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Fourth of July Committee announces prize winners

July 17, 2015 This year’s Fourth of July celebration winners were: 2015 Grand Prize Winners Grand Prize Jim Carbon $5,000 1. more »»

Times Observer carrier’s work recognized by PNA

July 17, 2015 Every day, Rachel Lynds gets up around 4:30 a.m. to deliver newspapers. On Wednesday, she got a break. She had earned it as one of the top youth newspaper carriers in the stat. more »»

Judge: Skiba incompetent to stand trial

July 17, 2015 A Sheffield man who allegedly set numerous fires at his Center Street apartment complex in March has been declared incompetent to stand trial. more »»

Golf scramble generates $1,000 for Vets Council

July 17, 2015 The current golf hype might revolve around the British Open, but for the Warren County United Veterans Council, it’s all about the recent golf scramble at Blueberry Hill Golf Club. more »»

Kinzua Beach swimming area closed again

July 17, 2015 The swimming area at Kinzua Beach is closed for at least a few days due to elevated e. coli levels in the water. more »»

Supervisors air concerns to DCED official

July 17, 2015 Township supervisors from around Warren County had an opportunity to express their concerns to state government Tuesday at a meeting in Starbrick. “It’s good for me to get out and about. more »»

Fun In The Sun

July 17, 2015 Plenty of kids took advantage of the sunshine Thursday afternoon at Beaty Par. more »»

World Class At ‘Shoes

July 16, 2015 Cameran Edwards is one of the best horseshoe pitchers in the world – she’s ranked eighth – and there is a good chance you will be able to watch her on ESPN vying for a world championship later this... more »»

A Needed Resource

July 16, 2015 It’s time Warren County had a Child Advocacy Center. more »»

Planners: East Side program off to good start

July 16, 2015 The excitement for the East Side Renaissance Program is building. more »»

State honors Allegheny Outfitters

July 16, 2015 Allegheny Outfitters has been outfitted with the Community Impact Award for northwest Pennsylvania as part of the 2015 Governor’s ImPAct Awards. more »»

Big Step Forward

July 15, 2015 In October, Warren City Council formalized its support for a face lift for the Struthers Library Theatre. more »»

Sometimes $1 still buys a lot, even a Steinway D concert grand piano

July 15, 2015 There aren’t too many situations where an organization can purchase a Steinway piano for $1. But the graciousness of the Warren Philomel Club has allowed the Struthers Library Theatre to do just that. more »»

Science goes to summer camp

July 15, 2015 Over 300 children experienced the science of baseball through the Carnegie Science Center’s “Grand Slam Science behind Sports” summer camp at the YMCA last Friday morning. more »»

Wanted

July 14, 2015 A man was caught on video breaking into a Warren drug store early Monday morning. more »»

Police say man sought on felony warrant likely in city

July 14, 2015 Police agencies in Warren County are seeking Thomas Vincent Christeson, 29, of 90 Front St., Tiona. more »»

Simpson elected DAV commander for state

July 14, 2015 Walt Simpson of Warren was elected Commander of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) of Pennsylvania at its annual convention in Exton, Pa., last mont. more »»

‘High-speed patching’

July 14, 2015 PennDOT crews were tearing up a strip of rough pavement on Market Street Extension in North Warren on Monday. more »»

Y’ville Council OKs pool study

July 14, 2015 Youngsville Borough Council decided to move forward with a feasibility study for the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool during its meeting on Monda. more »»

Family the focus at annual Rouse picnic

July 13, 2015 Violette McAmbley has three great-great grandchildren, loves flowers and is the oldest resident at the Rouse—both the Suites and the Rouse Home. more »»

 
 

 

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