Debt limit agreement reached, still requires Congressional vote

An “agreement in principle” between President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy would raise the nation’s legal debt ceiling, but now Congress has only days to approve a package that includes spending cuts and would avert a potentially disastrous U.S. default.

Warsaw police seek info on BB gun vandals

Warsaw Police are investigating multiple cases of criminal mischief involving car windows shot out or damaged by BB guns in Warsaw and surrounding areas.  

Limitless Park kicks off summer with opening day party

The last day of school for many area children was Friday, and many of them ended up at the Winona Lake Limitless Park for the opening day party.

Bluegrass band kicks off summer concert series tonight in Warsaw

Warsaw’s Summer Concert Series kicks off tonight with a bluegrass band.

Habitat for Humanity applications available beginning June 5

Kosciusko County residents can apply for a Habitat for Humanity's Homeownership Program beginning Monday, June 5.

Winona Lake cuts ribbon on four new pickleball courts

No matter how many pickleball courts are built, players are still asking for more.

Lt. Gov. Crouch celebrates reading awards in North Webster

Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch stopped by North Webster Elementary School Thursday morning to not only talk about the importance of reading, but also to present some awards.

Meeting will highlight mental health awareness in Warsaw

The Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory CARES Program will partner with the National Alliance on Mental Illness to bring "NAMI In Our Own Voice" to Warsaw.

Bike Fest results announced

Below are the results from the 2023 Fat & Skinny Bike Fest:

Foundation grant benefits athletic programs at WCHS

The Kosciusko County Community Foundation has awarded three grants in the amount of $500.00 each to assist financially needy students at Warsaw Community High School.

Grace announces summer camp details

Grace College & Seminary has announced details for its upcoming summer camps.

It wasn’t for nothing

I grew up in a patriotic America and I am unashamedly patriotic.

Kosciusko County channels CDBG money to three towns

Kosciusko County officials on Tuesday determined how they want to use $1 million in federal Community Development Block Grants – known simply as CDBG.

Kosciusko County turns to ARPA for $2.4M for Justice Building interior...

Kosciusko County officials spent part of Tuesday afternoon reviewing proposals to determine how to use the remaining money from President Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act.

Spring concerts Wednesday and Thursday at Warsaw PAC

The Warsaw Community High School Bands will present their annual Spring Band Concert on Wednesday, May 24 at 7 p.m.. in the Warsaw High School Performing Arts Center.

Tonight’s work on Market Street begins a month of roadwork in...

Road improvement season arrives in Warsaw Wednesday night on the stretch of Market Street that passes through the downtown.

‘Permanant supportive housing’ complex planned near Valley Forge Apartments

A nonprofit group plans to construct a permanent supportive housing apartment complex – the first of its kind in Warsaw – that serves people trying to pull themselves out of homelessness.

Warsaw BZA OKs variance for potential restaurant space

If a restaurant is looking to locate along Argonne Road, there’s now a potential space for it.

INDOT hosting meetings for U.S. 30, U.S. 31 corridors

he Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is hosting seven public information meetings as it continues the Planning and Environment Linkages (PEL) studies along the U.S. 30 and U.S. 31 corridors.

Lilly Center releases summer events calendar

The Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams invites you to participate in some of the unique, educational programs scheduled this summer.