The Floor Store & More in Downtown Plymouth is again getting help from the city to pay for some exterior work. The Plymouth Common Council Monday approved a Commercial Revitalization Rebate Program Grant for the property. Continue reading
Lynn Coleman’s campaign to unseat U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski has him venturing into some new territory. Continue reading
The Town of Culver is preparing to make sure they’re in compliance with a section of the Civil Rights Act.
During Tuesday night’s Culver Town Council meeting, a draft Title VI plan was considered. That section of federal law outlines non-discrimination compliance. The federal government also links funding to matching provisions at the local level.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Indiana State Department of Health is encouraging Hoosier women to undergo early detection techniques.
An Elkhart man is receiving medical treatment after a fall from a tree stand in Marshall County.
To what degree government units should be responsible for late fees assessed on their utility bills was debated during Monday’s Plymouth Common Council meeting. Continue reading
The Indiana State Department of Health is once again teaming up with other organizations to raise awareness of HIV. Continue reading
U.S. Attorney David Capp says his offices are providing resources for concerned citizens on Election Day.
The end of the calendar year is bringing reminders to maximize health care insurance options.
The Plymouth Common Council has approved a 2017 salary ordinance, but not before some more changes were made to it. Back in August, the council rejected an earlier proposal, amid concerns that the ordinance no longer reflected the $1,000 across-the-board raise requested by council members. Continue reading
Prospective college students have a chance to visit Ancilla College this week. The school is hosting an open house this Friday starting at noon EDT. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council will consider adoption of a Title VI plan at their meeting Tuesday night.
Marshall County authorities have taken a Plymouth man into custody after he allegedly crashed his car into a utility pole.
Early voting turnout continues to be strong ahead of next month’s General Election. As of Friday afternoon, 1,029 voters have cast ballots at the County Clerk’s Office. The number of mail-in ballots received was unavailable. Continue reading
Ancilla College is looking to the local community to help send students to college. The school is hosting its fourth annual Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner on Friday, November 11 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. EST at Swan Lake Resort. Continue reading
The Plymouth Common Council may finally adopt a 2017 salary ordinance when it meets this evening. The council rejected an earlier salary proposal back in August. Tonight, members are scheduled to consider a revised ordinance on second an third readings. Continue reading
Kankakee Valley Broadcasting has the perfect Christmas gift for the cook on your list. MAX 98.3 FM and sister stations, WKVI AM and FM are issuing an updated cookbook in time for the holidays. Continue reading
Students at Culver Elementary School may notice a tree missing from the school’s playground when they return from fall break Monday. Principal Erin Proskey told the school board this week the tree in the southwest corner of the playground has become a bit of a safety hazard. Continue reading
The American Heart Association has started a campaign to raise awareness of heart-related diseases.
Residents are getting some extra encouragement to do good deeds today. Today is National Make A Difference Day. Continue reading