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.
ELKHART — Doug and Danielle Nieman recently purchased their first hybrid camper, but said eventually they know they’ll want to upgrade to something else.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 — An Elkhart woman whose house burned in June claims her insurance company is being slow to compensate her and clean up the property because the house was in a black neighborhood.
ELKHART — The candidates for Elkhart mayor were asked on Wednesday just how they would tackle one of local government’s newer issues if they are elected this November.
ELKHART — Elkhart police stopped an armed robbery at a Bristol Street dollar store Sunday after an employee’s husband called 911 because he heard two men burst into the store while on the phone with her.
ELKHART — A new financial study of the City of Elkhart shows the city is in a unique position, according to the consulting firm that presented its findings to officials.
ELKHART — Mayoral candidates Rod Roberson and Dave Miller, at a debate Thursday hosted by the Greater Elkhart Young Professionals, spoke to how the city can become better for young professionals.
ELKHART — Portions of Main Street and Lexington Avenue in downtown will be closed for weeks with the demolition of 131 S. Main St., Mayor Tim Neese has announced.
ELKHART — When 131 S. Main St. in downtown Elkhart is demolished later this year, some members of the City Council want the property to be transferred to City of Elkhart ownership.
ELKHART — Restoration of a fountain and statue honoring the city’s founder after they were damaged by a car crash more than two years ago shows how much the city values its history and continues to celebrate its entrepreneurial spirit, community leaders said Monday.
ELKHART — Almost a year after the Elkhart Police Department faced national scrutiny over an alleged cover-up of police brutality, a proposed Use of Force Review Board has yet to be formed and no news has come from an independent review of the department.
ELKHART — Members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees are calling out what they claim are bully tactics from the City of Elkhart’s contract negotiator, Carol McDowell Loshbough.
ELKHART — The upcoming week promises to be an exceptional one for Elkhart and the RV industry, as the RV Technical Institute opens for the first time, the city hosts the 2019 Elkhart RV Dealer Open House and musical entertainers Big & Rich, Styx and Keith Urban come to town.
ELKHART — It's time to knock down walls built in the past, Elkhart Chief of Police Chris Snyder said at a Thursday evening community discussion about race relations in the city.
ELKHART — Lacasa Inc. is preparing for its newest building project, the Modular Workforce Housing Pilot Program, to address a particular kind of housing shortage.