Pending weather the Elkhart City Street Department will close the following Streets for milling from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ELKHART — Next year, after their athletic programs merge, the Central-Memorial rivalry will be a thing of the past, but tonight, Elkhart fans celebrate with one final Mangy Lion football game.
ELKHART — Elkhart County suffered the largest decrease in weekly average wages in the nation from March 2018 to March 2019, according to a report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Wednesday.
ELKHART — An external audit of the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department, proposed by Mayor Tim Neese after the parks superintendent was charged with embezzlement from his previous job, has been turned down by the City Council.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart Office of Development Services is inviting residents to participate in a series of free fair housing training sessions. These sessions will be held in collaboration with the Fair Housing Center of Central Indiana and aim to educate the public on fair housing laws.
ELKHART — Faith Mission of Elkhart, a Christian social service agency, has a potential buyer for its old thrift store on 1017 S. Main St., but its officials said they hope to get a higher bid from the city.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department has launched a community survey to get public input for the creation of a comprehensive parks master plan.
ELKHART — The likely developers of the former Alick's property on East Jackson Boulevard have been granted access to the site in order to test if the land is favorable to development.
ELKHART — Junior Achievement and Lemonade Day have an announced the winners of nine awards that will be presented at the 2019 Elkhart County Business Legacy Hall of Fame Gala.
ELKHART — Being eliminated from the cornhole tournament Saturday was a blessing in disguise for Rosalyn and Frankie Wallace: It meant they could get to the cars and snow cones quicker.
DUNLAP — Concord Community Schools has a new virtual academy for the new school year designed to offer high school students an option to a traditional brick-and-mortar setting, officials said.
ELKHART — Two Elkhart natives may have more reason to believe in fate since discovering that they are both in the six-person cohort of Ph.D. students at Syracuse University’s Department of Religion that will begin studies this summer.
ELKHART — A record-breaking crowd of industry leaders, friends, colleagues and guests gathered at RV/MH Hall of Fame on Monday night to help celebrate the induction of the Class of 2019 into the RV/MH Hall of Fame.
ELKHART — Crowds began gathering along orange fencing and in riverfront parks Friday afternoon for the start of games, music, food, fireworks and other festivities all centered around USAC-sanctioned go-kart racing.
ELKHART— Hundreds of students and their families recently got an early taste of dining options that may be offered at Elkhart Community Schools for the upcoming school year.
ELKHART — Elkhart Health & Aquatics has forged a new partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County to run an elite basketball league for students. The sports league is expected to start in January at the facility’s indoor courts at 200 E. Jackson Blvd.
ELKHART — Riverview Park Softball Complex in Elkhart will host nearly 20 adult and youth softball tournaments this season, including the state’s largest slow-pitch softball tournament of the year.
ELKHART — A favorite musical series came to an end when the Elkhart Municipal Band played its last summer concert Tuesday in front of hundreds at McNaughton Park.
ELKHART — Some Elkhart residents said they suspect race has a role in how the mayor and City Council are handling recent out-of-state embezzlement charges against parks superintendent Randall Norton.
ELKHART — Community leaders are addressing the elephants in the room: Diversifying the economy, creating housing options, and attracting and retaining talent.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Education Foundation welcomes kids of all ages and their families to the fifth annual Elkhart Education Foundation Kick Off Classic on from 5- 9 p.m. Aug. 24. Presented by Centier Bank, the city-wide back to school event is has something for everyone.
ELKHART — Local bikers were stuffing their motorcycles with notebooks, pens and rulers on Saturday. They are not going back to school, but rather making sure that students in Elkhart have the supplies they need.
ELKHART — Police have confirmed that the shooting at Stratford Commons Wednesday morning followed a dispute among the tenants who were killed.
ELKHART — Even though programming at the Tolson Center hasn’t existed since the summer of 2018, young people have been able to play basketball there in the first six months of 2019, through the community’s generosity.
ELKHART — A heavy storm in the night of July 11 caused such extensive damage to trees, in addition other property, that the Elkhart Public Buildings & Grounds Maintenance Department is still working to catch up, according to department head Mike Lightner.
ELKHART — Elkhart parks superintendent Randall Norton offered his resignation to Mayor Tim Neese, R, twice on Tuesday, after Norton was charged with embezzlement from his previous employer on Monday.
ELKHART — The recently appointed superintendent of the Elkhart Parks & Recreation Department has been charged with embezzling from his former employer, according to Wood TV8 in Michigan.
ELKHART — An Elkhart woman is accused of killing her husband by stabbing him once in the chest during a night of drinking, while their children were upstairs watching TV.
ELKHART — Police are investigating the stabbing death of a 33-year-old Elkhart man who was fatally wounded Saturday morning in the 300 block of Jefferson Street in Elkhart.