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Sheffield Area News in Brief

June 14, 2014 By KRISTI KULKA Correspondent kkmi@westp. more »»

Sheffield Area News in Brief

June 14, 2014 By KRISTI KULKA Correspondent kkmi@westp. more »»

Former Steelers Coach Chuck Noll dies at 82

June 14, 2014 News outlets report that former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Chuck Noll died late Friday at the age of 82. Noll coached the Steelers to four Super Bowl titles in the 1970s. more »»

Graduation Day

June 14, 2014 Times Observer photo by Rob Andersen Big smiles From left, Ron Jameson photographs Youngsville High School graduates Katie Chuzie, Jessica Jameson and Hannah Camp before the Senior Commencement... more »»


June 14, 2014 Flood waters flow past the Sheffield Lion’s Den (above) and the old ball field is underwater (below) after a flood event Friday morning. more »»

Area/Region News In Brief...

June 14, 2014 Road closing Wright Road will be closed during the week of June 16, weather permitting, so the Glade Township road crew can replace sluice pipes. more »»

Times Observer Student of Year has done it all, wants to do more

June 14, 2014 Youngsville High School Valedictorian. President of the National Honor Society. Times Observer 2014 Student of the Year. There’s a good chance you’ve seen Andrew Lalwani around Warren County. more »»

Need bike? Police holding auction

June 14, 2014 BY ROB ANDERSEN Bicycles impounded by the City of Warren during 2012 and 2013 will be auctioned later this month. more »»

AMVETS gets help to provide shelter

June 14, 2014 If the need is there, Sugar Grove AMVETS Post 50 will be ready as a community shelter. Cummins Inc. more »»

Water-line project making progress in North Warren

June 13, 2014 Once Landmark Excavation workers finish laying new water mains in North Warren, they will check on existing hook-ups and individual residences and businesses. more »»

Farmers’ Market Moving

June 13, 2014 Warren Farmers’ Market is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a trip. During every one of its previous years, the market has been held at the Midtown Parking Lot. more »»

Regulations forcing some to quit market

June 13, 2014 The vendors and organizers of Warren Farmers’ Market are not celebrating as the event’s 40th year begins. more »»

School district says goodbye to 8 teachers

June 12, 2014 With the students out for summer vacation, Wednesday was the teachers’ turn to say farewell as a group to some of their retiring comrades. more »»

Program aims to feed youngsters this summer

June 12, 2014 More meals and more locations. There are some major changes with the Summer Lunch Program for this year. With the addition of breakfast offerings at two locations, the program needed a new name. more »»

Commissioners OK paving work

June 12, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners approved a bid for a paving project in Clarendon on Wednesday morning. more »»

Butterflies to brighten nursing homes

June 12, 2014 Call it a hit and run art gallery. Katharyne “Kitty” Jacobus-Ryan has been visiting and hanging her prints of butterflies in nursing homes in Warren County. more »»

Youngsville police warn about scam

June 12, 2014 Youngsville Borough police have issued a press release drawing attention to a scam that they have received. more »»

End Of An Era: Last Classes

June 11, 2014 Scores of students exited Sugar Grove and Russell elementary schools Tuesday afternoon. None of them will return. more »»

A Day At The Beach...That Wasn’t

June 11, 2014 Kim Wilkins of Russell describes her life since the morning of Saturday, May 31, as a series of mercies and miracles. That was the day she was shot while sitting on the beach at Chapman State Park. more »»

Investigation continues

June 11, 2014 Pennsylvania State Police continue to investigate the shooting of a Russell woman at Chapman State Par. more »»



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