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GOSHEN — City and county building offices are still issuing permits for construction and renovation projects as people use the stay-at-home order to carry out home improvements.

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ELKHART — Elkhart County saw a 0.4 percent increase in population between 2018 and 2019, twice the growth rate for the five counties that make up the South Bend-Elkhart Regional Partnership.

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ELKHART — Is there a pothole that keeps bothering you? Have you wondered if there might be an easier way to contact the city to have it fixed? Well, now there is.

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ELKHART — A local COVID-19 information line is up and running, and the Elkhart County Department of Health and the Department of Emergency Management on Wednesday were urging residents not to have garage sales.

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GOSHEN — More parties have joined a lawsuit against Goshen Hospital over potential infectious exposure, but the judge has not yet ruled on class action status.

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GOSHEN — The annual Goshen air show, America’s Freedom Fest, has been canceled due to COVID-19.

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ELKHART — Police officers are urging residents to help keep an eye out for suspicious activity, while other agencies have first responders in quarantine and firefighters are taking precautions to protect themselves from the coronavirus.

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GOSHEN — With infections beginning to appear in Elkhart County that have no clear source, officials are stressing the importance of staying home to stop the spread of COVID-19.

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SOUTH BEND — Several RV makers are accusing a Canadian import broker of inflating currency exchange rates and overcharging them by millions of dollars.

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GOSHEN — As of 10 a.m. Friday, 489 people had been tested for COVID-19 by Goshen Health.

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GOSHEN — The new owners of a generations-old bakery in Goshen are looking to the future even as they try to weather a public health crisis today.

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GOSHEN — A 19-year-old man was shot and killed in Goshen on Thursday night, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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ELKHART — With all shows suspended through April, one of Elkhart’s most vibrant locations is now quiet.

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ELKHART — A $720,000 settlement has been reached with the family of a woman who died in the custody of Elkhart County Community Corrections.

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ELKHART — Nobody seems to know how many people have been tested for COVID-19 in Elkhart County, but getting test results can take up to 12 days.

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MIDDLEBURY — Jayco is donating several RV units to a local health care facility and area first responders in an effort to help with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ELKHART — The RV industry in Indiana has been deemed an essential industry and can keep rolling, according to the RV Industry Association, although another round of temporary plant closings was announced Wednesday.

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ELKHART — City Council on Tuesday night considered a COVID-19 emergency response but voted not to approve the measure immediately.

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GOSHEN — County officials have accepted bids for several home demolitions, but the house of a Goshen woman  damaged in a fire will not be among them.

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ELKHART — Protective gear like masks and gowns are in huge demand at local health care facilities as nurses and doctors fight the coronavirus, county officials say.

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GOSHEN — As Elkhart County grapples with the confirmed presence of COVID-19, officials say there are ways the public can help besides staying home to reduce the spread.

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GOSHEN — County officials have chosen a contractor for the next phase of water line installations in Prairie Creek Run on Elkhart’s north side.

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ELKHART — Two of the industry’s largest manufacturers, Winnebago Industries and Thor Industries, announced plans Monday to temporarily suspend RV production to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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ELKHART — Cedric Rollins, the owner of That Guy’s Gourmet Ribs in Elkhart, had some time on his hands when his catering business was hit by a state order limiting the size of gatherings in an effort to stem the spread of coronavirus.

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GOSHEN — It’s a waiting game until the first confirmed case of COVID-19 appears in Elkhart County, so health and emergency management officials are trying to be ready, the county health board learned Friday.

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GOSHEN — A South Bend man was arrested following a car chase on Thursday, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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ELKHART — Betsy Hershberger didn’t want her father’s funeral to be overshadowed by worries over a pandemic, or to put any of the attendees’ health at risk.