Lakeland Regional Sewer District Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

NORTH WEBSTER — On Friday, July 21, the Lakeland Regional Sewer District reached a symbolic milestone with a ribbon cutting at its completed wastewater treatment facility, 5002 E. 100 N., south of the Barbee Lake chain it serves. The ceremony marked the culmination of a nine year process … Read More

IDOE Awards $50,000 Leesburg Elementary DLI Grant

WARSAW — The Indiana Department of Education has announced this week the grant recipients of the Indiana Dual Language Immersion Pilot Program. Leesburg Elementary has been selected to receive $50,000 in support of creation of a dual language program, which will be implemented in the 2018-2019 school year. … Read More

Kosciusko County To Receive $41,926,265 In Road Funding Throughout Next Five Years

KOSCIUSKO — The “NextLevel Indiana” plan from the Indiana Department of Transportation was announced earlier this week. Kosciusko County will be receiving an investment of $41,353,551 over the five years. The plan will resurface a total of 212 lane miles and rehabilitate or replace 11 bridges. The following are … Read More

Syracuse Town Hall

Syracuse BZA Approves Two Variances

SYRACUSE — Two variances were approved at the regular meeting of the Syracuse Board of Zoning Appeals Thursday, July 20. Wawasee Plaza LLC’s petition for a variance was approved after much discussion. It wants to allow the change and alteration to previously granted variances by allowing three additional … Read More

Signal at US 30, Center Street in Warsaw Disabled Friday Morning

KOSCIUSKO —  The Indiana Department of Transportation announces that contractors for NIPSCO plan to disable the traffic signal at the intersection of US 30 and Center Street in the City of Warsaw on Friday, July 21, between the hours of 9-11 a.m., weather permitting. Temporary stop signs will … Read More

Ivy Tech Community College Warsaw To Align With Ivy Tech Fort Wayne

WARSAW — As part of its organizational structure project, Ivy Tech Community College announced Ivy Tech Warsaw will transition to be part of Ivy Tech Fort Wayne’’s service area. Warsaw is currently aligned with the Ivy Tech North Central region, but the College recently announced a new structure … Read More

Roundabout At US 6 And SR 13 In Preliminary Design Phase

ELKHART COUNTY — A roundabout proposed for US 6 and SR 13, north of Syracuse, is now a planned project and has been placed in the five-year road construction plan, “NextLevel Indiana.” The project is currently in the preliminary design phase with construction to take place in 2020. … Read More

Sgt. Chad Hill Retires From Sheriff’s Department After 27 Years

KOSCIUSKO —  First Sergeant Chad Hill has retired after 27 years of service with the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department. The retirement was made effective Wednesday, July 19. Hill served as the public information officer and the communications director for the 911 center in Kosciusko County.  No further information regarding … Read More

Warsaw TCC And Wireless Zone Team Donating Backpacks To Children This Weekend

WARSAW — Round Room LLC, the nation’s largest Verizon Authorized Wireless Retailer, announced that its TCC and Wireless Zone stores are donating 172,000 backpacks full of school supplies to ensure children across the U.S. are well prepared for the start of the school year. The Warsaw store, located … Read More

scam alert

Attorney General Hill Warns Of Tech Support Scams Aimed At Hoosiers

INDIANA — Attorney General Curtis Hill is warning Hoosiers to beware of deceptive pop-up alerts on their computers claiming that their devices are infected with viruses and could be vulnerable to hackers. Individuals are being targeted through pop-up messages designed to resemble security alerts from legitimate computer manufacturers … Read More

Turkey Creek Sewer Pleased With Operations

Board member of the Turkey Creek Regional Sewer District were careful not to mince words during the monthly meeting held Monday evening, July 17. Although the board provided updates on the Syracuse Town billing process, the reversal study and pending litigation, representatives were careful to keep updates brief … Read More

Winona Lake Town Council Considers Vacation Of Portion of Hamiliton Boulevard

WINONA LAKE — During the Winona Lake Town Council meeting held Tuesday, July 18, a hearing was held on the vacation of a portion of Hamilton Boulevard. Attorney Stephen Snyder, speaking on behalf of Jean Galliers Trust, filed a motion for a vacation of a portion of Hamilton … Read More