Police chief asks Board of Works to fire sergeant

The Bluffton police chief wants to fire one of the department’s three sergeants, and the city’s Board of Public Works and Safety will decide Tuesday whether that will happen ...

Warm day, cold water

Mayor Ted Ellis reacts to the chilly water Friday morning after the new splash pad at Roush Park was officially turned on for public...

BFD responded to 590 calls in 2016

“Education of the children, and the community in fire prevention and safety, are of the ...

2 jailed for pot in the park

By JESSICA BRICKER Suspicious behavior led to the arrest Wednesday of two people from Fort Wayne. A report was made at 6:21 p.m. in the 2800...

‘Addams Family’ leads chosen

By BARBARA BARBIERI Auditions have been completed and the main cast members for the Wells Community Theatre’s production of “The Addams Family” has been announced by...

Be safe

Sgt. Brent Archbold of the Bluffton Police Department taught bicycle safety ...

City asked for $426K in trail, plaza funds

hat was the request made by Bluffton NOW (New, Old, Wonderful) President ...

City amends RSD deal, puts 10 years on grinder pumps

The residents of the watershed are scheduled to become the city’s newest sewer customers ...

Man’s name eludes him, but not the arresting officer

By GLEN WERLING A Fort Wayne man who allegedly attempted to deceive a sheriff’s deputy during a traffic stop was jailed under $6,500 bond Tuesday. Reginald...

‘In the alcohol business’?

Guidelines for alcohol sales and consumption at Kehoe Park will be tweaked; council members want to limit city’s involvement By JESSICA BRICKER The Bluffton Common Council...