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RDA to move forward with Conewango property sale

Local News

The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority has been granted permission to sell a burned-out Conewango Ave. property. The property in question is located at 17 Conewango Ave. A fire occurred at the property in August 2016 which resulted in an initial notice of violation as the residence ...

Round and round we go

Local News

There’s one more round left for the roundabout decision. The final decision is being held up by rescission. The roundabout issue will only be before council for one more week, according to Mayor Maurice Cashman. At a special Monday night meeting of Warren City Council, Council Member ...

On The Record

Local News

Warren Drug possession. City of Warren police report John Leichtenberger, 25, of Clarendon was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on Feb. 1 after officers responded to a report of an unwanted subject refusing to leave a residence. Hit and run. David Tremblay Jr., 45, of Warren ...

‘Tis the season for tax forms, assistance

Business

As tax season is ongoing, it’s important to know where you can find local help for your taxes. Tax forms The Warren Public Library is a place to start. Located in the Reference Department on the second floor of the library is a location to obtain tax forms and information. The ...

WCDA finalizes PNC building purchase

Business

The Warren County Development Association has officially paid back a loan from the Warren County Commissioners that allowed the WCDA to purchase the PNC Bank building in downtown Warren. The parties involved – the Northern Pennsylvania Regional College, the WCDA and several governmental ...

Briefs…

Community

Indivisible Warren Indivisible Warren PA will hold its bimonthly meeting this Thursday, Feb. 14, at Emanuel Church of Christ (1710 Penna. Ave. East, Warren), from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. For information on Indivisible, see www.indivisibleguide.com. Bridge results Tuesday afternoon ...

How are geodes formed?

Local News

A group of students at the Warren County Christian School are working to figure out just where geodes come from and how they came to be. Essentially a partially hollow stone with – when fully formed – crystals on the inside, students at WCCS have been working with the geological ...

Winter Weather Advisory today

Local News

Winter Weather Advisory from noon today to noon tomorrow. Snow is expected to turn to spots of freezing rain tonight making driving difficult.

Making memories

Local News

Art students at Eisenhower Middle High School recently participated in a project known as the Memory Project. The Memory Project is a charitable nonprofit organization that invites art teachers, students, and artists to help promote global kindness through the creation of portraits for ...

Sugar Grove accident results in ‘minor injuries’

Local News

Busti (N.Y.) firefighters were called to assist Warren County crews Sunday night after a car crashed into a tree on Rt. 957 near Sugar Grove, according to The Post-Journal. An individual was transported to UPMC in Jamestown, N.Y., with "minor injuries," according to P-J.

Dam outflow increases

Local News

Significant increases in the outflow from Kinzua Dam were planned over the weekend and over several days, causing substantial rises in river levels. Gate openings will be spaced over several hours so as not to cause sudden rises. Boaters and anglers are advised to exercise caution.

‘Not in favor’

Local News

When a bill that would allow Sunday hunting hits the floor of the Pennsylvania Senate, it will not have the support of Sen. Scott Hutchinson. Hutchinson (R-21) said he was surprised how quickly the proposed legislation made it out of the Game and Fisheries Committee. The proposal was ...

Defendants enter pleas

Cops & Court Report

The following defendants entered guilty pleas before Judge Gregory Hammond on Thursday afternoon at the Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Michael I. Barry, Russell, to possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI: Controlled substance – Schedule II or III – ...

Crossett, Inc. recognizes

Business

Photo submitted to Times Observer Crossett, Inc. recognized five drivers and shop staff for continuing a 91-year tradition of excellence in service and safety. Drivers Brad Straight, Dennis Kemper, and Brian Ecelberger are all inductees of the prestigious Crossett, Inc. Million Mile Club, ...

RTPI presents Roger Tory Peterson’s Penguins February 8 to May 5

Community

“’Comical’ – ‘Adorable’ – ‘The little fellow in the dress suit,’ et cetera. It is tempting to be anthropomorphic about penguins. Using human comparisons, it is easy to think of them as little clowns, the ridiculous dwarfs that enliven the circus, waddling with baggy pants ...

Audubon announces scholarship opportunities

Community

Audubon Community Nature Center (ACNC) is accepting applications for students with an interest in wildlife and nature education. The deadline for applying for the 2019 Ryan Exline Memorial Scholarship is Monday, March 18. Since 2003, the education staff of the Nature Center has held an annual ...

Briefs…

Community

Class lunch Warren High School class of 1951 will meet for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, at the Cornerstone. Guests are welcome. ——— The Warren High School class of 1955 will meet for lunch at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Pizza Hut. Hospice memorials Hospice of ...

Times a Changin’

Community

James Stearns was the driver behind bringing the first telephones to Warren. As popularity grew, so did the size of the network. According to an article in Stepping Stones, the publication of the Warren County Historical Society, that expansion passed a big test on a call from Warren to ...

A way with words…

Education

Congrats to all the competitors. Being knocked out of the Warren County Spelling Bee is not a shameful thing. Like any competition with an eventual champion — almost every competitor loses their last game — or, in this case, misspells their last word. Only one speller out of the ...

Chili-out on Saturday at North Warren Volunteer Fire Dept.

Local News

It’s time for chili for life. The fourth annual Relay for Life Chili Cook Off will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 9, at the North Warren Volunteer Fire Department on State Street. A number of community chefs will be competing this year. They will, of course, be joined by ...