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Sugar Grove youngster hoping for some help

April 10, 2014 Seven-year-old Cooper Groves of Sugar Grove needs a van. Not just any van, but one that is handicapped accessible. more »»

Party Planning

April 10, 2014 The Fourth of July celebration in Warren is a brief day or so for most of us, but for a core group of volunteers, planning this year’s festivities began on July 5 last year. more »»

Pheasants aid education

April 10, 2014 Students in the Warren County School District schools as well as the Tidioute Community Charter School, Head Start and homeschoolers will again have the opportunity this spring to learn embryology i... more »»

Witness: Child porn suspect threatened suicide

April 10, 2014 A Pennsylvania State Police trooper and two witnesses provided testimony Wednesday morning during a preliminary hearing for Tyler M. more »»

Disc Golf proposal formalized to panel

April 10, 2014 Those thinking about playing nine holes some evening might have another option in Warren soon. more »»

No More Free Parking

April 10, 2014 “All, and I mean all, free spaces are going to go away.” City of Warren Mayor Maurice Cashman’s comment kicked off a public meeting on a new proposed parking plan for the city. more »»

Times Observer editors recognized

April 9, 2014 Two editors at the The Times Observer have won awards from two state-wide journalism organizations. more »»

New water lines slipped beneath North Warren

April 9, 2014 The North Warren Municipal Authority is having some work done. more »»

Budding Journalist

April 9, 2014 Youngsville High School senior Andrew Lalwani is on his way to pursuing his dream of broadcast journalism. more »»

County’s role in Civil War given color by historian

April 9, 2014 While the Civil War might not have been physically fought in Warren County, that doesn’t mean that Warren County played no part in the Civil War. more »»

YHS students display science

April 8, 2014 Sometime around the turn of the century, Youngsville High School freshmen environmental students competed in the first YHS Science Symposium. more »»

Conewango to crack down on junked yards

April 8, 2014 When the snow disappears, and the leaves aren’t yet out, it is a great time to find hidden junk. more »»

Kennel inspections listed

April 8, 2014 The following Warren County dog kennels were inspected by Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture Dog Law Enforcement officials between Feb. 13 and April 7. more »»

Weldbank home destroyed by fire

April 8, 2014 A Weldbank home was destroyed by fire early Sunday. There was no one home when the fire broke out at the 10379 Route 6 DeGolyer residence shortly before 4 a.m. Sunda. more »»

Parking Plan to be unveiled

April 8, 2014 It’s been three months since the Warren Parking Committee was given three months to come up with a comprehensive plan. more »»

CASA fighting child abuse

April 8, 2014 There are many different definitions of child abuse, but in the end it comes down to a child being hurt emotionally, physically or sexually, or when basic needs are not being met. more »»

Hatch Patch purchased by Lindells

April 8, 2014 After 32 years the Hatch Patch is now Lindells’ Hatch Patch. more »»

Grants awarded

April 8, 2014 Eight projects in Warren County schools have received financial boosts from the Northern Allegheny Outdoor Women’s Associatio. more »»

A steel worker keeps troops fed and clothed

April 7, 2014 Cleo Haehn was married with a baby on the way when Selective Service came knocking at his door in Grand Valley. That should have kept him from being drafted. It didn’t. more »»

Time erodes paper, but not Russell memories

April 7, 2014 Russell Elementary celebrated its 50th anniversary Friday evening with an ice cream social, open house, and ceremonial opening of a time capsule, which had been buried in 1989 during the school’s... more »»

 
 

 

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