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The Lady Dragons tennis team scored their first win of the season on Friday, but they had to hit the road to finish what was intended to be their "home" match with McDowell.
Times Observer photo by Rob Andersen Night work planned Paving will be done on Pennsylvania Avenue, Third Avenue and possibly Hickory Street on Sunday and Monday, Aug. 24-25, from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., according to Mike Holtz, City of Warren's Department of Public Works director.
He already knows Bayern is fast, and now Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert is going to give the 3-year-old colt a chance to see how far he can stretch his speed.
Bo Van Pelt began the FedEx Cup playoffs by going fishing for stripers, which is not unusual for a guy living in Oklahoma.
Sandy Brondello guided the Phoenix Mercury to the best record in WNBA history and Brittney Griner's defense was a big reason why.
So Yeon Ryu set a course record with a 9-under 63 to take the lead at the Canadian Pacific Women's Open after one round on Thursday.
Robert Greenland, 78, of Russell, Pa., passed away peacefully following a brief illness on Thursday, Aug. 21, 2014, at his residence.
On Thursday, 28 students received scholarships that added up to $107,000 through the program - about $3,800 per student.
Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Community Foundation of Warren County Executive Director Charles McKenzie, left, accepts a check from Blair President and CEO David Walde to benefit the Blair Scholarship Fund which is managed by the foundation.
Warren took advantage of a pair of top-five individual performances en route to a third-place finish at Thursday's girls golf megamatch at Green Meadows Golf Course in North East.
Nate Sandberg, after winning the Blueberry Classic Golf Invitational on Wednesday, tied for low round at Meadville Country Club with Bulldog Matt Burchard.
A Warren man was sentenced Thursday by Judge Maureen Skerda to 15 years to 40 years in a state correctional institution for 41 felony counts relating to sexual offenses.
Photo by Brian Ferry The west end of the 200 block of Pennsylvania Avenue is seen on Thursday.
The Lady Dragons fell to 0-2 to start the season with a five-sets-to-none loss at the hands of defending PIAA Class AA State Champion Mercyhurst Prep Wednesday at the Pennbriar Club in Erie.
The City of Warren Planning Commission addressed the Crary Art Gallery sign conundrum with a two-pronged approach Wednesday morning.
While most townships offer a spring clean-up day to their residents, Watson Township has elected to provide one in the fall as well.
The Crary Gallery sign might not be a zoning issue. I have yet to meet one who has not thought approvingly of that appropriate and well designed sign that had appeared on the Gallery which is also appreciated as a community asset.
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Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 03:04 am
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