When her husband died, Lavonne Brown’s ‘Nursing Home Buddies’ — fourth-graders from Ossian Elementary School — changed their...
Fire Sunday morning caused an estimated $20,000 damage to three tractorless semi trailers parked in a stone parking lot next to Energy Control, a home...
Members of the Ossian Town Council Monday night accepted the final settlement for the sewage plant expansion litigation.
Shanna Bradley is uncertain how many shoes are in her family’s garage in Ossian.
Ossian voters sent a resounding message Tuesday.
Bluffton Common Council (partial results) District 1: John Whicker (R) Ted Ramsey (D) Ossian Town Council (partial results) East Ward: Tom Neuenschwander...
Ossian Board of Parks and Recreation members on Monday approved an agreement that will help shape the future of the town’s Archbold-Wilson Park.
It was Spooktacular
OSSIAN TOWN COUNCIL
A former Ossian woman was sentenced Tuesday after pleading guilty to one count of child molesting.
The group gathered in Elm Grove Cemetery under a partly cloudy July sky, waiting for the balloons.
She heard her son died fast and didn’t suffer, but now she’s suffering without him.
A kitchen fire at a Uniondale residence caused heavy smoke damage Tuesday.
Ossian’s town attorney was on hand to discuss Rigney’s EEOC filing, but most of those in attendance were not satisfied
Ossian Town Council members will have a difficult decision facing them in an upcoming meeting after Town Manager Luann Martin posed a question to them Monday night.
Leaf collection by town workers in Ossian starts Monday, Oct. 19, and will continue through Dec. 3.
People walking Ossian’s Lenny Gerber Trail will have something to read starting next year. By a 3-0 vote, park board members Tim Rohr, Jason Heckber and Phillip Horton approved of installing a “story walk” at the...
Ossian Police Chief Dave Rigney said Tuesday he was the one who filed a complaint with the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission based upon...
Ossian Town Council president Brad Pursley made it clear at Monday night’s council meeting that the members of the council will not be addressing publicly any personnel matters.
A flip of the wrist