AUBURN — The United Way of DeKalb County will host its Power of the Purse Sip & See Tea Party on Friday, April 17, at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.

When it comes to knocking back a few brews, a glass of wine or hitting shots, Indiana is just your average drinker compared to other states.

Brad Graden, left, executive director of the County Foundation of Noble County, presents a grant check for $1,500 to Amy Hanna, executive director and founder of RespectTeam. The grant will assist RespectTeam in providing 2019-2020 programming for middle school and high school students to av…

Brad Graden, left, executive director of the Community Foundation of Noble County, presents a grant check of $7,000 to Greg Eash, treasurer of Kimmell Baseball and Softball Inc., to assist with the renovation project at the Kimmell ballpark. Plans are underway to upgrade the restrooms and bu…

Emily Schneider, left, director of the Noble County Convention & Visitors Bureau, accepts a grant check of $15,000 from Brad Graden, executive director of the Community Foundation of Noble County. The grant will be used for the Destination Noble County project to buy street pole banners …

AUBURN — After serving DeKalb County and the surrounding communities for nearly two years, the Northern Indiana Grandparents and Caregivers Support Group has seen as many as 10 people attend its monthly meetings.

ANGOLA — Change is coming to Steuben County Community Foundation grant guidelines, with the goal of helping local nonprofits continue to dream big.

State Sen. Dennis Kruse, R-Auburn, at podium, honors the USS Indianapolis naval ship and its members this week in the Senate chamber at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. The USS Indianapolis was commissioned for service on Oct. 26, 2019, at a ceremony in northern Indiana. Over the next year, c…

A story in Thursday’s edition, reporting on the number of women appointed to Auburn boards and commissions, overlooked one woman who serves on the Auburn Parks and Recreation Board.

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SYRACUSE — Farmers, FFA members, garden clubs and others interested in gardening are invited to a free workshop, “Gardening in the Face of a Changing Climate,” on Saturday, Feb. 8, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Oakwood Resort Inn, Syracuse. No registration is required.

Pokagon holding First Day hike Wednesday

Unless you’re a regular Aldi shopper, where you either bring your own bags or pay for paper or plastic, chances are you bring home your fair share of plastic bags each week.

Fremont inviting band alumni to play

KENDALLVILLE — Volunteers from The Arc Noble County Foundations have come almost every week since May to help and volunteer at the Community Learning Center, housed in the historic Kendallville school that is being renovated for use by people of all ages and from all walks of life.

Nevada Mills UMC holding Christmas program