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Concealed carry seminar May 14 in Warren

May 9, 2016 If you’ve been curious about the process to obtain a concealed carry license, here’s your shot. Rep. Kathy Rapp and Sen. Scott Hutchinson will be hosting a concealed carry seminar from 9 to 11 a.m. more »»

Mothers’ NIGHT

May 7, 2016 On November 29, 2008, Joanna Ferman’s daughter, Avery, was born in Warren. Ten days later, she passed away from complications due to brain damage she’d sustained during birth. more »»

Concealed carry seminar May 14 in Warren

May 7, 2016 If you’ve been curious about the process to obtain a concealed carry license, here’s your shot. Rep. Kathy Rapp and Sen. Scott Hutchinson will be hosting a concealed carry seminar from 9 to 11 a.m. more »»

Gracious gift

May 7, 2016 In 1984, John Stevenson bought a brand new Honda 200 XL on/off road motorcycle. John didn’t yet have a grandson. In 1985, Stevenson passed away. more »»

Pre-cleanup scope of Allegheny Reservoir

May 7, 2016 “Watersheds don’t care about state lines. more »»

Creepy Stories

May 7, 2016 May 7th may see a pretty big crowd downtown, if the number of people who claim to be going to Warren County Fright Nights’ 2016 Ghost Walk on the event’s Facebook Page actually are. more »»

Advantages, disadvantages

May 7, 2016 There are advantages to building off-site. more »»

City townhall session has change in plans

May 7, 2016 The first in a series of meetings facilitated to increase engagement between the City of Warren and the community is set for next Thursday, May 12. The townhall session will run from 6 to 8 p.m. more »»

Urban chickens are the hot topic

May 7, 2016 A discussion about urban chickens this week at the county Planning Commission meeting spilled over into this week’s Council of Government’s meetin. more »»

The Kingfishers team from YHS defends county Envirothon title

May 6, 2016 Do you know your stuff when it comes to identifying the world around you? Around 135 area students converged on Chapman State Park on Thursday to prove their stuff, and another dynasty might be... more »»

Relay for Life says ‘Think Purple’

May 6, 2016 Relay for Life is working to paint the town purple. From May 6 to May 31, Relay for Life is hoping to see individuals come together to help spread the word about their mission to fight cancer. more »»

Public defender’s office short-handed until vacancy filled

May 6, 2016 The Warren County Public Defender’s office is short-handed. As public defender’s offices go, it’s not desperate, but there is plenty of work to go around. more »»

Eisenhower Middle School Industry Club takes first place at JCC event

May 5, 2016 What started as self-exploration for potential careers ended in a first-place finish for Eisenhower Middle School Industry Club on April 28 at Jamestown Community College. more »»

7,500 Pairs Of Shoes

May 5, 2016 House of Hope’s shoe drive is a win-win-win. more »»

Are We Being Followed?

May 5, 2016 Police responded Wednesday afternoon to a call regarding people in a vehicle nervous because they were being followed — for a reported 80 mile. more »»

Community embraces backpack program

May 5, 2016 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com Want to see an example of this community embracing a program that serves its most vulnerable? Look no further than the Backpack Program. more »»

Ecker waives hearing

May 5, 2016 A Tidioute man will remain incarcerated in the Warren County Jail after he waived his preliminary hearing Wednesday morning. Destin D. more »»

Latest scams targeting county taxpayers

May 4, 2016 Taxpayer beware—that caller on the other end of the phone might not be who they’re claiming to be. more »»

Ka-Boom!

May 4, 2016 The Erie Bomb Squad responded to the Brokenstraw Fish and Game Club on Monday afternoon. The culprit? A suspected bottle of nitroglycerin. more »»

 
 

 

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