PLYMOUTH -- Most folks won’t be spending too much to scare their neighbors, according to a recent Pilot News Group poll.
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In late September, Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that his office would no longer prosecute marijuana possession cases when it involves an ounce or less and the person is 18 or older. (The policy does not apply to persons under the age of 18. Cases involving trafficking or de…
PLYMOUTH -- Cameron Carter, manager at the local gaming hub Got Game? and son of owner, Stephen Carter, has a fond smile on his face as he opens up with, “We opened the shop up about three years ago. We were avid board game and card gamers ourselves. We played a lot up at a store awhile away…
CULVER — The ‘unsafe building’ located at 415 Lake Shore Drive in Culver was engulfed in flames Wednesday afternoon. Emergency responders and fire fighters from Culver, Leiter’s Ford, Monterey and Plymouth were on site to quench the fire and protect residents and onlookers. The Indiana State…
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Park Department, 1st Source Bank, and A & M Home Services are presenting the annual Haunted Grounds Wednesday, October 23 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event is free of charge and will be held at the Freyman Shelter which is located behind the tennis courts.
STARKE COUNTY – Nurse Practitioner Liz Moerman joins the staff at Knox Winamac Community Health Center (KWCHC). Prior to coming on KWCHC, Moerman did some of her clinicals at the health center. After graduating from South University, the health center offered her a job.
KNOX – A Starke County judge has turned down the plea agreement for a Knox woman charged with allegedly dealing methamphetamine while she worked at a town fast food restaurant.
SOUTH BEND – The St. Joseph Prosecutor’s Office has filed formal charges against a Hammond accused of driving drunk and causing a crash in Walkerton that left his wife dead.Prosecutors charged Thomas Grzywinski, 46, on Monday with causing death when operating a vehicle with a blood-alcohol c…
PLYMOUTH -- Representatives from PCSC presented a check for $1,244.75 to the Plymouth Blessings in a Backpack Thursday morning just outside the corporation’s administration building. Blessings in a Backpack is a program that provides meals for students in need to take home over the weekend, …
Editor's note: This is a continuation of the Sept. 26 article, which highlighted all of the winners of the Bremen Chamber of Commerce annual awards dinner. Jennings' entry was cut due to space.
RENSSELAER —- At about evening 5:40 p.m. Sunday, an Indiana State Trooper who was off duty saw a semi on I-65 that was smoking heavily from its rear axle that caught fire, said Sgt. Ann Wojas, Lowell Post spokespersson.
MARSHALL COUNTY — The voter registration deadline for the 2019 municipal election is Monday, Oct. 7. Voters can register in the Marshall County Clerk’s Office until 4 p.m. Monday when the office closes for the day. Voters have until midnight to register online with a valid Indiana State Driv…
CULVER — James Easterday, attorney of Easterday Houin, LLP, was the first presenter during the “Stories & Stones” walk sponsored by the Culver-Union Township Public Library on Sept. 21.
SOUTH BEND – A Hammond man was jailed Saturday on suspicion of allegedly driving drunk and causing a crash that left his wife dead in Walkerton shortly after midnight.
(Editor's note: Make sure to scroll through the entire article to see all of the candidates running opposed or unopposed for office in Marshall County municipalities.)
PLYMOUTH — The Plymouth Fire Department (PFD) Breast Cancer Awareness Drive 2019 is in full swing. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Sales from the 2019 shirts, cook books, and window clings will go to the Plymouth Fire Department American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Team 2020.
PLYMOUTH – Plymouth and county economic development officials will hold a trio of ribbon cuttings this weekend for a pair of projects in the city.
ETNA GREEN – First responders from Marshall, Kosciusko and Elkhart counties earlier this evening after a semi-tractor trailer were called to Kosciusko County C.R. 800 West north of C.R. 400 N.
ARGOS — Led by Dreama Richard, the Argos Dragons volleyball team will be hosting their third annual PINK fundraiser to raise money to raise awareness about and combat breast cancer. The fundraiser will be held during the home game scheduled for Thursday, October 3 starting at 6 p.m.
DONALDSON -- On a recent Friday at lunchtime, a stream of carts bearing crock pots flowed into Lindenwood Retreat and Conference Center for a tasting of seven different chilis. The reason: This year, The Center at Donaldson will have an entry in the 28th Annual Fulton County Chamber of Comme…
PLYMOUTH – An Akron woman was sentenced to 20 years in prison recently after she was discovered with about a half pound of methamphetamine in her purse in January 2018.The Marshall County Prosecutor’s Office charged Samantha R. Shepherd, 29, with conspiracy to deal meth, dealing meth and pos…
PLYMOUTH -- Chances for rain and embedded thunder are possible early Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth couple who sparked a Silver Alert after they were reported missing has been found safe, according to the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department.
BREMEN-- The Indiana State Corn Husking Contest, a tradition since 1926, will take place Oct. 5 near Bremen.
CULVER — Leaves are falling and festivals are calling. The Culver Fall Fest 2019 will be held the first weekend of October in Culver. Activities including a kids play area, food trucks and vendor booths are scheduled for Friday, October 4 through Sunday October 6. Festivities will be held fr…
SOUTH BEND – The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians’ Four Winds Casinos are pleased to announce that a high limit room opened at Four Winds Casino South Bend this week.
CULVER — The Culver Tree Commission met on Thursday, September 11. Members present were President Mike Stallings, Dick Brantingham, John Helphrey, Ruth Tamminga and Dennis Bottorff. Also attending was President of Culver Redevelopment Commission and Culver Town Council member Richard West.
BOURBON — After a colorful presentation that can only be described as "The Greatest Show," Whytnie Miller was named the 2020 Distinguished Young Woman of Triton on Saturday evening.
PLYMOUTH – A Marshall County jury found a Walkerton man guilty late Wednesday of aggravated battery and other charges for severely burning his girlfriend’s toddler son.
PLYMOUTH -- The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana predicts showers and storms for Saturday with a chance they linger into tonight and Sunday.
Singer and Songwriter, Steph Casey, from the Kapiti Coast of New Zealand will perform at the Wild Rose Moon Performing Art Center in Plymouth at 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28.
PLYMOUTH — The City of Plymouth is hosting an ‘End of Summer Bash’ Friday, September 27 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. MGB will be providing live, musical entertainment in River Park Square sponsored by Opie’s Deli and Fernbaugh’s Diamonds and Fine Jewelry. The event is free and open to the public.
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