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Strength in numbers: Volunteers stuff boxes with much-needed food for BackPack Program

October 1, 2015 The lobby of Allegheny Valley was joyfully full of food and the cafeteria was packed with boxes, bags and volunteers for the first night of packing for the BackPack Program of the 2015-16 school year. more »»

TCCS feeling the state budget pinch

September 30, 2015 By JOSH COTTON The inability of the Pa. General Assembly and Gov. Tom Wolf to compromise on a budget has struck again. more »»

Warren teen Barker fishes with the big boys for Tidioute tournament title

September 30, 2015 Ryan Barker calls his son a “fish hog.” That’s because 16-year-old Adam wants to be the first in the boat, and the first to cast his line — which he hopes results in the first to catch a fish. more »»

Dirty Dozen changes focus; now fundraiser for Abbey

September 30, 2015 The annual Dirty Dozen is changing its focus. In the past, the event was a challenge for elite cyclists that raised funds for a worthy cause chosen by organizers. more »»

Be aware: Warren city police impersonators scam Sheffield woman

September 30, 2015 By ROB ANDERSEN A Sheffield woman was scammed out of a significant amount of money by people claiming to be members of the Warren City Police Department. more »»

‘A’ for improvement: Youngsville named Blue Ribbon school

September 30, 2015 Youngsville High School is a 2015 National Blue Ribbon High School. In a Tuesday release, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced Youngsville is among the 335 Blue Ribbon schools this yea. more »»

Youngsville man held for court on theft charges from volunteer fire department

September 30, 2015 A Youngsville man was held for court on all charges after a preliminary hearing Tuesday before District Judge Glen Carlson. Kenneth . more »»

Vanco: Commissioners evaluate pros and cons of reassessment

September 29, 2015 The Warren County Commissioners are still evaluating the pros and cons of property tax reassessment. more »»

Budget impasse forcing WCSD to withhold charter school money

September 29, 2015 By BRIAN FERRYThe Warren County School District is “feeling the pain” of a state budget impasse. On Monday, the school board voted to share that impact. more »»

PA legislators call for resolution through emergency funding bill

September 29, 2015 The Pennsylvania House of Representatives voted last week to approve an emergency funding bill that would get state funds to human service agencies and schools. more »»

Warren Marine Corps League remembers POW-MIA Day

September 29, 2015 There are over 80,000 U.S. Armed Forces personnel that remain missing in action from World War II to the present. more »»

Courthouse video available online

September 29, 2015 A video showcasing the Warren County Courthouse has been filmed, edited and broadcast, and may be viewed online. more »»

In the books: Upset Tax Sale held at county courthouse

September 29, 2015 The annual Warren County upset tax sale is in the books. Of the hundreds of properties initially on the list published in the Times Observer in July, only 77 made it to Monday’s sal. more »»

Fishing Festival

September 28, 2015 Over 500 pounds of fish were weighed in as part of the 56th Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament in Tidioute this weekend. But the Tournament is about so much more than the fis. more »»

Alzheimer’s: Living now, fighting back

September 28, 2015 “It takes you a while to forgive yourself,” said Ron Pazderski about putting his wife in Golden Living Kinzua nursing home. more »»

Walk held Saturday

September 28, 2015 The Walk to End Alzheimer’s held Saturday at Betts Park raised more than 80 percent of its goal — nearly $22,000 — to continue the battle against one of the world’s most devastating diseases. more »»

Wiles: Let’s take students to primary

September 28, 2015 “No one ever sees us,” Ruby Wiles, Free Books for Kids Town (FBFKT) founder and director said. “Rural kids are forgotten.” She’s looking to change that in a big way. more »»

Alzheimer’s: Knowing what to look for

September 28, 2015 According to the National Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior. more »»

Burning & Learning

September 28, 2015 There’s no better way to learn how to fight a fire than to actually fight a fire. more »»

Annual Christmas Walk and Parade is Dec. 4; planning starts now

September 26, 2015 It’s time to talk the Walk. The annual Christmas Walk and Parade will be held on Friday, Dec. 4. The theme of the event is Light Up the Night. more »»



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