SYRACUSE — Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence winner Oakwood Resort announced their beach area will host a Polar Plunge fundraiser. The Polar Plunge will take place Saturday, Jan. 26, 2019, with registration opening at 11:30 a.m. and the Plunge beginning at noon. The net proceeds from the event … Read More
MILFORD — Mark D. Hubbs, 56, North Webster, was flown to a Fort Wayne Hospital after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday evening. Hubbs suffered severe bleeding to the head. The accident occurred at 8:21 p.m. at CR 1300N and CR 300E, east of Milford. According to the Kosciusko County … Read More
SYRACUSE — Turkey Creek Township Advisory Board Monday, Aug. 13, awarded a $507,837 contract to Syracuse-based Milestone Construction for renovations to the territory’s two fire stations. The motion, passed unanimously, was contingent on final contract approval by Andrew Grossnickle, the township’s attorney, Fire Chief Mickey Scott and a representative … Read More
SYRACUSE — Turkey Creek Fire Board Monday, July 9, accepted a $492,364 bid from Milestone Construction of Syracuse, the lowest of three bidders, for renovation work on the territory’s two fire stations. The board approved $508,000 to cover a kitchen range and hood assembly not included in the … Read More
SYRACUSE — Syracuse Town Council used its last monthly meeting of the year Tuesday night, Dec. 19, to wrap up a variety of matters. Approved was the salary and compensation ordinance for town employees. A new parking ordinance affects the west side of North Harrison Street, the east … Read More
SYRACUSE — Syracuse Parks & Recreation Department is hosting Touch-A-Truck from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 6, at the Syracuse Community Center, North Long Drive. This hands-on event will provide kids with the opportunity to see, touch and explore their favorite big trucks, heavy equipment and emergency vehicles as well as interact with community support leaders who operate them.Read More
Turkey Creek Township attorney Andrew Grossnickle Monday, April 10, presented an updated list of renovations and improvements to Fire Stations 1 and 2 to the township board. The list included the original “punch list” generated last year when funds were appropriated, a list of additional items, comments from … Read More
SYRACUSE — Kellen M. McCarty, 33, Slippery Rock Road, Indianapolis, and Cynthia J. Wagner, 19, East CR 500N, North Webster, both complained of pain following a two-vehicle accident Friday, March 24. The accident was at 4:48 p.m. on South Huntington Street (SR 13), north of East Pickwick Drive, … Read More
SYRACUSE—For years it was the Syracuse Fire Department, operating with two separate budgets; one from the town and one with the township. Even the tax rate for those they served were different. There were three full-time firefighters and more than 25 volunteers responding to calls. In 2009, the department became Turkey Creek Fire Department, operating under one budget and governed by a fire territory board comprising of representatives from the town and township.Read More
NORTH WEBSTER — A 27-year-old North Webster man was extricated from his vehicle after a one-vehicle accident this morning on SR 13, at CR 850N, north of North Webster. The accident was at 8:31 a.m.Read More
Turkey Creek Fire Department responded to a chemical spill on Hatchery Road, Syracuse, at 6:06 p.m. Sunday evening, July 12.
According to fire officials, a property was being demolished by a private company after being condemned.
Update: At 1:32 p.m. Syracuse Police and Turkey Creek Fire Department confirmed it was a false trip on the fire alarm at Wawasee Middle School. Turkey Creek Fire Department is currently responding to a fire alarm at Wawasee Middle School. It has not yet been confirmed whether a fire … Read More
There will be no excuse to be bored with tons of Fourth of July activities occurring in Syracuse in the days leading up to the holiday, in addition to in the days following it. Expect of variety of activities, good eats and, of course, fireworks! Here is a … Read More
The annual Wawasee Property Owners Association and Syracuse Lake Association Family Breakfast is an opportunity for neighbors to meet neighbors, renew friendships, make new friends and learn about various non-profit organizations in the area. This year’s event was held Saturday morning at Oakwood Resort, Syracuse. Non-profit agencies such … Read More
Turkey Creek Fire Department had its busiest year in 2014, averaging nearly 3.5 emergency responses per day, according to a year-end report submitted at Monday’s fire board meeting. The department handled 200 fire and 1,057 EMS runs during the year, with fire calls peaking in August and September. … Read More