INDIANAPOLIS — If a tenant at a rental skips town and bails on his or her utility bills, many cities and towns bill the landlord to collect.
KENDALLVILLE — On the heels of the announcement that Kendallville will be losing one day care center, Noble County is launching a new effort to discuss the availability of child care.
I’ve been involved with several arts organizations over the years. It’s not that I have any artistic talent — I can’t draw stick men. My chief talent seems to be spotting the talent in other people.
Rebecca J. Tourney of LaOtto graduated with a master of science degree in December from Grand Valley State University in Michigan. The university, founded in 1960 in Allendale, Mich., offers a liberal arts education.
William “Jay” Abbott, right, of Wolcottville served as a Senate page for state Sen. Sue Glick (R-LaGrange) for the third time. Abbott has been a page for Glick three times and attends Prairie Heights High School. Pages spend a day at the Indiana Statehouse touring the historic building, obse…
ANGOLA — With two of the heaviest drinking events of the year coming up in March — St. Patrick’s Day and the NCAA tournament — the reminder to drive sober or get pulled over comes back from the Tri-County Traffic Safety Partnership.
Because of incorrect information provided to The Star, a date in Friday’s story about Eckhart Public Library’s reopening was incorrect. The library cornerstone was laid in 1910.