The Starke County Commissioners will meet tonight where newly elected Commissioner Bryan Cavendar will attend his first meeting alongside Kathy Norem and Charlie Chesak. They will reorganize and make 2019 appointments as the first order of business.Continue reading
A Knox downtown property is still under enforcement action under the unsafe building authority.Continue reading
Homeowners are encouraged to have homes tested for radon.Continue reading
A North Judson man was sentenced in three different felony cases in Starke Circuit Court Thursday morning.Continue reading
The City of Knox will be hiring a structural engineer to evaluate the condition of a downtown structure.Continue reading
A North Judson woman was arrested on Saturday, Dec. 29 on suspicion of dealing a narcotic drug.Continue reading
The Knox Board of Works members opened a single bid for the demolition of 313 Ostrander Court when they met last week.Continue reading
Knox City Police Chief Harold Smith presented the Knox Board of Public Works members with a recommendation of promotion for a patrolman.Continue reading
The medical coverage for inmates was a topic of discussion at the most recent meeting of the Starke County Commissioners.
It’s almost the end of December and the City of Knox Street Department is continuing to pick up leaves.
The Starke County Commissioners reviewed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Starke County Environmental Management District last week regarding the changes in the delivery of recycling services to residents in the county.
The Knox Board of Public Works members continue to work with the Knox Community School Corporation to supply a Memorandum of Understanding for a School Resource Officer.
It took nearly a year, but the Starke County Commissioners signed a contract with the Starke County Economic Development Foundation for two years. Continue reading
The SYSCO property in Hamlet remains vacant, but officials continue to work to get a buyer for the property.
The Pulaski County Historical Society is looking for volunteers to serve as hosts at the new history museum on Monticello Street in Winamac.
Starke County Attorney Marty Lucas presented the commissioners this week with an ordinance for enhanced security at the Starke County Annex Building No. 1 at 53 E. Mound Street in Knox.
A recent roundtable discussion to combat the state’s opioid epidemic involved a local representative.
The Marshall County Commissioners reviewed a resolution Monday morning that allows for the sale of equipment to the Starke County Highway Department.
Three jail officers at the Starke County Justice Center were honored on Friday evening for their efforts in saving the life of an inmate in September.
The residency of Starke County Republican Councilman-Elect Tom DeCola is in question after the issue was raised during the Starke County Council meeting.
DeCola was elected as the Starke County Council District 4 representative in the General Election gathering 84 votes more than his opponent Democrat Karen Tibbs.