GOSHEN — Local fair food connoisseurs only have to wait one more week before they can munch on steak tips, elephant ears and strawberry shortcake.
GOSHEN — A judge has combined two lawsuits against Goshen Hospital over potential infections during surgery, while more plaintiffs are seeking to join what could become a class-action suit on behalf of over 1,000 people.
ELKHART — A revamp of one of Elkhart’s main thoroughfares is about to begin, marked by a groundbreaking ceremony and speeches Wednesday at one intersection.
GOSHEN — A construction company owner is asking a judge to review a $50,000 fine imposed by the county, though thousands more in penalties may also be pending.
GOSHEN — The parade was canceled amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but the rest of Goshen’s Memorial Day program went mostly as usual as locals came together Monday morning to honor their fallen heroes.
NEW PARIS — The sun beamed down on dozens of residents in New Paris as they gathered for a Memorial Day ceremony to reflect, pause, remember and give thanks for patriots who paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend the freedoms all Americans enjoy.
GOSHEN — In the Democratic primary for the Indiana House District 49 seat, a Goshen School Board member working for Pete Buttigieg’s PAC is up against a former attorney who has had his share of scrapes with the party and the legal system.
ELKHART — Gyms across Indiana are starting to reopen for the first time in two months as Stage 3 of Gov. Eric Holcomb’s “Back on Track” plan went into effect on Friday – two days earlier than previously planned.
ELKHART — Homeless people in need of isolation due to COVID-19 have been finding temporary shelter at Elkhart Central High School, an arrangement now being criticized.
BRISTOL — Several employees of Utilimaster say the truck manufacturer is not doing enough to keep workers safe from COVID-19, which has spread among employees.
With the start of the Stage 3 scheduled to begin this weekend in the governor’s five-stage plan for reopening the state, local officials and residents have announced plans to open buildings, revealed additional closures and made arrangements to continue feeding those hit hardest by the coron…
GOSHEN — Former Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers is challenging longtime incumbent Mike Yoder on the Republican primary ballot for the county Board of Commissioners.
GOSHEN — Posters advertising shows dating back to the early 20th century are being preserved and moved for all to see after staying out of the spotlight for decades in old dressing rooms.
WESTVILLE — An Elkhart man serving a 60-year sentence after he admitted to a 1996 murder is asking to finish his time on house arrest for the sake of his health.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Elkhart teen’s conviction for attempted murder has been reversed by the state appeals court, which says his mother should have been allowed to attend the trial.
ELKHART — The typical spring at Wellfield is bustling with members and guests from around the region with the most frequently asked questions being, “What flower is this?” or “Can I book a tour for my group?”
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart is coming from a position of strength in facing the coronavirus-related financial impact that will hit over the coming years.
GOSHEN — Indiana restaurants began resuming limited dine-in services this week, but the doors at one downtown Goshen café will remain closed.
ELKHART — Thirty-two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Elkhart County on Tuesday, and three more county residents have died of the virus, bringing the total to 21.
MIDDLEBURY — Food Bank of Northern Indiana held a drive-thru food distribution in Middlebury on Monday, but fewer people attended than organizers had anticipated.