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TCCS takes new approach to combatting bullying

October 28, 2014 A new approach to bullying is underway at Tidioute Community Charter School. TCCS celebrated Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights (PACERs) Unity Day on Oct. more »»

Stay And Pay

October 27, 2014 Staying at the Warren County Jail is not a decision most people would choos. more »»

PKP gets funding for Rimrock Trail project

October 27, 2014 Pennsylvania Kinzua Pathways (PKP) has received funding for maintenance and safety improvements on the Rimrock Trai. more »»

Woman sentenced for coercing underage girl to have sex with adult

October 27, 2014 A Warren woman was sentenced to jail time Friday on charges that she encouraged and facilitated a 15-year old girl’s entry into a sexual relationship with a 34-year-old man with whom she was having ... more »»

Man draws prison term for injuring 2-year-old

October 27, 2014 A man found guilty of slapping and injuring a two-year-old child will serve time in state prison. Michael L. more »»

Tabs donated for RMHC

October 27, 2014 According to Ronald McDonald House Charities, “Many families travel far from home and spend several weeks or months to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children – a long time to be... more »»

WGH adds Breast MRI

October 25, 2014 Warren General Hospital has upgraded its women’s health program offerings. “Just in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Warren General Hospital is proud to announce the... more »»

City moves forward with plans for downtown

October 25, 2014 An engineer is in place to bring to fruition the City of Warren’s $. more »»

State prison for woman with knife

October 25, 2014 A Warren woman was sentenced to state prison Friday for threatening people with an eight-inch knife in April. Jacqueline N. more »»

Struthers Getting A Lift

October 24, 2014 In July, Warren City Council gave its support to an upcoming project at the Struthers Library Theatre that will result in a glass-walled elevator on the east side of the theater, a new marquee and a... more »»

Prison crew gets thanks

October 24, 2014 When the Warren County Prison Work Crew went to help a Sheffield church, they ran into more than they expected. more »»

Ristau pleads for Farmer’s Market

October 24, 2014 With the Farmer’s Market in Warren wrapping up for the year this weekend, a plea was made to Warren City Council to thwart a possible move of the market out of downtow. more »»

Sokolski stood out among award nominees

October 24, 2014 The nominees for the Community Service Award stand out for their volunteer and philanthropic effort. more »»

Library receives grant for Wi-Fi

October 24, 2014 The Warren Public Library was awarded a $11,986 grant from the state for broadband access. more »»

Triathlon boosts donations by DAV

October 23, 2014 Chapter 75 of the Disabled American Veterans has donated $20,069 more to help out area veterans, thanks to the Willow Creek Triathlo. more »»

A Time To Honor Them

October 23, 2014 Over the last seven months, the Times Observer staff have interviewed and told the stories of more than 20 World War II veterans from Warren County. We would like to say thank you. more »»

Supporting Crime Victims

October 23, 2014 Warren County is no longer in the business of providing victim-witness services. The county must offer those services and for the past four years, a victim-witness program was offered in-house. more »»

Former ACA building has new owner

October 23, 2014 A high-profile property once destined to be the site of a downtown arts center has sold at judicial sale. Previously owned by the Warren Business District Coalition, In. more »»

Ask the Doctor program kicks off at WGH

October 23, 2014 Ask the Doctor, a new, free program at Warren General Hospital provides answers to medical questions without needing to make appointments. From noon to 1 p.m. more »»

Neighbor tells board he’ll aid demolition of Clarendon property

October 23, 2014 The Warren County Redevelopment Authority put a rush on one of the items on its list. Since Clarendon Borough acquired the 10 Railroad St. more »»

 
 

 

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