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  1. Mayor, Landlord Share Difference Of OpinionRead the original story

    Friday | Times-Union

    Mayor Joe Thallemer's comments at the end of the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety meeting Friday afternoon got him into an argument with local landlord Chad Zartman and blogger Kyle Babcock and it put the city's assistant city planner in the middle. Zartman and Babcock took their concerns recently to the Indiana Public Access Counselor alleging a violation of the Indiana Open Door law after learning members of the Board of Works on two occasions were voting on issues through email conversations.

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  2. City Code Enforcers Deal With Economy Inn IssuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Times-Union

    A representative of The Economy Inn, 3521 Lake City Highway, Warsaw, was before Warsaw Code Enforcement Hearing Officer Lawrence Clifford Monday. While the city wants to demolish it, stakeholder Jay Patel said he wants to make repairs.

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  3. J.West Seeks Hip-Hop Fame In ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Times-Union

    Hip-hop artist J.West is a Warsaw graduate pursuing his dream of a rap career in Chicago. Photo provided.

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  4. Improv Group, Magician In Syracuse July 27Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Times-Union

    Pictured are Ian Crighton, Beth Smith, Todd Lucas, Joe Harmon, Katie Anders and Stephen Leininger. Photo provided.

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  5. Mayor Says City Will Adjust Meeting PolicyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Times-Union

    Mayor Joe Thallemer said the city will adjust the way it handles the need for timely decisions after a complaint that city officials were making decisions through emails. The result, Thallemer said, will probably mean the city will be conducting more special meetings when faced with pressing deadlines to conduct business.

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  6. Council Hears Presentation On - Parklets'Read the original story

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Times-Union

    Warsaw city officials floated the idea of adding more seating in certain high traffic areas along downtown sidewalks, but the initial response from some, including the mayor, appeared to be tepid. The "parklets" proposal was pitched in a presentation to city council Monday by Leigh Groninger, a plan department intern, who said alley projects and parklets can increase pedestrian activity and downtown vibrancy, among other benefits.

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  7. 4 Held After Drug BustRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 19 | Times-Union

    Warsaw Police Department detectives confiscated guns, ammunition, drugs, drug paraphernalia and cash as part of an investigation that culminated on Tuesday. Photo provided.

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  8. Warsaw Man Accused Of Striking MinorRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 18 | Times-Union

    Joshua John Hamilton, 35, of 928 S. Union St., Warsaw, is facing a charge of domestic battery to a minor. The charge comes from an incident on May 28. A woman looking for help flagged down a bystander.

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  9. Enchanted Hills Robbery Leads To One ArrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 17 | Times-Union

    CROMWELL One man was arrested and two others are being sought in connection with a robbery in the Enchanted Hills area. Joshua Michael Tucco, 20, of 9331 E. Sleepy Hollow Parkway, Cromwell, was arrested Saturday evening.

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  10. Caucus Set To Replace Winona Town CouncilmanRead the original story

    Monday Jul 17 | Times-Union

    Peter Christos resigned from the Winona Lake Town Council, and Kosciusko County Republican Party Chairman Mike Ragan has scheduled a caucus to replace him. Christos, 41, pleaded guilty Tuesday to a felony count of domestic battery and a misdemeanor count of invasion of privacy.

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  11. Review: Listen To Your Heart And Your Brain: Go See - Young Frankenstein'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Times-Union

    The Monster finds his soulmate in Elizabeth Benning in Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts' production of "Young Frankenstein." Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union.

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  12. Zimmer Replaces DvorakRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 12 | Times-Union

    The Warsaw-based medical devise maker announced on Tuesday that David C. Dvorak was stepping down immediately as president and chief executive officer, according to a news release from the company. Zimmer Biomet Chief Financial Officer Daniel P. Florin was appointed as interim chief executive officer until a replacement can be found.

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  13. Wireless Firm Hosts Backpack GiveawayRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 6 | Times-Union

    On July 23, nearly 1,000 participating TCC and Wireless Zone stores are teaming up to donate 172,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children through TCC's annual School Rocks Backpack Giveaway. Since 2013, TCC has donated more than 505,000 backpacks filled with supplies to ensure children are well prepared for the start of the school year, according to a news release from TCC.

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  14. Warsaw Artist Among Arts Commission Grant RecipientsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Times-Union

    INDIANAPOLIS The Indiana Arts Commission announced this week that 48 Hoosier artists throughout the state will receive career development assistance through the agency's Individual Artist Program grants for Fiscal Year 2018. This includes four artists from Region 2. Shari Benyousky, Warsaw, is a recipient for literature.

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  15. First Friday Coincides With Blues, BBQ FestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 5 | Times-Union

    Not only is First Friday moving from downtown Warsaw to Central Park for July, but it's also coinciding with the Parks and Recreation Department's Blues & BBQ Festival. First Friday coordinator Paula Bowman said it's rare that First Friday also falls on the same Friday that the Parks Department is having one of its big three concerts, but that's the case this week.

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  16. Wrecks Keep Police BusyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 29 | Times-Union

    Warsaw and Kosciusko County police offers were busy with traffic issues this morning as two rollover accidents occurred within minutes of each other. Photo by Gary Nieter.

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  17. Rotary, City Teaming Up To Create New ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 28 | Times-Union

    Working together, the Warsaw Rotary Club, the city and community members are creating a trailhead park to increase recreational opportunities on the city's west side. The future Rotary Park will be just east of the intersection of West Center and West Market streets near the Warsaw Public Works Department.

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  18. Texas Man Arrested In 2015 Crash That Hurt 5Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Times-Union

    Eric Rodriguez, 29, Pampa, Texas, is facing charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated causing a serious bodily injury. The accident happened June 26, 2015, at the intersection of Detroit Street and the U.S. 30 highway ramp in Warsaw at about 9:46 p.m. A van was traveling home from a concert in the park when it collided with Rodriguez's vehicle.

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  19. Petition For Sales Denied By Warsaw Zoning BoardRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 27 | Times-Union

    Since the Warsaw Planning Department couldn't find any record of an approved use variance in a Residential-1 zoning district involving on-premise sales, the Board of Zoning Appeals denied Jennifer Cullins' petition Monday night. Her petition for a use variance to allow retail sales in an R-1 zoning district was the sole business before the BZA.

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  20. Optimist Triathlon Draws 500 Participants To WinonaRead the original story

    Monday Jun 26 | Times-Union

    Scott Erba, 48, Winona Lake, was the overall male winner and he finished with a time of 1:01:50. In second place was Diana Schowe, 53, Auburn, with a time of 1:17:59; and coming in third was Heather Martin, 46, Elkhart, with a time of 1:18:01.

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