Blood Drives coming to Warsaw, North Webster and Bourbon

American Red Cross has announced upcoming blood drives in Warsaw, North Webster and Bourbon.

Warsaw Community Schools Make-Up Days

Warsaw Community Schools has announced their snow make-up days. School will be in session on Friday, March 20, Monday, May 11, and Monday, May...

Summer Concert Series: Jus’ta Band

FREE! Kick off your weekend the right way by relaxing with the Summer Concert Series. A perfect opportunity to spend time with the family, enjoy...

Traffic Commission Takes No Action On Two Citizens’ Requests

TIMES UNION REPORTS - Warsaw Traffic Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to take no action on two separate citizen requests originally brought to them July...

Counterfeit $100 bills appear at Warsaw businesses

Counterfeit money is making the rounds in Warsaw. In fact, the money itself actually tells you it's phony with messages on the left or right...

Sheriff Smith Lauded for proposing and accepting salary lower than predecessor

Sheriff Jim Smith won applause from Kosciusko County Council Thursday after following through on a campaign pledge to accept a lower salary.

Center Lake Pavilion renovation contract approved at Friday Board of Works meeting

Center Lake Pavilion will be undergoing a face lift this year. The Warsaw Board of Works approved a contract from Design Collaborative in Fort Wayne...

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.

CCS Seeking Donations For Tools For School

Without generous donations from local residents, businesses and organizations, Combined Community Services’ Tools For School program can’t provide Kosciusko...

Additional testing ordered on hazardous train derailment waste coming to Indiana

Indiana will contract with an outside laboratory to conduct “rigorous” testing of the hazardous materials that are already being shipped from the East Palestine train derailment to an Indiana facility, Gov. Eric Holcomb said Thursday.