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

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

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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 — 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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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.

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ELKHART — Among the many cancellations and postponements came announcements Thursday that some local services still are available, including bus service and online library services.

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ELKHART — Elkhart City Council is considering an additional $500,000 to help fight a lawsuit brought on by a man whose attempted murder conviction was overturned.

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ELKHART — Although some local restaurants are trying delivery service for the first time and adjusting their menus following a statewide ban on sit-down service, the changes won’t be enough to avoid layoffs.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart RV parts maker has agreed to a nearly $10,000 penalty after a state safety inspection found serious issues with a mechanical power press.

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ELKHART — Two Elkhart men were arrested on drug charges after an undercover investigation netted a stash of marijuana valued at $140,000 or more.

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GOSHEN — All seven school districts in Elkhart County on Saturday announced they would be closed in the weeks ahead, falling in line with a flurry of other cancellations and closings aimed at preventing the spread of coronavirus. 

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ELKHART — Though ticket sales are delayed, the Elkhart Jazz Festival has no plans to cancel or delay as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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ELKHART — Though no cases of coronavirus had been confirmed in Elkhart County by Thursday afternoon, events were canceled, venues were shut down and local officials encourage caution.

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ELKHART — All events in March at The Lerner Theatre have been postponed or canceled due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus, officials announced Thursday.

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ELKHART — Two people were taken to the hospital on Monday morning after a crash on C.R. 6 west of Elkhart Municipal Airport. One is in serious condition.

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ELKHART — The developers of high-end condominiums at the former Alick’s property are asking for an extension to begin construction.

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ELKHART — Indiana Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch touched on a wide range of issues, from housing to economics, during the Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce annual meeting Friday afternoon.

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ELKHART — To minimize the spread of diseases such as the flu or coronavirus, Beacon Health System and Goshen Health both announced Friday they would temporarily change their guidelines for patient visitors, effective immediately.

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ELKHART — The city will spend $5 million on constructing a new and improved Tolson Center following an 8-0 vote Monday evening by City Council.

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ELKHART — When two Elkhart police chases ended fatally in June, then-Mayor Tim Neese asked the groups already reviewing the Police Department last fall to see if there might be an issue with how the department engaged in vehicle pursuits.

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ELKHART — As it prepares to open in March, Shepherd’s Cove Clothing Pantry is announcing changes, including a new executive director, new hours and a renovated lobby and restrooms.

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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.