LAGRANGE — Making good on a promise to enforce the county’s COVID-19 rules more strictly, LaGrange County’s health department will be investigating complaints made against businesses where workers have claimed companies are telling employees to not get tested or report to work even if they’re ill.
LAGRANGE —The men and women who drive the local LCAT vans and buses will be a little safer now thanks to a grant from the LaGrange County Community Foundation.
AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Friday reported four deaths of county residents who were positive for the coronavirus and 48 new cases of COVID-19 in county residents.
INDIANAPOLIS — No new deaths were reported in the four-county area in Friday’s statewide COVID-19 report, a rarity recently as the region has seen numerous deaths over the last month and a half.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two DeKalb County nursing homes continue to have a handful of new cases being reported, but outbreaks at long-term care facilities across the four-county region appear to have calmed.
FORT WAYNE — Second quarter employment and wage data for northeast Indiana shows just how the region was impacted by the shutdown imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
INDIANAPOLIS — Good news for people going stir-crazy on quarantine — new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines will allow some people to get back to their normal life quicker if they’re not symptomatic.
Santa Claus is making a visit to Jimmy John’s in Country Fair Shopping Center for drive-through visits with children on Saturday from 5:30-8 p.m. People are asked to keep all inside their vehicles in order to ensure safety from the coronavirus. “We will have our elves help with traffic and p…
INDIANAPOLIS — One county is a little better, one county is a little worse and two are unchanged in this week’s COVID-19 county metrics ratings from the Indiana State Department of Health.
ANGOLA — As a board member at the Hispanic Leadership Coalition of Northeast Indiana (HLCNI), Nikolaos Rivera has seen the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on northeast Indiana’s Hispanic and Latino communities.
ANGOLA — Steuben County hit a new weekly high for COVID-19 case counts on Wednesday but more importantly, the county dropped out of the Red category and back into an Orange rating, showing an improvement with the spread of the coronavirus.
ALBION — Coming out of the Thanksgiving holiday, Central Noble has already hit a staffing iceberg again, causing the district to have to shift some students back to virtual learning for Thursday and Friday.
ALBION — In an effort to protect county government employees and ensure that they can deliver the essential services necessary for the community to function, the Noble County Commissioners have decided to limit public access to county buildings.
AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Tuesday reported one new death of a person positive for COVID-19 and 44 new cases of COVID-19 in county residents.
INDIANAPOLIS — The four-county area recorded five new COVID-19 deaths on a day when the state shattered its previous single-day high for Hoosiers lost to coronavirus.
AUBURN — The DeKalb County Health Department on Monday reported one new death of a person positive for COVID-19 and 154 new cases of COVID-19 in county residents.
INDIANAPOLIS — The four-county area recorded three more COVID-19 deaths as of Saturday’s statewide report, with new deaths occuring in Noble, DeKalb and Steuben counties.
Santa and Mrs. Claus get ready to disembark his sleigh at the Steuben Community Center to visit little boys and girls from across the region Friday night. After taking a spin around the mound and the Steuben County Monument on the Public Square and lighting the community Christmas tree, Sant…
The annual 101 Lakes Kiwanis Club Christmas tree sale is underway in the parking lot of Country Fair Shopping Center in the 1800 block of North Wayne Street, Angola. Trees of various sizes and types are available on weekdays from 4-7 p.m. and weekends from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The normal crowds at the big box stores in Angola and the crush of people at The Outlet Shoppes at Fremont weren’t there this Black Friday, but that doesn’t mean the shoppers weren’t out in force.
SHIPSHEWANA — Say the word “Black Friday” and most people automatically think of the after-Thanksgiving sales created to draw large crowds to big box retail stores.
This week the darkness of December descends upon as we pass through the November full moon. This year the full moon joins our pre-winter skies on November 29 and 30. The November moon is known as the Beaver Moon as the beavers are now working on building up their dams getting ready for winter.
It took just one month for unemployment rates both locally and across the state to shoot sky high when the state shut down over COVID-19.
FREMONT — Starting Monday, students at Fremont Middle School and Fremont High School will convert to a blended learning schedule with students doing both e-learning days and in-person instructional days each week leading up to the Christmas holiday break to help stem the spread and exposure …
FREMONT — The Fremont Youth and Community Outreach Food Pantry received more than 1,500 pounds of frozen whole chickens Wednesday from Miller Poultry in the first of many holiday drops that will be done by the Orland poultry plant in the coming weeks.
INDIANAPOLIS — Researchers studying the total spread of COVID-19 in Indiana are estimating that just over 10% of all Hoosiers have contracted the virus so far.
INDIANAPOLIS — A day after having no new deaths reported across the four-county area, DeKalb and LaGrange counties had three new deaths in Wednesday’s statewide tally.
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana’s COVID-19 spread remains overall high, but the state and local area made minor improvements compared to a week ago.
ALBION — Noble County Health Officer Dr. Terry Gaff has issued new local health restrictions in concert with other northeast Indiana counties as COVID-19 activity has spiked across the region.
INDIANAPOLIS — A recent spate of deaths in DeKalb County appears to be driven by a major outbreak that deepened at an Auburn nursing home through the week ending Nov. 18.
ANGOLA — Over the course of the past two weeks Steuben County has seen its number of COVID-19 cases all time climb by some 45%, statistics from the Steuben County Health Department said.
LAGRANGE — A frustrated LaGrange County Health Officer called together county leadership on Monday to ask for more support getting COVID-19 under control.
ANGOLA — In a press conference government, health care and school officials, all urged the community to be safe over the holidays and not let up in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.