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Chestnut Growth You Don’t Want

January 30, 2015 Water chestnut lives in water, but it’s not a nut. And, local folks in the know would rather it not live around here. more »»

State data will help evaluate local high school reform

January 30, 2015 How will the Warren County School District know if high school reform is effective? One source of the answer will be the report card the state gives to each building in the district – their School... more »»

Police say woman had ‘no involvement’ in rangefinder theft

January 30, 2015 After further investigation into a reported theft at Tall Tales Sporting Goods in Russell, Warren-based state police have withdrawn charges against Deborah Jean Glover of Olean, N.Y. more »»

Virtual tour map telling Warren’s story detailed

January 30, 2015 A complex and many-faceted program to tell Warren’s story, with a map at its heart, was explained in some detail Thursday evening at the Jefferson DeFrees Family Center. more »»

Panel may ask students to design city ‘gateway’ sign

January 30, 2015 The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority, in addition to funding an east side facade program, may encourage local students to design a welcome sign for Warren’s eastern gateway. more »»

First Day In The New Digs

January 29, 2015 “It’s like the first day of school all over again,” Sheffield Area Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Heather Alexander said Wednesday. And it sure felt like it. more »»

Board tackles H.S. reform

January 29, 2015 The Warren County School District has been talking about high school reform for some time. What that is actually going to look like is starting to become clear. more »»

Jail elevator work may mean climbs

January 29, 2015 If the Warren County Jail needs to work on the elevator, there’ll be a lot of exercise that comes with it. more »»

County secures election support services

January 29, 2015 The Warren County Commissioners on Wednesday approved a contract with Election IQ for support services related to ballots and elections. more »»

Thorny Issue Revisited

January 28, 2015 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com The topic of athletic trainers has been a thorny issue in the Warren County School District since trainers were eliminated several years ago. more »»

Bortz avoids fine for mistake on campaign finance reports

January 28, 2015 John Bortz, who is likely to run for a fourth term as a Warren County Commissioner, will not have to pay fines for unfiled campaign finance reports for the past two years. more »»

Students switch to new school

January 28, 2015 The day of the switch from Allegheny Valley Elementary School in Clarendon to the new Sheffield Area Elementary School has arrived. more »»

Local law enforcement plan sessions on scams

January 28, 2015 Local law enforcement agencies have arranged a series of events throughout Warren County to raise awareness in the community on scams. more »»

Woodin announces candidacy for Magisterial District Judge

January 28, 2015 Todd Woodin has announced his candidacy for the now vacant Magisterial District Judge position formerly held by Cynthia Lindemuth. more »»

Candidate information session set Feb. 10

January 28, 2015 Are you interested in running for office in Warren County? The Warren County Democratic Party is sponsoring a non-partisan Candidate Information Night on Tuesday, Feb. 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. more »»

W. Pa. gas prices fall 6 cents

January 28, 2015 Western Pennsylvania gas prices decreased six cents this week to $2.281 a gallon according to AAA East Central’s Fuel Gauge report. This week’s Western PA average price: $2. more »»

Conewango Twp. assesses road care

January 27, 2015 Conewango Township is taking stock of its road care. more »»

Petition Denied

January 27, 2015 For the moment public interests in Sugar Grove Township outweigh personal freedoms among some of its Amish residents. more »»

Budget Work Ahead

January 27, 2015 Budget season is upon us and the Warren County School District starts the 2015-2016 budget process with a $2.6 million deficit. more »»

Landree stays alive after first Nerds challenge ballot

January 27, 2015 The season three premiere of “King of the Nerds” is in the books and Todd Landree, formerly of Warren, will see another episode. more »»

 
 

 

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