A Saturday night traffic stop for speeding on U.S. 30 at Iris Road in Plymouth led to the arrests of two men on drug charges. Continue reading
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.
The Marshall County Commissioners will hold two public hearings on Monday, July 3 to hear comments on the new fee schedule for the health department and a well ordinance. Continue reading
The Plymouth Community School Board announced that Plymouth High School was the only Marshall County school to receive the Indiana Department of Education’s Advanced Placement Award. Continue reading
Hoosiers can now view county and state birth and death data on a new interactive data website. Continue reading
The Marshall County Commissioners are looking for more members to sit on the Shady Rest Home Committee. The commissioners decided to form a committee to determine what uses could fill the Shady Rest Home facility once it is handed back to the county on Aug. 1. The Bowen Center made the decision to cease operations there after some of the new regulations didn’t fit the facility’s needs.
The summer months of July and August have the highest rates of residential burglaries, according to the Insurance Information Institute. That’s because burglars see summer as a time to target empty homes while families are away on vacation. Continue reading
Summer has officially arrived, and Indiana American Water encourages anyone taking part in outdoor activities to stay adequately hydrated. Continue reading
A pair of back-to-back crashes on U.S. 6 at King Road Thursday afternoon sent a Bremen woman to a South Bend hospital after her eastbound car was struck by both a tanker truck and a passenger car. Continue reading
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.
Officers from the Plymouth Police Department took part in a recent Operation Pull Over enforcement blitz. From May 14 through June 4, law enforcement agencies from across the state participated in the effort aimed at improving motorist safety. Continue reading
The Plymouth Police Department is seeking the public’s help to solve a business break-in. Continue reading
A 41-year-old Plymouth man faces charges of credit card fraud and theft following an investigation by the Plymouth Police Department. Continue reading
Funeral arrangements are set for the two teenagers killed Monday in a multiple-vehicle crash on U.S. 30 in Kosciusko County.
Investigators there say a 2004 Mitsubishi driven by 17-year-old Kirsten Ganshorn of Walkerton was passing a 2011 Ford F150 and clipped it. The impact sent both vehicles into the median. The pickup truck driver steered back onto the roadway, but Ganshorn’s car spun out, crossed the median backwards and hit the front of a 2007 Chevrolet flatbed truck. Continue reading
The Marshall County Commissioners and Highway Supervisor Jason Peters have been working on prioritizing projects to submit for INDOT’s Community Crossings Grant. Continue reading
As part of the Culver Lions Club’s participation in the 100th Anniversary of the International Lions Club Convention, the organization is collecting new white tube socks to distribute to those who are homeless.
The distribution will take place during the convention in Chicago.
State officials have confirmed the first cases of the West Nile Virus in Indiana. As the mosquito season progresses, the state is urging citizens to take preventive action against the virus. Continue reading
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and the National Weather Service have partnered to celebrate Lightning Safety Awareness Week in the state, June 18-24. The week is designed to have Hoosiers have a better understanding of the dangers of lightning. Continue reading
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.