Indiana American Water has named Dan Halverstadt vice president of operations, effective July 26, 2021.
As a young high school college student in Minnesota, Keith Peterson grew vegetables to help put him through college. Now, more than 30 years later, he and his wife, Angela, are back to toiling the land as small-scale farmers.
TIPTON — Steel Parts Manufacturing Inc. is set to permanently close next year, bringing an end to the more than 60-year-old company, according to officials with the United Steel Workers union.
A sports training business run by a former Kokomo native and former Kokomo High School baseball standout is expanding into its own facility, soon to be located on the city’s south side.
Indiana American Water has named Dan Halverstadt vice president of operations effective Monday.
SHARPSVILLE — Workers at Functional Devices are set to vote on forming a union, saying they want a contract with the company that brings fair wages, better benefits and workplace safety.
Howard County, once again, leads the state in unemployment rate.
Indiana American Water Announces 2021 Environmental Grant Program Winners
A new small batch, homemade ice cream shop has opened on the city’s west side.
When Austin Guinn was in middle school, he sold his large collection of Pokémon cards at a road sale for $20. It’s a decision that makes the 21-year-old Eastern High School graduate cringe.
Who doesn’t like pizza and ice cream?
Local workers at the Stellantis and General Motors Components Holdings plants will no longer have to wear masks if they have received a COVID-19 vaccination.
Howard County plans to use part of its American Rescue Plan money to help expand the broadband offerings to underserved areas within the county.
A final cleanup plan has been approved for the site of the former General Motors plant at 1723 N. Washington St., marking the first step toward reopening the property to new development for the first time in 30 years.
Joseph K. Kaiser, a private wealth advisor with Kaiser, Huber & Associates, which is a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC, has qualified for the company’s Circle of Success annual recognition program and will be honored for this achievement.
Ben’s Soft Pretzels is excited to announce our July, World Pretzel Domination promotion “Salute to Service."
An old, abandoned church building downtown will receive a second life, thanks in part to a forgivable loan from the City of Kokomo.
Washington Prime Group, the owner of Kokomo’s Markland Mall and around 100 other malls across the country, has filed for bankruptcy.
Community Health Network announced earlier this will it will increase its minimum wage for its hourly employees from $12.50 to $15 an hour.
Community Health Network employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 15, according to a press release from the company.
Local Stellantis employees building 8-speed transmissions who were put on furlough last month have returned to work earlier than expected, but around 1,600 employees making 9-speed transmissions remain temporarily laid off.
PERU — Miami County commissioners have pledged $1.4 million to help fund a major expansion of high-speed internet to rural parts of the county, including to underserved students in low-income areas.
BUNKER HILL – Indiana’s congressional delegation on Thursday sent a letter to the Secretary of the Air Force urging him to consider Grissom Air Reserve Base for a fleet of the nation’s newest refueling planes.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the owner of Markland Mall alleging the company misled investors about its deteriorating financial situation.
The large parking area at the local General Motors Components Holdings facility will soon serve as a storage area for vehicles that have been produced but are waiting for a microchip until shipping out to dealerships.
Angela Martino said they’ve stopped taking reservations from customers at their iconic Kokomo eatery, Martino’s Italian Villa. That’s because they don’t know if they’ll have enough workers to serve them.
United Way serving Howard and Tipton counties is pleased to announce it has received a $15,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation for Real Men Read, a volunteer reading program supporting early learning.
Former Indiana State Representative, Bill Friend, has been elected to the U.S. 31 Coalition Board of Directors.
Indiana Landmarks and Indiana Farm Bureau welcome nominations for the 2021 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation. The award recognizes the preservation and continued use of historic farm buildings in Indiana. Since it was established in 1992, owners of 30 historic farms all over the state…
Around 1,650 local Stellantis workers are now on furlough after the company pulled back on production of 8-speed transmissions earlier this week due to the ongoing microchip shortage.
The owner of Markland Mall has been given a fifth extension to reach an agreement with lenders over a planned Chapter 11 bankruptcy following a dismal financial report released last week.