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What The DUI Manual Says

August 12, 2014 Second of three parts The man who “wrote the book” on DUI prosecutions in Pennsylvania says attorneys should be aware of the need to convert serum blood BAC to whole blood BAC. more »»

Those pesky black flies are back ... and biting

August 12, 2014 When the black flies are bad, people take steps from wearing special hats with netting to simply refusing to go outside. more »»

Carl Russo: Loading bombs, cheering gunners

August 11, 2014 Graduating from high school at 17, having to wait a year to be eligible for the draft, and not knowing when, or if, the draft would call, Carl Russo took his service in World War II into his own... more »»

DUI Woes

August 11, 2014 First of 3 Parts For five years, blood alcohol test results were misinterpreted in the Warren County court system. more »»

Timber sales up slightly on ANF

August 11, 2014 Timber sales are up slightly on the Allegheny National Forest in comparison to last year. more »»

Battling bugs: COG gets update

August 11, 2014 At its meeting last Wednesday, the Warren County Council of Governments received an update on some buggy situation. more »»

Taking flight over the Fair

August 9, 2014 Times Observer photos by Rob Andersen Screamers The “Frenzy” produced plenty of screams at the Bates Brothers Amusement midway at the Warren County Fair. The rides continue on Saturday, from 1 p.m. more »»

Fatal motorcycle crash

August 9, 2014 Times Observer photo by Rob Andersen Isa K. Hussain, 37, of Toronto, was killed in a motorcycle crash at 3:15 p.m. Friday on Longhouse Scenic Drive in Mead Township. more »»

Scammers calling on the classifieds

August 9, 2014 When a classified ad is already in the newspaper, Times Observer representatives will not call for more money to keep it running longer. more »»

Acting ANF chief: Stability needed at top

August 9, 2014 “(We) need someone that wants to be here and wants to be here for quite a while. more »»

More feedback sought on long-range plan

August 9, 2014 By JOSH COTTON In June, a public meeting was held to gather feedback on a long-range transportation plan for Warren County. more »»


August 9, 2014 The “Frenzy” produced plenty of screams at the Bates Brothers Amusement midway at the Warren County Fair. The rides continue on Saturday, from 1 p.m. until midnight. more »»

Called To Duty

August 9, 2014 By ROB ANDERSEN In their on-going search for ‘a few good horses’, the Pennsylvania State Police recruited Damien. more »»

A Voice Remembered

August 8, 2014 The Warren County Fair gets better and better each year, with more attractions, food and good times. more »»

Drivers warned about Pa. Move Over Law

August 8, 2014 Police officers conducting traffic stops have enough to worry about without feeling the wind from a car passing inches away. more »»

Treatment plant upgrade proceeding on schedule

August 8, 2014 The upgrade at the City of Warren sewage treatment plant is right on schedule. more »»

Parks and Rec panel gets projects update

August 7, 2014 The City of Warren Parks and Recreation Committee received updates on several ongoing projects Tuesday afternoon during the its bi-monthly meeting. more »»

Great Friends

August 7, 2014 You’d do anything for your best friend. more »»

Bids approved for pool, lot projects

August 7, 2014 Warren City Council approved bids for two projects during its special meeting on Monday. The first project encompasses renovations to the municipal pool restrooms. more »»

City hopes to host Greenways and Trails Summit

August 7, 2014 A committee has been formed to submit a proposal to the Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Society for the City of Warren to host the 2015 Pennsylvania Greenways and Trails Summit. more »»



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