Hamilton Parks and Recreation Department volunteer Phyllis Weaver, left, and Hamilton Town Manager Brent Shull present Tricia Baughman of Triton Metal Products with a plaque recognizing the company’s help in making this year’s fundraiser a success. Triton made around 20 flipflop cutouts that…

AUBURN — The Auburn Rotary Club will sponsor its 14th annual Wine and Beer Tasting on Oct. 26 from 6-9 p.m. at Bridgewater Golf Club in Auburn.

In conjunction with National Manufacturing Day, Triton Metal Products in Hamilton hosted the Educators to Industry Tour with the Steuben County Economic Development Corp. Attending Thursday were superintendents, teachers from local high schools, representatives from Trine University and Econ…

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum in Auburn has received a 1935 Chrysler Airflow donated by William T. Deibel of Seattle, Washington. The model has been on the museum’s wish list of more than 30 specific automobiles to add to its collection, a news release said. The streamlined Ai…

The Kendallville Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Knights Nutrition, located at 874 North Lima Road, with a ribbon cutting. Owner Lisa Alford is holding the scissors next to Mayor Suzanne Handshoe. Knights Nutrition offers more than 100 flavors for shakes, smoothies and tea bombs.

Lacy Gierhart, 9, of Rome City, peeks out of the mouth of her werewolf mask while trunk-or-treating Friday.

Eliza Randol, 3, of Rome City, opens up her bag in preparation of getting some more candy as she galloped through trunk-or-treat in her unicorn costume.

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LIGONIER — Going into the 2018 volleyball season, West Noble head coach Kaija Kauffman said she was looking for her team to click at some point in the year. That’s something she felt never happened in 2017 before the Chargers lost to Fairfield in the sectional semifinal.

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s football team finished the regular season in prime fashion Friday, downing Fairfield 62-8 on senior night.

With the curtains drawn on the regular season IHSAA football teams across the state, now prepare for the state tournament — the pinnacle of the fall sports season.

Launched in 2008, Airbnbs have become a favorite way to travel for some people. As a mom of two, I love renting a house with multiple bedrooms, a living room and a kitchen where we are free to have some privacy or cook a meal together. I also feel like you can get more of the character of th…

People wanting to step back into the 1800s will feel right at home at the D’Light House on Main Street in downtown Auburn. The home has a front-row seat to the annual Labor Day Auburn-Cord-Duesenberg festivities and is only a few steps from the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair’s midway at the en…

A judge evaluates barrows during the 4-H Swine Show on Tuesday at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds in Auburn. Judging of 4-H livestock entries took place all week in the Show Barn during the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair.

Mary Hartman of Auburn won the best-of-show ribbon in photography at the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair for “Gone, But Not Forgotten.” It depicts the late Louise Mountz at the age of 100. The photo was among the fair exhibits displayed inside Middaugh Hall in Auburn.

A crowd watches a draft horse team compete Thursday morning in the horse show arena at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds in Auburn. Approximately 20 heavyweight teams entered the third annual Indiana Fall Classic Draft Horse Pull during the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair.

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, the First United Methodist Church of Auburn and Auburn Church of the Nazarene combined for their annual Faith in Action projects Sunday, Sept. 16. Approximately 325 members fanned out across Auburn and Waterloo to participate in a variety of service work from 9 a.…