The annual Trash Bash! event hosted by Indiana Department of Transportation is set between April 15 through April 30.Continue reading
North Judson Town Council members reviewed two separate proposals from the engineering firm Fleis and VandenBrink (V&F) when they met Monday night.Continue reading
Seemingly faulty traffic lights were brought up at last Monday’s Winamac Town Council meeting during a presentation provided by an Indiana Department of Transportation representative.Continue reading
Winamac Town Council members received a presentation from a representative with the Indiana Department of Transportation when they met Monday night.
INDOT Project Manager Tim Hoffa told members about how the agency is working to improve their connection with local municipalities.Continue reading
Officials with the Town of Culver recently learned they are the recipients of a grant that will cover construction costs for the third phase of the Lake Maxinkuckee Walking and Biking Trail.Continue reading
Winamac officials recently learned that the Town may be receiving a lighting grant sooner than they expected.
When the council met for their regular session last Monday, Town Manager Brad Zellers told them he received word that the lighting grant they applied for through INDOT could be available to them as soon as this fall.Continue reading
Officials from the Indiana Department of Transportation are warning drivers of potentially hazardous road conditions lasting Tuesday evening through Thursday evening.
Due to high winds and the challenges that historically low wind chills will present to plow crews in clearing roadways, officials are strongly advising Hoosier motorists to stay off the roads through Thursday, if possible.Continue reading
Motorists are reminded to be extra cautious driving, as this morning’s conditions led to multiple vehicles sliding off the road.Continue reading
Following several hours of investigation, the Indiana State Police have released additional information about the fatal accident involving an Eastern Pulaski Community School bus that occurred on U.S. 31 Wednesday morning. The collision reportedly claimed the life of a teenage boy.
At the time of the crash, the bus was occupied by 38 eighth grade students and three chaperones that were on the way to see a Christmas musical in Warsaw. Continue reading
The City of Knox was awarded $346,138.07 in the most recent round of INDOT’s Community Crossings Matching Grant Program.
When City Council members met earlier this month, Mayor Dennis Estok indicated they were fortunate to be a recipient this year since about 444 communities applied and only 283 were awarded funds. Continue reading
Any illegally placed campaign signs in the Town of Culver will be removed if there are complaints received.
Hamlet officials hope a U.S. 30 construction project will wrap up soon. Following a spike in accidents, Town Council President Dave Kesvormas urged INDOT to address safety concerns in the work zone.
Hamlet officials are demanding answers from INDOT, after a U.S. 30 construction project has led to a spike in accidents. During Wednesday’s town council meeting, Council President Dave Kesvormas complained that the town wasn’t told about the work ahead of time. “Legally, technically, U.S. 30 goes through town because that parcel on the northeast side of 30 is our parcel, so 30 goes through,” he explained. “The state didn’t contact us, nor did the contractor, and yet, we’ve had all these series of accidents.”
Starke County Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler told the commissioners this week that he submitted four projects for consideration for the fall Community Crossings grant round.
With the Election Day just around the corner, you can’t drive far without spotting campaign signs of various sizes and colors speckling front yards and lining the roadways.
While it’s understandable that candidates want to get their name out there, there are a few things they must keep in mind when it comes to placement. Continue reading
Knox Street Superintendent Jeff Borg told the Knox Board of Works members on Wednesday morning that applications have been submitted to INDOT for consideration for the 2018 fall Community Crossings call for projects.
Several projects are being considered by the Starke County Highway Department for consideration for INDOT’s Community Crossings grant program.
The Town of Culver is awaiting grant funds to begin two major projects outlined in the town’s Stellar Communities Designation Program plans.
Starke County Highway Superintendent Rik Ritzler has several projects on tap to include in the first round of INDOT’s Community Crossings grant application.
A proposal for engineering services for the INDOT related projects within the Town of Culver’s Stellar Communities Designation Program plans is still anticipated.