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Y’ville Home and Garden closing soon

March 12, 2014 After nearly two decades, Youngsville Home and Garden is closing its doors. According to owner Nick Brunecz, after opening in May of 1994, the store will hold its last normal business day on April . more »»

Y’ville Council approves cooperative pact linked to new drug task force

March 12, 2014 During a brief regular meeting Monday, Youngsville Borough Council approved two measures and heard updates on a handful of ongoing issues. more »»

Paying Tribute To WWII Veterans

March 11, 2014 Students at Tidioute Community Charter School got a first-hand World War II history lesson from local veterans on Monday. more »»

What to move, what to shred

March 11, 2014 Whenever you live in one place for a long time, you’re bound to accumulate a lot of stuff. With schools that have been open for decades, the Warren County School District isn’t exemp. more »»

PennDOT, business adjust to influx

March 11, 2014 They’re coming, and some could already be here. As part of planned work at United Refining’s facility in Warren, an influx of between 800 and 1,000 workers is expected. more »»

Anderson assumes ad director position at T-0

March 11, 2014 While new to the Times Observer, the newspaper’s new director of advertising is not at all new to the business community with which she’ll be dealing. more »»

Y’ville Council discusses merger of ROY group

March 11, 2014 Revitalization of Youngsville (ROY) is looking for place with the borough governmen. more »»

Youngsville High teams place 2nd, 3rd in ‘Battle’

March 11, 2014 Two groups of Youngsville High School students have returned from battle in triumph. more »»

Hearing set on C-1 zone changes

March 10, 2014 They say a house is not a home and, in the City of Warren, there are places it can’t become one eithe. more »»

Months Of Near Misses

March 10, 2014 John Stanton couldn’t be more humble about his service in the 7th Infantry Regiment during World War II. “I’m no hero,” he says. “I didn’t do anything to be a hero. more »»

His country’s thanks were in a little box

March 10, 2014 According to the Congressional act in 1919 that established the Distinguished Service Cross, one of the criteria is that “the act or acts of heroism must have been so notable and have involved risk... more »»

It’s Up To You

March 10, 2014 Monday ¯ Warren County Commissioners meet for a work session, 10 a.m., conference room, Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Youngsville Borough Council meets at 4:30 p.m., borough building. more »»

Water Woes

March 8, 2014 The problem is electrical but the result is aqueous. The Warren County School District’s (WCSD) campus on Lawn Ave. is having some water issues thanks to a faulty controller. more »»

Burglar gets time in state prison

March 8, 2014 Raymond Erik Wright was definitely in the wrong and, in the judge’s estimation, he didn’t seem to care. more »»

Budding artists display their work

March 8, 2014 After a tour through the Crary Art Gallery last week, the students in Shelly Teska’s Youngsville Head Start class were inspired to create their own versions of art. more »»

It Could Take Years

March 7, 2014 It’s been over a year since the City of Warren filed suit against GRO-Warren in an attempt to recoup $500,000 in state grant funding the economic development entity squandered in a failed arts cente... more »»

Portion of downtown building coming down

March 7, 2014 Demolition on the one-story portion of the building on the corner of Market Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, next door to the Times Observer, began on Thursday. more »»

Thompson joins in to critique budget

March 7, 2014 President Obama’s budget proposal has prompted wide-spread denunciation from Republicans since it was unveiled on Tuesday. more »»

DECA-rated Students

March 7, 2014 All 16 Warren County Career Center DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) students who traveled to Hershey for the state competition last week won medals. Some won two or even three medals. more »»

DECArated Students

March 7, 2014 All 16 Warren County Career Center DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) students who traveled to Hershey for the state competition last week won medals. Some won two or even three medals. more »»

 
 

 

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