Warren County School District Superintendent Amy Stewart understands our hands are tied. Despite protective measures the district has taken to keep schools and school extracurricular activities open since September, it’s time for a, well, a timeout. Among further restrictive measures ...


Electoral College The electors who will comprise Pennsylvania’s Electoral College delegation are selected by the respective parties, not by Congressional district as reported in Tuesday’s Times Observer.

Pennsylvania confirms virus resurgence; no plans for lockdown

Pennsylvania is "at the start of the fall resurgence" of COVID-19, the state's health secretary said Wednesday, but does not plan to reimpose a stay-at-home order or shut down businesses again in response. Wednesday marked the ninth consecutive day that Pennsylvania's daily case count ...


Mail-in and absentee ballots will be accepted through Nov. 6 if postmarked by 8 p.m. on election night. The incorrect date was published in a story in Wednesday’s Times Observer.


The bonus round for anterless deer licenses will start on Aug. 3. The incorrect date was inadvertently published in Thursday’s Times Observer.

PPP Loans

A story that appeared in Friday’s edition of the Times Observer stated that John Anderson Construction Inc. had received $1-2 million in Paycheck Protection Program funding to support 20 workers, based off information provided by the Small Business Administration and Treasury Department. ...


The following is a list of upcoming local entertainment events. The Times Observer welcomes additions to the list that are of community interest. To add an event, email managing editor Jon Sitler at jsitler@timesobserver.com. February 15, 22, 29; March 7, 14, 21, 28: Build It Up, Take It ...


Douglas “JR” McLachlan, Jr. Douglas L. “JR” McLachlan, Jr., formerly of Clarendon, is also survived by his stepfather, Larry Lyon, and two stepbrothers, Jason (Amy) Lyon, and Jeremy (Jessica) Lyon.


Military Share A brief published in the Saturday edition of the Times Observer stated the incorrect time for the Second Harvest Food Bank’s Military Share. Distribution will begin at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13, at the VA Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) at the Farm Colony in North Warren. Military ...

Louise Rensma

Correction: The grandson of Louise Rensma is named Tyler Engle not Tyler Rensma as previously stated in her obituary.

Thanksgiving dinner date correction

The Salvation Army annual Thanksgiving Dinner will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 28, at St. Joseph’s Church, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Hazel Street, Warren. Monetary donations to help the effort, as well as donations of turkeys and pies, are welcome. Volunteers are also ...


Marine The keynote speaker for Monday’s Veterans Day program in Warren is U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Donald Smith, a graduate of Warren High School. Smith was identified as a veteran of the U.S. Army in the Saturday and Tuesday edition of the Times Observer, as well as the program ...


TAWC The Transit Authority of Warren County will begin transportation services to New York on October 29. The incorrect date was inadvertently published in Wednesday’s Times Observer.


Rocktober Warren Powerhouse Gymnastics presents its Rocktober fundraiser from 12:30 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, at Pellegrino’s Italian Deli, not Saturday as was erroneously published on Tuesday in the Times Observer.

Hospital Report

UPMC Chautauqua Born A daughter, Willow Eloise Billstone, was born to Adam and Kacy Billstone, on August 29, 2019 at UPMC Chautauqua WCA. Maternal grandparents are Dallas and Ann McHenry. Paternal Grandparents are Jay and Billie Billstone. Birth date Correction A daughter, Kensington ...


Warren County’s public hearing on residential and commercial tax abatement programs is slated for Wednesday, August 28, prior to the commissioner’s meeting. The incorrect date was published in a story in Tuesday’s Times Observer.


Veteran Among the names of Vietnam Veterans who registered to be recognized at a Thursday pinning ceremony for Warren County Vietnam veterans at Warren County Courthouse, the name of Gregory Moore, who served in the U.S. Army, was omitted.


One of the project’s organizers, Adam Meneo, clarified an item in Tuesday’s Times Observer regarding the sensory playground program. He said that “Rotary initially agreed to raise $50,000 for the project, of which over $48,000 has been banked, and an additional $9,500 pending. After our ...


In a Relay for Life story in the Thursday edition of the Times Observer, it was reported that committee member Nancy Rudolph had lost her husband to cancer. Don Rudolph is not deceased. He is a cancer survivor.

Name Correction

In Saturday’s Times Observer, coverage on the recent candidate forum in the county commissioner’s race inadvertently identified Tricia Durbin as Judy Albaugh.