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Officer’s grandmother becomes an officer for a day

Patricia Strombeck, grandmother of Warsaw Officer Chris Francis, took her oath of office joining the Warsaw Police Department Thursday morning in a private ceremony at City Hall.

US economic growth increased last quarter 2.8%

The nation’s economy accelerated last quarter at a strong 2.8% annual pace, with consumers and businesses helping drive growth despite the pressure of continually high interest rates.

Shoreline grant program available on four lakes

The Healthy Shorelines Initiative Grant program is available this year to residents of Center, Chapman, Pike, and Winona lakes.

OrthoWorx CEO Named to IBJ’s 250 List for 2nd Consecutive Year

Bob Vitoux, president and CEO of OrthoWorx, has been named to the Indianapolis Business Journal’s Indiana 250 list for the second consecutive year.

State set to begin using cameras in construction zones

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) will begin piloting camera speed limit enforcement in Hoosier highway construction zones next month, the agency announced Wednesday.

City’s investment in shopping center applauded amid revival

City Council President Jack Wilhite is one of several people applauding the city’s decision to use $1.2 million two years ago to help financially revive MarketPlace of  Warsaw shopping center.

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Bealls’ announcement adds to revival at Warsaw shopping center

Three years ago, Marketplace of Warsaw was nearly empty and city officials were wondering if it would even remain open.

OrthoWorx, iXplore partner on student program

OrthoWorx has announced it has been awarded a grant from the Don Wood Foundation to educate middle school and high school students about careers in manufacturing and entrepreneurship.

Paddle boarding and canoeing event Wedesday at Pike Lake

Warsaw Parks and Recreation will host a Community Paddle Boarding & Canoeing event on Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Pike Lake.

Short stretch of US 6 to close east of SR 15

Part of U.S. 6  east of SR 15 will be closed for about a week for railroad crossing construction.

Helser stepping down as Kosciusko County auditor

First-term Kosciusko County Auditor Rhonda Helser's resignation was announced on Monday, citing “personal reasons” in an interview with the Times-Union.

Park Avenue project moving slower than expected in Warsaw

The two-phase construction project on Park Avenue in Warsaw is progressing slower than expected.

Rockford shifts national ski championship to Warsaw

Kosciusko County is expected to see a burst of some unexpected economic activity during the second week of August. 

Political parties react to Biden withdrawing from presidential race

Two party leaders in Kosciusko County are reacting to the historic decision by President Joe Biden to step aside from running for re-election, which has set the stage for Vice President Kamala Harris to step into the race against Republican Donald Trump.

Holcomb headed to Australia

Gov. Eric Holcomb will take another international economic development trip this summer — this time to Australia and Singapore.

Bowen Center now offers 24/7 crisis service in Pierceton

Bowen Center unveiled its new crisis receiving and stabilization unit in Pierceton on Thursday.

Allebach honored by governor, says he’s dealing with health issues

By Dan Spalding News Now Warsaw WINONA LAKE — While many community leaders receiv