12:10 a.m. — Welfare check in the 400 block of East Seventh Street.
The 30-year-old woman who was arrested twice in two weeks in October for having drugs and guns at Fairview Village Apartments will remain in jail unless she can post $10,000 bond, a judge decided Monday.
Ron and Jane (Tenhulzen) Olson, natives of Manilla and Denison, respectively, have funded a groundbreaking computer language scholarship designed to boost rural Iowa by connecting students surrounding Des Moines Area Community College’s Carroll and Perry campuses with modern technology skill…
Carroll now has its first-ever rental housing ordinance, a series of regulations and inspections designed to make apartments and rental houses, about one-third of the residences in the city, safer to inhabit.
MANNING: Main Street Manning (MSM) will be one of more than 47,000 nonprofit organizations in the United States participating in “Giving Tuesday” on Tuesday, December 1.
Little did Trish Titus know when the skinny, soft, long-haired, gray cat wandered into her life 13 years ago, that she’d bring such profound impact.
MANNING: Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Nov. 16 announced a new proclamation that required Main Street Manning’s Promotion Committee to make a number of changes to the annual Weihnachtsfest community celebration to be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Friday, November 27.
Santa and Mrs. Claus are coming to town, but because of precautions this year in order to curb spread of the coronavirus, their arrival will be celebrated differently.
Clive-based Rowland Real Estate, a developer that recently has completed 12 town homes in Jefferson, is the lone firm to turn in a proposed new use for the recently-razed City Hotel site in Carroll.
Journalist and author Carl Bernstein tells CNN — and repeats it on his Twitter feed — that U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, is among 21 GOP senators who think President Trump is unfit for office, and has told aides and colleagues just that.
Employees of a company called Sports Media Advertising are soliciting sponsorships from local businesses purportedly to support local schools, but Carroll Community Superintendent Casey Berlau warned today that it's a scam.
Carroll Times Herald co-owner Douglas Burns will appear on Iowa PBS’s “Iowa Press” Friday to discuss the state of rural newspapers in Iowa.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Kuemper Catholic School System refuses to give up efforts to help people living in one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere.
Inspectors will have to wear glasses and gloves and take other precautions, and dwelling entry could be suspended or even stopped during the pandemic, under a COVID-19 policy city officials are asking the Carroll City Council to add to its first-ever rental-housing-inspection plan.
Due to COVID-19, the Carroll Chamber of Commerce office will be closed to the public until further notice, executive director Shannon Landauer said.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced an additional allocation of CARES Act funds to support Iowa renters and homeowners at risk of eviction or foreclosure due to a COVID-19-related loss of income.
The Carroll County Sheriff’s Department recently received 20 kits from the Deb and Jeff Hansen Foundation to help with policing efforts.
STORM LAKE: Cadets serving the Buena Vista University Army ROTC presented a Veterans Day display remembering a pair of former BVU students from the Carroll area who earned the Congressional Medal of Honor for heroic service in World War II.