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Rouse plans ‘Summerfest’ for the community

August 18, 2016 “I think I like it better than the (even the Warren County) Fair,” said Barb Williams, a resident at the Rouse Home in Youngsville, of their annual and upcoming community day. more »»

Bike race takes a turn with proposed road work

August 18, 2016 Proposed work on Longhouse Scenic Drive next year would force a move for one bicycle race, but shouldn’t affect the bicycle portion of the Tango. John Papalia, Jr. more »»

Annual CCC reunion (of one) on Friday

August 18, 2016 The annual Civilian Conservation Corps reunion put on by the Tionesta Snowmobile Club is quickly becoming a memorial. more »»

City completing summer projects

August 18, 2016 There are still a few weeks of summer left, and the City of Warren is using the time to its advantage with a number of projects. more »»

Girard’s dream job to return to teach at WCCS has ‘always been the plan’

August 17, 2016 “I’m so mad at you,” Christina Girard, then a senior at Warren County Christian School, told her new math teache. more »»

DA says problem in state’s BAC tests no issue here

August 17, 2016 During a recent internal review of its blood alcohol testing procedures, the Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Forensic Services found a problem. Between Dec. more »»

Down the road

August 17, 2016 Proponents or critics of a proposal to permit mountain bikes on some of the trails of the Tracy Ridge Recreation Area could be in for an extra Christmas present. more »»

People — and a lot of them — weigh in on the issue

August 17, 2016 To say that a proposal to permit mountain biking on some of the trails at Tracy Ridge has struck a chord would be an understatement. Just ask Bradford District Ranger Rich Hatfield. more »»

‘Other direction’

August 16, 2016 The teachers union has withdrawn its strike notice. But that does not necessarily mean there won’t be a strike. more »»

Detour: Work on Longhouse could snarl tourism

August 16, 2016 A proposed rehabilitation of the Longhouse Scenic Byway could snarl tourism traffic around the Allegheny Reservoir for multiple years. The U.S. more »»

‘Tis the season

August 16, 2016 Times Observer photos by Rob Andersen Above, the paving of streets in Warren continues this week, with Russell Standard workers on Central Avenue overlaying asphalt from Pennsylvania Avenue to... more »»

2 suspects in home invasion still at large

August 16, 2016 Police continue to investigate and remain vigilant in the case of a Saturday home invasion in Pleasant Township, but they are not confident any of the perpetrators, other than the one currently in... more »»

Observing Martz

August 16, 2016 On Robbin Hill Road, at the second highest elevation in Chautauqua County, N.Y., sits a pair of domes. more »»

Federal funding available to supplement county’s food and shelter programs

August 16, 2016 $5,576 in federal funding is now available to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in Warren County. more »»

Bridge replacement to start next week

August 15, 2016 Another structurally deficient bridge in Warren County will soon be replaced. And it will require a detour. PennDOT said that work will begin on Aug. more »»

Home Invasion

August 15, 2016 One suspect in a home invasion in the 3300 block of Pleasant Drive at 4:13 p.m. Saturday has been caught, but two more remained on the loose Sunday. more »»

Teachers withdraw strike notice

August 15, 2016 The Warren County Education Association officially withdrew its notice to strike Monday afternoon. The teachers union issued a release Monday stating that the withdrawal is a "show of good faith. more »»

Local weather changed ‘in the blink of an eye’

August 15, 2016 The strange weather pattern Warren County is now in changed “in the blink of an eye,” according to Aaron Tyburski, a meterologist with the National Weather Service in State College. more »»

They’re never in spotlight; they control the spotlight

August 15, 2016 Some people are never in the spotlight. But for every someone who is in the spotlight, there is someone behind that light making sure it’s on target. more »»

Knopf stuck to his plan of six years in Air Force

August 15, 2016 Ryan Knopf joined the United States Air Force on July 4, 2005 and exited the service on July 4, 2011. more »»

 
 

 

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