New street signs will soon be installed on U.S. 35 through Knox in order to meet a federal requirement. Continue reading
The Knox City Council Tuesday night approved a series of balance transfers to close out the fiscal year in the black. Continue reading
He will decide what to do about two vehicles the city no longer uses. One is a Chevrolet Tahoe with a motor problem, and the other is a 2009 Ford Crown Victoria patrol car with transmission issues. The recent purchase of a new Dodge Charger for the Knox Police Department means it can be retired from the fleet. Continue reading
Voter turnout in Starke and Pulaski Counties during the Nov. 3 Municipal General Election exceeded the statewide average. That’s according to data released this week by Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson. Continue reading
A Knox woman is in custody following a shoplifting incident that ultimately led to the discovery of drugs.
The Knox Industrial Park is now an economic development area. Last night the city council unanimously passed a resolution to that effect. Jason Selmer with accounting firm Umbaugh and Associates says it will allow the city to invest in infrastructure improvements. Continue reading
A site near the Astoria Inn in Knox is being used as a middle ground, of sorts, in preparation for the Reynolds-Topeka Transmission Line.
The Knox Redevelopment Commission gave its approval Monday to update an existing tax increment financing district, as well as to create a new one. Continue reading
The Knox City Council will be considering the implementation of an economic development proposal during their meeting, Tuesday night.
The Therapeutic Community Program is considered by some to be one of the most effective drug treatment programs in the state of Indiana. The program provides 1,700 available spaces throughout the Hoosier state for an eight month course, designed to treat and rehabilitate drug offenders.
IU Health Starke Hospital is nearing the completion of an affiliation transaction with Community Health Systems.
Local communities are getting into the Christmas spirit. Knox and North Judson have scheduled their annual tree lighting ceremonies for next week. Continue reading
Staff and students at the Knox Community School Corporation are once again attempting to help those less fortunate.
The American Red Cross is asking local residents to consider donating blood during the holiday season. Continue reading
The Starke County Historical Society held its annual meeting and dinner Thursday night at the Knox High School Cafeteria.
Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment is underway for this year, and IU Health Starke Hospital is offering to help you find the right insurance plan. Continue reading
An open house was held at the former Stelrema building Thursday to try to find a new business for the property. Continue reading
Residents in Starke and Pulaski Counties will have the opportunity tomorrow to help those in need while doing their Thanksgiving shopping. WKVI will be collecting food at Five Star in the Knox Mall and Sanders in Winamac from 10 a.m. until noon Central. Continue reading
The 2015 annual meeting of the Starke County Historical Society, tonight, will be dedicated to the memory of Jim Shilling. Shilling, who served as president of the Society 1998 to 2014, passed away in October.