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Canterbury Court residents hear stay-or-move options

January 24, 2015 It takes a village, even in a high rise. more »»

East Side Renaissance program ready to get rolling

January 22, 2015 It may be hard to envision construction season through the snow, but it’s not far away. more »»

Some Canterbury residents may be moved for 2 weeks

January 22, 2015 Canterbury Court elevator work is itching to begin, albeit without the installation of the previously discussed stair lift. more »»

ACA moving in to new quarters

January 22, 2015 The Allegheny Center for the Arts has found a new home. more »»

Participants and spectators packed Chapman State Park for Winterfest

January 21, 2015 There were 98 participants in the sledding and outhouse races, 45 in the fishing derby, and about 30 different racers in the Jim Lobdell Memorial Invitational Sled Dog Races at Winterfest last... more »»

Tax Exempt In Warren County

January 21, 2015 Across the state of Pennsylvania, property tax exemptions are a hot button issue. more »»

Hot soup; Hot competition

January 21, 2015 By KILEY FISCHER kfischer@timesobserver.com Cold air? Check. Plenty of hot soup? Double check. Perfect timing for a soup contest. more »»

Special meeting will address design for Streetscape project

January 21, 2015 The next phase of Streetscape in the City of Warren is moving ahead. Warren City Council on Monday set a special meeting for 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 2, to review the preliminary project design. more »»

County MATHCOUNTS contest held at LEC

January 21, 2015 It was time to think math. On Thursday, Jan. 8, a group of students at the Learning Enrichment Center got down to the serious business of numbers. more »»

Weather, red tape hold up demolition

January 21, 2015 Federal funding and winter weather has slowed progress on several blighted properties on the Warren County Redevelopment Authority’s list. more »»

Council tweeks pact with Library Theatre

January 21, 2015 Warren City Council on Monday approved changes in an agreement that will allow the Struthers Library Theatre to erect a new marquee, kiosk and elevator. more »»

Two Councilmen Leaving

January 20, 2015 Members of Warren City Council are concerned about a lack of competitiveness in recent council elections. And they hope it changes soon as two members, Dr. more »»

Hundreds expected for annual Eagle Watch at dam

January 20, 2015 The bald eagle is our national bird, a symbol of our country, and something people in Warren County can see in person. more »»

King of the Nerds?

January 20, 2015 TBS knows Todd “the Bod” Landree as “an inquisitive digester of comic books and pop culture. He is the life of the party, generally putting himself in awkward scenarios for all to witness. more »»

Cleland to speak at Jackson event here

January 20, 2015 Judge John Cleland, who presided over the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse criminal trial, has been selected to be the keynote speaker at an event to be held on Wednesday, Feb. more »»

Hunter-hiker conflicts rare in this area of state

January 20, 2015 Hiking through state game lands in Pennsylvania during spring and fall hunting seasons might become a thing of the past, depending on a decision by the Pennsylvania Game Commision next Tuesday, Jan. more »»

‘We had a super Winterfest’

January 20, 2015 Thousands of people attended Winterfest this weekend at Chapman State Park. “It went very well,” Executive Chairman Sharon Miller said. “Everything was a success on our sid. more »»

Eggleston won’t seek fourth term

January 19, 2015 Warren County will need at least one new commissioner in 2016. more »»

Thanks, Mother Nature

January 19, 2015 For the first time in years, the weather cooperated with Winterfest. “It’s perfect weather,” Wes Ramsey said in the registration tent. “It’s nearly ideal for skiing, sledding, and snowmobiling. more »»

Light pole flap spurs WCSD policy change

January 19, 2015 Administrative procedural changes have been passed by the Warren County School District board of directors in the wake of a light pole moving at the Eisenhower complex outside of the board’s wishes. more »»

 
 

 

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