The road was widened east of Elkhart to S.R. 15 and now there’s talk of improving the roadway further east to Middlebury.
Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department urges residents to lock their doors as thieves steal tools, keys from cars and garages
PALO ALTO, Calif. — On a frigid night on “The Farm,” the mission met its match.
The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Department officers stopped a car near Meijer and smelled marijuana, resulting in a search of the vehicle
Pence order could make Indiana testing ground for Syrian refugee issue
Preliminary charges include possession of methamphetamine, domestic battery and operating while intoxicated.
More than a year after funding was allocated for city’s blight problem, we’re only now seeing forward progress. Let’s not wait anymore.
Mark Maley, managing editor of The Elkhart Truth, finds that readers truly care about their community and how it’s being covered
In his About Town column, Marshall V. King wonders why the Sunday after Thanksgiving hasn’t been claimed yet and offers two suggestions.
A Goshen consignment store caters to old and new teachers, readers react to a column about Syrian refugee resettlement and three other stories to start your day.
Guided tours are available Tuesday though Sunday during the Christmas season
She was born Mary Alice Lechlitner on Dec. 8, 1925
WEST LAFAYETTE — Devine Redding demonstrated just how to do it.
When combined with traditional mammograms, tomosynthesis technology may allow a 40 percent or greater chance to detect breast cancer.
By partnering with Indiana Small Business Development Center and MutualBank, the owners of Fruit Hills Winery have been able to see their dream of owning a business come true.