BRISTOL — Three men are accused of gang-raping a woman during a June incident in Bristol.
BRISTOL — An advanced manufacturing plant on the outskirts of town “checks off all the boxes” on Elkhart County’s list of economic development goals, officials said, including good-paying jobs in a high-tech industry by a solid company.
BRISTOL — Fans of the sitcom “Friends” may feel inspired when they learn of two of the latest animals available for adoption at the Humane Society of Elkhart County.
BRISTOL — Gifts for more than 100 people with intellectual and development disabilities were delivered early this week by Santa Claus and his helpers, ensuring a bright Christmas despite limits caused by the pandemic.
GOSHEN — Republican state Sen. Blake Doriot is being challenged for his District 12 seat in this election, as retired businessman Charles Mumaw, a Democrat, runs for the Senate for the third time.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will present the “Virtual Stories of Elkhart: The County Home” program on two occasions this week, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 17, and 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18.
BRISTOL — The coronavirus has created many limitations and put millions of Americans out of a job. At the truck manufacturer Utilimaster, where the demand for delivery trucks means there is plenty of work to do, the job application process looks a little different than usual this summer.
BRISTOL — Pontoon boat manufacturer Barletta Boat Co. announced plans Friday to expand its operations in Elkhart County and nearly double its workforce, creating up to 250 new jobs over the next few years.
BRISTOL — Top elected officials and community leaders joined company executives Friday in celebrating construction of the Ameri-Kart manufacturing plant, a 234,000-square-foot facility that will consolidate the firm’s Indiana and Michigan operations.
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…
BRISTOL — A Michigan man faces firearm and false ID charges after police allegedly found him with an illegal handgun and a collection of fake driver’s licenses during a traffic stop.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will present the “Museum Matinee: Bristiol Fruit Hills,” program at 11 a.m. Friday at the Elkhart County Historical Museum.
BRISTOL — The opening of an additional Utilimaster vehicle-production facility in Elkhart County is expected to create 200 more jobs, Spartan Motors Inc. said.
GOSHEN — An Elkhart man facing a murder charge in the 2015 disappearance of his uncle has accepted a court-appointed attorney until he can hire his own lawyer.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will be offering “Stories of Elkhart County: Exploring Hoosiers and the Places They Reside” from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday at The Elkhart County Historical Museum, 304 W. Vistula, Bristol.
BRISTOL — As fraternal organizations continue to struggle locally and worldwide, the George Washington 523 Masonic Lodge is making efforts to grow its membership and open its facility for community fellowship events.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will be discussing E. Hill Turnock during their next Museum Matinee program at 11 a.m. Feb. 14 at the Elkhart County Historical Museum, 304 W. Vistula St.
BRISTOL — A national exhibit focusing on the changes of life in rural American is spending some time at the Elkhart Historical Museum and has been expanded thanks to the work of the museum staff.
BRISTOL — Town officials have launched the process of creating the community’s first comprehensive plan, one aimed at 2030, “A Grand Vision for our Hometown.”
BRISTOL — Mary Ryman, 76, walked into the Bristol fire station Saturday expecting a small gathering for her retirement party as she prepares to end her 46-year tenure as Bristol’s clerk-treasurer at the end of this year.
GOSHEN — A startup metal casting company has scaled back plans as it moves into an unused Bristol plant, but still intends to hire close to 300 workers.
In Bristol, Democrat Cathy Antonelli defeated Republican Bonnie Frye for the position of clerk-treasurer, which is being vacated by 46-year town employee Mary Ryman.