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


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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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Elkhart Foundry brownfield site needs dealt with before residential developers can begin to build apartment/retail complex on Elkhart Avenue 


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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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Goshen, NorthWood, Fairfield pick up convincing victories

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