ELKHART — Republican candidate for Elkhart mayor Dave Miller raised 41% more money than Democrat Rod Roberson from April 12 through Oct. 18, according to campaign finance reports.
BRISTOL — The Bristol Town Council sided both with residents and the Elkhart County Planning Commission in denying a request for a business rezoning.
ELKHART — Doug and Danielle Nieman recently purchased their first hybrid camper, but said eventually they know they’ll want to upgrade to something else.
OSCEOLA — Ahead of a vote by county officials that could greenlight the expansion of the Osceola Dragway, neighbors who oppose the plan put their message on display Thursday.
WHITE PIGEON, Mich. — A police officer from the Bristol Police Department fatally shot a man who rammed his patrol car following a pursuit across the state line into White Pigeon early Friday.
GOSHEN — The 13th annual Gathering at Five Medals this weekend will feature native history, storytelling and a prairie skirmish, according to organizers.
ELKHART — Champion Manufacturing Inc. has decided to remain in Elkhart, although the company will be moving to another location down the road from the current site.
GOSHEN — Ivy Tech Community College and Elkhart Community Schools are starting a new partnership that will focus on increasing training opportunities for residents in the area of machine tool technology and computer numerical control machining, officials announced on Tuesday.
GOSHEN — The Democratic candidate for Goshen clerk-treasurer is facing criticism from his Republican rival for using a quote from a newspaper editorial that she says is meant to look like an endorsement.
GOSHEN — A judge will decide by the end of the year whether to allow certain evidence that led to the arrest of a suspect in a Goshen College professor’s 2011 murder.
MIDDLEBURY — Over 100 riders saddled up to take part in an 8-mile trail ride to benefit LoveWay Therapeutic Equestrian Services on Saturday, but about four times that many volunteers help to make those services a reality, according to organizers.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County officials expect to start seeing a profit on the county-owned fiber optic network in the coming years, the Redevelopment Commission has learned.
ELKHART — Local officials are urging residents to continue to take precautionary measures to avoid getting the eastern equine encephalitis after state officials confirmed the death of an Elkhart County resident as a result of the mosquito-transmitted disease.
ELKHART — City maintenance crews are preparing for the first round of fall leaf pickup, scheduled to begin on Monday, Oct. 21, and end on Friday, Dec. 13, as weather permits.
ELKHART — Republican candidate for mayor Dave Miller vowed to press ahead with his campaign despite a fainting spell Monday that cut short a debate with his opponent.
ELKHART — City of Elkhart forestry crews will soon be making their final rounds through the city before changing back to the winter call-in schedule for brush pickup.
ELKHART — A group of local investors is proposing to build 100,000 square feet of mixed-use development to surround the Elkhart Health & Aquatics Center in the River District.
GOSHEN — Jurors heard on Wednesday about the many dead-ends detectives encountered while investigating a 2009 murder before they charged a Union City, Tennessee, man nearly a decade later.
ELKHART — While three City Council members can already rest assured they will keep their jobs after the Nov. 5 election, the remaining six, all Republicans, face challengers.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County Parks will be holding the 13th annual Gathering at Five Medals the weekend of Oct. 19-20, at River Preserve County Park, transporting visitors back in time to experience life in the Great Lakes region beginning with the arrival of French fur traders in the 1670s and e…
ELKHART — Republican Dave Miller and Democrat Rod Roberson staked out positions on law enforcement, investment in the River District, education and other issues during a wide-ranging debate between the two mayoral candidates.
ELKHART — An additional appropriation of $3.4 million was approved Monday night by the Elkhart City Council for investments in a new combined police and fire station.
ELKHART — Josh Owens, the 34-year-old CEO of SupplyKick in Indianapolis, says improving Indiana schools would be his top priority if he is elected governor in 2020.
ELKHART — The process of getting a 2020 budget for the City of Elkhart is well under way, with the first three nights of budget hearings having passed this week.
BRISTOL — ADEC thanked community leaders who are helping them employ their clients Friday afternoon. For their inaugural ADEC Community Employment Luncheon, ADEC invited 14 employers who have been able to retain ADEC clients as employees for at least a year, though many have been there much longer.
GOSHEN — In fall 2020, Goshen College will open a new center for the communications department in the west wing of the Newcomer Center, bringing together television, radio, print and other media under one roof.
ELKHART — The Lerner Theatre’s annual deficit is expected to almost triple in 2020 compared to what was planned for 2019 as the city makes additional investments in the historic downtown showpiece.
ELKHART — Early precautions seem to have worked in favor of beekeepers in Elkhart County after aerial sprays of insecticide aimed at killing mosquitoes carrying eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) were conducted at dusk Wednesday.
GOSHEN — Goshen firefighters are still picking up the pieces, drying out their living quarters and assessing the damage after a 3-ton limb fell on the roof of Central Fire Station last week.