Four people were taken to the hospital and one man was taken to jail after a Saturday night crash on U.S. 6. Marshall County Police say it happened just before 7:30 at Beech Road.
Visitors to the City of Plymouth will soon have some help finding their way around. The city is working with North American Signs to add wayfinding signage along Michigan Street, Oak Drive, Jefferson Street, and other heavily-trafficked areas.
Water and sewer infrastructure for Culver’s Sand Hill Farms workforce housing development will cost an estimated $400,000. That’s according to Mark Sullivan with Midwestern Engineers. He met with the town council Tuesday to give an update on the project.
The Plymouth Board of Works has voted to let a local business use a couple spaces in a city parking lot. Emanuel Reese, owner of Reese’s Family Ribs, asked to use the spaces for barbecue grills.
Today’s the last day on the job for Plymouth Airport Manager Dave Lattimer. He’s retiring after seven years on the job.
Culver’s former movie theater may soon be purchased by the town, but more research needs to be done before any decisions are made.
A Plymouth gas station was damaged Thursday morning when police say a car crashed into it. Plymouth Police responded to the Family Express at 1351 South Michigan Street at around 8:41 a.m.
A two-truck crash on U.S. 30 Thursday morning sent one truck driver to the hospital. Plymouth Police say it happened around 5:08 near Pioneer Drive.
U.S. 30 is likely to be upgraded to freeway standards in the next 10 years, so now’s the time for local residents to get together and offer their input. That’s what a consultant working with the statewide U.S. 30 Coalition told residents during an informational meeting Wednesday in Hamlet.
Three people were taken to hospitals after a rollover crash on State Road 17 Wednesday. Marshall County Police say it happened around 5:15 p.m. north of 20 A Road. A 2006 Monte Carlo driven by Justin Orangias, 30, of Culver was heading northbound, when Orangias apparently tried to pass another vehicle.
Argos Community Schools is moving ahead with some building renovations and other capital projects. Last week, the school board approved a resolution to issue $2 million in bonds, according to Interim Superintendent Dr. Robert Boyd.
The City of Plymouth is a step closer to getting state funding for street improvements. An updated pavement asset management plan was approved by the board of works Monday.
Plymouth Police officers are a step closer to getting a raise, but not without some concerns from city council members. An updated salary ordinance was introduced to the city council Monday by City Attorney Sean Surrisi. Continue reading
Argos Community Schools may soon have an elected school board.
Plans for road maintenance in the City of Plymouth will be considered during tonight’s board of works meeting. Earlier this month, City Engineer Rick Gaul gave board members a preliminary version of a pavement asset management plan. Tonight, he’ll present the final plan for 2017, as well as a five-year plan.
Marshall County residents had another chance to weigh in on a proposed tax hike Thursday. Back in April, the county commissioners voted to reestablish the Cumulative Capital Development Fund at its maximum rate. But the Department of Local Government Finance held a public hearing of its own Thursday, after residents appealed the decision.
The Plymouth City Building renovation is another step closer to getting underway. A lease agreement was approved this week by both the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission and a newly-organized Redevelopment Authority, according to Clerk-Treasurer Jeanine Xaver.
A proposal to add J-turn intersections to U.S. 31 drew an overflow crowd to the Argos Town Hall Tuesday. Officials with the Indiana Department of Transportation say that adding J-turn intersections at State Road 10 and State Road 110 would significantly improve safety.
As the Fourth of July approaches, so does the season for firework-related injuries, according to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security. Last year, over 70 percent of firework-related injuries occurred during the first week of July.