ELKHART— The second Jimmy John's sandwich shop in Elkhart is opening on Tuesday, but it's old hat for owner Andy Knapcik.
ELKHART — The Electric Brew has become one of the top local coffee shops and social establishments in two downtown areas — Elkhart and Goshen.
Lucy Withers, 33, of Macy, Ind. runs one of the two elephant ear stands her family owns at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair. Four members of the Withers family run the stands as part of Withers Concessions.
The old wooden stairs creak under the feet of visitors inside the 179-year-old mill as they walk up to the second floor at the Bonneyville Mill outside Bristol.
Bryn Jones and his parents own W.O.T. Fabrication and Engineering, at 23199 U.S. 33. The shop is run part time for now while the Joneses work full time elsewhere to support it.
Ryan Reynolds, 28, of Elkhart, has been a tattoo artist for 5½ years. He works at Witchhammer Tattoo, located at 26084 C.R. 6 in Elkhart. The shop can be reached at 574-226-0357 and is open seven days a week: Sundays through Thursdays from 3 to 9 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 3 to 10 p.m.
Bernie Payne, of Elkhart, has been an auctioneer since 1962. He does estate sales, antiques, farms, business close-outs and more. To contact Payne, call him at 219-522-3724.
Central Hardware has been on Elkhart’s west side since 1949. Former owner John Haas has sold the store to new owner Rob Stewart. Haas is staying on to help Stewart and teach him the store’s pump-servicing shop. Central Hardware specializes in irrigation supply, well and pump servicing.The st…
Angie Troyer is the Elkhart County Clerk’s Office voting outreach coordinator. With the primary election on Tuesday, Troyer is encouraging voters to get to the polls and let their voices be heard.
Kelby Rose is the director at the Elkhart County Historical Museum, where he has served since June. The museum, located at 304 W. Vistula St., Bristol, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.