The Culver Town Council may soon be considering whether to punish property owners with repeated false fire alarm calls.
The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is looking to recruit teachers trained in the STEM fields.
Two human cases of West Nile Virus have prompted health officials in central Indiana to provide additional information to the public.
A partnership between Lilly Endowment and the Marshall County Community Foundation could bring up to $500,000 into the county. The goal of the Giving Indiana Funds for Tomorrow, or GIFT, initiative is to encourage and strengthen community foundations. Lilly Endowment’s GIFT VI fund will match up to $250,000 of contributions to the Community Fund. Continue reading
It’s Rail Safety Week in Indiana.
Between now and Saturday, agencies around the state will be working together to raise awareness about the dangers of railroad crossings and trespassing on railroad property. Continue reading
The largest earthquake drill in the Central United States is coming up in October, and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security wants you to take part. Continue reading
The Marshall County Blueberry Festival may still be over a week away, but you don’t have to wait to start planning for your visit. Continue reading
A head-on collision sends three people to the hospital. It happened just before 1 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 23 at the intersection of Michigan and Custer Drive. Continue reading
Today’s the first day of classes at Ancilla College. President Dr. Ken Zirkle says the school’s first residence hall means more students, Continue reading
The Plymouth City Council will consider an amendment to the downtown parking ordinance when they meet this evening. Businessman John O’Dell complained about parking enforcement at the city’s July 27th meeting. Continue reading
The Culver Town Council will be introducing an ordinance to better manage false fire alarms.
Tonight’s meeting – which was moved from Tuesday to Monday this week – will see an ordinance considered and discussed about controlling the number of false fire alarms.
If you plan to vote in November’s elections, you have until October 5 to register. Continue reading
Ancilla College’s first students to live on campus finished moving in yesterday. Continue reading
Marshall County Police will be conducting sobriety patrols and checkpoints around the clock for the next couple of weeks. It’s part of the the 2015 nationwide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. Continue reading
The latest work from Knox artist Mitch Markovitz commemorates a milestone for an area company. Continue reading
The Indiana Parks Alliance has donated funds that will allow more than students from 22 Indiana schools to learn more about the outdoors.
Kids may be back in school, but there’s still time to head to Indiana Beach Amusement Resort in Monticello. Continue reading
A pair of Marshall County men are facing burglary and theft charges in connection with several recent storage unit break-ins. Continue reading
Work to at least one sign in Plymouth welcoming visitors to the city has been completed.
The Plymouth Board of Works approved a sign to be placed in the roundabout at Michigan Road and Veteran’s Parkway earlier this year. The goal was to improve the look of the community while greeting those traveling to the area.
U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly says he will be supporting the proposed Iran nuclear agreement.
After playing things close to the vest for some time, Senator Donnelly said in a statement that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose a threat to the security of the United States.