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Local OSRAM plant safe as 3 others close

March 21, 2014 Osram Sylvania has announced it is shuttering three plants in the northeastern U.S., cutting hundreds of jobs, but the move will not impact anyone in Warren. more »»

Vehicle hits house

March 21, 2014 Karestee Hoak, 24, was charged with DUI, DUI accident, DUI: highest rate of alcohol (BAC. more »»

Will AVES Be The New LEC?

March 21, 2014 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com It might happen, it might no. more »»

Can It Be? Spring!

March 20, 2014 Spring means different things to different people. And different things mean spring. Some people take the easy way out and look at their calendars. more »»

Deadlines come and go; Primary is May 20

March 20, 2014 It’s officially the first day of spring and that means that primary election season is upon u. more »»

CrimeStoppers regaining its momentum

March 20, 2014 Warren County Crime Stoppers is regaining momentum, with representatives from area police agencies and a new county district attorney with an agenda to return the volunteer organization to a leading... more »»

Local jobless rate down to 5.3 pct.

March 20, 2014 Warren County’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was . more »»

City Mulls River Walk

March 20, 2014 Some $45,000 in city funding could leverage a $200,000 project that would result in a trail and river overlook in the 400 block of Pennsylvania Ave. W. more »»

February Food Service Inspections

March 20, 2014 The City of Warren and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture have announced food service inspections for Februar. more »»

BOOM to promote geo-tourism in county

March 20, 2014 Pennsylvania Kinzua Pathways (PKP) and the Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry (WCCBI) are expanding their partnership with the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford (UPB) and partnering... more »»

County board clears property’s status

March 19, 2014 The Warren County Redevelopment Authority cleared an item off its plate on Tuesday morning. The Anzietta C. more »»

Warren Gives set to return May 14

March 19, 2014 Warren Gives, the 12-hour online fundraising event held by the Community Foundation of Warren County to raise awareness and appreciation for county non-profits and to encourage new giving, will... more »»

Canterbury Ct. denied PILOT by Warren Co.

March 19, 2014 The Warren County Housing Authority’s application for payments in lieu of taxes (PILOT) at Canterbury Court in downtown Warren has been denied by the county, and the authority said it will pursue th... more »»

Region's gas prices up slightly

March 19, 2014 Western Pennsylvania gas prices fell just a fraction of a penny to $3.65 a gallon this week, according to AAA East Central. Tuesday’s national average price at the pump was $. more »»

Veterans group asks city to rename two downtown parks

March 19, 2014 White it might be implied that General Joseph Warren Park and Soldiers and Sailors Park in Warren honor the contributions of Warren County veterans, a veterans group wants to make that explicit. more »»

Probation officer: third accusation

March 19, 2014 A third victim has come forward to level charges against Jeffery F. Collins, a Warren County Adult Probation officer who has been charged with sexual crimes against females he was supervising. more »»

WCSD Superintendent ‘tweeting’ about schools

March 18, 2014 There are positive things happening throughout the Warren County School District. And Superintendent Dr. William Clark wants you to know about them. Enter the @WCSD_super Twitter page. more »»

Walkable Warren

March 18, 2014 Walkable Warren is about letting people do their own thing at their own pace. Want to see historic architecture? There’s plenty of that. A theatre and an art gallery? Sure. more »»

Youngsville High shares the love of reading

March 18, 2014 For the past seven years, the faculty and staff at Youngsville High School have contributed well over $1, 500 to purchase Dr. more »»

Young engineers score well at tourney

March 18, 2014 Neither water nor sand, boulder fields nor fallen buildings could stand in their way. Local students performed well at the K’NEX STEM Design Challenge held Friday at Intermediate Unit 5 in Edinboro. more »»

 
 

 

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