The 75-year-old victim came from Michigan, according to police.
Railroad crossing gates on C.R. 13 and C.R. 15 and a train stopped at Hively Avenue near U.S. 33 are all causing a traffic backup in the area.
After eight years in Elkhart, the annual Leprechaun Leap fundraiser and party is moving down south to Goshen.
The Elkhart Youth and Community Center senior dance group prefers rocking out to rocking chairs.
Fortunately, there are lots of opportunities to do so. A meeting is being held for growers this weekend, and plots are available in local community gardens.
The Paezes, from Colombia, will meet with immigration officials, who are considering their request to remain in the country.
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson is also to attend and U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski may take part.
The Elkhart Fire department will dye the Elkhart River green on Saturday to honor the Irish holiday.
A day of shopping and prizes will benefit an Elkhart pregnancy and family resource center.
Both drivers involved in the crash received citations.
The Soil Solutions settlement also doesn't affect VIM Recycling, the original operators of the site.
A grant received by Church Community Services will be used to buy a power generator for the organization's food pantries.
The wood-grinding facility at Old U.S. 33 west of Elkhart has received plenty of attention over the years from regulators, neighbors and others.
Don Litherland was a music educator at Elkhart Memorial from 1973 to 2005.
A Tweet Tuesday announced that Nathan "Napalm" Palmer is coming home to Elkhart to perform his original R&B music in April.
The controversial plant on Old U.S. 33 has been the focus of wrangling and lawsuits for years.