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 receive the state Sagamore of the Wabash award, not everyone receives it directly...

This week is weird for sports

Simon and Garfunkel wrote a song and recorded their hit titled “The Sound of Silence” 60 years ago.

Third Friday theme will complement upcoming country concert

Warsaw Parks and Main Street Warsaw are coordinating events for what might be the biggest gathering in Central Park this year with the Country Concert for St. Jude — featuring Kimberly Perry.

Committee will focus on Miller Sunset Pavilion programming

Winona Lake took another step this week with the final approval of a committee that will oversee what’s happening at the Miller Sunset Pavilion.

WLFD expresses concern over proposed costly federal regulations

Winona Lake is joining other volunteer fire departments in speaking out against newly proposed federal regulations.

Banks bashes Biden on national TV

U.S. Rep. Jim Banks railed against President Joe Biden — calling him “an embarrassment” and “the weakest president in history” — during a primetime speech Tuesday at the 2024 Republican National Convention.

700 in North Webster still without power

NIPSCO continues to work to restore power in several areas in Kosciusko County and across northern Indiana after Tuesday morning's storm.

Lilly Center unveils podcast for lake lovers: Lake Doctor Podcast

The Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams, in collaboration with DreamOn Studios, has released the first three episodes in its new podcast.