School board welcomes two new members
Following its annual organizational meeting, the Warren County School District's board of directors met Thursday night for its regular meeting.
Our opinion: Rediscover downtown
They are occasions that give people the opportunity to rediscover their communities, rediscover memories of their communities from some previous and important times in their lives.
COG Wants Answers On TPA
"If we're the ones that are going to be put on the spot, it behooves us, if we have made a decision to support a particular group, then we need to hold them accountable.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Church loses thousands to recently closed oil company
Hundreds of people in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are scrambling to figure out how to heat their homes after a local oil company abruptly closes.
Sharing Harvest running, but not in Warren Co.
Through the Hunters Sharing the Harvest program, sportsmen can donate all or part of their deer to a participating processor who will, after processing, donate the venison to Pennsylvania food banks, soup kitchens and pantries.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Count Isn't Official
According to Warren County Visitors Bureau Board President Karen Sobkowski, votes Tuesday evening by the supervisors in Farmington and Sugar Grove townships bring the municipalities voting against the commissioners' resolution over the top.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New rules for markets topic of workshop
Penn State's Warren County Extension Office will be offering a chance for farmers market vendors to get up to speed on state regulations.
Conewango Creek kiosks in place
Thanks to the efforts of a group of Leadership Warren County graduates, three informational kiosks have been erected at strategic locations along the creek.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
House honors Cornplanter Scout Council
The Pennsylvania State legislature has passed a resolution honoring the 100th anniversary of the Chief Cornplanter Council of the Boy Scouts.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Sheriffs to gather here for confab
Warren will host the 2014 Pennsylvania State Sheriff's Summer Conference, the largest event held each year by the Pennsylvania Sheriff's Association.
ACA And County Workers
While the county taxpayers have saved $6.5 million since 2007, according to the Warren County Commissioners, when the county changed to self-insurance for health care, there seems to be a storm cloud on the horizon.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Bear hunters had success in Warren County woods
A full tally of bears taken in Warren County during the state's four-day regular season is not available yet, but preliminary numbers for the first three days are.
Commissioners hold line on taxes in 2014 budget
After dealing with several routine housekeeping issues at their meeting Wednesday morning, the Warren County Commissioners unanimously approved the county's 2014 budget that does not include any tax increases.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Erie Times News
Winter storm causes minor problems in Erie region
The first blast of a winter storm that is expected to stick around through early Thursday morning has dropped heavy, wet snow that made area roads slick and brought down some limbs and utility lines in spots.
Crary Gallery seeking Irish Smith's artwork
The Crary Art Gallery is looking for artwork by Warren scene painter Shirley "Irish" Smith for inclusion in the Crary's memorial exhibition "Through Irish Eyes" to run Dec. 6 through Dec. 21. Most of the works in the "Irish" show are on loan from local collections, and the gallery doesn't want to overlook paintings that may fill some career gaps, ... (more)
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Deadline looming for EMS
This coming April, new emergency medical services regulations go into effect that have the potential to greatly effect, and potentially restrict, local ambulance response.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Students build trailhead kiosk
The students in the Warren County Career Center's Machine Technology class built a kiosk for the trailhead of the Lowland Trail at Chapman State Park.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
A lot has changed since 1963
One of the features in the Monday, Nov. 25, 1963 edition of the Times-Mirror was a story about a woman who remembered the previous presidential assassination.
Decking The Halls
Most of the downtown Warren Christmas decorations are up. A Department of Public Works crew hung swags - including garlands, bows and lights - on the Hickory Street Bridge.
Grant will aid Historical Society work
The Warren County Historical Society has announced the award of the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission Keystone Historic Preservation Construction grant.