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Counting straight ticket voting not so simple

November 8, 2014 An option for voting on Election Day is the straight party vote. But the reporting of such is not so straight forward, according to Voter Registrar and Director of Elections Lisa Rivett. more »»

Fees waived on ANF

November 8, 2014 The Allegheny National Forest will waive most user fees this weekend — Nov. 8 through 11 — in honor of Veterans Day. more »»

Cashman named to UPB Board

November 8, 2014 The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has named Maurice Cashman to its Advisory Board and reappointed 21 members. more »»

The Other Streets

November 7, 2014 Streets in the City of Warren are a lot better than they were a few months ago. But don’t think there still isn’t a need. more »»

County bd. OK with city sign changes

November 7, 2014 The Warren County Planning and Zoning Commission met briefly Tuesday evening to discuss a recent sign ordinance change in the City of Warren and minimum right-of-way width for certain properties. more »»

No public comment at local PUC hearing

November 7, 2014 The state Public Utility Commission (PUC) held two public input hearings on Wednesday at the Warren County Court House regarding the proposed distribution rate increase for FirstEnergy Corp. more »»

County asks municipalities if they want $5 registration fee

November 7, 2014 Act 89, the transportation bill enacted by the state General Assembly last year, gives counties the authority to institute a $5 fee for vehicle and trailer registrations to be dedicated to roads... more »»

Playground takes shape at YMCA

November 6, 2014 It’s fun to play outside the YMCA. After years of talking about the possibility of installing an outdoor playground on YMCA grounds, the time is right. more »»

City’s Building Codes budget plan scrutinized

November 6, 2014 As Warren City Council starts to examine budgetary options for 2015, the Building Codes Department was under the microscope Tuesda. more »»

Donation brings K-9 program to Conewango

November 6, 2014 Warren County may soon have a police K-9 unit. more »»

Tickets still available for WWII dinner

November 6, 2014 Tickets are still available for a Monday dinner given in honor of the World War II veterans dinner featured over the last several months in the Times Observer. The event is slated for No. more »»

Thompson briefed on Career Center

November 6, 2014 U.S Rep. Glenn Thompson toured the Warren County Career Center last week, after a lunch with school district officials. Dr. more »»

Rapp handily wins new term

November 5, 2014 Incumbent Kathy Rapp easily won re-election in the General Assembly 65th District race for state representative on Tuesday evening. more »»

Thompson easily wins re-election to fourth term in U.S. House

November 5, 2014 U.S. Rep. Glenn Thompson won re-election to a fourth two-year term as the 5th Congressional District repersentative in Tuesday’s general election. more »»

Council continues building budget

November 5, 2014 While Warren City Council has heard from each department over the last two days in beginning the budgeting process, significant budgetary increases are not expected within the police department. more »»

Falling Into Place

November 5, 2014 There are many changes to parking in Warren. Zone parking is out. Meters and kiosks are in. Payment will now happen up-front, rather than after-the-fact. There are more options for permit space. more »»

Juried art show slated at Suites at Rouse

November 4, 2014 The Henry Rouse Permanent Collection Juried Art Show is now being hung in the atrium at Suites at Rouse. This tenth annual show will be on display at the suites, 615 Rouse Ave., Youngsville, Nov. more »»

Council begins budget process

November 4, 2014 With less then two months until the City of Warren has to have a budget in place, Warren City Council has started the 2015 budgeting process in earnest. more »»

Where Do They All Go?

November 4, 2014 The leaf collections along Warren County streets are progressing well, and it looks like it will be completed ahead of significant snowfalls. more »»

Counties may be off hook for workforce board’s errors

November 4, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners heard an update on the Northwest Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board (WIB) during their work session last week. more »»



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