City of Warsaw

Tax Abatements Continue For Four Businesses

Warsaw Common Council’s meeting Monday evening was brief with action on two items on its agenda. Council members approved to continue the tax abatements for four businesses that have complied with real and personal property as outlined in their original request. The abatement reviews were for Zimmer, Symmetry Medical … Read More

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Kiwanis Guest Day Slated For May 28

By JIM TINKEY Kiwanis Club of Warsaw Kiwanis Club of Warsaw is holding it’s annual guest day on Thursday, May 28. Anyone interested in learning more about Kiwanis, their community service projects and membership is invited to attend the luncheon free of charge. The guest speaker for the … Read More


Land Acquired By Airport Authority, Moving Ahead

  In a brief 15 minute meeting Tuesday, members of the Board of Aviation Commissioners for the Warsaw Municipal Airport were told the acquisition of 81.93 acres from Ceres Farms LLC, east of CR 100E and adjacent to property owned by the airport, is final and the airport … Read More

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BREAKING: First Results Are In

Results from the first precincts are in for the 2015 Municipal Primary, with 10 of 39 reporting. The first precinct to arrive with ballots, was Warsaw 4-2 at approximately 6:11 p.m. The Warsaw Community School Corp., school referendum has received 982 votes in favor and 596 votes against. … Read More


Proclamation, Tax Abatements, Alley Vacation On Common Council Agenda

A proclamation by Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer declaring the week of May 4-8 as Chamber of Commerce Week opened the Warsaw Common Council meeting Monday evening. The week draws awareness to the significant efforts the chamber brings to businesses and citizens in providing economic growth to the community. Kosciusko … Read More

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Contracts, Purchases, Agreements Approved at Board of Public Works And Safety

Warsaw Board of Works and Public Safety had a full agenda of new business to handle Friday morning with contract, purchase and agreement requests among business. A request by the John C. Peterson American Legion Post No. 49, Warsaw, to close Fort Wayne Street between Buffalo and Lake … Read More

Realgy Energy Service Providing Gas Service To City Of Warsaw

The City of Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety has issued a request-for-proposal for natural gas to service its 21-meter locations. Realgy Energy Service, a wholesaler or third party supplier in the NIPSCO Choice program, responded with a proposal that showed savings compared to the current supplier … Read More


Homeless Man Gives Donations To Local Charities

It has been said before that the happiest individuals are not those who receive more, but give more. For Timothy Watt, 57, also known as Harry Homeless Hippie, raising awareness and helping others is among his top priorities. Harry, who notes he is a veteran of the Marine … Read More

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Kosciusko Chamber Holds Ribbon Cutting At Mad Anthony

By ALYSSA LOWE Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Mad Anthony Lake City Tap House, located at 113 E. Center St., Warsaw. Mad Anthony has made several interior improvments in order to create a comfortable, up to date and pub oriented … Read More

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Meet Warsaw City Primary Candidates

Join the Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 23, to Meet The Candidates in the 2015 Municipal Primary Election. The event will be held at Lakeview Middle School, 848 E. Smith St., Warsaw. The primary election will be held within the city … Read More


American Legion Dedicates Crimson Maple In Central Park

A tradition was started today at Central Park in Warsaw. In honor of Earth Day, American Legion Post 49 donated a Crimson Maple tree to the park in honor of the veterans who have served so that Americans have the freedom to celebrate Arbor Day. “There’s nothing but … Read More

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Kosciusko Commissioners Support NIRP Affiliation, CLS Update

Mark Dobson, president and CEO of Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, approached the Kosciusko County Commissioners during its April 21 meeting regarding Kosciusko County’s participation in the Regional Cities Initiative. Gov. Mike Pence signed the initiative into law last year. It was originally proposed to fund $84 million of … Read More


Common Council Moves Forward With Redevelopment Authority

Yesterday evening the Warsaw Common Council met for its regular monthly meeting to discuss numerous topics including the establishment of the Warsaw Redevelopment Authority, approval of additional land appropriation for the Warsaw Municipal Airport and several vacation requests. Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer explained ordinance 2015-04-01 would establish a … Read More

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Winona Lake Preservation Association Annual Meeting

By JOY LOHSE Winona Lake Preservation Association Annual Meeting Winona Lake Preservation Association’s annual meeting is planned for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 21. The meeting location is City Hall, located at 102 S. Buffalo St., Warsaw. Current members and those interested in learning more about the association updates … Read More


Land Acquisition Grant In Hands Of FAA

Word on a land acquisition grant application by the Warsaw Municipal Airport with the Federal Aviation Association will be received in two to three weeks. The request is for a $534,600 grant from the FAA. The update was provided by Ken Ross, NGC Corporation, airport engineer, during the … Read More