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City Council OK’s series of ordinances

July 20, 2016 It was a night of green lights for Warren City Council as multiple ordinances were approved during Monday’s meeting. more »»

It looks like they’re fighting, but it’s ‘Stage Combat’ class

July 20, 2016 From a simple slap to a full-on fight scene, stage combat finds its way into entertainment all the time. more »»

Organizers hope Academy grows into full-fledged theater school

July 20, 2016 The Struthers Library Theatre Academy is a project that will foster theater skills, confidence, and growth in young people, and bring back veterans to give back to the program. more »»

County commissioners, library panel examine bids for new roof and more

July 19, 2016 Warren Public Library took another step on the path to a new roof on Monday. The Warren County Commissioners opened bids for four related, but separate, projects at the library. more »»

Charter Change?

July 19, 2016 Warren City Council heard lengthy discussion at its meeting Monday evening about a proposed referendum question it would like to place on November’s General Election ballot. more »»

Interpretative signs at Tidioute Overlook updated

July 19, 2016 With summer in full swing and people exploring the Allegheny National Forest, it’s been the perfect time to update the kiosks offering historical information around the Tidioute area. more »»

Computer science bill authored by Rapp becomes law

July 19, 2016 Legislation authored by state Rep. Kathy Rapp to encourage high school students to gain computer science and technology skills is now law. more »»

Water Monitors

July 18, 2016 After the ice melts on the Allegheny Reservoir each spring, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers personnel return a water quality buoy to the lake to monitor conditions. more »»

Motorcyclist killed in Rt. 62 crash

July 18, 2016 A Lawrence County man was killed in a two-vehicle crash at Route 62 and National Forge Road in Brokenstraw Township on Sunday morning. According to Warren-based state police, Clifton T. more »»

Tax exempt or taxable?

July 18, 2016 While the tax battle over Canterbury Court in Warren continues, the Housing Authority of Warren County maintains the property should be tax exempt. more »»

Aug. 3 hearing set for reconsideration of tax-exempt ruling

July 18, 2016 A miscommunication has resulted in Warren County filing a motion to reconsider an order that granted tax-exempt status to Canterbury Court. more »»

One Stone At A Time...

July 18, 2016 Stone cairns are what have been referred to as the oldest form of theater, according to Tom Dunn, Jr. more »»

Community-wide YABA Days expanded in Youngsville

July 16, 2016 The annual YABA Days community-wide garage sales will be going on along with several events in Youngsville, this Saturday and Sunday, July 16-17. From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. more »»

Downtown ‘Santa House’ area cleared for new Liberty Street Courtyard

July 16, 2016 The Santa House is gone. But Santa Claus is still coming to town. And he will have a new roof over his head when he comes to Warren this Christmas season. more »»

Founder of Toy Shoppe honored

July 16, 2016 John Vietmeier, volunteer toymaker at The Toy Shoppe in North Warren, presented a plaque to the workshop’s founder, Gerry Snyder, on Friday afternoon, “in appreciation of your vision of what this... more »»

Pokemon GO... or NO?

July 15, 2016 Even if you weren’t a child of the 1990s, you’ve probably, at this point, heard about the resurging phenomena of Pokemon and the fact that you “gotta catch ‘em all. more »»

Pokemon GO... or NO?

July 15, 2016 It’s been a week since Pokemon GO hit the app store and has since been downloaded onto smartphones over 15 million times. more »»

PA US Senate candidate McGinty calls for twice the COPS federal funding

July 15, 2016 In the wake of shootings that have generated accusations of police brutality in Minnesota and Louisiana, protests nationwide, and terrorism in the name of retaliation in Texas, Pennsylvania’s... more »»

Sheffield man charged with robberies on consecutive nights

July 15, 2016 Casey C. McClain, 26, of 215 Church S. more »»

Three charged with robbery, assault

July 15, 2016 Two mistakes were published in the July 13 Times Observer story about three men who were charged with robbery and assault of a Warren man. The story indicated that the victim, Shawn M. more »»

 
 

 

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