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ELIZABETH, N.J. — Megabus, one of the largest bus companies in North America, on Wednesday announced a new partnership with Miller Transportation, one of the largest transportation companies serving the Midwest.

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MIDDLEBURY — Recreational vehicle manufacturer Jayco Inc. has opened an on-site health care facility for its employees through a joint venture with Goshen Health.

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ELKHART — The Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce will host the first Third House Meeting of this year’s legislative session from noon to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27, at 418 S. Main St., Elkhart.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with national partners America Succeeds and Lightcast to promote the “High Demand for Durable Skills” report, which emphasizes the importance of durable skills and which of these skills are most in demand by Hoosier employers.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Elkhart County Commissioner Suzanne Weirick was elected 2023 treasurer of the Indiana Association of County Commissioners (IACC) during the organization’s annual conference.

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GOSHEN — A new towable RV manufacturing firm unveiled its first unit off the production line Thursday.

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CLEVELAND — Criminal charges have been filed against a former Elkhart business owner more than three years after allegations surfaced that he committed millions of dollars in wire fraud.

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ELKHART — Fiber-optic internet service provider Surf Internet SM has announced the addition of two professionals to its leadership team: Randy Steines has been named vice president and corporate controller, while Jorge Rodriguez joins Surf as senior director of operations-strategic planning …

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ELKHART — Lippert Components Inc. announced the launch of the Lippert Cares Foundation, a nonprofit for Lippert team members experiencing unforeseen financial hardships, according to a news release.

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GOSHEN — Time is running out on filing for real estate tax deductions for 2022 taxes payable in 2023. New deduction applications must be completed and dated by Dec. 31, and filed with the Elkhart County Auditor’s office on or before Jan. 5.

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BRISTOL — Chris Kingsley has been named ADEC’s new president and chief executive officer.

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INDIANAPOLIS — Improving K-12 outcomes for students of all races and income levels and greatly elevating the postsecondary attainment levels of Indiana’s adult workforce are the most significant challenges facing the state, according to the Indiana Chamber of Commerce.

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ELKHART — Indiana Michigan Power (I&M) plans to invest $17 million to replace a 60-year-old power line in hopes of improving electric reliability and efficiency for customers in Elkhart, officials said.

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ELKHART — A significant drop from the record high number of recreational vehicles produced in the same month last year was being described Tuesday as a return to normalcy rather than any decline in demand.

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ELKHART — Hundreds of local entrepreneurs, investors and other stakeholders gathered Wednesday for the second annual Startup Summit called Founder Factory where ideas were shared to help them become more successful in their ventures.

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SHIPSHEWANA — Sonya Nash of Granger, a 22-year veterans of the Elkhart County Convention & Visitors Bureau, has been hired as the new executive director of the LaGrange County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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ELKHART — The Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new South Bend Orthopaedics Elkhart Physical and Occupational Therapy location at 5230 Beck Drive.

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GOSHEN — A new imaging device at Goshen Hospital is being touted for being able to detect smaller lesions in shorter scan times and reducing radiation risk for patients.

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ELKHART — The unemployment rate in the Elkhart-Goshen metropolitan area remained near historic lows in September, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development said Monday.

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ELKHART — The Greater Elkhart Chamber’s Business Diversity Initiative will hold its third annual Celebrating Minority Business Excellence Dinner on at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, at the Lerner Theatre inside their majestic Crystal Ballroom, 410 S. Main St.

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ELKHART — More than twice the number of job seekers attended a twice-a-year job fair Thursday compared with the spring event, but fewer than half the number of employers participated.

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GOSHEN — Horizon Education Alliance is partnering with businesses and other organizations for a seventh year to provide eighth-graders in Elkhart County with educational Manufacturing Day tours.

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MERRILLVILLE — Due to current market price projections for natural gas and assuming normal winter weather, NIPSCO natural gas residential customers could expect their winter heating bills this season to be higher when compared to last year. This is in line with trends across much of the country.

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ELKHART — Premier Arts presents “Little House on the Prairie: The Musical” sponsored by Grand Design Recreational Vehicles and The Welter Foundation.

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ELKHART — After 38 years of service to Coachmen, 14-plus of which have been under Forest River, Michael R. Terlep has announced plans to retire at the end of the year.

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ELKHART — Junior Achievement & Lemonade Day serving Elkhart County is celebrating seven years of honoring local entrepreneurs, visionaries and community leaders during the 7th Annual Business Legacy Gala Hall of Fame.

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ELKHART — Kevin Deary, who is retiring as president/CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County on Dec. 31, will take on a new role at the Community Foundation Of Elkhart County.

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ELKHART — In partnership with the Greater Elkhart Chamber Business Diversity Initiative, the Elkhart Chapter of Indiana Black Expo is planning its Michiana Black Business Networking event from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at the Elkhart Railroad Museum, 721 S. Main St.

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ELKHART — Recreational vehicle makers say catering to consumer preference is important and something they believe they executed with their latest models.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s Coolest Thing Made in Indiana contest returns to crown a new Hoosier manufacturer that personifies the innovative spirit. Entries for the fan-voted competition are being accepted through Oct. 20.

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