Goshen Roundup: Chickens, the Elkhart County 4-H Fair's concert lineup, the U.S. 33 rerouting project and more
In case you missed it: Council decided on an urban chickens ordinance, the Elkhart County 4-H Fair's concert lineup was released and plans to reroute part of U.S. 33 were some of the most-read stories of the week.
Posted on March 21, 2014 at 12:47 p.m.
In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of this week’s top news stories in Goshen:
Austin’s Band of Heathens making Ignition debut: If you’re a fan of Wilco, Sons of Bill or Dawes, you might want to check these guys out. They’ll be rocking Ignition Music Garage on Tuesday, March 25, but get tickets soon because shows there tend to sell out.
LaCasa still seeking applicants for this spring’s Help-a-House in Goshen: Help-a-House is an income-based program that helps people make improvements to their homes, so they have a safer, more energy efficient place to live. LaCasa Inc., the nonprofit group that organizes the event each year, is looking for homeowners to participate and volunteers to help out in May.
Hiring event draws hundreds in Goshen: Business reporter Jeff Parrott headed out to a job fair for Lippert Components. The company announced earlier this week that it had planned to hire up to 300 people.