ALBION — Dana Light Axle Products recently notified the Indiana Department of Workforce Development that it's closing its service parts and export packaging center at 401 E. Park Drive, Albion.
INDIANAPOLIS — Legislation proposed on Tuesday would grant surviving spouses the ability to obtain a Purple Heart license plate in honor of their loved ones.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Indiana Sen. Mike Braun is teaming up with other Senate Republicans to reintroduce a proposed constitutional amendment that would set term limits for members of Congress.
ANGOLA — Four new staff members have joined TrineOnline, bringing new expertise to faculty oversight as well as student advising and recruiting efforts for Trine University’s online degree programs.
KENDALLVILLE — The annual Kleiman Creative Writing Contest, presented by the Kendallville Public Library, is open for entries. It’s open to all fourth-, fifth- and sixth-grade students.
ALBION — The Noble County Courthouse will remain closed to walk-in visitors through at least the morning of Feb. 8, the Noble County Commissioners announced during their regularly scheduled meeting Monday.
LAGRANGE — Lagrange County authorities are hoping to learn a little more about the person or persons responsible for distributing packets of extremist letters that contain white supremacist language and COVID-19 misinformation at Topeka and Shipshewana homes early Sunday morning.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Todd Young, R-Ind., and Marco Rubio, R-Fla., reintroduced a constitutional amendment that would limit the U.S. Supreme Court to nine justices.
INDIANAPOLIS — Flu still hasn’t taken root in Indiana as weekly surveillance reports across the state continue to show minimal impact from the seasonal virus.