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Shots fired from vehicle strike houses in Sugar Grove

April 25, 2016 Shots fired from a vehicle struck multiple houses in Sugar Grove early Sunday. According to Pennsylvania State Police someone fired several shots out of the window an unknown vehicle at about 2:30 a. more »»

Deer Lick Trail cleanup back on

April 25, 2016 The cleanup for Deer Lick Trail is back o. more »»

Habitat for Humanity will actively search for ‘partner family’ for Clarendon home

April 25, 2016 On Thursday, May 5, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Warren Public Library, Habitat for Humanity of Warren County will hold an Open Application Night and Information Session. more »»

County voter registration workshop set for May 18

April 25, 2016 The League of Women Voters and Lisa Rivett, Warren County Voter registrar, will present a workshop on how to assist people to register to vote. more »»


April 25, 2016 Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry What soccer game? Elias Reinard runs around the circle during an impromptu game of Duck-Duck-Goose on Sunday at the Warren State Hospital soccer fields. more »»

‘Keepin’ It Country’: National Kubota tractor giveaway goes to Sheffield’s Jena Albaugh

April 24, 2016 A national contest has netted a new tractor for a Sheffield family. more »»

Deer Management Assistance Program aids with overbrowsing

April 24, 2016 By BRIAN FERRY Landowners who are hoping to reduce overbrowsing on their lands may want to look into DMAP. more »»

Project will rebuild sidewalls at Walnut Creek Marina in Fairview

April 24, 2016 The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) announced recently that a construction project to rebuild the supporting sidewalls at the Walnut Creek Marina in Fairview, Erie County, is expected t... more »»

Two-vehicle crash

April 24, 2016 Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry No one was injured in this two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon at Conewango and Pennsylvania avenues in Warren. more »»

Former teacher sentenced to jail stemming from sex with student

April 23, 2016 A former Warren County School District teacher was taken from sentence court to Warren County jail on Friday. Michael A. more »»

Suspect in murder investigation flees to Forest County, kills self

April 23, 2016 A murder and ensuing police chase that began Friday in the “wee hours of the morning,” according to a news release by the Pennsylvania State Police - Greensburg, ultimately ended in the deaths of tw... more »»

Warren man sent to state prison for shooting gun in house around kids

April 23, 2016 A Warren man will spend years in state prison after discharging a shotgun in a house while children were present. Michael P. more »»

High Schools collecting donated suits, tuxes for boys in time of need

April 23, 2016 With prom dresses, suits and tuxedoes running in the hundreds of dollars—before adding hair, nails, accessories, shoes, flowers, tickets and dinner—it’s a rite of passage that isn’t always accessible. more »»

‘Votes cast on Ballot Question 1 ... will not be counted’

April 23, 2016 On Tuesday, voters will see two constitutional amendment questions on the ballot, but votes for only one will count. more »»

Pleasantville man sent to state prison on theft, drug charges

April 23, 2016 One defendant was sentenced to state prison, 23 others were sentenced, and bench warrants were issued for three more, during Warren County Sentence Court proceedings Friday before Judge Maureen... more »»

Kids In Need Fund benefitting an older group of students

April 23, 2016 When it comes to helping kids in need, one group was looking to “advocate a common vision.” That’s how the appropriately named Kids in Need Fund (KIN) came to be. more »»

Hutchinson ‘disappointed’ IRRC approves oil and gas regulations, despite testimony

April 23, 2016 The debate over whether Pennsylvania’s oil and gas regulations comply with state law received another voice. more »»

Fire danger lowered to moderate at ANF

April 23, 2016 After nearly a week of back-to-back brush fires, rain and cooler temperatures allowed personnel at the Allegheny National Forest to lower the fire danger to moderate. more »»

Wooden access ramp in front of city building ‘temporary fix’

April 23, 2016 If you drive past the City of Warren Municipal Building and see a whole lot of plywood out front, don’t worry—it’s not permanent. more »»

Delegate situation

April 23, 2016 “Pennsylvania has never had as great of an opportunity as it is going to have now. more »»



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