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LOS ANGELES — A planned foreclosure auction of the largest modern home in the country has been delayed after billionaire lender Don Hankey was accused of maneuvering to take control of the troubled Bel-Air project and leave other debt holders out in the cold.

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GOSHEN — Lippert Components has agreed to pay a $5,000 penalty after the state carried out safety inspections following a worker injury in spring.

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ELKHART — Elkhart County lawmakers urge Hoosiers to take advantage of Indiana's Next Level Jobs certificate program to skill up at no cost and obtain a higher-paying job.

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ELKHART — Amazon on Thursday announced plans to expand its investment in Indiana by opening two new buildings in Elkhart County to support operations closer to customers.

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ELKHART — WorkOne Northern Indiana and the Beacon Health & Fitness Center will host a Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, at the Elkhart Aquatics Center, 200 Jackson Blvd., Elkhart

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ELKHART — Label and decal printing company Dec-O-Art, celebrating its 50th year in business by donating to area charities each month, is reaching out to veterans.

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MERRILLVILLE — Natural gas provider NIPSCO submitted a request Wednesday with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) to adjust its base rates – a proposed increase of about 17 percent for the typical residential customer.

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NEW PARIS — Smoker Craft Inc., a fifth-generation, family owned boat and pontoon manufacturer, plans to expand operations in Elkhart County, creating up to 100 jobs by the end of 2024, officials announced Tuesday.

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ELKHART — Half a century after its last guests checked out, the renovated Hotel Elkhart will have its grand opening on Tuesday.

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ELKHART — Small local businesses that can document negative impacts from the pandemic may be able to receive funds through the City of Elkhart, which will make a total of $400,000 available next month.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The unemployment rate in Elkhart County remained among the lowest in the state, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development reported Monday.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Economic Development Corp., in partnership with Conexus Indiana, announced the fourth round of awards totaling more than $2.8 million to 34 Indiana businesses in Manufacturing Readiness Grants to support a projected $17.4 million in technology-based capital investm…

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INDIANAPOLIS — The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged at 4.1 percent for August, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development said Friday.

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GOSHEN — County officials approved several agreements related to a major distribution warehouse project, with many now assuming the company behind it is Amazon.

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ELKHART — Forest River Inc. and Thor Industries have jointly announced the cancellation of Dealer Open House activities due to COVID-19 concerns.

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ELKHART — Working with Integra Certified Document Destruction and the Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce, the city is inviting businesses, nonprofits, schools and residents to drop off their unneeded office paper as part of Clean Your Files Day near Civic Plaza.

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ELKHART — All towing companies hired by the city have been charging fees not permitted in their contract, but when the city found out, it changed the contract to allow higher fees.

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ELKHART — Volunteers from Lippert’s program Lippert Cares helped build an ADA-compliant ramp for the family of one of their own over the weekend.

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SOUTH BEND — Teachers Credit Union has announced the promotions of district managers Marion Fulce and Sandy Seacott to assistant vice president.

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BRISTOL — A startup RV manufacturer has announced plans to throw the project into high gear, led by a founder whose family is well known in the industry.

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GOSHEN — Goshen Health’s Business Health Advantage is teaming up with Lynk Benefits and HR Solutions LLC, and Kruggel, Lawton & Co. LLC to help employers discover cost containment strategies related to health care.

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GOSHEN — Horizon Education Alliance (HEA) in Elkhart County on Friday announced it has received a $500,000 grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies to support the expansion of high-quality apprenticeship opportunities for high school students through CareerWise Elkhart County.

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ELKHART — Converting one-way streets to two-ways, closing part of Waterfall Drive and filling out the “knocked-out teeth” that are the many downtown parking lots are just a few of the ideas – and not the highest reaching – for revitalizing a nine-block section of downtown Elkhart.

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