Online school allows 11-year-old Joshua Hatfield to stay on top of his schoolwork and meet demanding rehearsal and performance schedules for his role as Michael Banks in “Mary Poppins.”

Michelle Sokol

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State police responded to a one-car crash at 10:30 p.m. Sunday on the Toll Road near the Elkhart and St. Joseph county line

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More than 200 birds were rescued from alleged cockfighting rings in Bristol and Bremen, Penn High School seniors leave an emotional legacy after their 2015 IHSAA 6A football title chase and three more stories for your Monday in Indiana

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