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44 min ago | Times Observer
The search for widowm is not an easy road, most especially the highway of the big business, DUI program in Warren County. Bigger yet is the discretionary power of the judges and district attorney.
4 hrs ago | Times Observer
The Clarendon Coat Closet, a program of Trinity United Methodist Church, aims to help families make sure their school age children have new coats that fit this winter. "This is our third year at this ministry," Coat Closet Committee member Jim Houghtling said.
9 hrs ago | Times Observer
The Eisenhower girls cross country team finished seventh out of 13 teams at this weekend's Red Dragon Invitational at Long Point State Park. Julia Bauer led the Ike girls with a 25th place finish out of 94, in 23:11.
13 hrs ago | Times Observer
A settlement has been reached between Waste Treatment Corporation and Clean Water Action, the group suing the Warren County wastewater treatment plant for allegedly violating federal and state environmental laws by discharging up to 200,000 gallons a day of gas drilling wastewater into the Allegheny River. Under the terms of the settlement, WTC is required to install new equipment to remove more than 99 percent of contaminants in the drilling wastewater and will stop discharging wastewater from unconventional drilling and will reduce discharges from conventional drilling by 35 percent until the new equipment is installed by the end of April 2015.
Margaret Ann Granquist, 84, formerly of Russell, Pa., passed away on Sunday, September 14, 2014, at Warren General Hospital. Margaret was born October 13, 1929, in Russell, Pa., the daughter of the late Ho-ward L. and Gladys R. Phil-lips Ramsdell.
Harry Shreve of Warren Pa., passed away on Friday, September 12, at his home following a lengthy battle with cancer. He was born in Ripley, N.Y., served in the army spending time in Korea where he was in charge of the motor pool and in Ok-inawa.
The crash happened at about 3:10 p.m. on Route 27 about 3 miles south of Route 69 in Sugar Grove Township when a Kia Sorento headed north veered into the southbound lane and collided head on with a Chevrolet Aveo, state police in Warren said. The driver of the Aveo, 72-year-old Jeanette Ickes, of Youngsville, was pronounced dead at the scene after suffering traumatic injuries, Warren County Coroner Jerry Borden said.
The referee then turned off his microphone and briefly said something to the Texas players after they were heard saying they would go on defense.
No. 24 South Carolina's defense showed it's not nearly as bad as it looked two weeks ago - and maybe that No. 6 Georgia isn't the runaway favorite in the Southeastern Conference Eastern Division.
Sheffield's offense sputtered at times, but was finally able to put up points, in a 32-18 loss to the Kane Wolves, Friday night. After going scoreless in their first two games of the season, the Wolverines responded quickly, mid first quarter, to a John English 16-yard touchdown run, when quarterback Adam Higby found Marquis Clark open along the sideline.
A funeral service for Thelma Pudder Hayes, 75, of Youngsville, who passed away on Monday, was held on Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services. Pastor Larry Little officiated.
Irene Elizabeth Clark, 91, of Warren, PA and formerly of Erie, PA died Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at Golden Living Center Kinzua in Warren, PA. Born on August 8, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Ralph and Adda Wiggins Way.
Player representatives to the union voted Friday to implement testing for human growth hormone for the 2014 NFL season. HGH testing was originally agreed upon in 2011, but the players have balked at the science in the testing and the appeals process for positive tests.
Warren contained Greenville's vaunted running game, but mental mistakes, turnovers, and injuries added up in a 35-6 Region 3 loss to the Trojans on Friday Night. Already playing without senior quarterback D.J. Fehlman, the Dragons also lost standout running back Kyle Kulka and backup quarterback Evan Suppa to injuries in the first quarter.
Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry took an indefinite leave of absence Friday, making the move under fire for his racially charged comments about a player. Hawks CEO Steve Koonin has resisted calls for Ferry to be dismissed, but said the 47-year-old GM asked for the leave.
After his team's 44-12 region win over Youngsville at Mike Shine Field on Friday, those totals are nearly doubled. Stafford's 190 yards and four touchdowns powered a Cambridge Springs effort that amassed 329 yards on the ground and limited the Eagles to less than 200 yards of total offense.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 08:19 pm
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