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Ike videographers looking for help

March 15, 2014 Three students at Eisenhower Middle High School have entered a video they created for a competition to win funds to support their schools library. And they need your help. more »»

Gasoline Prices Unchanged

March 15, 2014 Western Pennsylvania gas prices remain unchanged this week, staying at $3.66 a gallon, according to AAA East Central. Wednesday’s national average price at the pump is $3.49 per gallo. more »»

S&P Gives County A+

March 14, 2014 Across the country, cities, towns and other municipalities are going broke, unable to pay for pensions and services. more »»

SWAN SONG

March 14, 2014 Wednesday afternoon, hundreds of tundra swans nearly filled a section of the Allegheny River in Starbrick. more »»

Holiday Inn goes to creditor in auction

March 14, 2014 Holiday Inn of Warren was sold at auction on Thursday. But the new owner of the 110-room hotel at 210 Ludlow St. more »»

School abroad doesn’t count for grad honors

March 14, 2014 Problems with class rank policy in the Warren County School District just won’t go away. What if a student studies abroad for a semester, and is awarded district credit. more »»

Random Kindness

March 14, 2014 Students at Warren Area High School wanted to start a Random Acts of Kindness group, so Guidance Counselor Matt Menard and two other WAHS teachers decided to volunteer their time to hel. more »»

VanOrd farm presented as Conservation Farm of the Year

March 14, 2014 During the Warren County Conservation District’s recent annual awards ceremony, Barry and Tammy VanOrd received the Conservation Farm of the Year Awar. more »»

Firefighters respond to alarm at Warren Mall

March 14, 2014 Fire crews responded to the Warren Mall after a light bulb in the ceiling between Kmart and the former Fashion Bug store blew out and caught an acrylic light cover on fire. more »»

Clarendon man dies in oil tank explosion

March 13, 2014 A Clarendon man was killed Wednesday morning as a result of an oil tank explosion in Brokenstraw Township. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Nikolai G. more »»

New downtown group meets with Leadership and planning director

March 13, 2014 The Downtown Warren Partnership hosted the most recent Leadership Warren County group and Dan Glotz, county planning director, at a Wednesday morning meeting held at Vita Bella Italian Caffe. more »»

Rapp announces re-election bid

March 13, 2014 State Rep. Kathy Rapp, R-Warren, announced her plans to seek the Republican nomination for re-election in Pennsylvania’s 65th Legislative District. The district, as of Dec. more »»

T-O All Access begins today

March 13, 2014 Today, The Times Observer is launching All Access as a part of current print subscriptions and future subscribers either with a print subscription or a digital only subscription. more »»

10 months in Afghanistan; Now he’s home

March 13, 2014 To Jordan, Cash and Miranda, he is “Daddy” and “Dad.” To the federal government, he is Sgt. Jeremy Young of the 333rd Engineer Battalion, U.S. Army Reserves, based in Reading. more »»

ANF supervisor transferring to Colorado

March 13, 2014 Bradford Era Allegheny National Forest Supervisor Erin Connelly will leave her post at the end of April to head out wes. more »»

A Last Blast?

March 12, 2014 Warmer weather the last few days has given rise to hopes that spring is on its way – and it is, but first we have to get through at least one more winter storm. more »»

Activities canceled

March 12, 2014 All extra-curricular activities in the Warren County School District are canceled today. more »»

Fatal oil tank accident

March 12, 2014 A Clarendon man was killed Wednesday morning as a result of an oil tank accident in Brokenstraw Township. Pennsylvania State Police said Nikolai G. more »»

County to move records, make jail repairs

March 12, 2014 During their work session Monday morning, the Warren County Commissioners grappled with the issue of the Probation Department’s recent flooding. more »»

Doomed structure once fostered budding musicians

March 12, 2014 Once, the leaky roof and uneven bricks that are now nothing but rubble surrounded a vibrant cultural center of the Warren community. It was more than a tattoo parlor and a union headquarters. more »»

 
 

 

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