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Championship gesture

May 25, 2016 Whirley Industries Boys Minors Little League baseball coach Michael Barr decided to make Tuesday’s home game in Sheffield against the Wilcox Brothers special, by having his team show its appreciatio... more »»

Warren man pleads in assault case

May 25, 2016 A Warren man who pushed a knife to the back of a juvenile during a confrontation in February has pleaded guilty, avoiding the most serious charge – aggravated assault. more »»

Warren woman avoids most serious charge in assault of police officer

May 25, 2016 A Warren woman who assaulted police officers at Bob Evans Restaurant last December pleaded Tuesday, avoiding the most serious charge. more »»

‘Seeds’ program plants a beginning

May 25, 2016 Seeds of Recovery, a program presented by Meretta Cable through Beacon Light Behavioral Health and with the input of several of her own supports, talked about the importance and role of social... more »»

Rural Regional College needs feedback

May 25, 2016 The Rural Regional College needs your help. And that help comes in the form of a survey. more »»

Memorial Day weekend at Chapman

May 25, 2016 There will be a scavenger hunt, a frog trek, kayak practice, and free family fishing among the events at Chapman State Park this weekend. more »»

Blood drive set

May 25, 2016 With a holiday weekend fast approaching, Community Blood Bank is hoping to replenish supplies. more »»

Hair raising

May 24, 2016 It takes between eight and 15 ponytails to make a Pantene Beautiful Lengths wig for women fighting cancer and the Warren County School District is coming together to help make as many wigs as... more »»

Brick by brick: Finishing Water St.

May 24, 2016 Laying bricks on a city street is a back-breaking job. Mike Cordosi, a supervisor for Signature Paving and Sealcoating, has been working in the business since he was 18. He’s 60 years old now. more »»

EOC seeks state grant money

May 24, 2016 The state Department of Community and Economic Development’s Emergency Solutions Grant is worth the trouble for the Warren-Forest Economic Opportunities Council. more »»

Observe, but don’t interfere with wildlife

May 24, 2016 It’s spring and there are young animals about. People who are out and about will be able to witness this portion of the circle of life. They may observe, even take photographs, if they like. more »»

Girl Scout troop earns highest honor a Junior Girl Scout can achieve — the Bronze Award — by sprucing up YEMS

May 24, 2016 Girl Scout Troop 36211 has earned the highest award a Junior Girl Scout can earn and they did so in their first year. more »»

Youngsville man sentenced to close to 3 years in child porn case

May 23, 2016 A Youngsville man was sentenced in federal court on Friday on a charge of sexual exploitation of children. Tyler M. Engle, 24, of 29160 Route 6, Youngsville, was sentenced to 35 months in prison. more »»

County VA director warns of phone scams

May 23, 2016 Warren County veterans who need help with their benefits have access to the Warren County Veterans Affairs Offic. more »»

Betts Park trip

May 23, 2016 Times Observer photos by Stacey Gross From left, third-graders from WAEC Casey Reich, Jordan Cameron, and Corrinne Markham took their turn to blow bubbles onto the oversized sheets of paper on Frida... more »»

City RDA talks about strategic plan for downtown properties

May 23, 2016 Is a plan for development in downtown Warren worth $56,000? The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority is grappling with that issue. more »»

Exterior work almost done at city building

May 23, 2016 The exterior renovations to the City of Warren municipal building are quickly coming to completion. On Friday, crews with Carl . more »»

Weight in Gold

May 23, 2016 Times Observer photos by Andy Close Above, Warren’s Blake Ristau competes in the 3200 meter run at the District 10 Track and Field championships at the SPIRE Institute in Geneva, O. more »»

Jamestown man charged after standoff

May 23, 2016 A police standoff involving a man and his eight-month-old child lasted nearly four hours from Friday into the early morning hours Saturday in Jamestown, N.. more »»

Split decision in Christeson stabbing

May 21, 2016 A jury ruled a Warren man had justification to stab another man in the chest during a bar fight. They also ruled that his actions presented an unreasonable danger to others who were nearby. more »»



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