The Indiana Department of Education recently announced that Claypool, Jefferson and Madison Elementary Schools are now certified in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM.)Read More
NORTH WEBSTER — The Tippecanoe-Chapman Regional Sewer District Board of Trustees has changed its meeting location for its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 11. The meeting will be held in the old courtroom on the second floor of the Kosciusko County Courthouse, 100 W. Center St., Warsaw.Read More
A Warsaw woman was arrested after allegedly stealing a gun and knife.Read More
The North Webster Lions Club regrettably announces the 75th Mermaid Festival scheduled for June 24–27, has been rescheduled for June 23–26, 2021.Read More
By Lasca Randels InkFreeNews WARSAW — A Columbia City man was arrested for allegedly stealing a moped. Shawn Richard Daniels, 37, Warsaw, is charged with theft, a level 6 felony. According to the affidavit of probable cause, on Oct. 21, 2019, a Warsaw Police officer responded to a … Read More
Discount Warehouse of Warsaw has for sale disposable 3-ply masks that provide some protection from dust, pollen, etc. Elastic earloop is easy to wear and comfortable on the ears. These are NOT N95 OR medical masks.Read More
A crash between a bicyclist and a car Thursday, May 7, sent a 10-year-old boy to the hospital.Read More
A Milford man will serve six months in jail pending his acceptance into work release after he and three juveniles broke into a nursing home.Read More
A Syracuse man is facing eight criminal charges after allegedly battering a woman and three minors.Read More
The Kosciusko County Alcohol and Tobacco Commission approved a new three-way permit for HopLore Brewing and renewed six permits for local businesses during a virtual meeting on Thursday, May 7.Read More
The annual Wawasee Property Owners Association family breakfast has been cancelled for 2020. The event was slated to be held Saturday, June 13, at Oakwood Resort.Read More
First responders, health care workers and the general public were all beneficiaries of a meal giveaway that started at noon Thursday, May 7.
As part of the “Syracuse Strong” initiative, the town’s chamber of commerce and several businesses teamed up to prepare a variety of healthy meals for distribution.
The Syracuse Redevelopment Commission had a busy morning, Thursday, May 7, as it met in executive session with members of the Syracuse Town Council, then held it’s own public meeting.Read More