The Culver Town Council has taken steps to adopt an ordinance to establish park facility rental rates.
The Plymouth Board of Works is revisiting the issue of parking on Harrison Street. The stretch of Harrison between Michigan and Plum sees frequent truck and school bus traffic, leading the board of works back in April to ban parking from Michigan to the alley half a block to the west. Continue reading
The Indiana State Police Alliance political action committee has announced their endorsements heading into the 2016 general election.
The City of Plymouth is moving ahead with some cuts to next year’s budget. Last month, Clerk-Treasurer Jeanine Xaver told the Common Council the city would have to cut about $2 million from the proposed 2017 budget to avoid having to dip into cash reserves for day-to-day expenses. Now, after working with the city’s department heads, Xaver says the city’s been able to cut nearly $1.2 million of that. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council is moving forward with certain updates to its zoning ordinance, but is leaving the Plan Commission with a few questions still to answer.
1st Source Bank has issued a response after skimming devices were found on some of its ATMs. They’re designed to look like a regular card slot, but allow thieves to capture credit or bank card information. Earlier this month, Plymouth Police said they located a skimmer on a 1st Source ATM in the city. Continue reading
The Internal Revenue Service will be turning over the collection of certain overdue federal tax debts to private collection agencies. Starting this spring, the IRS will be assigning some accounts that it’s no longer working on itself to four private contractors: CBE Group of Cedar Falls, Iowa; Conserve of Fairport, New York; Performant of Livermore, California; and Pioneer of Horseheads, New York. Continue reading
Plymouth Police have arrested a man on Resisting charges following a Monday afternoon incident.
Another tax abatement is moving ahead in the City of Plymouth. Viking Paper Corporation plans to make $3.6 million in capital improvements, according to Viking Paper President Justin Mooter. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council intends to further discuss its zoning ordinance on Tuesday.
The Marshall County Recorder’s office continues to push a recently developed program to help veterans.
Faster Internet is now available at the Culver-Union Township Public Library. The library has completed its computer infrastructure upgrade project, which involved the replacement of most of the network switches, as well as the firewall. Continue reading
Students interested in attending college will have a few chances this week to learn more about Ancilla College. As part of Indiana College GO! Week, Ancilla enrollment counselors will be visiting several schools around the local area. Continue reading
Authorities in Marshall County say alcohol may have been a factor in a single-vehicle injury crash in Walkerton. It happened shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday on 1st Road east of Tamarack Road, according to officials with the Marshall County Police Department. Continue reading
Tax abatements will again be discussed when the Plymouth Common Council meets this evening. Earlier this month, the council passed a resolution declaring the planned Pretzels Inc. site to be within an Economic Revitalization Area. Continue reading
Opioid overdose deaths continue to take a large toll on the State of Indiana, but U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly says steps are being taken at the federal level to combat the problem. Continue reading
The Center at Donaldson will be hosting a “Meet the Candidates” night in October and they’re encouraging the public to participate.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly is hoping to protect veterans’ credit scores while making sure they get the proper health care. Continue reading
Early breast cancer detection is considered a key part of treatment, and an area medical group is looking to promote available resources.
The Kewanna Fall Festival continues today and tomorrow, with plenty of performances, contests, carnival rides, and food. Continue reading