ELKHART — The red carpet will be rolled out this week for recreational vehicle dealers throughout North America and beyond as a massive RV show returns to the city following a two-year hiatus.
ELKHART — Residents worked with the Elkhart Environmental Center (EEC) and staff from the Parks and Public Works departments last weekend to clean up sections of the Elkhart River as part of the EEC’s annual river cleanup event.
GOSHEN — Jurors were not convinced by Christian Maradiaga’s claims that a 4-year-old who died in his care last year slipped in the shower and hit his head.
ELKHART — An Elkhart Community Schools after-school program that provides an avenue for students to express themselves and showcase their artistic abilities is getting ready to open its doors to the community.
ELKHART — The driver of Jackie Walorski’s vehicle was attempting to pass a truck at a high rate of speed when it collided with an oncoming vehicle, police said Friday.
NAPPANEE — A highlight of the 46th Annual Nappanee Apple Festival came out of the oven Friday, a 7-foot, 600-pound masterpiece baked to golden brown perfection.
ELKHART — The Elkhart County Symphony and the Elkhart Public Library have partnered to present a free series of small ensemble concerts and readings to celebrate the symphony’s 75th anniversary.
ELKHART — Stemm-Lawson-Peterson Funeral Home and Cremation Center in Elkhart has partnered with the Disabled American Veterans Chapter 15 of Goshen to sponsor a veterans bus trip on Wednesday, Oct. 12.
GOSHEN — The Maple City Health Care Center board has announced the appointment of Paul Shetler Fast to a three-year term as its executive director.
SOUTH BEND — One of two Elkhart Police officers accused of beating a restrained prisoner will not go on trial until next year after he expressed fears of guilt by association.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will presenting a performance of the Acting Ensemble’s “Kluckers: Indiana and the 1920s KKK,” a play written and directed by Jim Geisel.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Environmental Center (EEC) and staff from the Parks and Public Works departments are inviting volunteers to help clean up sections of the Elkhart and St. Joseph rivers as part of EEC’s annual river cleanup.
BRISTOL — When people question the town of Bristol being the self-proclaimed “Corn Dog Capital of the World,” Mike Yoder tells them to prove him wrong.
MIDDLEBURY — The League of Women Voters of Elkhart County Meet The Candidates Forum will be hosted by the Middlebury Public Library at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 29, the organization announced Monday.
MIDDLEBURY — A federal grant will help the town of Middlebury move forward with a multimillion-dollar wastewater infrastructure upgrade on the town’s south side.