Winamac Town Council members met Monday morning to take care of some year-end business.Continue reading
North Judson Town Superintendent Joe Leszek recently informed council members about the results of an inspection that was conducted by Peerless Midwest.Continue reading
The Indiana Arts Commission (IAC) is now accepting applications for a few different funding opportunities for community service programs. Those programs include Arts Project Support, Arts Organization Support, and Creative Community Pathways.Continue reading
After the first of the year, the City of Knox will embark on a collaborative community development project with Ball State University.
Back in October, City officials entered into a contract with the university in order to obtain a revitalization plan that will include designs for a proposed downtown façade program.Continue reading
In order to ensure that your holiday is fun and festive, there are a few tips you should keep in mind to avoid a Christmas catastrophe.Continue reading
When the North Judson Town Council met for their second meeting of the month, Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe provided a bit of feedback about the employee Christmas party that was held earlier this month.Continue reading
An update over the proposed State Road 10 sidewalk project in the Town of North Judson was provided when Town Council members met last Monday.Continue reading
Residents are being reminded that all City of Knox offices will be closed in observance of Christmas starting tomorrow.
If you have anything to take care of in the Mayor’s Office or other city-affiliated offices, today is your last chance until later this week.Continue reading
After months of collecting community input and continuous collaboration, the comprehensive plan for the Town of North Judson was adopted when town council members met Monday night.Continue reading
The City of Knox had a great deal of participation in this year’s Christmas Decorating Contest and City officials recently announced the winning displays.Continue reading
The Marshall County Sheriff’s Department has released additional details about an accident involving a Plymouth Community School Corporation bus that occurred Thursday afternoon.Continue reading
A problematic property on Cherry Street was discussed during North Judson Ordinance Officer Kerry Rust’s report when the Town Council met Monday night.Continue reading
Students and staff at the Culver Community School Corporation recently participated in a fundraiser that made more than $1,000 for the Cheryl Lyn Welter Family Charitable Foundation.Continue reading
A La Porte County man is facing felony charges following an arrest that occurred Wednesday morning.
According to authorities, on Monday, December 16th La Porte County Deputy David Grimberg met with a female privately inside the Sheriff’s Office. She reported that she had found some concerning information on an electronic device belonging to her husband.Continue reading
The cost of the 2019 Municipal General Election was discussed when North Judson Town council members met Monday night. It was noted that cost came in a little over $10,915.Continue reading
Residents living within the City limits of Knox who are in need of home repairs they can’t quite afford are encouraged to reach out to be a part of the Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation program.Continue reading
A handful of Knox Middle Schoolers are making an effort to assist fellow students with a special project entitled ‘The Redskins Closet’.Continue reading
Alyssa Shepherd, the driver involved in a fatal bus stop crash in Rochester, was sentenced to four years in prison in Fulton County Superior Court this afternoon.Continue reading
The Knox City Council considered a resolution related to a newly established Tax Increment Financing area for the new cold brew coffee manufacturer expected to build a facility on Division Road.Continue reading
The Winners of the 2019 Light Up North Judson Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest were announced during Monday night’s Town Council meeting.Continue reading