warren-based state police responded at 6:05 p.m. July 31 to a reported motorcycle/car collision on Mathews Run Road. more »»

Birt beat survival odds in B-17...twice

August 3, 2015 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com The odds of surviving a B-17 tour of duty – 25 missions eventually increased to 35 – at the height of World War II were roughly one in five. more »»

Tidioute ‘invaded’ by World War II reenactors for taking of bridge

August 1, 2015 The opposing forces have gathered in Tidioute and are preparing to fight. more »»

Area/Region News in Brief

August 1, 2015 Benefit today A benefit event for Holly Yeager, a brain tumor patient in need of help with medical bills, will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at Clarendon VFW pavilion, Brown Ave. more »»

Reenactors do it to honor vets and teach us

August 1, 2015 Those who participate in events like the Bridge at Remagen reenactment at Tidioute are keeping, and bringing, history aliv. more »»

Variance Denied

August 1, 2015 The Intermunicipal Uniform Construction Code joint board of appeals on Friday heard a request for code variance relating to the occupancy and stair towers in the renovation of Warren Area High School. more »»

 
 

 

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