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The Great Depression and then off to war

July 21, 2014 “Uncle Sam needs every man he can get. more »»

A Man, A Woman, A Time Of War

July 21, 2014 The horrors of war created some terrifying jobs for those in the states. For Dot Hannold, then Dot Reed, that meant two years working in Washington D.C. with the War Department. more »»

A high school diploma had to wait 60 years

July 21, 2014 World War II upset millions of people’s lives across the United States, both those who served in the armed forces and those on the homefront. more »»

An encounter with Ernie Pyle

July 21, 2014 The 708th Amphibian Tank Battalion was preparing to invade Ie Shima, an island in the same island chain, the Ryukyus, as Okinawa. more »»

Struthers Theatre seeks Council backing for plan

July 21, 2014 The stage is set for a major addition to the Struthers Library Theatre. more »»

Council OKs meters for downtown

July 21, 2014 Warren City Council unanimously approved a parking plan for downtown Warren that will see the installation of 221 parking meters in the downtown area at $1 an hour. Council will meet on Aug. more »»

Helping VFDs

July 19, 2014 ERIC PADDOCK epaddock@timesobserver. more »»

DCED grant will boost ed program for local industry

July 19, 2014 C. Alan Walker, secretary of the Pa. more »»

Paving projects announced

July 19, 2014 Two projects worth more than $5 million will soon give motorists a smoother ride on more than 26 miles of roads in Warren and Forest counties thanks to Act 89, the state’s new transportation plan. more »»

Kiosk destroyed

July 18, 2014 more »»

Reward offered in case of stolen vets’ markers

July 18, 2014 A reward up to $5,000 is being offered for the arrest and convction of the person or persons who recently stole hundreds of veteran markers from graves at St. more »»

Main Ave. overpass gets deep rebuild

July 18, 2014 Main Avenue overpass is undergoing a full-depth reconstruction. The $1.37 million PennDOT project will cause traffic diversions, but no detours. It is expected to be done in October or November. more »»

Blight panel: Just one property

July 18, 2014 The Blighted Property Review Committee has just one property under review, and it has an absentee owner. more »»

Conewango stays high, muddy and really fast

July 17, 2014 The rains keep falling, down, down. Sometimes, one creek remains high and muddy longer than the others. more »»

East Side grants get another look

July 17, 2014 Revitalizing Warren’s eastern gateway using grant dollars for businesses may not be enough. more »»

Aging Sec. reveals Walkable Warren grant

July 17, 2014 On the premise that what is good for senior citizens is good for the community as a whole, Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Aging Brian Duke was in Warren Wednesday to announce $74,094 has been set aside... more »»

Some bad bugs hit hard

July 17, 2014 The wetter than normal spring and summer has been dampening gypsy moth populations, and the colder than normal winter froze most of the hemlock wooly adelgids. more »»

Corbett signs bills for veteran license change

July 17, 2014 Two new state laws will give disabled Pennsylvania veterans deep discounts on hunting and fishing license. more »»

Reward offered

July 17, 2014 The Warren County Veterans Council and the Warren County Commissioners have announced a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who... more »»

Military News

July 17, 2014 Andrew R. Hammersley graduated from Lackland Air Force Base in Texas on May 2. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. more »»



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