Sheffield

‘Missed by many’

Jeremiah ‘Jerry’ Borden was a life-long resident of Sheffield. He was a funeral director for 55 years. He was elected Warren County coroner in 1993 and held that post until his death on Saturday. For more than 50 years, Borden was a member of the Sheffield Volunteer Fire ...

57th Annual Sheffield Fireman’s Festival to begin August 11

The Sheffield Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 57th Annual Fireman’s Festival the week of August 11 to 17. Expect some changes, but the goal of family fun remains. The festival kicks off on Sunday, Aug. 11, with “the” chicken barbecue. The Sheffield Rod ‘N Gun Club ...

The stands were packed at Music on the Mountain

The fifth annual Music on the Mountain was held at Wolverine Mountain on Friday, July 26. The show was sold out, all 800 tickets, according to Art Lane, Music on the Mountain Chairman. T-shirts for the show and concessions also sold out. “I was very surprised on the turnout, I never ...

Hometown to footlights, Meddock details her ‘crazy educational journey’

Often the path to success, however you define it, is riddled with twists, turns, and even detours. One Sheffield Area High School graduate knew what direction she was headed at an early age, and the signs along her path kept pointing her straight ahead — landing her in New York ...

Spartans assemble

The Spartans have assembled atop Wolverine Mountain. The Spartans aren’t actually from Sparta, though. The drum corps is based out of Nashua, NH. The Spartans have been around for 62 years, have 19 titles and awards and estimate to have had over 2,000 young adults go through the ...

Devon Meddock makes her mark

Sheffield Area High School graduate Devon Meddock recently performed in the 1,000th performance of “The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking” at the New World Stages, 340 W. 50th St., in the heart of Manhattan’s Theater District. Meddock is the lead soprano and vocal captain of the ...

On The Record

Sheffield Township Crash. At 12:47 p.m., Saturday, July 6, Daniel R. Greene, 55, of Columbiana, OH, was traveling west on State Route 666. Greene attempted to negotiate a curve in the road and allegedly lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle slid across the roadway and struck a guide rail. ...

Sheffield considers speed bumps

Sheffield Township supervisors are looking into installing speed bumps, or humps, around town. Speed humps fall under the category of traffic calming devices. Considerations for such devices, as with anything, are both positive and negative. One of the primary considerations before a speed ...

Police seek info after Sheffield Uni-Mart theft

Early Thursday, two people broke the front window at Sheffield Uni-Mart (Pit Stop), went inside, and left with items valued in the thousands of dollars. According to Pennsylvania State Police, two people who hid their identities during the crime broke into the store at about 3 a.m. In ...

On The Record

Sheffield Twp. State police at the Warren barracks report Andre Roche, 65, of Sheffield was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence and other traffic violations on May 12. The incident occurred when Roche was stopped while he was driving a 2002 Subaru Outback near the ...

Sheffield Life

Pool Tournament The 13th Annual Joe Shall Memorial Pool Tournament was a success once again. Taking place at the Sheffield VFW Post 8755 with a great turn out of competitors. The inner was Quintin Miller, who donated his winnings back to the Sheffield Trap Team. RECYCLEATHON On Saturday, ...

Sheffield 5th graders sample careers

Sheffield’s fifth-graders are learning what career they want to do. Well, not yet, but they are learning about careers. Sheffield Area Elementary School teacher Kristine Conn invites speakers to talk about their careers to her fifth-graders — as part of a “career” project. Last ...

Well Armed Woman, Sheffield Rod and Gun Club fall out after three months

Well Armed Woman got its start in Warren thanks to the effort of Dee Barrett-Klakamp, who founded the Warren County Chapter in May of this year. Initially, the chapter was meeting the first Saturday of every month at the Sheffield Rod and Gun Club on Austin Hill Road in Sheffield. “We ...

Empowered, educated and equipped

Warren’s women are becoming well-armed. Not just in terms of owning firearms. They’re well-armed in terms of knowledge, skill, confidence, and community. Because being well-armed, explained Dee Barrett-Klakamp, who leads the Warren County Chapter of the national Well Armed Woman (WAW) ...

Sheffield Homecoming Queen

Times Observer photo by Cody Elms 2017 Homecoming queen Mya Grubbs crowns 2018 queen Scottlyn Barr during halftime of Sheffield’s Homecoming game against Keystone.

Sheffield High School Homecoming Court

Photo submitted to Times Observer The members of the 2018 Sheffield High School Homecoming Court are, from left, in front, Callen Copley, Riley Downey, Scottlyn Barr, Laurel Connolly, and Alyssa McCracken; and, in the back, Isaac Fileger, Wesley Atwell, Luke Davidson, Ryan Weaver, and Matt ...

Sheffield Life

Sheffield Township Milling and Paving Residents who live or work on Elk Street, Leather Street, Center Street from the Center Street Bridge to Route 666/948 will want to find another place to park on Wednesday, Sept. 26, and Thursday, Sept. 27, because IA Construction will be in town milling ...

Sheffield Life

Sheffield-Barnes UMC Open Doors Dinner Monday, Aug. 27, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., is the next Open Doors Dinner at the Sheffield United Methodist Church. This month’s dinner is pulled pork on a kaiser roll, coleslaw, corn on the cob, watermelon, lemonade, and ice tea. Donations are accepted, ...

Sheffield Life

Sheffield Township Library Summer Reading Program On Friday, August 10, and Friday, August 17, come join Molly Chapman as she leads the summer reading program at the library for children ages 4-8 from 10 a.m. to noon each day. She will be offering snacks, games, reading and a whole lot of ...