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ELKHART — A revamp of one of Elkhart’s main thoroughfares is about to begin, marked by a groundbreaking ceremony and speeches Wednesday at one intersection.

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ELKHART — Memorial Day weekend kicks off the Farmers Markets in Elkhart, albeit with some suggested restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak.

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ELKHART — Homeless people in need of isolation due to COVID-19 have been finding temporary shelter at Elkhart Central High School, an arrangement now being criticized.

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ELKHART — The 2020 Elkhart Bike Night is the latest local event to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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GOSHEN — Sitting judges in two courts face opponents in the Republican primary election this year.

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ELKHART — Local residents went through a reverse drive-thru over the weekend, dropping off food instead of taking it.

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ELKHART — A weeklong road closure on Lexington Avenue has been extended by two weeks.

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ELKHART — Several residents in the Pierre Moran neighborhood woke up Friday to discover their tires had been slashed overnight.

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ELKHART — A portion of Bristol Street will be closed for three months starting in late May.

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ELKHART — The typical spring at Wellfield is bustling with members and guests from around the region with the most frequently asked questions being, “What flower is this?” or “Can I book a tour for my group?”

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ELKHART — Late artist Kelby Love’s mural at the intersection of Main and Prairie streets is about to become the property of the City of Elkhart.

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ELKHART — An Elkhart man was arrested after allegedly breaking into a home, setting a small fire and then jumping through a window.

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BRISTOL — A Bristol woman is accused of stabbing a man during an argument, which they both covered up with the stories they initially gave police.

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ELKHART — Thirty-two new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Elkhart County on Tuesday, and three more county residents have died of the virus, bringing the total to 21.

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ELKHART — If a stressful job ever existed, it might be working as a nurse during an unprecedented pandemic that has shut down much of society.

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ELKHART — A garage fire on the city’s south side Friday resulted when the occupant tried to burn a tree stump too close to the building.

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ELKHART — As air travel has taken a nosedive globally in recent months, local airports in Elkhart County aren’t faring much better.

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ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson held his second virtual COVID-19 town hall on Wednesday, discussing how the municipal government is getting back on track while the virus continues to spread.

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ELKHART — Rhapsody Arts & Music Festival is officially canceled.

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ELKHART — The Ruthmere Museum will open for 2020 on June 14 with a “Special Flag Day Free Family Sunday.”

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ELKHART — The rear addition to the building located at 520 S. Main Street in downtown Elkhart collapsed over the weekend. No one was injured.

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ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson has appointed Trina Harris as the city’s 311 coordinator.

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ELKHART — City Council Finance Chairman Arvis Dawson, D-at-large, said the city should spend 15 percent less than planned this year to adjust for COVID-19.

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ELKHART — After weeks of little or no production, the Elkhart County RV industry plans on going back to work next week.

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ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson on Wednesday held his first virtual town hall and addressed the city’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ELKHART — Half the residents at an Elkhart nursing home are presumed positive for COVID-19, and another local nursing home has reported its first COVID-19 death.

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ELKHART — Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary (AMBS) is doubling its dollar-for-dollar church matching grant from $1,000 to $2,000 per academic year, beginning in 2020–21. The grant matches contributions that congregations, conferences and regional churches make toward a student’s tuition…

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ELKHART — Staff members and their families lined up outside Elkhart General Hospital on Thursday to watch as a parade of about 60 police, fire and EMS vehicles rolled past, all silent except for the cheers of appreciation.