PLYMOUTH — The final push is on for volunteers and donations for the Michigan Street viaduct beautification project in Plymouth.
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WARSAW -- On Wednesday, the Warsaw Police Department was notified of an alleged inappropriate relationship between a foreign exchange student from Denmark and a member of the host family in the city of Warsaw, Warsaw police Det. Sgt. Brad Kellar, public information officer, said in a news release.
PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth man facing charges of neglect for allegedly failing to feed his two sons and denying them access to the bathroom has agreed to plead guilty in connection with the case.
SOUTH BEND – Jaronna Groves, 22, of South Bend, was sentenced before United States District Court Judge Robert L. Miller, Jr. upon her plea of guilty to possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime and possessing with intent to distribute fentanyl, announced U.S. Attorn…
The 2019 Culver Community School Corporation retirees Kathy Hermanson, John Browder and Phyllis Napier were recognized for their years of service to the Culver Community School Corporation.
MISHAWAKA – The Indiana Department of Transportation announces that the State Road 331 (Capital Avenue) bridge over the St. Joseph River will close Monday, June 17, while crews set new beams on the northbound side of the bridge.
The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana forecasts that the winds will die down and the clouds should break yet Thursday evening.
NORTH JUDSON — Tomorrow begins the 2019 Mint Festival. This year, Mint Festival Music Chair Terry Young has scheduled six different bands to entertain festival goers. Here is the schedule:
KNOX – Three Walkerton siblings involved in a collision with a train nearly two years ago in Starke County are suing the county’s highway department, the train company and the Indiana Department of Transportation for their alleged negligence.
SULLIVAN – A joint criminal investigation between the Indiana State Police, Sullivan City Police Department, and the Sullivan County Prosecutor’s Office has led to the arrest of Norman L. Parnell, 50, of Sullivan, on three counts of Voyeurism, a Level 6 Felony, ISP said in a news release.
GARY -- A wrong-way driver Tuesday night hit another car head on sending three people to the hospital, according to the Indiana State Police.
LAWRENCEBURG -- This week, a Lawrenceburg couple was arrested on numerous charges related to the manufacturing, sale, and delivery of controlled substances after a steroid manufacturing laboratory was discovered inside their home in the Hidden Valley subdivision, the Indiana State Police sai…
PLYMOUTH – A 46-year-old Bourbon woman was being held on $50,000 cash bail late Wednesday in the Marshall County Jail on allegations she stole about $130,000 from her Argos employer.
BUNKER HILL – Monday, Indiana State Police Detective Wendell Beachy initiated an investigation, at the request of the Miami Correctional Facility, into the death of inmate Lannie Morgan, 70, of South Bend.
PLYMOUTH – Plymouth continues to be a pro-business community by cultivating a platform to support existing businesses through tax abatements.
PLYMOUTH — Tickets are on sale now for the second annual ‘Unmasking Domestic Violence’ masquerade gala. The event, including dinner and a silent auction will be held Saturday, July 27 at Christo’s Banquet Center. Tickets are $40 and need to be purchased in advance to accommodate catering. Pr…
The Marshall County Council approved the funding of a report that is the first step in county wide sewer district as part of their regular monthly meeting Monday, June 10.
North Judson -- Memorial Day parade ended at Pioneer cemetery led by Asst. Chief of Police Frank Thomas, North Judson-Wayne Township Volunteer Fire Department, American Legion and American Legion Auxiliary.
PLYMOUTH – Prosecutors say a Warsaw woman helped a Warsaw man – who was arrested after a brief standoff with police officers in mid-May near Tippecanoe – deal nearly two ounces of methamphetamine earlier this year.
PLYMOUTH – Organizers behind the effort to beautify the Michigan Street railroad viaduct are still seeking monetary donations and volunteers to help with the project.
Showers will move back into many areas tonight with locally heavy rainfall possible, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.Rain is also expected for the first half of Monday, the NWS predicts.
The stretch of dry weather we've had the last few days is expected to come to end on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.Shower and thunderstorm chances return to the area for Sunday into Monday, the NWS is predicting. Heavy rainfall is possible.
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CULVER — Saturday, June 8 a Scavenger Hunt beginning in the Town Park and ending with 175th birthday cupcakes at Lot No. 1 of the town’s original plat will mark the beginning of Culver’s 175th anniversary celebrations.
PLYMOUTH—Knights of Columbus is a Catholic all mens organization that was started in 1882 to help with financial support for widows and families as men didn't live as long back then.
PLYMOUTH — The Rees Project Committee has combined fun and funding to offer 2 benefit concerts Saturday, June 22. International Musician Andy Davis will be performing from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at River Park Square. Tickets are $10 each providing entry into one or both concerts at that price.
A proposed large-scale housing development on Plymouth’s northeast side got its preliminary approval at a meeting Tuesday – but it still must be approved by the city’s common council.
NAPPANEE—In under three months Brandie Yoder has been approached to run for District Two Common Council position — prayed over the matter — accepted the call — devised a campaign — and won the nomination during the May Republican Primary election.
Giovanni Pitzurra of Italy and Marie Ahrend of Germany are wrapping up their only year at Bremen High School, and are preparing to return to their home countries.
PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth woman was sentenced to six years in prison after she pleaded guilty to dealing drugs not far from a city elementary school and bilking thousands of dollars from an elderly woman.
- Final push is on for donations, volunteers for viaduct beautification project
- Miss Blueberry Festival Queen candidates visit Miller's
- Police: Warsaw woman arrested for inappropriate relationship with foreign exchange student
- Rockie auction football fundraiser coming up
- Plymouth man to plead guilty in connection with neglect case
- Midwest League All-Star Game and festivities to get underway
- South Bend woman gets 72 months for possession with intent to distribute Fentanyl, possession of a firearm
- Culver Community School Corporation recognizes retirees
- Bourbon woman arrested for allegedly stealing $130K from employer
- Walkerton siblings struck by train file lawsuit against Starke County Highway Department, railroad, INDOT
- Woman allegedly connected to Tippecanoe standoff suspect charged with dealing meth
- Lady Lions win state title
- Prosecutors: Plymouth couple left child as ‘collateral’ during drug deal
- Southern Indiana couple with secret room arrested for allegedly making steroids
- 3-time Bremen High School Teacher of the Year leaving for law school
- Plymouth woman gets 6 years for drug dealing, fraud
- Organizers still hoping for volunteers, donations for Plymouth viaduct beautification project
- Molest charges filed against Mishawaka man arrested by Bremen police