Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | All Access e-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
A steel worker keeps troops fed and clothed

January 21, 2016 In 2014, Times Observer staff had the honor of sitting down with Cleo Haehn to discuss his service to his country in World War II. more »»

State funding is key; ‘It’s our turn’ for a community college

January 21, 2016 The Times Observer is publishing a series of articles that takes a look at the possibilities of a community college here, and the steps the Education Consortium of the Upper Allegheny is doing to... more »»

A son he hadn’t seen waited for his return

January 21, 2016 In 2014, Times Observer staff had the honor of sitting down with Cleo Haehn to discuss his service to his country in World War II. more »»

Committee defines ‘blighted property’ at meeting

January 21, 2016 Even though a blighted residence has been boarded up, it still meets the conditions of a blighted property. more »»

A steel worker before and after the war

January 21, 2016 In 2014, Times Observer staff had the honor of sitting down with Cleo Haehn to discuss his service to his country in World War II. more »»

It’s that time

January 20, 2016 While it took some time to arrive, it looks like winter – and snow – are here to stay. more »»

Where a community college stands depends a lot on where the state budget is at

January 20, 2016 This week, the Times Observer is publishing a series of articles that takes a look at the possibilities of a community college here, and the steps the Education Consortium of the Upper Allegheny is... more »»

Women charged with attempting to steal animal rescue horses

January 20, 2016 Two horses that had been surrendered to an animal rescue association were nearly stolen last Thursday. more »»

City plans to take sidewalk inventory when snow melts

January 20, 2016 If you’ve ever thought sidewalks in the City of Warren were in rough shape, you’ll have a concrete answer in the next few months. more »»

Warren man arraigned after meth lab raid

January 20, 2016 A man accused of and arrested for cooking meth in Warren failed to post bail Tuesday and was taken to the Warren County Jail. more »»

Christmas trees helping fish habitat

January 20, 2016 They are the presents of Christmas trees past. more »»

ALICE!

January 19, 2016 It may be unthinkable that an active shooter event could take place in a local school, but local first responders, teachers, and students are thinking ahead. more »»

Tractor-trailer rollover shuts down Rt. 6 for a few hours

January 19, 2016 Route 6 was shut down late Monday morning after a tractor trailer rolled over in Columbus Township. more »»

2 Pennsylvania Ave. homes in fire to be demolished

January 19, 2016 Two homes on Pennsylvania Ave. in Warren wracked by fire in October will be demolished. more »»

Drug Task Force raids suspected meth lab Monday in Warren

January 19, 2016 The Warren County Drug Task Force raided a suspected meth lab in the City of Warren on Monday. Members of the task force entered the Irvine Street home shortly after 2 p.m. more »»

City Council considers impact of snow on parking spots

January 19, 2016 With parking in the City of Warren no longer being free, what obligation does the city have to make sure parking spaces aren’t gummed up with snow and ice? That’s a question posed by Warren City... more »»

There’s a need for a community college here

January 19, 2016 This week, the Times Observer is publishing a series of articles that takes a look at the possibilities of a community college here, and the steps the Education Consortium of the Upper Allegheny is... more »»

Hearing set on former furniture store building that partially collapsed

January 19, 2016 The owner of a crumbling building on Conewango Ave. will be in court against the City of Warren next month. Warren City Council was updated on the situation of the structure at 20 Conewango Ave. more »»

Warren General Hospital, Saint Vincent Hospital collaborate on women’s services

January 19, 2016 A new partnership between Warren General Hospital and the Allegheny Health Network’s Saint Vincent Hospital will help to increase access to specialized services for women in the Warren regio. more »»

The ol’ college try

January 18, 2016 This week, the Times Observer will publish a series of articles that takes a look at the possibilities of a community college here, and the steps the Education Consortium of the Upper Allegheny is... more »»

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web