Hamlet’s Railroad Street project is set to begin soon. Last month, the town council awarded a bid to Mark Milo Enterprises. The town received a Community Crossings grant from the state to cover 75 percent of the cost.Continue reading
The Knox Community School Corporation continues to see success with its alternative high school program, as it nears the end of its first year.Continue reading
The Starke County Justice Center will host their first F.A.R.M. Sale of the year this weekend, just in time for you to find the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
The event will be held from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 11th.Continue reading
One man is in the Pulaski County Jail on suspicion of armed robbery.Continue reading
A Pulaski County jury found a former Pulaski County Sheriff not guilty on seven criminal charges Wednesday.Continue reading
The North Judson Police Department is currently looking into the option of adding a School Resource Officer to the force.
Town Marshal Kelly Fisher shared some information about the possibility when members met Monday night.Continue reading
Knox City officials want to expand the TIF District outside the city limits.Continue reading
Two defendants and their attorneys submitted plea agreements for consideration by Starke Circuit Court Judge Kim Hall Wednesday morning.Continue reading
A multi-phase project that could include a splash pad, a pool, and a perimeter path was presented to Winamac officials and residents Wednesday afternoon.
Members of the Winamac Town Council and Park Board, as well as representatives from the Pool Committee and Pulaski County Wellness Center gathered at the Utilities Complex to hear a presentation from Engineer Jason Miller.Continue reading
The Pulaski County Commissioners approved an equipment purchase for the Highway Department Monday.Continue reading
Making sure homeless students have access to education is the goal of a policy revision being considered by the West Central School Board. Superintendent Don Street says it’s a standard policy that was recommended by the Indiana School Boards Association. It deals with homeless students’ enrollment rights and services.Continue reading
Three grants from the Cheryl Lyn Welter Family Charitable Foundation were presented during Tuesday’s Knox School Board meeting.Continue reading
For the last seven decades, the organization Mental Health America has used the month of May to raise awareness and reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness.Continue reading
The first official public hearing over Knox Community Schools’ proposed $20 million building project drew no comments during Tuesday’s school board meeting.Continue reading
A standing ovation ushered in conversations surrounding the announcement that Starke County is a finalist in the Regional Stellar Communities Designation Program.Continue reading
The expectations for Pulaski County’s next veterans service officer will be a little higher than originally thought. The county commissioners announced Monday that two people have applied for the open position. But Tom White, the northwest district officer for the Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs, says the state has a number of requirements that aren’t explicitly listed in the county’s job description.Continue reading
An ordinance that will help keep the Town of North Judson looking nice and tidy was approved Monday night.Continue reading
West Central Elementary School’s book rental fees will stay the same for another year. The fees for the 2019-2020 school year were approved during last week’s school board meeting, according to Superintendent Don Street.Continue reading