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County will replace stolen veterans markers

July 9, 2014 In 2001, then-Gov. Tom Ridge signed into law a bill making the trafficking of stolen veterans’ grave markers illega. more »»

Ex-CYS Director Charged

July 9, 2014 The former director of Warren County Children and Youth Services has been arrested on felony theft, forgery and access device fraud charges stemming from improper use of county vehicles and a... more »»

Veterans Dishonored

July 8, 2014 Several hundred veterans’ markers were stolen from graves in two Sheffield cemeteries over the weekend. more »»

Nearly 4,000 meals served to youngsters during break

July 8, 2014 The Summer Food Service Program in Warren County is up and running. more »»

Smooth 4th; Bags helped parade cleanup

July 8, 2014 Looking back over the holiday weekend, local officials are pleased with the way events transpired. Mike Holtz, Warren’s director of public works, said, “I thought it went pretty well, pretty smooth. more »»

High schools send 3 of 10 students to Career Center

July 8, 2014 Almost three of every 10 Warren County School District students in grades 10 through 12 attended Warren County Career Center last yea. more »»

Highly gifted program approved by school board

July 8, 2014 A proposal to provide a unique educational offering in the form of a pilot program for district students identified as highly gifted have been approved by the Warren County School District board of... more »»

Cub Scouts visit ‘final frontier’

July 8, 2014 It was a trip to “Space the Final Fun-Tier” for 74 Cub Scouts in Warren County recently. First through fifth-grade Cub Scouts throughout the county gathered at Wilder Park for Cub Scout camp. more »»

School board does QZAB house-cleaning

July 7, 2014 While the Warren County School District board of directors approved a motion earlier in June to allow the administration to pursue Qualified Zone Academy Bonds, also known as QZAB funding, for the... more »»

Lander native owes his life to a pair of gloves

July 7, 2014 “You just stared day in and day out. You didn’t know if you was going to be there forever or what... when this thing would end. more »»

Algae problem improving in Allegheny Res.

July 7, 2014 The Allegheny Reservoir has had potentially toxic blooms of blue-green algae in recent years, but this year it seems to be in better shape. more »»

Leadership Warren County forming class for 2014-15

July 7, 2014 Leadership Warren County is accepting applications for its 2014-2015 class. more »»

Picture Perfect

July 5, 2014 Thousands lined the parade route along Pennsylvania Avenue in Warren on Friday for the 67th Annual Fouth of July Parade. more »»

Photos by Andrew Morrison and Toby Keller

July 5, 2014 For many people in the area, the Warren County parade is the beginning of their 4th of July holiday celebratio. more »»

Disaster loans available

July 5, 2014 Homeowners, renters, businesses and non-profit organizations can submit disaster loan applications for damages from severe flooding on May 21 and 22 in Warren County. more »»

District finds room for Head Start

July 5, 2014 While all district programs have a home amid the building shuffles across the Warren County School District, Head Start might be left out in the col. more »»

Warren Times Observer photo by Toby Keller

July 5, 2014 A working holiday Tammy Wester helps organize the each unit, and get everyone ready for the 11a.m. start to the Warren County Parade Friday morning. more »»

Making connections

July 5, 2014 Warren Times Observer photo by Toby Keller Robbie Hart bets a piece of candy that he can throw a playing card farther than his challenger at the parade on Pennsylvania Avenue Friday morning. more »»

4th Of July Parade Lineup

July 4, 2014 Lead Group Color Guard and Amvets post 50 Bus Grand Sponsor - United Refning Company United Float United Fire Truck United Grand Marshal - Mr. more »»

Western Pa. gas prices up slightly

July 4, 2014 Western Pennsylvania gas prices rose about three cents to $3.86 a gallon this week, according to AAA East Central. more »»



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