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Commissioners mull financial services

July 15, 2014 During a workshop session Monday morning, the Warren County Commissioners discussed participation in the Pa. Local Government Investment Trust (PLGIT), an independently managed financial organization. more »»

Hatchet attack leads to state prison sentence

July 14, 2014 A Girard, Pa. man received a 25 to 50 month state prison sentence on Friday stemming from an incident that included a hatchet and a machete. more »»

Tragedy at home kept his WWII service short

July 14, 2014 Bill Martin did not witness the horrors of war in Europe or the Pacific. His horrors came in the form of family tragedy while serving in the United States. more »»

Disappointed he couldn’t get back in after leave

July 14, 2014 When Bill Martin went into the Army, he knew he wanted to be a medic. “I always liked to take care of people and look after people,” he said. “I felt that I could help. more »»

Martin chose baseball over nursing

July 14, 2014 When Bill Martin was growing up, he had two passions. One was helping people — something he practiced with the Russell Fire Department and later with the U.S. Army. The other was baseball. more »»

Area’s lawmakers side with Corbett

July 14, 2014 State Representative Kathy Rapp and State Senator Scott Hutchinson agree with almost everything Gov. Tom Corbett said Thursday regarding pension reform in Pennsylvania. more »»

RSVP program ends in Warren, Forest counties

July 14, 2014 In Warren and Forest Counties, the Retired Senior Volunteer Program is no mor. more »»

Cupboard Is Nearly Bare

July 12, 2014 By BEN KLEIN Summer is typically a tough time for the food pantry at the Salvation Army. But this is something different. more »»

The Wild, Wonderful World Of WORMS

July 12, 2014 By BEN KLEIN There were worms. There were lots of worms. There were giggles and hesitant looks. And, there was learning. more »»


July 12, 2014 BY ROB ANDERSEN randersen@timesobserver. more »»

Hospital board declines to renew CEO’s contract

July 12, 2014 Warren General Hospital announced Friday the departure of John Papalia as chief executive officer of the hospital. more »»

New majors take helm at Salvation Army

July 11, 2014 There were some major changes recently at the Salvation Army in Warren. The Salvation Army has welcomed Majors Ralph and Diane Campbell as its new leaders in Warren. more »»

Vandals strike Rimrock Trail

July 11, 2014 Investigators with the Allegheny National Forest are looking into a vandalism incident that occurred sometime last week. more »»

A Matter Of Timing

July 10, 2014 Earlier notifications and new software for tax delinquencies have pushed the county’s coffers up $284,000 from the year before. more »»

County OKs match for Human Services

July 10, 2014 A number of programs proposed by Human Services as necessary received the backing of the Warren County Commissioners in the form of a match of $173,000 at their meeting Wednesday morning. more »»

Pools busy despite weather

July 10, 2014 Area swimming pools are seeing similar numbers to previous years for passes and budgets. more »»

Antlerless apps must wait until Monday, July 14

July 10, 2014 The time to submit applications for antlerless deer licenses has almost come. more »»

Taking The Tenth

July 10, 2014 They took States’ Rights for $1,000. And they won. Four local students were awarded second annual Warren County Republican Committee Emory . more »»

Eisenhower project costs $75,562 higher

July 10, 2014 The Eisenhower renovation and expansion is going to cost an additional $75,562. Dr. more »»

Sheffield Recovering

July 9, 2014 The late June flooding in Sheffield may have receded, but the damage remains. Work on Kim Watson’s family home on Barnes Street is continuing as they can afford it. more »»



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