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Junior city councilman sworn in on Monday

September 20, 2016 Warren City Council welcomed a new junior member on Monday night. Joshua Chimenti was sworn in as the next junior council member by Mayor Maurice Cashman during Monday night’s regular meeting. more »»

A good fishing story: Time’s gone by, but Charles Allen’s love of catching the big one has not

September 19, 2016 There’s nothing like a good fishing story. And Charles Allen has a whole bunch of them. Allen, who now lives in the Erie area, grew up in Warren County. more »»

Touchdown

September 19, 2016 “In seven minutes the whole world changed,” said Jaron VanOrd, whose home is across the street from an outbuilding that was damaged, along with a line of cow fence, on Peterson Road on Saturday... more »»

Warren County plans to utilize SheriffApp.com

September 19, 2016 If things go as planned, the Warren County Sheriff’s Office, and other law enforcement agencies will have a new tool. SheriffApp. more »»

Prescribed burns aimed to help deer hunting

September 19, 2016 The only things deer hunters want in Pennsylvania are more – and bigger – deer. more »»

Riverfest

September 19, 2016 “We can’t control the weather,” said Cricket Angert, a volunteer at the Warren County Historical Society who, along with Carol Barnickel, manned the Historical Society’s tent at the inaugural... more »»

‘Unlawful to abandon animals at this gate’

September 17, 2016 Paws Along the River accepts strays and animals whose owners can no longer keep them. The organization can also fine people who abandon animals. more »»

NY woman sent to state prison for string of burglaries

September 17, 2016 A Jamestown woman who was involved in a string of burglaries in Warren County will serve years in state prison. Jessica L. Hann, 34, of Jamestown, N.. more »»

Priceless

September 17, 2016 Times Observer photo by Andy Close Youngsville High School senior Leah McCluskey’s reaction is priceless as she’s announced on Friday as Homecoming Queen during halftime of the Homecoming football... more »»

How to be a good hunter... starts with instructors

September 17, 2016 It’s about hunting “responsibly, ethically, and safely,” said Warren County Wildlife Conservation Officer Eric McBride. more »»

Columbus Twp man pleads guilty to meth lab

September 17, 2016 A Columbus Township man has pleaded guilty to operating a methamphetamine lab. more »»

‘Great day to shoot some guns’ for outdoor writers’ conference

September 17, 2016 Tuesday was a “great day to shoot some guns” at the Sugar Grove AMVETS Post 50. more »»

Blight Committee refers Youngsville property to commission

September 17, 2016 One property was advanced and four properties were tabled at the County Blight Committee meeting on Thursday. more »»

Stories of two at dedication caught attention of reporter

September 16, 2016 Two folks at the dedication caught the specific attention of the Buffalo Evening News: 85-year-old Jamestown attorney Ernest Cawcroft and Blanche Brownell of Warren. more »»

Dedication Day

September 16, 2016 September 16, 1966. The Bradford Era called it a day when “a dream almost as old as living memory becomes a reality. more »»

Northwest Savings Bank employees take healthy break during work day

September 16, 2016 Hundreds of Northwest Savings Bank employees left their offices for a health break during work Thursday. The annual employee fair featured lunch, health vendors, and professional development. more »»

Child abuse reports up, substantiated reports flat

September 16, 2016 Child abuse reports are up in Warren County but substantiated reports held flat from 2014 to 2015. more »»

Utility work set on PA Ave.

September 16, 2016 Utility work will require daytime traffic restrictions starting next week on a portion of Pennsylvania Avenue in Warren between the intersections with Morrison and Struthers streets. more »»

U.S. House approves Thompson bill that protects rights of mineral owners on ANF

September 15, 2016 A bill put forth by Congressman Glenn Thompson designed to protect the rights of mineral owners in the Allegheny National Forest has received approved by the House of Representatives. more »»

 
 

 

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