A mother and her two children had to evacuate their two-story residence at 6515E U.S. 224 after a fire started in an upstairs bedroom at 4:20 a.m. Tuesday.
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Corn catches fire
It is not often that a story of an Allied soldier’s life was saved during wartime due to an animal. Robert Dale Morrissey is the recipient of one such...
Local witches and ghouls can trick-or-treat around the county the following hours Thursday, Oct. 31:
Markle Town Council will move forward with a counterbid to the Huntington City-Township Public Library board on what to do with the town’s branch location and current town hall.
The Huntington City-Township Public Library has offered Markle $100,000 for the building it now uses.
The Markle Wildcat Festival returned to town Saturday after a year’s hiatus.
Click here to see a slide show of scenes from this year’s Wildcat Festival
Four more joined Markle’s grumpy history Friday. Tammy Ehler, Jennifer Freds, Robin Everett and Nate Murchland were named the town’s 2013 “grouches”...
Annual Markle festival back after a year’s hiatus
The new water tower in Markle near Interstate 69 will get a makeover before anything is even painted on it.
Markle Town Council members began reviewing next year’s budget and heard an update on town hall relocation negotiations during Thursday’s regular meeting, moved from Wednesday.
Finally, it is done.
The Markle Town Council is working with the Huntington City-Township Public Library to determine the future of its town hall and library.
With one qualification, the Markle Town Council approved the look of its new water tower Thursday evening during a special meeting.
A three-alarm fire damaged the David Runkle residence, 565 E. Morse St. in Markle, Monday.
Markle Town Council could reach a decision as early as the end of the month regarding what signage will appear on the town’s new water tower near Interstate 69.
Updating town employees’ clothing allowances for the first time in at least a decade, the Markle Town Council voted to increase the limits during its meeting Wednesday evening.
Open houses begin with 1913 flood program