Brian Smith doesn’t live in the Warsaw city limits, but he had a lot of questions Monday for the Redevelopment Commission about the city’s subleasing of the West Hill Development third shell building.
A new locally-owned, family-style pizza place is on the verge of opening in downtown Warsaw.
Kosciusko County Circuit Court Judge Michael Reed is retiring, and a longtime local attorney is stepping up to run for his position.
After an 0-2 start, the Tippecanoe Valley Boys Basketball team was itching for their first win of the season.
Chris Cage has begun his weeklong Daily marathon telecast for Toys For Tots and is hoping you make it worth his while (and everyone’s) as he endeavors through five days of 12-hour shifts at the Meijer supermarket parking lot in Warsaw.
Road closures that are part of the NIPSCO pole replacement project include three areas for Monday.
Wheels on Fire – Cancer Crusaders presented checks of $34,000 each to the Fulton County Cancer Fund under the Northern Indiana Community Fund and to the Cancer Care Fund of Kosciusko County.
In their Santa Claus-red fire trucks Saturday morning, firefighters from all across Kosciusko County delivered boxes and bags of toys to the Toys for Tots toy drive at Martin’s Super Market in Warsaw.
A Warsaw man is in custody after police say he led them on a chase across state lines in a stolen police car on Friday afternoon.
An 18-year-old from Middlebury is dead after police say he crashed his truck early Sunday morning on the Indiana Toll Road.
Melissa Boggs has announced her intentions to run for clerk of the court in Kosciusko County.
Cause of a fire that quickly destroyed a mobile home on the south side of Pierceton Saturday night is still under investigation.
Defense wins championships, or so the saying goes.
A confinement officer was arrested on sexual battery charges earlier this week.
Winona Lake will offer two free kid-friendly events on Saturday.
Kosciusko County’s Health Officer — Dr. William Remington — is stepping down after nearly 30 years of public service.
Due to weather, Main Street Warsaw has decided to hold off on the lighting of the new Christmas tree and other holiday activities outside the Kosciusko County Courthouse originally planned for tonight.