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Toy collection finds a new home at Wire & Steam, thanks...

Rarely do you see two competitors come together to support each other, but that was recently the case for Wire & Steam coffee shop on the east side of Warsaw and the B & B Courthouse Market in downtown Warsaw, which recently closed.

School board celebrates Hoffert’s ten years as superintendent

Warsaw Community Schools and its schools board celebrated Dr. David Hoffert’s 10-year anniversary as superintendent at its regularly scheduled board meeting Tuesday afternoon.

Pickleball widens its appeal as youth join others in giving it...

If you think the popularity of pickleball has maxed out, think again.

Larwill woman, 26, killed in US 30 accident

A Larwill woman was killed and two others injured in an accident on US 30 late Tuesday morning.

Danco Medical will add capacity in aluminum anodizing, deep image graphics

Danco Medical— part of Lincotek Group — has just inaugurated its new plant in Warsaw, Indiana, helping OEMs and manufacturing partners get their products to market faster than ever.

$182 million in energy efficiency discounts are coming to Indiana

By Leslie Bonilla Muñiz Indiana Capital Chronicle INDIANPOLIS — Struggling with your energy bills? Two forthcoming initiatives worth $182 million could offer Hoosier households up to $14,000...

Parker Stewart, with Alderfer Bergen & Co., graduates with masters degree

Parker Stewart, Planning Assistant at Alderfer Bergen & Co., has recently completed his Masters in Business Administration at Indiana Wesleyan University.

Christian group teaches public school students, sees their footprint is growing

An Ohio nonprofit that provides off-site Bible instruction to public school students during classroom hours says it will triple its programs in Indiana this fall after new legislation forced school districts to comply.

Downtown Warsaw YMCA with 24/7 access set to open Monday

The YMCA of Kosciusko County will open its newest facility — featuring 24/7 access — on Monday morning.

A sign of love? Proposal comes atop US 30 billboard

If Gina McCray hadn’t seen the signs before of what Dan Walcott was going to propose, she certainly did Friday.

Sales help propel Elliott’s beyond earlier challenges

Elliott’s Custom Trailers and Carts in Warsaw is celebrating its 20th anniversary this week.

Joy Carlson honored by Salvation Army

Joy Carlson was presented the Women’s Auxiliary Award of Excellence at the group’s annual luncheon on Monday, May 20.

Wagon Wheel announces interim leadership changes

The Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts has announced an interim leadership structure as it enters the 2024 summer season and approaches the organization’s 70th anniversary.

Silver Lake Days returns Friday and Saturday with a new-found energy

Silver Lake Days is back with a vengeance.

Construction update: Park Avenue plan pushed back

Staff Report WARSAW — The first phase of work on Park Avenue north of Center Street in Warsaw has been pushed back. Construction was set to...

Pina & Coconut offers tasty ‘Tingz’ from the Caribbean

Dudley Allen and his wife, Shevonie (pronounced Sha-ven-a), have re-entered the Warsaw restaurant scene with a new eatery on South Detroit Street.

Things that are broken, Part 1

As promised, I am taking a few weeks this summer to address some sports-related things that are broken and in need of immediate attention for those who can make those changes happen.