Plans to renovate Roush Park will move forward, city officials announce nearly 18 months after a matching federal grant was filed.
500S-200E fire cause undetermined
Two men return from Huntington hunting trip and car catches fire
Poll workers in the Wells County Courthouse will no longer give oral instructions to voters.
Adherence to state-mandated rubric limits the way school board members do the job
UW’s Countdown program will expand offerings at BHES, Ossian, and Lancaster
A 24-year-old is in critical condition after being airlifted to Lutheran Hospital Wednesday, and his 10-year-old passenger transported to Bluffton Regional...
A 19-year-old Bluffton man faces seven felony counts of defrauding of a financial institution – including one worth $1.28 at a RedBox DVD-renting machine.
Wells County’s preliminary unemployment rate for September broke through the 4 percent barrier, coming in at 3.9 percent, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development reported Wednesday.
Crews work to tear up the sidewalk Wednesday morning outside one of the north entrances to the Wells County Courthouse.
The 2014 Wells County Health Fair will be held from 7 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at Lancaster Central Elementary School.
The American economy is still struggling to come out of recession, but Indiana’s doing better than the nation as a whole, J. Michael Hicks said Tuesday...
Members of the Southern Wells School Board agreed Tuesday evening to use Commonwealth Engineers of Fort Wayne to determine what the next step forward should be in dealing with the school corporation’s aging sewage and...
James King was happy with what he saw on the sign Tuesday at a local gas station as he arrived to fill up his blue Ford sedan.
Board members on Tuesday approved the 2015 budget for Northern Wells Community Schools.
Six Wells county residents have been nominated to the Wells County Foundation, Inc. for the 2014 Bette A. Erxleben Volunteer of the Year.
One Book One County’s series of programs concluded Tuesday evening as Craig Brown of the library staff took a look at the area with his program of “Why Local Food Matters.”
School board member disparages superintendent’s performance
Involvement of County Council members raise conflict of interest questions; CEDIT money will go to Ossian, not to the company