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August 7, 2014 Hospice receives donations Hospice of Warren County, a non-profit affiliate of Warren General Hospital, received contributions during June in memory of Norman and Viola Abbott, Ray Berdine, Raymond... more »»

Monday is always moving in and setting up day

August 5, 2014 Preparations for the 2014 Warren County Fair came to a head on Monday, with trailers of livestock and midway amusement rides arriving nearly constantly. more »»

Work to start on Rt. 666 bridge

August 5, 2014 Warren County will see a new bridge which, according to PennDOT, is the result of the comprehensive transportation plan, Act 89, passed last year. more »»

County fair’s history detailed at luncheon

August 5, 2014 The annual Warren County Fair Media Luncheon took place on Monday, sponsored by the Warren County Visitors Bureau as it has been for the past six years. more »»

Rainfall total up, but so is number of campers

August 5, 2014 Rainfall may be slightly above average for the region, but it’s not stopping campers from visiting the Allegheny National Fores. more »»

It’s Fair Week

August 5, 2014 more »»

Council rejects Crary sign application

August 5, 2014 Warren City Council rejected a marquee sign application from the Crary Art Gallery during a special meeting on Monday. Council initially tabled action on the proposal last month. more »»

Blue-green algae back on reservoir

August 5, 2014 Hazardous blue-green algae is back in the Allegheny Reservoir. According to a post on the Kinzua Dam Facebook page, run by the U.. more »»

Police seek pair accused of thefts

August 5, 2014 Police are looking for a Garland man and woman accused of stealing over $2,100 in cash and cartons of cigarettes valued at over $1,500 from the Kwik Fill in Pittsfield. more »»

Pilot gifted program has tools for monitoring

August 4, 2014 The Warren County School District is continuing to prepare a pilot program that will go into effect this fall for students identified as highly gifte. more »»

For Ron Bean, a close encounter with kamikaze

August 4, 2014 Ron Bean was on a beach in Okinawa when a Japanese Zero fighter plane flew over his head. more »»

A kid brother gave his life in Vietnam

August 4, 2014 Ron wasn’t the only member of the Bean family to serve in the armed forces. more »»

Thousands attend WW II re-enactment

August 4, 2014 Tidioute sponsored another successful World War II re-enactment on Saturday with 140 American soldiers and 140 Germans soldiers coming together for one of the most spectacular events in Tidioute. more »»

Cobham descendant, author tells his story

August 4, 2014 “The vision of the soldier is totally different than what the media portrayed.” In telling the story of Brig. Gen. George Cobham, who served as colonel of the 111 Pa. more »»

Setting Up Camp

August 2, 2014 bklein@timesobserver.com The 6th Annual WWII re-enactment of the battle at Remagen, Germany, in Tidioute will be bigger and louder this year. more »»

One grant gone, one sought

August 2, 2014 jcotton@timesobserver.com A state grant that has funded a tutoring-like program in the Warren County School District for the last three years is about to expire. more »»

Downtown gas line work gets underway

August 2, 2014 bferry@timesobserver.com A gas main serving the businesses along Liberty Street in Warren will be replaced over the next few weeks. more »»

Gas bills going down for some

August 2, 2014 bklein@timesobserver.com Pennsylvania customers of National Fuel will see a price drop in their gas bills soon. National Fuel’s annual gas supply charges have decreased 5.66 percent from $81. more »»

Anderson Back On Board

August 1, 2014 The Warren County School District board of directors has a new member. On Thursday, John Anderson was appointed to a post vacated by Trish Rosenstein on the nine-member pane. more »»

 
 

 

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