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ELKHART — One or more scam callers are pretending to represent Elkhart Public Works & Utilities and demanding that residents provide debit card information, according to the Mayor’s Office.

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ELKHART — The four Elkhart Public Library branches need renovations, the library’s board believes. A $4 million bond issuance came one step closer to reality at this week’s Elkhart City Council meeting.

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ELKHART — Library patrons rushed to the reopening of Elkhart Public Library locations Monday afternoon.

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ELKHART — Democrats will choose their replacement for former Elkhart City Councilman Gerry Roberts on Aug. 12, the party announced Thursday.

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ELKHART — A woman was taken into custody Thursday after the Elkhart County Regional SWAT Team was called to the scene of a shooting.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man is accused of drunkenly fleeing from police on a moped after stealing hot dogs from a gas station.

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ELKHART — An Indianapolis man is accused of crashing into a car full of people during a fight.

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ELKHART — Members of the city’s two Rotary International clubs met as one for the first time after merging their organizations.

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ELKHART — RV shipment data showed clear improvements in June, as the industry benefited from the number of travelers avoiding planes, trains and hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic, an industry organization said.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man is accused of threatening to shoot passers-by after threatening to hit another man with a tool.

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ELKHART — Police arrested two teenagers after an Elkhart vaping store had break-ins two nights in a row this week.

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ELKHART — Police stopped a man running naked out of a house on fire Wednesday morning.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man is accused of punching an officer hard enough to fracture his jaw after the officer tried to detain him for rolling a suspected marijuana cigarette.

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ELKHART — City officials are considering whether to draft a mask mandate that would supersede an unenforced order implemented by the county three weeks ago.

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ELKHART — The Elkhart Fraternal Order of Police Little League has set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for fire damage to a dugout discovered over the weekend.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man faces meth-dealing charges after a search warrant was executed at his residence.

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ELKHART — The City of Elkhart announced Friday morning that events scheduled for this weekend are canceled due to the coronavirus.

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ELKHART — Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) announced Wednesday that health center operations in Elkhart and Mishawaka will combine and transition patients in the region to the Mishawaka location.

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ELKHART — Elkhart Community Schools parents will have two options for their children when classes resume next month amid efforts to contain the coronavirus, district leaders announced Tuesday night.

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ELKHART — Ami Jewell and Holly White say what they are doing is like an adult version of ding dong ditch. The lifelong friends’ newly created Facebook group, Michiana wine and be wined, lets local women drop off wine, treats and other gifts at the doors of friends they never met.

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ELKHART — For members of The Woof Group, the Dr. Frank Booth Dog Park is about more than having a place to let their dogs get their zoomies out.

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ELKHART — During the COVID-19 pandemic, Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson has given out weekly Humanity in Action awards to residents who have stepped up for others.

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ELKHART — The second Upper St. Joseph River Charity Poker Run is scheduled for noon to 8 p.m. Saturday.

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ELKHART — Some data points come up short in describing the severity of the COVID-19 outbreak in Elkhart County because of a recent backlog in getting test results, health officials say.

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ELKHART — Recently elected City Council member Gerry Roberts is giving up his seat to move out of his district.