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Western Pa. gas prices fall 6 cents

March 25, 2015 Western Pennsylvania gas prices dropped six cents this week to $2.594 a gallon according to AAA East Central’s Fuel Gauge report. The national average is $2.42. more »»

Warren student helps develop curriculum

March 24, 2015 A Warren Area High School senior is working with the Warren County Historical Society and Warren County School District to revamp the fifth-grade history curriculum and offer accessible historical... more »»

City Council OKs weekly lease for downtown seasonal business

March 24, 2015 Breeze Point Landing is going to have a new addition during the coming months. more »»

Sky-Sawing

March 24, 2015 Twenty feet of circular saw dangling from a helicopter might sound like something from a James Bond film. Say, for example, The World is Not Enough. more »»

Mead Township OKs donation to Corydon Cemetery

March 23, 2015 The Mead Township supervisors voted to give $500 to the Corydon Cemetery, as well to decline a request to lend a crack-sealing machine to Warren during a meeting Monday night. more »»

Go To Meeting ... Stay On Job

March 23, 2015 Nearly one-third of those in attendance at last Thursday morning’s Local Emergency Planning Committee weren’t there. A 9 a.m. meeting at the edge of Youngsville doesn’t work for everyone. more »»

Watson Township sets road inspection

March 23, 2015 At their meeting last Wednesday, the Watson Township Supervisors scheduled spring road inspection for Monday, March 23. more »»

Breaking Cases

March 23, 2015 Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board issued a legal advisory allowing beer and malt beverage distributors to sell malt or brewed beverages to the public in two configurations:... more »»

County takes look at rules for volunteers

March 23, 2015 In January, the Warren County School District discussed requirements for volunteers changing. However, that change, which is part of statewide legislation, doesn’t only apply to the school district. more »»

County man jailed after vehicle thefts in New York State

March 23, 2015 A Bear Lake man is behind bars without bail in Chautauqua County, N.Y., after admitting to stealing multiple vehicles over the weekend. more »»

GPS system can help surveyors and many more

March 23, 2015 A base station that provides extremely accurate locations through the global positioning satellite system has been placed on top of the Flatiron building in Warren. more »»

Forest County DA loses ballot spot

March 21, 2015 A judge has ruled that the incumbent Forest County district attorney’s name will not be on the Republican ballot for the May 19 primary election. more »»

A Perfect 50

March 21, 2015 Times Observer photo by Kiley Fischer Honored for voting record Audree Ord of Warren was inducted into the Pennsylvania Voter Hall of Fame for having voted at every November election for the last 50... more »»

Reports inconsistent about damage from collapsed roof at marina

March 20, 2015 While the snow is finally melting, it’s still causing problems. more »»

Candidates pick positions for primary election ballot

March 19, 2015 Candidates for upcoming May 19 primary election drew numbered balls out of a can at the Warren County Courthouse on Wednesday to determine where their names would appear on the ballot. more »»

Fatal fall lawsuit settled

March 19, 2015 The family of a Warren woman who died as a result of a fall at Warren State Hospital has been awarded a settlement in the case. more »»

Students get preview of ‘Shrek The Musical’

March 19, 2015 Kids say the darndest things. And if kids are some of the most brutal critics, it looks like “Shrek the Musical” is going to be a hit. more »»

ReStore opens to further Habitat for Humanity mission

March 19, 2015 For people looking to build or improve their habitations, Habitat for Humanity of Warren County has opened a Habitat ReStore. The store opened Feb. more »»

Planning underway for return of Farmer’s Market

March 19, 2015 By ROB ANDERSEN randersen@timesobserver.com The Farmers’ Market will return to Warren this summer. more »»

City Council accepts bid for street work that’s not lowest

March 19, 2015 Sometimes the best bid doesn’t come in at the cheapest cost. That was the case when Warren City Council dealt with a contract for street opening restoration during its meeting Monday evening. more »»

 
 

 

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