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March 27th, 2015
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Following months of discussion and delays, Monroe residents will see an increase in their utility bill effective immediately.
The Monroe Town Council conducted a public hearing for comments on a proposal to raise sewer and water rates Thursday evening. No residents attended the hearing.
On a motion by Councilman Mike Geels following the public hearing, seconded by Giessler, the new rate ordinances were adopted, 3-0.
Hanna Endsley, 8, and mother, Teri, enjoyed some amusing aquatic time at the Bellmont High School pool Wednesday. The popular open swim event was held as part of the parks and rec Spring Break activities held throughout the county this week.
Owen Findley was among the youngsters who came to Riverside Center earlier this week to try their hand at building birdhouses. The event was part of the spring break programs offered throughout the week by the parks and rec department. With a little outside assistance, it appears the young carpenter was well on his way to completing the task.
For many people, a vacation to New York City would be exciting enough. But Decatur resident Alyssa Corral’s recent vacation took an unexpected turn when she appeared on national television as a game contestant on LIVE with Kelly and Michael.
A donation from the estate of the late Richard and Vella Wasson of Decatur to the Adams Woodcrest organization has now become the largest bequest received by the Adams Health Network, it was announced Wednesday night at the monthly meeting of the AHN board of trustees.
While Adams County was greeted by an unseasonally-heavy 3-inch snowfall Monday afternoon, followed by cold and rain for the next several days, weather conditions were quite different over the preceeding weekend. In the photo at right, the sun sets behind an Amish homestead west of Berne Saturday evening, providing a beautiful array of colors on a clear evening.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana announced his retirement Tuesday, opening up a Senate seat in a GOP-friendly state that could attract a roster of Republican hopefuls.
Bids opened last week for the replacement of a bridge on C.R. 100N between C.R. 300E and Salem Road should be rejected and the project re-bid, Adams County Engineer and Highway Department Superintendent Tim Barkey recommended to the board of county commissioners Monday.
When it comes to building bird houses, it’s all in the tongue. At least that was the winning formula used by Kayley Findley, 5, during spring break activities Monday at Riverside Center.