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For tax claim bureau, money comes in, payments go out

August 6, 2016 The Warren County tax claim bureau takes in money from two primary sources. Late tax bill payments come in and money comes in when properties are sold at two different tax sales. more »»

Three more defendants sentenced in court

August 6, 2016 Sentences were handed down for three defendants Friday before Judge Gregory Hammond. Sentenced were: ¯Jacqueline S. Fambro, 49, Pittsfield, for simple assault. more »»

Tax status wrangling of Canterbury Court continues

August 6, 2016 The long winding road of the tax status of Canterbury Court continues. The next phase will be an evidentiary hearing. more »»

Office says police investigation subject to disclosure in Warren man’s Right to Know request

August 6, 2016 Is a police investigation report subject to disclosure under the state’s Right to Know Law? The City of Warren says no. The state Office of Open Records (OOR) says yes. more »»

City's new ramp

August 6, 2016 Times Observer photo by Stacey Gross The new ramp at the Warren Municipal Building is ready for use, according to Mike Holtz, Director of Public Works. more »»

‘A community of believers’ at one church service

August 6, 2016 Sunday morning, the Struthers Library Theatre will have a full house, but it’s not for a show. The Warren County Ministerium is hosting their annual community worship service at 10 a.m. more »»

Erie man pleads not guilty to bear killing without license

August 6, 2016 An Erie man has pleaded not guilty to allegedly shooting a black bear without a hunting license last fall. James J. more »»

Warren man sentenced for assault

August 6, 2016 “This is a case that turns your stomach,” District Attorney Rob Greene said before Dennis T. Minnis faced sentencing Friday. more »»

Suspects Arrested

August 5, 2016 After items were stolen from motor vehicles around Kinzua Dam in early July, charges have been filed against the two people allegedly responsible. more »»

Arrests by city police help solve thefts around county

August 5, 2016 Alleged thieves arrested by City of Warren police on Thursday have led to police solving some other thefts from vehicles from around the county. more »»

Second SLT Academy class helps students who want to take the next step on stage

August 5, 2016 Whether they’re rookies or have been dancing for most of their young lives, everyone is learning something new during Dance with a Theatre Twist at Struthers Library Theatre this week. more »»

Canterbury Court dispute over tax status headed for evidentiary hearing

August 5, 2016 The long winding road of the tax status of Canterbury Court continues. The next phase will be an evidentiary hearing. more »»

Tango makes change

August 5, 2016 The Tango is about more than a personal challenge. It’s not just running, bicycling, swimming, running through the woods, running some more, and paddling. more »»

Play On

August 4, 2016 A potential teacher strike will not impact fall sports throughout the Warren County School District. Fall practices are set to start on Monday, Aug. more »»

State Drought Task Force says county among the fortunate ones

August 4, 2016 More than half of the state is under a drought watch, but not Warren County. more »»

Two arrested for receiving drugs in mail

August 4, 2016 Alleged shipments of methamphetamine to a Clarendon residence resulted in charges filed against two residents on Tuesday. more »»

Charges filed against two after drug buys

August 4, 2016 Charges were filed against two individuals Tuesday for unrelated drug charges after both sold drugs to undercover individuals. Jasmine D. Lindgren, 20, Clarendon, and Matthew R. more »»

Toomey staff fields concerns from local police, VA director

August 4, 2016 When U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey’s team came to Warren on Wednesday, they met with officials in the law enforcement and veterans fields. more »»

Juvenile charged in fatal house fire

August 3, 2016 A 14-year-old male juvenile has been charged as an adult with setting a fire at a Plum Street residence in June that killed a woman. more »»

Search for deal with teachers continues

August 3, 2016 With one month to go, negotiations have so far not averted a teachers strike. more »»

 
 

 

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