David L. Slone

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City Council Gives Nod To Salvatori’s, Taqueria El Comal Getting Alcohol Licenses

Two Warsaw restaurants that have been looking for alcohol licenses for some time have found them and the Warsaw Common Council gave them their approval Monday night.

Kettleheads’ Homebrew Fest, One Warsaw’s Celebrating Us Are Downtown Warsaw Saturday

Two annual events will be overlapping this Saturday downtown Warsaw, with one event providing an opportunity for adults to enjoy homebrewed beer while raising money for Combined Community Services, and the other event for everyone to celebrate diversity through food, performances and music.

Family Safety Day Entertains & Educates At Central Park

Many agencies having to do with safety and emergency response could be found Saturday at Central Park for the return of Family Safety Day.

Taste Of Kosciusko Lets Public Sample A Variety Of Local Eateries

Local eateries you know and some you may not have heard of yet had samples at Third Friday downtown Warsaw Friday for the annual “Taste of Kosciusko” event.

Board Of Works Awards Pipe Lining Rehab Work For $723K

A bid for sanitary sewer and stormwater pipe lining rehabilitation was awarded to Inliner Solutions LLC for $723,902 by the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety Friday.

Francis Takes Ceremonial Oath Of Office As WPD Officer

An officer with an extensive history in law enforcement and firefighting took his ceremonial oath of office as a Warsaw Police Department officer Friday at the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.

Downtown Warsaw Street Milling And Paving Scheduled For Sept. 25-26

Downtown Warsaw parking and driving are tentatively going to be disrupted Sept. 25-26.

Closing Recycling Drop-Off Stations Saved County Money

While presenting the Kosciusko County Solid Waste Management District’s 2024 budget to the County Council Thursday, Director Tom Ganser explained how the closing of all the recycling drop-off stations last year saved the county money.

County Council Approves Four New Dispatchers For 2024

In 2015, dispatchers handled 77,104 events that went through the central dispatch center. That increased to 91,780 in 2022 and the numbers continue to climb.

Rhoades-Werb Enlists In National Guard For Her Future

Alena Rhoades-Werb has a plan for her future and she’s enlisted in the Indiana Army National Guard to help her bring that plan to fruition.

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