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Mistrial declared in meth lab case

December 9, 2014 The trial of two men accused of operating a meth lab in public housing in Starbrick came to an abrupt end Monday morning. Less than two hours after the trial of Matthew . more »»

Heinz History Center setting up Civil War exhibit at Wilder Museum

December 9, 2014 The Civil War is coming to the Wilder Museum in Irvine, thanks to Pittsburgh’s Senator John Heinz History Cente. more »»

County expects $5 fee vote will turn it down By K

December 9, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners said Monday morning it’s all or nothing in support of Act 89’s ability for counties to charge a $5 fee on vehicle registrations to help pay for county roads and... more »»

911 Funding Worries

December 8, 2014 Officials are calling for changes to the way that 911 dispatch services are funded throughout the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. more »»

Tops among recipe winners was special pumpkin pie

December 8, 2014 There are no losers in the annual Thorne’s BiLo and Times Observer Holiday Cookbook Contest — especially among the judges. more »»

Board mulls non-ed info provided to students

December 8, 2014 The Warren County School District is looking to clean up the information distributed throughout its building. more »»

Earned Income Tax change well-received by local officials

December 8, 2014 Local officials seem pleased with the move to shift earned income tax collection from the Warren County School District to a third-party fir. more »»

New WGH CEO outlines his plans for hospital

December 8, 2014 By ROB ANDERSEN Warren General Hospital has a new Chief Executive Officer, who has wide and varied experiences in health care, from building hospitals to running them. more »»

His art inspires and keys lesson on achievement

December 8, 2014 It took Richard Hight ten minutes to make an impression on the students at St. Joseph Catholic School. more »»

Tidioute arsonist sent to prison

December 6, 2014 A Sheffield man who pleaded guilty to charges stemming from a string of arsons in Tidioute earlier this year will spend the next three years in state prison. Nicholas . more »»

Police release identity in attempted murder/suicide

December 6, 2014 Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police have released the name of the Garland man involved in Thursday’s attempted murder/suicide. In a release received by the Times Observer at 4:11 a.m. more »»

Assault on mother sends man to prison

December 6, 2014 A Warren man has been sentenced to a minimum of 21 months in state prison stemming from an assault against his mother. Judge Gregory Hammond issued the sentence against Michael S. more »»

Pittsfield bear remains largest in state this year

December 6, 2014 With preliminary totals of harvested bears comparable to last year, the Pennsylvania Game Commission said hunters are in a good position to match the 2013 statewide harvest of 3,510, which is the... more »»

Rabid skunk killed in county last week

December 6, 2014 A skunk killed in Warren County has tested positive for rabies. The state Department of Agriculture said Wednesday that the skunk was found on Egypt Hollow Road in Glade Township. more »»

Rain no problem for Warren’s Christmas Walk

December 6, 2014 There were just as many happy people celebrating Warren’s Christmas parade as last year – but this year, about half were actually in the parade. more »»

Police probe stabbing, shooting in Garland

December 5, 2014 Pennsylvania State Police, the Warren County coroner, multiple ambulance services, and an emergency helicopter responded at 11:30 a.m. Thursday to an incident in Garlan. more »»

WACKOs expected for city parade

December 5, 2014 A “discordant kazoo band” is adding to the cacophony at the annual Downtown Warren Christmas Parade this evening. The Warren Area Cacophonic Kazoo Organization (W.A.C.K.O. more »»

Attendance area policy advances

December 5, 2014 The Warren County School Distric’s board of directors gave initial approval on Thursday to a policy that outlines which students attend which attendance areas. more »»

Youngsville PD now armed with body cam

December 5, 2014 There is a new item of protective equipment in use at the Youngsville Borough Police Department. more »»

Hometown Christmas

December 5, 2014 There was something for everyone in Youngsville on Thursday evening during the annual Hometown Christmas celebration, including a parade, horse-drawn wagon rides, plenty of food and dancing in the... more »»



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