Warsaw News

Warsaw Housing Authority Begins New Study In Warsaw

WARSAW — In hopes to help receive future grants, Warsaw Housing Authority is conducting a Healthy Homes Study with assistance from IPFW nursing students. “We are a rural community and we have some people in this community that make more money than in other communities, said Pam Kennedy, … Read More

Union Street Will Be Right-Turn Only Northbound Onto Winona Avenue

WARSAW — After much discussion during the Warsaw Common Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 7, the board concurred with the decision made by the Warsaw Traffic Commission to make South Union Street a right-turn only northbound onto Winona Avenue. Warsaw Police Department Captain Kip Shuter, who is also … Read More

Warsaw Redevelopment Enters Agreement For Buffalo Street Project

WARSAW — An agreement was entered with the Indiana Regional Development Authority and the International Economic Development Council during the Warsaw Redevelopment Commission meeting held on Monday, Aug. 7. The agreement outlines the disbursement of project funds for the upcoming Buffalo Street project. Upon completion of Buffalo Street and the associated … Read More

Two WPD Officers Complete Probationary Year

WARSAW — Two Warsaw Police Department officers completed their probationary year and were promoted to full-time status. Mayor Joseph Thallemer administered the official oath of office to Jacob Metzger and Clayton Rieder at the board of works meeting held this morning, Aug. 4. Metzger is from the Silver … Read More

Common Council Hears Multiple Presentations

WARSAW — Six informational presentations were given during the Warsaw Common Council meeting held on Monday, July 17. These topics included a Lilly Center for Lakes and Streams update, the multi-hazard mitigation plan, a watershed grant presentation, downtown revitalization plan, stormwater utility quality management plan and sexually oriented … Read More

New Warsaw Transportation Department Opens After 2016 Fire

WARSAW — A year and a half after a fire destroyed the Warsaw Community School’s transportation department building, staff members finally have a new building to call home. A ribbon cutting was held at the new transportation building located on the same lot as the previous building, 310 East … Read More

Fair Board President Gearing Up For ‘Family-Friendly’ Fair

WARSAW — Randy Shepherd, fair board president, is in his second year in leadership and is excited for the changes at this year’s 101st annual Kosciusko County Community Fair. Shepherd, who joined the fair board in 2006, said the new changes are a reflection of what the community … Read More

KCCF Parade Will Roll Through Warsaw

WARSAW — Warsaw will come to life Sunday, July 9, as people cluster up on the sidewalks to catch a glimpse of the annual Kosciusko County Community Fair Parade as it weaves its way through town. Despite what the weather might be like, the parade will begin at … Read More

Goshert Elected New Sheriff

WARSAW — After five rounds of voting, William “Rocky” Goshert, who has been interim sheriff since May 23, was elected Kosciusko County Sheriff tonight at a caucus of Republican Precinct Committeemen. There were 65 of the 69 county precinct committeemen, five of whom were proxies, casting their votes. … Read More

Warsaw Common Council Hears Updates On Road Projects, Funds

WARSAW — There was no new or unfinished business discussed during the Warsaw Common Council meeting held on Monday, June 5. Instead, the meeting was used to hear an update on the road projects and funding provided with help from the 2016 Community Crossings Grant. Jeff Beeler, public … Read More

Warsaw Indiana Town Hall

Central TIF District Officially Expanded Without Former Marsh Location

WARSAW — The Warsaw Central TIF District was officially expanded during yesterday’s Redevelopment Commission Meeting. The expansion does not include the former Marsh location on Buffalo Street, which was previously proposed. The resolution was originally introduced May 1 by the Redevelopment Commission. The planning council and city council approved … Read More

BOW Approves Purchase Of Grapple Truck, Addresses Overnight Travel Concerns

WARSAW — During the Warsaw Board of Works meeting held this morning, May 22, the board approved the purchase of a new Grapple Truck and discussed concerns about an upcoming overnight travel request to Plymouth. The grapple truck will be used by the Street Department for loading yard … Read More

Central TIF District One Step Closer To Expansion

WARSAW — The Central TIF District in Warsaw is one step closer to its expansion after approval during last night’s Warsaw Common Council meeting. Warsaw Mayor Joesph Thallemer took time at the beginning of the meeting to say a few words about the passing of Kosciouscko County Council President … Read More

Warsaw Homeowner Works To Save Home From Demolition

  WARSAW — A Warsaw homeowner is making progress to save a residence from demolition. During a City of Warsaw Department of Code Enforcement meeting held on May 15, hearing officer Lawrence Clifford revisited previously discussed issues with homeowner Fabiola Duran’s property at 519 N. Park Avenue, Warsaw. … Read More

Central Development Expansion Now Includes Marsh Store Location

WARSAW — During a short meeting of the Warsaw Plan Commission on Monday, May 8, the board gave a favorable recommendation on the expansion of the Central TIF District, which now includes the Marsh store location. The current Central TIF district includes Buffalo, Canal, Indiana and Fort Wayne … Read More