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ELKHART — If you wish you knew your neighbors a bit better, Vibrant Communities may be able to help; your neighborhood could even end up looking better in the process.

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ELKHART — A local court has entered a nearly $7 million judgment against the buyers of Concord Mall, who also face new accusations in federal court of fraud.

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ELKHART — Families interested in getting off their devices for a few hours of hands-on fun may wish to consider the E3 Robotics Centers’ annual Stem Fest-themed Fast or Slow, Chemistry Makes It Go!

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GOSHEN — A Michigan man has been arrested on charges of causing a death in a four-vehicle crash in Elkhart in 2018.

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GOSHEN — Economic and community policy experts from Ball State University say Elkhart County should consider what it’s giving away when it grants tax breaks to big businesses.

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ELKHART — The Elkhart Parks and Recreation Department will host the ninth annual Island Park Trunk or Treat from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at downtown’s Island Park

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GOSHEN — Goshen Common Council passed next year’s budget after making reductions of nearly $1.8 million.

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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 — A merit-based system to provide some city employees with raises in 2022 has divided the City Council, mostly along party lines.

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ELKHART — Oscar H. Sheets died in November, at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, a scourge that has now claimed its 500th victim in Elkhart County, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.

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GOSHEN — County officials have rejected plans for a 100-megawatt solar facility in Benton Township.

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ELKHART — Stretched thin by the added workload caused by the pandemic and a shortage of nurses, Elkhart General Hospital could use a helping hand, President Carl Risk says.

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ELKHART — The Ruthmere Museum Fall Concert Series begins Thursday, Oct. 14, when Ruthmere presents the winner of the fourth annual Robert B. Beardsley Piano Prize, Dr. Daniel Lin.

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ELKHART — The Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition (NIHHC), in partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health and Radio La Raza WKAM-1460, will hold another drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, in the parking lot of NIHHC’s E…

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MIDDLEBURY — Hayrides, s'mores and a weinie roast are part of Middlebury's upcoming Hometown Harvest celebration. 

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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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GOSHEN — An Evansville man has received a 16-year sentence, but no prison time, after admitting to inflicting severe injury on a pair of one-month-old twins.

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GOSHEN — The training process for a regional water rescue squad includes strapping into a seat and being held underwater, upside down, for several long minutes.

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ELKHART — Lt. Carl Conway, facing a disciplinary proceeding this week to remove him from the ranks of the Elkhart Police Department, has resigned, according to a news release from the department.

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An array of outdoor programs are being offered this month through the Elkhart County Parks. A morning bird walk along Pumpkinvine Nature Trail was Wednesday, and other events included in October’s lineup include a group dog walk and hiking club.

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ELKHART — City Council this month will vote on HVAC upgrades worth more than $2.5 million, spread across several buildings.

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ELKHART — This year’s Men of Honor Gala, hosted by Indiana Black Expo Elkhart Chapter, will feature two-time Olympian, seven-time USA champion and current Ohio State track coach Khaderis Robinson as the keynote speaker.

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ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson’s $92.6 million budget is well on its way to final passage after the City Council gave tentative approval for almost every department’s budgets at a hearing on Saturday.