A Knox Man was lodged in the Marshall County Jail Sunday evening after allegedly striking a Plymouth home while under the influence of alcohol.Continue reading
Three young men were arrested early Monday morning in connection to a theft incident in La Porte County.Continue reading
An intoxicated driver reportedly struck a home in Knox early Sunday morning.Continue reading
Time is running out to file a declaration of candidacy for the 2019 Municipal Primary Election.
All candidates interested in running must be filed at their County Clerk’s Office by noon, local time, on Friday, February 8th. No exceptions will be made.Continue reading
Knox Mayor Dennis discussed a potential intersection beautification project with city council members when they met last Tuesday.Continue reading
A driver was reportedly airlifted from a cornfield near Toto Road, following a Sunday night crash.Continue reading
A driver was safely extricated from his truck by f
Officials with the North-Judson Wayne Township Fire Department will be looking to fill two open positions after the first of the year. Continue reading
Two Knox men face felony charges after an alleged rape incident on Sept. 19 at a Knox residence.
A request to amend the Winamac golf cart policy was revisited by Town Council members when they met Monday night.
Council President Tom Murray noted that when resident Tony Calabrese came before the members during their first meeting in July, they said they would take his recommendation under consideration. Calabrese asked the council to consider adding utility vehicles, such as “Kubotas”, to the vehicles allowed on town roads.
Since they haven’t met since then, President Murray said they should discuss it during the special session to reach a consensus before their next official meeting. Continue reading
When a man who was floating the river on Friday didn’t show up on time to a designated meet up area near the Yellow River Bridge at 500 East, people became concerned and called for help. Continue reading
Quotes will be obtained to replace the curb along the west side of the Starke County Annex No. 2 building on Pearl Street in Knox.
The Culver Town Council members held a public hearing Monday night to take comments on the Community Parks Improvement project that is encompassed in the Culver Stellar Communities Designation Program.
An intergovernmental agreement between the Town of Culver and the Culver Redevelopment Commission was discussed last week.
Paramedics are needed everywhere in the state and nationwide. Starke County EMS Director Travis Clary told the commissioners this week that they are interviewing paramedics for two full-time opportunities.
“We implemented a new standard of hiring which requires a written test, skills test and oral interview to get the best candidate possible,” said Clary. “If nothing else, we can get more part-time paramedics, but really no luck so far. It seems like there’s a shortage nationwide. I know Pulaski County and LaPorte County are kinda hurting. So, that’s where we’re at with that.”
Although the Community Cantata Choir won’t have their final performance until Christmastime, rehearsals will be underway soon. Event coordinators and program directors Nan Folkers and Brian Liechty are still working out this year’s theme and the schedule for official try-out dates and subsequent rehearsals. Folkers said the start date should be announced in early September. Continue reading
The IRS, along with the tax industry and state tax agencies,warn tax professionals to beware of phishing emails Continue reading
A multiple-vehicle accident on U.S. 30 in Kosciusko County has claimed the lives of two local teenage girls. It happened yesterday on U.S. 30 Eastbound, according to the website InkFreeNews.com.