Demonstrations, tractor pulls, food and toy vendors are just a few things that can be found at this year’s Fulton County Historical Power Show, which continues today.

Lake City Bank, headquartered in Warsaw, is being nationally recognized for its employees contributing more than 1,600 volunteer hours to Junior Achievement activities across northern Indiana.

Fulton County Commissioners on Monday awarded another three road resurfacing projects to Milford-based Phend & Brown.

Rochester Police Officer Alanie Hipsher will soon be leaving her law enforcement career to teach at Caston Schools.

Only a handful of everyday citizens turned out for a community meeting Tuesday to share their thoughts, concerns and questions on the future of emergency medical services in Fulton County.

By a 4-3 vote, the Rochester City Council on Tuesday approved an ordinance that allows for the operation of golf carts on city streets.

A Rochester man accused of holding a woman at gunpoint and discharging a shotgun in her direction is set to appear for a change of plea hearing next week in Fulton Superior Court.

A former Indiana State Police trooper has been sentenced to serve 60 days in jail following an incident in which he sniffed a female coworker and pushed her head toward his groin.

Despite a close call in February, Fulton Economic Development Corp. is now fully funded for the year.

Elemental Art Studio celebrated two years in business with tours, refreshments and a Fulton County Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting Friday. From left: Front – Doris Jackson, Jude Brooks, Lisa Brooks, Owner Tessa Brooks, Todd Brooks; back – chamber ambassadors or officers Taylor Showley, Am…

The Rochester Park Board met in special session Thursday to discuss what changes to make to its budget for 2024.

Keep up the good work, Fulton County Community Foundation’s Brian Johnson told the Rochester Park Board Monday while announcing a grant of $1,000 to be used at the board’s discretion.

Fulton County officials have scheduled a community meeting for residents to share their thoughts, concerns and questions on the future of local emergency medical services.

U.S. Rep. Rudy Yakym, R-2nd Dist., visited Rochester Wednesday as part of his Helping Hoosier Veterans tour.

Cheers and applause erupted inside the Fulton County Courthouse Tuesday night when Trent Odell learned he received the Republican nomination to likely become Rochester’s next mayor.

Election officials reported minor technical issues at Rochester’s sole polling location for Tuesday’s municipal primary election.

Rex and Kris Robison are the Fulton County Chamber of Commerce’s 2023 Community Service Award winners.

Henry Ford said: “If you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.” We need to begin thinking “We can.” No doubt FEDCO has issues. But it is not alone. FEDCO is one of Fulton County’s hidden gems.

City Project Manager Randy Williams hydrojets a city storm sewer line at Third Street and Fulton Avenue Thursday. Drivers can watch for city crews cleaning out storm sewer drains and replacing or repairing lines and structures throughout the spring and summer. Williams floats between street,…

For the first time in its history, Fulton County Habitat for Humanity will have a physical space to interact with the public and store building materials and supplies.

Do you believe Rochester lacks affordable housing? Why or why not?

Do you believe Rochester lacks affordable housing? Why or why not?

Here is the second part of The Sentinel’s Q&A with two-term incumbent Rochester Mayor Ted Denton and challenger Trent Odell.

By way of introduction, my name is Michael C. Ladd. I am the new executive director of the Fulton Economic Development Corporation. Since arriving in Rochester, much talk has been about FEDCO and its purpose, its job, and funding. Let’s talk about that.

Congressman Rudy Yakym, R-2nd Dist., visited E&B Paving’s Rochester office Thursday as part of his “Riding with Rudy” district tour.

Rochester residents are likely to learn at Rochester City Council’s next meeting whether golf carts will be allowed on city streets.

Vehicle mechanical issues caused a delay in delivering the Wednesday Rochester Sentinel to Mentone and Culver post offices. Those papers will be delivered to our customers with Thursday's mail. We apologize for the delay.

The condition of stormwater structures throughout the city received considerable discussion at Thursday’s meeting of the Rochester Board of Public Works and Safety.

Fulton County Auditor Christina Sriver will serve three days in jail for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Fulton County Sheriff Travis Heishman is pushing for the purchase of a GPS fleet management system that he says will enable officers and dispatchers to be more efficient in their daily operations.

Small businesses in Fulton County could have additional COVID-19 relief funds coming to them this summer.

As it turns out, a contested race in this year’s municipal primary election – that for the District 2 seat on the Rochester City Council – is not so contested after all.

There was a packed room at Rochester City Hall Tuesday night the city council entertained the idea of allowing golf carts to be driven on city streets.

Fulton County’s new state-of-the-art dispatch center officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday.

A Rochester woman accused of stabbing her father during a July 2019 cookout was booked Tuesday at the Fulton County Jail.

Education, followed by issues surrounding health care and farming, garnered the most attention at Fulton County’s final legislative breakfast of the year.

Despite an October 2018 tragedy in which four children were hit by a vehicle and three killed, drivers continue to regularly pass stopped school buses with their red lights flashing and stop arms extended in Fulton County.