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Youngsville High shares the love of reading

March 18, 2014 For the past seven years, the faculty and staff at Youngsville High School have contributed well over $1, 500 to purchase Dr. more »»

Young engineers score well at tourney

March 18, 2014 Neither water nor sand, boulder fields nor fallen buildings could stand in their way. Local students performed well at the K’NEX STEM Design Challenge held Friday at Intermediate Unit 5 in Edinboro. more »»

Probation officer faces new charges

March 18, 2014 A Warren County Adult Probation officer charged with indecent assault and official oppression has been arrested again on similar charges with a different victim. more »»

E. Side well issue lingers

March 18, 2014 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com A five-year-saga regarding an oil well on the east side has come to a close. But not quite yet. more »»

At 21,000 feet in the nose of a B-24 bomber

March 17, 2014 George McKown spent most of his combat time in World War II about four miles from the action. He was four miles from Berlin several times. He mixed it up four miles from the Battle of the Bulge. more »»

Spl. Ed. aides headed to YEMS

March 17, 2014 Help is on the way to the special education programs at Youngsville Elementary Middle School. more »»

If you got into trouble...

March 17, 2014 George McKown has a number of mementoes from his months in Europe during World War II. Among them are several pieces of standard-issue paperwor. more »»

Local man planning Pgh. rally

March 17, 2014 A local man is working to bring a growing national trend closer to home, but it’s not about trying to lead, it’s about provoking questions. more »»

Tossing guns to save the plane

March 17, 2014 A B-24 gunner’s job did not always involve firing .50 caliber machine guns. Many times, whether he was in the nose or at the waist, George McKown simply had no targets. more »»

It's Up To You

March 17, 2014 Monday ¯ Warren City Council meets at 7:30 p.m., council chambers, municipal building. ¯ Supervisors meet in Sheffield Township, 7 p.m., Sheffield Area Hospitality Center. more »»

Comments on Jakes Rocks trail solicited

March 15, 2014 The Allegheny National Forest (ANF), Pennsylvania Kinzua Pathways (PKP) and the Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry (WCCBI) are seeking public comment on The Trails at Jakes Rocks projec. more »»

All-County Junior Musical

March 15, 2014 Photo by Ben Klein All-County Junior Musical They’ve been rehearsing and working hard for weeks, and now the 12th Annual All-County Junior Musical is ready to wow the publi. more »»

Summer Music School returning

March 15, 2014 Music will ring through the halls of Warren Area Elementary Center this summer. more »»

Blood Work

March 15, 2014 A local service organization is urging people to roll up their sleeves to benefit...themselves. The Kiwanis Club of Warren will hold its Annual Blood Screening program on Saturday, April 26, at St. more »»

Ike videographers looking for help

March 15, 2014 Three students at Eisenhower Middle High School have entered a video they created for a competition to win funds to support their schools library. And they need your help. more »»

Gasoline Prices Unchanged

March 15, 2014 Western Pennsylvania gas prices remain unchanged this week, staying at $3.66 a gallon, according to AAA East Central. Wednesday’s national average price at the pump is $3.49 per gallo. more »»

S&P Gives County A+

March 14, 2014 Across the country, cities, towns and other municipalities are going broke, unable to pay for pensions and services. more »»

SWAN SONG

March 14, 2014 Wednesday afternoon, hundreds of tundra swans nearly filled a section of the Allegheny River in Starbrick. more »»

Holiday Inn goes to creditor in auction

March 14, 2014 Holiday Inn of Warren was sold at auction on Thursday. But the new owner of the 110-room hotel at 210 Ludlow St. more »»

School abroad doesn’t count for grad honors

March 14, 2014 Problems with class rank policy in the Warren County School District just won’t go away. What if a student studies abroad for a semester, and is awarded district credit. more »»

 
 

 

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