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Greenways, Trail Summit builds flexibility into schedule

June 18, 2015 The Greenways and Trails Summit coming in September will have an expanded schedule for more flexibility. more »»

Relay for Life success story because of its volunteers

June 18, 2015 It was her father’s illness that inspired her to voluntee. more »»

State House passes bill banning sale of e-cigarettes to minors

June 17, 2015 Pennsylvania could become the next state to forbid the sale of electronic or “e-cigarettes” to minors. House Bill 954, sponsored by state Rep. Kathy Rapp passed the House unanimously on Monday. more »»

Warren radio station founder David Potter dies

June 17, 2015 The principal founder of Warren’s original radio stations died June 1. David Potter had worked in radio after graduating from college, and he met Homer Haines while working at WKMO in Kokomo, Ind. more »»

Split Verdict

June 17, 2015 A Warren County jury returned a split verdict on Tuesday for a Warren man charged with assault last July while he was an inmate at the Warren County Jail. more »»

The County’s Latest Drug Problem

June 17, 2015 The Warren County Drug Task Force is actively battling the dealing of heroin, as well as other drugs in the area. District Attorney Rob Greene said, “It’s very important to educate the public. more »»

Charged

June 16, 2015 A Warren man was arraigned and jailed on rape and sexual assault charges Monday. Joseph S. Nowacki, 23, of 76 Shannon Lane, Warren, faces 12 felony counts and five misdemeanors. more »»

Zoning change approved

June 16, 2015 Prior to Warren City Council’s meeting Monday evening, three public hearings were held, and input was received from residents. more »»

Historical timeline of Rimrock detailed in viewing platform signs

June 16, 2015 It’s another step on a path stretching back several years. more »»

The County’s Latest Drug Problem

June 16, 2015 What physiological and neurological effects does heroin have on the human body? Todd Steele, director of operations for Emergycare in Erie, said, “I don’t think we can talk about heroin without... more »»

New Name On Ballot

June 15, 2015 The Republicans and Democrats are set, but there will be at least one other name among the options for Warren County Commissioner at November’s general election. more »»

Warren man jailed on rape charges

June 15, 2015 A Warren man was arraigned and taken to jail on rape and sexual assault charges Monday. Joseph S. Nowacki, 23, of 76 Shannon Lane, Warren, faces 12 felony counts and five misdemeanors. more »»

Deadly avian flu headed this way

June 15, 2015 Nearly 50 million birds have been affected by Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in the 21 states, and it looks like Pennsylvania is in its pat. more »»

Working On Railroad

June 15, 2015 Employees from the Buffalo and Pittsburgh Railroad are doing some maintenance work and are asking motorists to exercise caution. A tamper and a regulator travelled tracks near Warren last week. more »»

The County’s Latest Drug Problem

June 15, 2015 “If people in Warren County really knew what really goes on, they would be scared,” Warren County Sheriff Ken Klakamp said. more »»

Meth lab operator pleads guilty

June 13, 2015 A man charged with operating a methamphetamine lab at River View Terrace apartments in Starbrick has entered a guilty plea. more »»

Times Observer names Castagnino Student of Year

June 13, 2015 Amy Castagnino is a Disney lover, a runner, a sometimes gardener. And the Times Observer Student of the Year. Castagnino loves “The Lion King,” something she said, “everyone already knows. more »»

Dorcon Road project could start Monday

June 13, 2015 As early as Monday, June 15, a contractor will begin restoring and resurfacing a two-mile section of the Route 6 bypass between a point just west of the Main Avenue overpass in Warren to a point jus... more »»

Humane Society needs help with horses

June 13, 2015 After taking possession of two horses two weeks ago, the Paws Along the River Humane Society has been caring for the animals. more »»

Top TCCS students earn day in Big Apple

June 12, 2015 At Tidioute Community Charter School, maintaining a 95 percent or higher GPA all year earns more than a certificate. This year, it was a trip to New York City on June 2 and 3. more »»

 
 

 

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