LAGRANGE — Just like the rest of Indiana, health officials in LaGrange County are worried as they’ve watched coronavirus numbers steadily increase.
As cold weather sets in and the winter holidays are approaching, COVID-19 may be licking its lips in anticipation.
INDIANAPOLIS — As the threat to nursing homes from COVID-19 is coming into focus again while cases surge through Indiana, facilities in the four-county area have made up just a fraction of cases but a large percentage of deaths to date.
ANGOLA — It’s quite possible that about half of Steuben County’s voters who turnout for this year’s upcoming election will have cast a ballot before the polls open on Nov. 3, election day.
ANGOLA — Though the COVID-19 pandemic has eliminated large in-person events such as college fairs, high school students preparing to graduate and their families still need information about available options.
WOLF LAKE — It takes a lot of work, patience and time to restore ecosystems to what they once were. But that is no secret to Bill Minter, Merry Lea Environmental Center’s director of land management.
GARRETT — Garrett-Keyser-Butler School administrators cheered the completion of the first quarter of the school year, in which students have been meeting virtually, in class and through a hybrid model for the past nine weeks.
KENDALLVILLE — The Kendallville Board of Works agreed Tuesday morning to help a non-profit, The Crew Youth Center, to demolish an outbuilding on the center’s property at 529 S. Main St. The building is an eyesore and no longer insurable.
Alexis Kline is adding more color to Kendallville on the north side of Whatchamacakes at the corner of 201 S. Main St. and East William Street. She has done 12 murals here and in Chicago. Recently, she helped out with the Northeast Indiana Mural Fest. "I took part in the mural that was done …
INDIANAPOLIS — A Kendallville resident’s question took the spotlight Tuesday night in the second and final debate of candidates for Indiana governor.
AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department collected 330 pounds of food and $418 in donations during its drive-through flu shot clinic Oct. 16 at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds.