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A lesson well learned

April 12, 2014 Linda Ford of Warren learned CPR when she worked for Penelec during the 1980s, and kept up her certification throughout the years, thinking it was a skill she would never need. Around 1 p.. more »»

Volunteers saluted for their work

April 12, 2014 National Volunteer Week is intended to bring recognition to those who already volunteer while inspiring others to join the ranks. more »»

Goodbye, Old Friend

April 12, 2014 First United Methodist Church in Warren is saying goodbye to an old friend. more »»

City’s clean-up will start April 21

April 12, 2014 The City of Warren will conduct its annual spring clean-up program beginning Monday, April 21, according to the city’s Department of Public Works. more »»

Quilting group provides comfort to cancer patients

April 12, 2014 Cancer chemotherapy treatments can be uncomfortable at the best of times, and some patients get very cold during the procedures. more »»

More details fleshed out in downtown parking plan

April 11, 2014 No free parking and kiosks throughout downtown are the hallmarks of a proposal put forth by the City of Warren’s parking committee. more »»

Lower price for permits in Big Blue

April 11, 2014 If there are parking options cheaper than on-street parking under the city’s parking plan proposal, simple economics would indicate people will park ther. more »»

Ludlow vets’ info sought for monument

April 11, 2014 The Hamilton Township Veterans Memorial is taking shape in McKean County. more »»

Four burns planned on Allegheny by USFS

April 11, 2014 Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Some time in the next few weeks, there will be fire in Mead Township with smoke probably heading into Pleasant Township and the City of Warren. more »»

VITA tax volunteers break returns record

April 11, 2014 It’s been a busy couple of months for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. more »»

Ex-Beaty staffer called hero of slashing incident

April 11, 2014 “He did exactly what he felt was necessar. more »»

Local district justices recertified

April 11, 2014 Senior Magisterial District Judge Arthur Zerbe, Sr. and Magisterial District Judge Glenn S. more »»

Despite savings, jail’s drug bill still pricey

April 10, 2014 Questioned by a municipal official, the Warren County Commissioners gave an explanation of one area of their expenditures at Wednesday morning’s meetin. more »»

Sugar Grove youngster hoping for some help

April 10, 2014 Seven-year-old Cooper Groves of Sugar Grove needs a van. Not just any van, but one that is handicapped accessible. more »»

Party Planning

April 10, 2014 The Fourth of July celebration in Warren is a brief day or so for most of us, but for a core group of volunteers, planning this year’s festivities began on July 5 last year. more »»

Pheasants aid education

April 10, 2014 Students in the Warren County School District schools as well as the Tidioute Community Charter School, Head Start and homeschoolers will again have the opportunity this spring to learn embryology i... more »»

Witness: Child porn suspect threatened suicide

April 10, 2014 A Pennsylvania State Police trooper and two witnesses provided testimony Wednesday morning during a preliminary hearing for Tyler M. more »»

Disc Golf proposal formalized to panel

April 10, 2014 Those thinking about playing nine holes some evening might have another option in Warren soon. more »»

No More Free Parking

April 10, 2014 “All, and I mean all, free spaces are going to go away.” City of Warren Mayor Maurice Cashman’s comment kicked off a public meeting on a new proposed parking plan for the city. more »»

Times Observer editors recognized

April 9, 2014 Two editors at the The Times Observer have won awards from two state-wide journalism organizations. more »»

 
 

 

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