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Vehicular chase through downtown and fight bring lengthy list of charges

August 25, 2015 By JOSH COTTON A chase through Warren and a subsequent fight in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue have netted a Pleasant Township man a lengthy list of charges. more »»

Youngsville man convicted by jury

August 25, 2015 A Youngsville man was found guilty on three of four counts before Senior Judge William Morgan during a one-day jury trial Monday. Josh L. more »»

Warren man held on sexual offenses

August 25, 2015 A Warren man is behind bars and been charged with several sexual offenses stemming from a relationship with a 14-year-old girl. more »»

Kinzua heritage

August 24, 2015 "It's about family and the feeling, not the money." History and education are what bring people to the Kinzua Heritage Festival, according to Mary Ann Robins. more »»

'Nice taste of the area' being offered at trails summit

August 24, 2015 The schedule is up and it's time to register. more »»

Thompson's Island: 'History is important to preserve'

August 24, 2015 When the American Revolution began, the Iroquois Confederacy remained neutral. During the French and Indian War, the Six Nations had an understanding with the Britis. more »»

Tales surfacing on the Battle of Thompson's Island

August 24, 2015 As far as Colonial American battles are concerned, Western Pennsylvania is synonymous with the French and Indian War and Pontiac's Rebellion. more »»

Cost reductions being reviewed by TCCS

August 24, 2015 The Tidioute Community Charter School and Warren County School District could not settle terms that included an increase in the charter school's overall enrollment. more »»

Board responds

August 22, 2015 The Warren County School District board of directors have composed a response to State Rep. Kathy Rapp. Most board members and administrators received a letter from Rapp dated Aug. more »»

In Their Honor

August 22, 2015 The legacy of the Civilian Conservation Corps is still alive on the Allegheny National Forest. You just have to know where to loo. more »»

Legislators hear select ANF interests at forum

August 22, 2015 It was about forest management, timber harvests, and the local econom. more »»

2 ANF beaches reopened after E. coli closings

August 22, 2015 Two beaches on the Allegheny National Forest that had been closed to swimming have reopened, according to a release from the ANF Public Affairs Officer Ruth Sutto. more »»

WAHS QZAB savings detailed

August 22, 2015 Warren County School District will save millions of dollars in interest payments on its current renovation project. more »»

Bringing ‘Nostalgia Ink’ to Warren

August 22, 2015 Some artists work in watercolors or oils, their work stuck to a wall. Other artists, like David Baker, work in ink—and their art moves wherever the body it is on takes it. more »»

Glarner named director of NW PA film office

August 22, 2015 Joseph Glarner has been named the first director of the Northern Pennsylvania Film Office on Liberty Street, Warren, as of Saturday. more »»

No. 7 on Warren County’s Most Wanted list, Tompsett captured

August 22, 2015 Scott Alan Tompsett, 33, Kennedy, N.Y., was captured near Pittsburgh, and transported Thursday to the Warren County Jail. more »»

Business-to-Business Food Challenge planned to benefit kids

August 22, 2015 In the name of competitive cooperation, the Rouse, the Times Observer, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry are teaming up to provide healthy food for... more »»

Rapp Rips School Board

August 21, 2015 State Rep. Kathy Rapp has lashed out at the Warren County School District board of directors for comments made at last week’s school board meeting. Rapp, in a letter dated Aug. more »»

School buses ready to roll

August 21, 2015 The wheels on the bus go round and round, and they’ll be revving to life for school in less than two weeks. With school starting on Sept. more »»

Sheffield Fireman’s Festival opens with Pet Parade, rides

August 21, 2015 The 53rd Annual Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department’s Fireman’s Festival is in full swing, running through Saturday. The carnival of rides and festival food will reopen Friday at 6 p.m. more »»



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