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Elkhart Foundry brownfield site shows presence of lead and arsenic, which could stall development efforts


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Police are looking for a man and a woman they say committed fraud at an Elkhart Walmart

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Some types of semi-trucks will be banned from the Indiana Toll Road in Elkhart and St. Joseph counties until Thursday due to slick road conditions

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Republican Senate candidate Marlin Stutzman is ridiculing his Indiana primary opponent, accusing fellow congressman Todd Young of failing to meet ballot requirements
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Nyce will guide the cross country and the track and field programs for both men and women

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Mayor Tim Neese’s administration mediated a lawsuit with potential residents and that’s good for all involved.

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The Belmont University senior and Penn High graduate will be recognized during the NCAA Final Four

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Goshen Schools will now have secure entrances and more extensive background checks in place, plus Karin Frey was let go after 29 years in the Elkhart parks department and three more stories

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The number of gun permit holders in Indiana trails only Alabama and South Dakota, according to a study by the Crime Prevention Research Center

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If all goes according to the Goshen Theater board’s plan, renovation of the old theater could start in 2017.

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The Police Department is starting a lateral entry program for new hires to attract experienced officers and bring the department up to a full staffing level of 126 officers

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