Curbside Offers A Different Lunch Atmosphere

WARSAW — Nestled next the old train depot off of Lake Street in downtown Warsaw sits a small trailer that is serving up large flavor all summer long. Curbside is back to offering gourmet street food from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Gabriel and Kammi Rager originally … Read More

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Lake Wawasee Boat-In Services Launch May 29

The first of the 2016 boat-in services on Lake Wawasee at the Oakwood Hotel will take place 8:30 a.m. Sunday, May 29. This year’s theme is “Taste and See that the Lord is Good.” Janet Norris from South Bend will provide the worship music. Different musical artists will … Read More

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Syracuse Lions to Hold White Cane Day

The Syracuse Lions Club will hold its semi-annual White Cane Day Fundraiser Saturday, May 28.  Proceeds will help to fund vision related programs and community service projects supported by the local club. Syracuse Lions, wearing yellow vests, will be located at the Syracuse Newmarket from 7:30 a.m. to … Read More

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Closures Due To Milford Fest

MILFORD — Milford Police Department has announced the following streets will be closed in the town for Milford Fest and will remain closed until Sunday, May 30. Thursday, May 26, North Main Street from Catherine Street to Emeline Street. Friday, May 27, Main Street from Catherine Street to … Read More

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Indiana State Police #BuckledWithISP Seat Belt Campaign

INDIANA — Do you always wear your seat belt? Do you wear it every time you’re in a vehicle, regardless of how far you have to travel? Prove it. The Indiana State Police is joining a national social media seat belt awareness campaign. ISP would love to see … Read More

City of Warsaw

Warsaw’s Spring Unlimited Parking Day Rescheduled

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Development Corporation (WCDC) and the City of Warsaw had designated May 26  as the Spring Unlimited Parking Day in downtown Warsaw, however, due to the rain approaching Warsaw tomorrow, this event has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 2. All who are employed in the downtown … Read More

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GWMA ‘Honor & Remember’ Supplies Flag For Downtown

WARSAW —The Greater Warsaw Ministerial Association (GWMA) raised support for the flags to be displayed in downtown Warsaw from Memorial Day to Veteran’s Day. This year’s flag will alternate the U.S. and Indiana flags to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of Statehood of the Hoosier State. The City of … Read More


First Free Concert in Warsaw This Weekend

WARSAW — The city of Warsaw Parks and Recreation Department will kick off the first free concert at the Central Park Plaza Friday, May 27 at 7 p.m. Don’t miss out on High Life for some contemporary jazz, rhythm & blues. The band starts playing at 7 p.m. … Read More

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Obama To Visit Elkhart County Next Week

ELKHART COUNTY — Last night, Tuesday, May 24, The White House announced that President Obama will be visiting Elkhart on Wednesday, June 1. Elkhart was one of Obama’s first visits during his presidency, just three weeks into his first term. The email read, “It was the first city … Read More


Art In Action: Spring Garden Sculptures

By DARLA MCCAMMON Lakeland Art Association Gardens receive much focus in the spring.  In the 1900s wealthy Americans hired landscape architects, a new term at the time, to design their country estates.  The Olmsted Brothers developed quite a reputation for their work in designing these gardens.  The brothers … Read More

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Variance Granted At Board Of Zoning Appeals

WARSAW — The Warsaw Board of Zoning Appeals met at 7 p.m. Monday, May 23, in order to discuss a requested variance for a vacant building at the corner of Pope and McClellan streets. A variance is a exception to zoning laws that can be granted by the … Read More

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Railroad Derailment in South Whitley

SOUTH WHITLEY — Around 10:30 p.m. on Monday, May 23, an estimated 15-car freight train derailed in South Whitley. The derailment happened around North Main Street and Pennsylvania Avenue with some of the cars ending up in the back property of Whitley Manufacturing. Around 9 a.m. Tuesday morning, crews were … Read More


Cage And Coyote Golf 103 Holes Fore AWL

PIERCETON — Chris Cage and Coyote Underwood, disc jockeys from radio station Willie 103.5,  will be helping the Animal Welfare League raise funds for their proposed new facility on June 14.  The event will take place at Stonehenge Golf Course beginning at 7 a.m.  Pledges are being accepted … Read More

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DNR Stocks Larger Muskies In Lake Webster

NORTH WEBSTER — Responding to a decline in muskie fishing at Lake Webster, the Department of Natural Resources is modifying its muskie stocking program at the popular lake in northern Indiana. On May 19, biologists released 1,500 muskies into Lake Webster that were 12-14 inches long. Normally, the … Read More


Mancuso Says Indiana Is Not A Police State

WARSAW — Barry Mancuso, of the South Bend/Mishawaka area, was in Warsaw visiting his sister, Thursday, May 19. They were walking around the courthouse lawn when he was stopped by 12 local law enforcement officers. Mancuso decided to visit his sister, who lives in Warsaw, so he began … Read More