Head to North Judson this weekend for a car show, carnival rides, a pedal tractor pull, waterball fights, live music and more. They’re all part of the 41st annual Mint Festival, which celebrates the town’s top crop. Food and vendor booths are set up on Lane Street and at Norwayne Field, and carnival rides are in the Catholic Church parking lot across from the public library on Keller Avenue. Continue reading
North Judson’s utility crew will be picking up brush this week. Residents are asked to place brush along the side of their alley if they have one, or next to the street if they don’t. Continue reading
With temperatures expected to remain below freezing for the rest of the week, residents are reminded to take steps to keep pipes and water meters from freezing. Continue reading
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Starke County, with several holiday happenings scheduled this weekend. Festivities get underway tonight in North Judson with the lighting of the town’s Christmas Tree at Norwayne Field. Santa will be on hand for the 6 p.m. community celebration. Children can visit with him at the top of the hill by the fireplace, and cookies and cocoa will also be served. Continue reading
The Town of North Judson is reminding residents that trash pickup now takes place on the streets, instead of the alleys. Trash should be placed along the curb for pickup. Once pickup is complete, garbage cans should be moved away from the street. Continue reading
Officials with the Town of North Judson say they do not have a formal response at this time to claims by a former railroad operator that they violated contract, confidentiality, and the law.
The Chesapeake and Indiana Railroad Company has filed suit against the Town of North Judson for what it alleges is several violations of contract, confidentiality, and the law.
The North Judson Town Council collected public input once again Wednesday night to gather comments on a proposed grant application for a community center construction project.
The Town of North Judson plans to upgrade some of its alleys. The town council Monday voted to use 25-percent of the property tax revenue the town received from the state, for alley maintenance. Continue reading
An emotional goodbye was broadcast over dispatch communications this week for North Judson Town Marshal Doug Vessely.
The man accused of carrying-out a string of robberies in Northern Indiana was indicted on Wednesday, and cooperating authorities say an “ongoing criminal nuisance” has been stopped.
The North Judson Police Department is cracking down on pet owners who haven’t purchased the required tags for their cats and dogs from the town. Town Marshal Doug Vessely says the grace period for cat and dog owners to buy this year’s tags has ended. Continue reading
The interim superintendent with the North Judson – San Pierre school corporation says they are still in the assessment phase of their plans when it comes to readjusting their finances.
A North Judson man faces burglary charges in connection with a recent convenience store break-in. Continue reading
A blown insulator is being blamed for power outages in North Judson and extending into rural areas of Starke and Pulaski counties. That’s according to Kankakee Valley REMC spokeswoman Amanda Steeb. She says the problem is in NIPSCO’s equipment, and crews are on their way to repair the problem. Continue reading
The town of North Judson is already taking most of the risk control measures recommended by their insurance company. That list includes annual employee motor vehicle road reviews, performing a documented fire safety inspection at all county-owned buildings and documenting all sewer maintenance. The town council reviewed the list of recommendations when they met earlier this week. Continue reading
A beloved North Judson businessman will be laid to rest tomorrow. WKVI”s Ed Hasnerl reports.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board has agreed to take part in a program that they hope will reduce the likelihood of truancy among students.
North Judson officials will meet later this month with the three engineering firms they are considering for rehabilitation work to the town’s two water towers. Continue reading