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Freeze ‘Fest’

January 17, 2016 It was Major Ralph Campbell’s second year in Warren to witness the Winterfest and the Polar Bear Plunge that is so widely associated with the three-day event each January. more »»

‘I Know a Fighter’

January 16, 2016 By STACEY GROSS The theme of last year’s Children’s Tumor Foundation (CTF) annual forum was “I Know a Fighter. more »»

Visitors Bureau continues to explore marketing tools

January 16, 2016 Last year, the Warren County Visitors Bureau advertised at a significant discount in the Pittsburgh Pirates Yearbook, and the WCVB board was asked of they wanted to continue this yea. more »»

Building partnerships

January 16, 2016 Once again, the Warren County Career Center and Habitat for Humanity have partnered to build a house. more »»

City may be in predicament if compost site closes

January 16, 2016 The managing entity of a site long used by private reisdents and the City of Warren for composting has announced it will be closing to the public. more »»

Welcome, Winterfest

January 16, 2016 Winterfest opened quietly Friday and is ready to make some noise. There were only a couple of teams that participated in the mid-distance races Friday morning at Chapman State Park. more »»

Career Center student charged with pulling knife on another

January 16, 2016 A Warren County Career Center student has been charged with threatening another student with a knife in an incident that occurred earlier this month. more »»

Area Agency on Aging’s new executive director wants to ‘explore other avenues or doors that we can open’

January 16, 2016 “People don’t know who we are until they need us,” Danelle Sowers, new executive director of Experience, Inc., said Thursday morning. “We’d like them to know (even) before they need us. more »»

DEP investigating stream pollution in Farmington Twp.

January 16, 2016 The Department of Environmental Protection is investigating an alleged release of manure into a stream in Farmington Townshi. more »»

Emergency management, incident command course set for ‘municipal officials’

January 16, 2016 A course concerning Emergency Management and another covering the Incident Command System (ICS) will be offered mid-February and in early March at the Henry R. Rouse Annex Building, 100 Dillon Dr. more »»

Jamestown man guilty in connection with Warren County burglary

January 16, 2016 A man charged with burglary and theft was found guilty on all counts as a result of a jury trial Thursday in Warren County court. Nicholas Rader, 37, of Jamestown, N.Y. more »»

Beat the Winter Blues! (Inside the Times Observer)

January 16, 2016 Want to Beat the Winter Blues? Here’s your chance. Over the 15 editions, including today, there will be a full-page ad located in each Times Observer. more »»

Welcoming Signs

January 15, 2016 Come spring, Warren will have two new signs greeting motorists on Route 6 coming into the city. more »»

Upton called ‘monster’, sent to state prison

January 15, 2016 “You’re her monster. more »»

Visitors Bureau big hit on social media

January 15, 2016 The Warren County Visitors Bureau is making inroads in promoting Warren County, partly through social media like Facebook. more »»

EHS seniors share physics skills in ‘awesome learning experience’

January 15, 2016 Seniors in the physics class at Eisenhower High School“really have to know what they’re doing,” their teacher Barb Vanatta said as they showed Sharon. more »»

First Meeting

January 14, 2016 The Warren County Commissioners have taken their places. more »»

One may plunge, but not this year

January 14, 2016 A Warren County Commissioner may be taking the plunge — the Polar Plunge. On Wednesday, Commissioner Jeff Eggleston volunteered to participate in the annual Winterfest Polar Plunge. more »»

Mistrial in fake $50 bills case

January 14, 2016 After spending almost 11 hours in the Warren County Courthouse on Tuesday, the participants in the trial of a man accused of passing counterfeit $50 bills at the 2014 Warren County Fair were out in... more »»

Several reasons why judge might decide to declare mistrial

January 14, 2016 There are several reasons a trial can be cut short before a verdict is reached. When that happens, it’s called a mistrial. more »»



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