Property Taxes Up For State Discussion


State legislators are set to take up a number of key bills today. Among them, the House Ways and Means Committee is slated to hear a Senate proposal involving the business personal property tax. Governor Mike Pence has pushed the concept of phasing out the business personal property … Read More

Warsaw Wins Nine Titles, Runs Streak To Seven [VIDEO]

Warsaw's Jayden Parrett and Josh Miller celebrate after the conclusion of the 100 backstroke at the Warsaw Boys Swimming Sectional.

WARSAW – Another year, another banner day for the Warsaw Boys Swimming program. Boasting of nine titles and four meet or school records, the Tigers were on their game Saturday at the Warsaw Boys Swimming Sectional. In what head coach Nate Long dubbed ‘a total team effort’, Warsaw … Read More

New Firefighter Sworn In At Warsaw


Warsaw-Wayne Township Fire Territory had a reason to celebrate today as the newest recruit was sworn in by mayor Joe Thallemer. Drew Shilling, accompanied by his fellow firefighters and his wife, attended the Warsaw Board of Public Works and Safety this morning and took the official oath of … Read More

Former Grace President Receives Sagamore Award

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WINONA LAKE, Ind. – Former Grace President Ronald Manahan was honored with the prestigious Sagamore of the Wabash award on Monday. The award was presented at a meeting held at 10:30 a.m. Feb. 17 in Westminster Hall. Present at the meeting were Grace employees and invited guests, community … Read More

Warsaw Progressing, But Challenges Remain

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer gave his annual State of the City Address last night noting “revenue sources” may be the biggest challenge the city faces amid a sluggish economy and proposed legislation to eliminate property tax. Recapping 2013, the mayor outlined the city’s six strategic goals he described … Read More

Mayor Presenting ‘State Of City’ Address

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer

Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer will give his annual “State of the City” report at tonight’s regular meeting of the Warsaw Common Council. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the council room in city hall, located at the corner of Buffalo and Center streets in downtown Warsaw. Meetings … Read More

Spangle Fasteners Opens Satellite Office In Warsaw

Spangle Fasteners

Spangle Fasteners was opened in 1974 based out of Fort Wayne and recently opened a store front in Warsaw. What started as a fastener supplier has expanded its product offerings to be a full line industrial supplier servicing the construction, MRO and OEM needs. Spangle Fasteners changed ownership … Read More

Mayor: ‘State Of City’ Address Planned


Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer plans to give his annual “State of the City” report at the next regular meeting of the Warsaw Common Council. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18. This is a day later than the normal meeting date and has been … Read More

Mayors Meet With Governor On Proposed Tax Bill

By Joe Thallemer Warsaw Mayor Yesterday afternoon, I was included in a group of seven mayors who were called to the office of Governor Mike Pence. The purpose of the visit was for him to announce his being “open” to state replacement revenue to offset the impact of … Read More

Lakeside Awarded Police Car Bid


Lakeside Chevrolet in Warsaw did not submit the lowest bid for three new Chevrolet Caprice patrol vehicles, but the local dealership was still awarded the contract during this morning’s Board of Public Works and Safety meeting. Kelley Chevrolet out of Fort Wayne submitted the lowest of only two … Read More

Mayor: Be Careful, Courteous


Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer is asking all residents and motorists to be extremely careful as city street employees continue to dig out from this week’s snowstorm. Snow piles can obscure sightlines, especially at intersections. Roads are very slippery because of the extreme cold and dense packed snow. The … Read More

Warsaw Salt Supply Running On Empty


Blast after blast of winter weather has had a serious affect on the city of Warsaw’s salt supply, which is in real danger of running out. Because of that, Mayor Joe Thallemer is urging motorists to use extra caution in town. Thallemer says the city has enough salt … Read More

UPDATE: Plowing Is Local Priority Today


Warsaw city offices and Syracuse town offices are closed today, with only emergency and essential employees on duty. Both Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer and Syracuse Town Manager Henry DeJulia say street department workers are tending to plowing and that is the top priority of the day. Trash routes … Read More

Today’s Closings And Delays


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Warsaw Author Releases New Book


Author Ann Thallemer of Warsaw has announced the nationwide release of her new book, Unequal Justice, a fast-paced suspenseful drama, filled with deeply developed characters and ends with a shockingly surprising twist. When the daughter of one of the town’s influential families is brutally murdered and a struggling … Read More

Resident Wants City To Allow Chickens


Local resident James Bausch wants the city to consider an ordinance allowing chickens to be raised within the city limits. Bosch approached the Warsaw Common Council Monday night to share his intention to go before the Warsaw Plan Commission seeking to have the city write a resolution allowing … Read More