April 19, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

21st annual Flower & Garden Fair is Saturday

The Carroll County Garden Club is sponsoring its 21st annual Carroll County Flower & Garden Fair on Saturday, April 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Merchants Building at Flora Community Park. More...

Burlington amends nuisance ordinance abatement procedures

Burlington Town Council opened the April 11 meeting by remembering Max Ehrman, a “pillar of our community,” President Stan Moore said. Ehrman served on the council in the 1980s and part of the 90s.  More...

Burlington

Sign-up for Instructional Baseball-Softball for boys and girls ages 4 to 10 is underway. The league runs June 3 through July 15 on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the community park. There is no cost. Shirts and snacks are provided. More...

Camden

Spring Clean-Up is set for April 29. The township scrap metal drive is currently underway.  The American Legion will meet at the Legion Post at 7 p.m. on Monday.   More...

Delphi Board of Works rescinds Main St. rehab contract

The Delphi Board of Works rescinded the East Main St. rehabilitation contract they awarded earlier in the month to Milestone Contractors in a two-to-one vote April 13 in a special meeting. More...

No showroom planned for Tippecanoe Ranch Estates business

There is confusion about what activities are planned for a floor covering business in Tippecanoe Ranch Estates. Owners of the 3.989-acre property located at 12919 W. More...

SR 18 closed in Brookston for complete reconstruction

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) is alerting drivers to the closure of State Road 18 (E. 3rd Street), between State Road 43 (S. Prairie Street) and Kent Street in Brookston.  More...

Unsupervised canine attacks child in Wildwood MHP

A Carroll County deputy shot an unsupervised dog in a mobile home park just south of Pyrmont last Thursday as a result of the animal’s encounter with an eight-year-old boy. More...

Med Center has future in Camden

The Camden Medical Center is in need of some updates. Memorial Hospital’s CEO Perry Gay and Facility Manager Dave Brumett spoke at Camden’s April 12 Town Council meeting about the options.  More...

Commissioners make Treasurer interim secretary

Auditor out due to extended illness

Carroll County Commissioners took steps Monday morning to ensure the legal path is followed to allow County Treasurer Beth Myers to take their minutes and perform other tasks in the absence of Auditor Tom Gray. More...

Washington Twp.

PW Circle will meet at the Deer Creek Presbyterian Church on April 26 at 6:30 p.m. for Bible Study and insightful discussion of the word of God.  Deer Creek Community Center will have a chicken bash April 26 with serving from 4:30 to 7 p.m. More...

Carroll board approves purchase of Chromebooks

Carroll School Board agreed to purchase Chromebooks at the April 11 meeting. More...

First installment of county taxes due May 10

The Carroll County tax statements were mailed to taxpayers April 17. The first installment of the taxes is due by May 10 and the second installment is due Nov. 13, according to County Treasurer Beth Myers.  More...