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The Sheffield Wolverines were swept on the track at Johnsonburg in less than ideal conditions Monday, losing the boys' meet by a score of 81-66 and the girls' meet, 97-21.
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Marian M. Loomis, 78, of the Frewsburg Rest Home, formerly of Randolph, died 8:15 P.M. Sunday, April 13, 2014 at W.C.A. Hospital in Jamestown, NY.
12 hrs ago | Times Observer
Richard was born on November 12, 1938 in Warren, PA, the son of the late Norman J. and Dorothy I. Sederberg Ahlgren.
16 hrs ago | Times Observer
Elaine Marie Larson, 62, unexpectedly passed into the next life at 12:30pm, Sunday, April 13, 2014, in her residence on Yankee Bush Rd. She was born in Johnstown, PA, July 24, 1951 to the late Ralph and Catherine Natcher Edwards.
20 hrs ago | Times Observer
The annual Broom and Bulb Sale is being sponsored by the Pine Grove Lions Club. The door to door sale by members will be during the month of April.
21 hrs ago | Times Observer
Students at St. Joseph School celebrated the 219-year history of the City of Warren on Monday with a special recognition of the students and teacher behind the day named for the man who founded the city.
22 hrs ago | Times Observer
A project to provide a web presence for the county's fire departments that includes a forum to provide information, enhance recruitment efforts and improve inter-department and public communication should be launched in May. Volunteer fire department members have been participating in a series of demonstrations in preparation for the launch of ... (more)
22 hrs ago | Times Observer
A Warren man will serve 15 to 40 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to a host of felony charges ranging from rape of a child to child pornography.
A unique gathering of concerned Americans took place on March 7th at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.
Don was employed as a Respiratory Therapist at Warren General Hospital from 19842013 and a member of the Warren First Church of the Nazarene.
There were more than 1,800 crashes in Pennsylvania work zones in 2013 and with Act 89 transportation projects ramping up, PennDOT and the Pennsylvania State Police are reminding motorists to drive carefully through the work zones they'll encounter this construction season.
Approximately 50 counselors, parents, volunteers and other interested persons learned about this unique aspect of grief and how to help.
Warren and Cathedral Prep have played their fair share of close games. Saturday's non-region game at Old Legion Field in Warren was no different.
Charles Bennett recorded each of his 43 combat missions - made in the nose of a B17 bomber during WWII - in a small leather-bound notebook.
First Presbyterian Church's Mission Committee is holding a fundraiser to benefit the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.
On the strength of track finishes and the long jump, Warren's boys finished second out of 24 teams at Saturday's Harbor Creek Invitational.
Warren is 3-1 overall and 3-0 in Region 7 after a doubleheader sweep of Mercyhurst Prep on Saturday at the Farm Colony Complex.