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House-approved Rapp bill would enhance services for transitioning special education

June 23, 2016 The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has approved legislation that would enhance services for special education students transitioning out of high school. State Rep. more »»

Warren’s Khare appointed to committee for Republican Convention

June 23, 2016 Warren’s Ash Khare has been appointed to the Permanent Organization Committee for the upcoming Republican National Convention. more »»

‘Read to Me’: Leadership Warren branching inside — ‘literacy’ programs for inmates

June 22, 2016 Leadership Warren County projects are “generally an outdoor and touristy kind of a thing,” said LWC participant Kelli Knap. more »»

PA House votes to expand restrictions on abortion in bill introduced by Rapp

June 22, 2016 By ROB ANDERSEN randersen@timesobserver.comThe Pennsylvania House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted to update Pennsylvania’s Abortion Control Act Tuesday. more »»

Tops’ liquor license transfer approved by city council

June 22, 2016 A liquor license transfer to permit the sale of alcohol at Tops received a final, revised blessing from Warren City Council at its meeting this week. more »»

City to allow basement dwellings

June 22, 2016 Changes to the City of Warren zoning ordinance will permit individuals to live in the basement in the central commercial district. But it’s not to be carte blanch. more »»

Occupied property puts Authority in tough spot

June 22, 2016 The Warren County Redevelopment Authority found itself in a new position during Tuesday morning’s meeting. more »»

4th of July sponsors

June 22, 2016 Times Observer photo by Kiley Fischer The Warren County 4th of July Organization gained three new corporate sponsors thanks to the Fraternal Order of the Eagles #315, Golden Living Center Kinzua and... more »»

Foxmart general store cornerstone of Akeley for 130 years

June 22, 2016 The Foxmart general store in Akeley has been serving the Pine Grove community for over a century. It was first opened in 1886 by . more »»

City will hold back building permits against owners with bills or liens

June 22, 2016 State law that allows the city to hold back building permits against property owners with delinquent sewer bills or liens drew controversy a second time before Warren City Counci. more »»

Pittsfield woman charged with aggravated assault against hospital nurse

June 21, 2016 A Pittsfield woman has been charged with aggravated assault after she allegedly attacked a nurse at Warren General Hospital on Sunday, June 5. According to court documents, Jacqueline S. more »»

Pennsylvania House votes to expand restrictions on abortion on Rapp's bill

June 21, 2016 HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The Pennsylvania House approved new restrictions Tuesday on elective abortions after an emotional debate and despite a veto threat from the governor. more »»

Holiday Hoopla

June 21, 2016 Photo submitted to Times Observer Cubbies from Pack 13 take part in a Sports and Games activity at the Cub Scouts Summer Adventure, themed Holiday Hoopla, celebrating Halloween, Thanksgiving,... more »»

Council decides not to change burning ordinance in city

June 21, 2016 There will be no changes at this time to the burning ordinance in the City of Warren. more »»

P, R, A and Y

June 21, 2016 After watching his mother, mother-in-law and wife suffer the onslaught of Alzheimer’s disease, Jim Camp is sharing his experiences as well as his advice for other caregiver. more »»

‘Through these three women...’

June 21, 2016 Jim Camp is no stranger to the “24/7 proposition” that is being a caregiver for an Alzheimer’s patient. more »»

Most residents speak in favor of current recreational burning

June 21, 2016 City of Warren Council Chambers were packed on Monday night in response to a petition from a city resident that sought to alter burning regulations in the city. more »»

Flexing its mussels

June 20, 2016 The Hunter Station Bridge project near Tionesta is not the largest bridge project in state history, but the effort to move thousands of threatened and endangered mussels that would otherwise be... more »»

City planners move forward with property plan

June 20, 2016 The City of Warren Planning Commission and Redevelopment Authority are in agreement about moving ahead with a strategic plan that will address city-owned downtown property. more »»

Hunter Station Bridge replacement project could begin this year

June 20, 2016 The Hunter Station Bridge was originally opened in 1934. It’s a little over 1,000 feet long and 22 feet wide. The truss bridge is listed as a historic structure. It has to go. more »»

 
 

 

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