A Bremen woman is facing multiple charges following a Friday night incident in Plymouth.
This weekend marks the 50th Marshall County Blueberry Festival. Festival Coordinator Sherrie Martin has been to almost all of them. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council will convene for a pair of meetings on Tuesday.
November’s General Election is bringing a slew of candidates running for school board in Marshall County.
The City of Plymouth is hoping to preserve some of the historic street lighting on the city’s east side. Continue reading
Heavy rains from last week are prompting Governor Mike Pence to request federal disaster loans for portions of Northern Indiana.
The Plymouth Board of Works received an update Monday on a few projects taking place in the city. Utility Superintendent Donnie Davidson says contracts have been signed with Kokosing Industrial, the contractor selected to carry out upgrades to the city’s Wastewater Treatment Plant. Continue reading
Bremen is the latest community in Marshall County to receive official certification into Indiana’s Main Street Program.
Summer may be entering its final weeks, but mosquito season continues. So far this year, 92 mosquito batches have tested positive for West Nile Virus, including two in Starke County and three in St. Joseph County. Continue reading
The state of Indiana launched INbiz earlier this year, but now additional services can be accessed through the site.
A pair of South Bend men are jailed on drug charges in Marshall County following an early morning traffic stop on U.S. 31 near U.S. 30. Continue reading
Indiana State Police will hold a dedication on Saturday in Porter County to honor a man killed while on duty near Plymouth.
The Town of Culver is prepared to move forward with some technical assistance for its water and wastewater utilities.
The community was approached by the Alliance of Indiana Rural Water out of Franklin, Indiana at their Tuesday meeting to discuss data point monitoring. Culver recently upgraded its facilities and implemented a utility rate increase to help pay for the upgrades.
Marshall County’s unemployment rate continues to drop. The county’s July rate was 3.6 percent, according to the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. That’s a decline of 0.3 percent from the same period last year and a 0.2-percent decline from June 2016. Continue reading
The jury trial in the case of Shane Weedling is still on schedule following a status hearing Thursday in Marshall County Superior Court 1.
The Plymouth Common Council is being told to cut $2 million from the city’s proposed 2017 budget. Council members took a look at the budget during a work session Monday. Continue reading
The Town of Culver has agreed to sign a contract with Marshall County to provide dispatch services to the community.
It was decided earlier this year that Marshall County would share the cost burden with its local communities and Townships given the cost of new equipment. A board has been formed to oversee the centralized dispatch service and determine its usage and cost sharing methods.
Gov. Mike Pence is scheduled to tour tornado-ravaged areas of central Indiana today. In Kokomo, 10 to 15 minor injuries have been reported, and 15 homes and several businesses were damaged. Continue reading
The best way to help victims of the natural disasters like the Kokomo tornadoes or the catastrophic Baton Rouge flooding is to contribute financially to a reputable charity. The American Red Cross estimates flood recovery efforts will cost nearly $30 million. As of Monday they had only received $7.8 million in donations and pledges. Red Cross volunteers are already in central Indiana providing emergency services in the aftermath of yesterday’s tornadoes.
Community Crossings Funds were announced for Northern Indiana on Wednesday and Marshall County has walked away with several communities among the recipients.