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Planners tackle the Crary sign

August 21, 2014 The City of Warren Planning Commission addressed the Crary Art Gallery sign conundrum with a two-pronged approach Wednesday morning. more »»

Watson Twp. sets fall clean-up day

August 21, 2014 While most townships offer a spring clean-up day to their residents, Watson Township has elected to provide one in the fall as well. more »»

Flipping Fifth Ave.

August 20, 2014 All the paving currently underway in the City of Warren will bring with it a host of line repainting. more »»

Still more phoney money shows up

August 20, 2014 Warren-based state police said Tuesday that they are investigating a Warren County Fair vendor who allegedly received a counterfeit bill and then attempted to give it to one of her customers. more »»

Clarendon to take over blighted bldg.

August 20, 2014 The Warren County Redevelopment Authority learned at its meeting Tuesday morning of yet another month’s progress for several properties that have been under review. more »»

‘Last chance’ blood drive scheduled

August 20, 2014 Back to school time is a few short weeks away. That means different things to different people. For Community Blood Bank, it means one last chance to donate blood before school starts. more »»

Authority opens bids for inspections, estimates

August 20, 2014 The Warren County Redevelopment Authority opened four proposals for services needed to facilitate the removal of slum and blighted property conditions, following a Request for Proposals for... more »»

Area/Region News In Brief...

August 20, 2014 Omission In coverage of the Sunday morning fire at the Barley Home, formerly known as the Pines, it was not reported that Emergycare and the American Red Cross responded to the emergency scene. more »»

Warren Library faring better financially

August 19, 2014 BY ROB ANDERSEN randersen@timesobserver. more »»

1 Woman, 2 Horses: An 8,000-mile Journey

August 19, 2014 Lady Long Rider Bernice Ende likes riding horses. That’s why she left her home in Trego, Montana with two horses earlier this year on her way to Maine – and back. more »»

City buys kiosks for two lots

August 19, 2014 If spending money is a sign of commitment, the City of Warren has dedicated itself to a new parking plan. more »»

Barley fire ruled ‘undetermined’

August 19, 2014 The cause of the fire that gutted the Barley Home in North Warren early Sunday morning is undetermine. more »»

S.G. Playground Plans

August 19, 2014 Residents of Sugar Grove have lost their elementary school. Now, they are hoping the building and the surrounding property will not be lost to them as well. more »»

After 175 years, stone and ashes

August 19, 2014 The Pines, also known as the Barley Home, is now little more than a stone shell. more »»

Fire Guts Barley Home

August 18, 2014 A historic North Warren structure was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. The Barley Home, 506 S. State St., was fully involved minutes after the call went out at 2:32 a.m. more »»

On The Record

August 18, 2014 Elk Twp. Criminal mischief. Warren-based state police said an unknown actor(s) stole a weight limit road sign and shot the King Road sign between May 30 and Aug. 1. more »»

Bench warrants issued by court

August 18, 2014 Bench warrants have been issued for the following individuals, who failed to appear for a Rule to Show Cause hearing on Aug. more »»

A long, winding road to service in World War II

August 18, 2014 Howard Lincoln made a lot of stops on his way to World War II. Lincoln, 92, of North Warren, didn’t especially want to go to war. But, he knew it was a matter of time and decided to act. On Oct. more »»

An ill-fated bottle of champagne

August 18, 2014 During Harold Lincoln’s service in World War II, he spent quite a bit of time in Epernay, France. He has a few bad memories from the town, but mostly good ones. more »»

Some close calls, but not a scratch

August 18, 2014 The 361st Special Service Engineers didn’t face combat. They followed the action, rebuilding necessary infrastructure. The absence of combat did not mean they were safe all the tim. more »»

 
 

 

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