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Blight Committee refers Youngsville property to commission

September 17, 2016 One property was advanced and four properties were tabled at the County Blight Committee meeting on Thursday. more »»

Stories of two at dedication caught attention of reporter

September 16, 2016 Two folks at the dedication caught the specific attention of the Buffalo Evening News: 85-year-old Jamestown attorney Ernest Cawcroft and Blanche Brownell of Warren. more »»

Dedication Day

September 16, 2016 September 16, 1966. The Bradford Era called it a day when “a dream almost as old as living memory becomes a reality. more »»

Northwest Savings Bank employees take healthy break during work day

September 16, 2016 Hundreds of Northwest Savings Bank employees left their offices for a health break during work Thursday. The annual employee fair featured lunch, health vendors, and professional development. more »»

Child abuse reports up, substantiated reports flat

September 16, 2016 Child abuse reports are up in Warren County but substantiated reports held flat from 2014 to 2015. more »»

Utility work set on PA Ave.

September 16, 2016 Utility work will require daytime traffic restrictions starting next week on a portion of Pennsylvania Avenue in Warren between the intersections with Morrison and Struthers streets. more »»

U.S. House approves Thompson bill that protects rights of mineral owners on ANF

September 15, 2016 A bill put forth by Congressman Glenn Thompson designed to protect the rights of mineral owners in the Allegheny National Forest has received approved by the House of Representatives. more »»

Clearing Crescent

September 15, 2016 “They’ve been busily working to clear off the trail,” said Casey Ferry of the City of Warren Department of Public Works’ efforts to clear out the debris from last Saturday’s storm before this... more »»

Teacher contract talks continue

September 15, 2016 Following a contract negotiating session with the Warren County Education Association on Wednesday evening, Donna Zariczny, president of the Warren County School District’s board of direcrtors, said... more »»

City follows steps to cut or plant tree

September 15, 2016 The City of Warren has a process for handling trees, and an arborist who makes tree -related decision. more »»

County will collect old computers and more

September 15, 2016 The Warren County Commissioners are hosting a recycling event. more »»

City to show off its new wastewater treatment plant

September 15, 2016 The City of Warren will host an open house at its new wastewater treatment plant next weekend. The public is encouraged to visit the Harmar Street facility starting at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24. more »»

Morrison follows family’s footsteps to Times Observer

September 15, 2016 As the great Hank Williams was noted as saying, “It’s a family tradition.” Although, for Andrew Morrison, the tradition will be a bit different. more »»

Day 3

September 14, 2016 Bringing a huge haul of trash out of the river is a mixed blessing. more »»

11,136 backpacks to be filled with food

September 14, 2016 Pack your bags. Beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. more »»

Ross Hill Road detour extended

September 14, 2016 The detour posted for a portion Ross Hill Road in Pittsfield Township will be extended into next week, according to PennDOT. The detour is posted using Cole Hill and Kane roads. more »»

High-Wire Balancing Act

September 14, 2016 A large branch that fell from a maple tree along Allegheny Avenue still teeters over a house on Ludlow Street. “It’s been like that since Saturday night,” Dave Stewart said on Tuesday. more »»

City: Patience, please

September 14, 2016 The storm that swept through Warren on Saturday has left a mess in its wake. City officials are asking that residents be patient as the effort to clean up that mess takes place. more »»

County OKs open records policy rewrite

September 14, 2016 On the agenda at Monday’s Warren County Commissioners’ work session were the issues of rewriting the county’s open records policy, the hiring of a courthouse floating position, and putting jump bags... more »»

Route 6 bike rider pedals through Warren

September 13, 2016 Bill Ludwick, a Titusville native, began his 450-plus mile bike ride on Route 6 at the Pennsylvania-New Jersey border in Bucks County last Friday, and came into Warren around 3:30 p.m. Monda. more »»

 
 

 

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