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2 min ago | Times Observer
The audit, released by the Pennsylvania Auditor General's office on Thursday, found the district has taken corrective action to fix five of six issues found in the previous state audit released in January.
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4 hrs ago | Times Observer
Retired managers Joe Torre, Tony La Russa and Bobby Cox were unanimously elected to the baseball Hall of Fame by the expansion era committee on Monday.
8 hrs ago | Times Observer
Dog licenses went on sale at the beginning of the month and owners are required to have dogs age three months or older licensed for the year by Jan. 1. An annual license runs $8.45, but is only $6.45 for spayed or neutered animals.
11 hrs ago | Times Observer
Matt Prater had a cold, and was dealing with icy temperatures and history as he lined up to kick the frigid football from his 46-yard line.
The 12th annual Warren General Hospital Christmas Basket Contest and Raffle is taking place Dec. 9-13 in the hospital outpatient lobby.
The idea of a national bird count dates back to the late 1800's when individuals would participate in a holiday tradition called the Christmas "Side Hunt".
A holiday concert will be held Tuesday, Dec. 10, at 6:30 p.m. at Sugar Grove Elementary School.
Warren played in its most competitive season-opening tournament in years this weekend at the Franklin Tip-Off Tournament.
While the go-live date for the Warren County Fire Services Committee's public information project has been pushed back a month, the project continues to move ahead.
Port Allegany was too much for Youngsville to handle in the championship game of the Sheffield Sports Boosters Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday night, as the Gators came away with a 36-22 victory.
No U.S. women's bobsled team had swept the podium in a World Cup race in nearly 13 years - until Saturday, when the American dominance was on full display.
To understand the true significance of Lindsey Vonn's return to racing Friday, ignore the World Cup downhill results sheet, with a slow-for-her time and 40th-place finish, and instead examine a calendar.
Robinson Cano is leaving the Yankees, Carlos Beltran is coming back to New York and Hiroki Kuroda is staying in town.
She was born August 25, 1933 in Warren, Pa. to the late Gerald and Virginia Reynolds.
A motion to reconsider sentencing for one of the three men who committed over $750,000 in vandalism damage in June at Youngsville High School was denied by Judge Gregory Hammond during criminal arguments held on Friday morning.
Despite an appeal by parents during the public comment portion of Thursday night's meeting of the district board of school directors, the board opted to dissolve one co-operative agreement and form another in a move that effectively transforms golf in the district into a county-wide sport.