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Broken wing

August 24, 2016 The Birdstone Monument at Heritage Park in Warren is coming down. The concrete, granite and tile monument, which is almost 30 years old, was dedicated in April 1987. more »»

Trees the big topic at city landscape meeting

August 24, 2016 Liberty Street construction and trees were the big topics at Tuesday’s Street Landscape Committee Meeting. more »»

City hosting tour of new wastewater treatment plant

August 24, 2016 The City of Warren is hosting a tour of the new wastewater treatment plant. Open to the public, City Manager Nancy Freenock said that the tour is set for Saturday, September 24 at 9 a.. more »»

Prison board decides option for law library

August 24, 2016 In the end, the Warren County Prison Board went with the simplest option for law library accessability. more »»

Stone Skipping

August 24, 2016 Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Alex Ferry of Warren won first place in the youth division of the Pennsylvania State Stone Skipping Championship Saturday at Franklin’s Rock in River Festival wit... more »»

Grand Valley man pleads guilty to felony concealment of a child

August 23, 2016 A Grand Valley man has pleaded guilty to charges stemming from taking 15-year-old juvenile from her home before being found in Maine. more »»

Sugar Grove man pleads to sending pornographic photos

August 23, 2016 A Sugar Grove man has plead guilty to charges stemming from sending pornographic photos to a juvenile female. more »»

Chapman calls for help with NPL Day

August 23, 2016 “If you like coming out here,” said Jen Moore, Environmental Education Specialist at Chapman State Park, “come out and help us keep it nice. more »»

Warren Y considers families if there happens to be a strike

August 23, 2016 Whether or not the district’s teachers will strike is still in question, but the Warren County YMCA will be ready either way, with a childcare contingency plan aimed at easing the needs of parents i... more »»

Commish discuss possible secretary position

August 23, 2016 Having a floating secretary position for the courthouse could solve some problems, according to the county commissioners, but the idea was not a popular one at Monday’s salary board meeting. more »»

Council considers another liquor license in city

August 23, 2016 A public hearing date has been set that could bring another liquor license into the City of Warren. more »»

Vets of Korean War may get recognition

August 23, 2016 Sen. Pat Toomey and the Warren County Veterans Affairs Office are looking to get some recognition for the county’s veterans of the Korean War. more »»

4 others plead guilty

August 23, 2016 Four other defendants entered guilty pleas before President Judge Maureen Skerda during plea court proceedings on Monday. ¯ Polly Ann Sinn, Muir, Mi. more »»

‘Family together’

August 22, 2016 Changes are coming to the corner of Third and Liberty. more »»

‘That’s a battle flag’

August 22, 2016 They’d been in their tank on Okinawa for months. The eight men in the amphibious tank had no idea it was going to happen, but the first atomic bomb would not be dropped for another two weeks. more »»

Second critical need blood drive of summer

August 22, 2016 The Community Blood Bank needs your help. “Unfortunately, we are going on appeal again for the second time this summer,” Nicole Hornaman, communications and marketing coordinator said. more »»

GO!: Buckets filled — through state police initiative — as school safety precaution

August 22, 2016 Members of the Warren County School District have been on the Go. Go buckets, that is. more »»

‘Good-faith gesture’

August 20, 2016 The teachers will be paid, but their first two paychecks for 2016-17 will be later than originally expected. At the school board meeting on Aug. more »»

Reunion of 1: Tree planter for CCC star of show Friday

August 20, 2016 Three billion trees, 46,854 bridges over 800 state parks and 5,000 miles of supply line. The contributions from the Civilian Conservation Corps go on and on. more »»

$2.4M drug bust in Jamestown

August 20, 2016 $2.4 million dollars in drugs are now no longer on the street in Jamestown. more »»

 
 

 

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