An Ossian woman was transported to Lutheran Hospital after she accidentally pulled her car out in front of another woman near Ossian Elementary School at 3:34...
It was a short meeting Monday night for the Ossian Town Council, hearing from the police and fire departments and approving several tax abatements.
The Ossian Branch of the Wells County Public Library has been open for most of the renovation process, but it will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday...
All that the Roe Street drainage project in Ossian needs now is a couple of signatures.
Artist Nancy Wagner adds the finishing touches to a mural she painted in the children’s Story Hour Room at the Ossian Branch Library.
At night, the intersection of Davis Road and Jefferson Street is brightly lit. And that troubles Mike Sponseller, who lives on the southwest corner of the...
Debate over the large-scale commercial wind farms planned for the southern half of Wells County dominated the first half of Monday night’s Ossian Town Council meeting.
Ossian Stormwater Board ends one project, begins another
From cold to warm, then back to cold, this past winter was ideal for the development of potholes.
Three variances were approved by the Wells County Board of Zoning Appeals Tuesday night, including the conditional approval of the locations of two “Welcome to Ossian” signs on the outskirts of that community.
I read the news today, oh boy.
Members of the Ossian Stormwater Management Board agreed Wednesday night to pursue a tile project from just west of Homestead Avenue to Highland Avenue between Roe and Mill streets.
Crime is on the increase in Ossian and to make matters worse, some of the categories of crime that have increased are violent crimes.
Maddy McCabe accepts the grand champion ribbon
Ossian couple has long history in the performing arts
Ossian Council OKs new markers for town’s north and south entrances
Comprehensive plan group asks for public input at Feb. 12 event
Perma-Column Inc. in Ossian is adding 9,000 square feet of warehouse space to its existing building to make room for additional production.
Anyone who has an occupation impacted by the forces of nature well knows the old adage, “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.”
The Ossian branch library’s doors are open once again for business after being closed last week to move into its new facility.