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Portion of downtown building coming down

March 7, 2014 Demolition on the one-story portion of the building on the corner of Market Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, next door to the Times Observer, began on Thursday. more »»

Thompson joins in to critique budget

March 7, 2014 President Obama’s budget proposal has prompted wide-spread denunciation from Republicans since it was unveiled on Tuesday. more »»

DECA-rated Students

March 7, 2014 All 16 Warren County Career Center DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) students who traveled to Hershey for the state competition last week won medals. Some won two or even three medals. more »»

DECArated Students

March 7, 2014 All 16 Warren County Career Center DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) students who traveled to Hershey for the state competition last week won medals. Some won two or even three medals. more »»

Warren man dies in mishap

March 7, 2014 A Warren man died Wednesday after a snowboarding accident at the Holiday Valley ski resort in Ellicottville, N.Y. “We are extremely sorry to report on Wednesday, March 5 at approximately 1:30 p.m. more »»

Paving Plans

March 6, 2014 The effects of the sweeping $2.3 billion transportation bill signed by Gov. Tom Corbett in November are trickling down to Warren County. more »»

Parking, tourism highlight Town Hall

March 6, 2014 A wide range of issues were discussed during the first town hall meeting coordinated by new Warren Mayor Maurice Cashman. more »»

Probation Officer Charged

March 6, 2014 Warren-based state police filed charges Wednesday against county adult probation officer Jeffrey F. more »»

Veterans to be designated on driver’s licenses

March 6, 2014 Veterans in the commonwealth can now show their status as easily as they show their ID. more »»

Forum will look at aging process

March 6, 2014 By JACOB PERRYMAN jperryman@timesobserver.com The long march of time eventually wears upon us all. more »»

County planners handle road access, subdivision

March 6, 2014 The Warren County Planning Commission took action on two items during a meeting held on Tuesday at the Warren County Courthouse. more »»

Waiting For Sap

March 6, 2014 By BEN KLEIN bklein@timesobserver.com The only good thing about tapping maple trees with snow on the ground is you can see where you’ve bee. more »»

DPW: Heating assistance not in jeopardy

March 5, 2014 Heating costs are up and temperatures are down. more »»

Probation officer faces charges

March 5, 2014 Warren-based state police have charged a Warren County probation officer with indecent assault, harrassment and official oppression for incidents involving one of the officer's clients. more »»

Veteran Of The Year

March 5, 2014 There are roughly 5,000 veterans living in Warren County. One of them was brought to tears Tuesday afternoon at the American Legion Post 135 in Warren. more »»

Local govt. pension funding varies

March 5, 2014 At this point, it’s common knowledge the state is facing a growing pension problem. What’s not as well known is that Pennsylvania’s municipalities are facing a pension crisis of their own. more »»

Habitat looking for a partner

March 5, 2014 Habitat for Humanity has a one-story house that needs a partner family. The house has three bedrooms with an open style living, dining and kitchen area and about 1,100 square feet of living spac. more »»

Scouts elect new council president

March 5, 2014 At the February executive board meeting of the Chief Cornplanter Council, the council nominating committee brought Mike Barrett’s name for considetation to be the 38th Council President of the Chief... more »»

Times Observer all-access will debut March 13

March 4, 2014 The Times Observer is adding new ways to read the newspaper daily; every page, every day, every where. more »»

Brick streets: They’re rough, but they’ve stood the test of time

March 4, 2014 By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com While not the smoothest ride, there are roads in the City of Warren that don’t have potholes. Brick ones. more »»

 
 

 

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