Good progress is being made on the construction of a northern Indiana park honoring two teenage girls who were killed back in 2017. Crews have completed an amphitheater and restrooms are set to finish this month at the Abby and Libby Memorial Park near Delphi.
The park is named in honor of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-old Abigail Williams, who were killed in February 2017 while out on a recreation trail. No arrests have been made in their slayings despite police releasing photos and an audio recording of the suspect.
Fundraising for the project is still underway.
(08-12-2020) New Providers Join Adult Education
(08-11-2020) Former LaGrange County Resident Awarded Purple Heart
(08-11-2020) Rural Road to Recovery Initiative Delivers on Promise
(08-11-2020) DeKalb Chamber Accepting Nominations for Duesy Awards
(08-11-2020) Congressman Banks Introduces Qualified Immunity Act
(08-10-2020) Trine Welcomes Increased Record Numbers as Classes Start
(08-10-2020) Lake James Boat Parade for Trump
(08-10-2020) Authorities Suspect Alcohol in Single Jeep Crash
(08-10-2020) Man Dies After Being Struck By Boat While Tubing
(08-08-2020) Electrical Fire Contained at Chubby’s in Orland
(08-07-2020) Auburn Police Pursuit Thursday
(08-07-2020) Indiana’s College Completion Trends Improve & Grow
(08-07-2020) Cruise to the Monument Canceled for September
(08-07-2020) Fremont Community Schools Delaying Student Start Date
(08-06-2020) Auburn Police make Drug Bust
(08-06-2020) Parkview Health Receives Grant For Suicide Prevention