ELKHART — Halloween season is here, and one local family is taking it to the next level to help people get in the spirit.
ELKHART — A local court has entered a nearly $7 million judgment against the buyers of Concord Mall, who also face new accusations in federal court of fraud.
ELKHART — Families interested in getting off their devices for a few hours of hands-on fun may wish to consider the E3 Robotics Centers’ annual Stem Fest-themed Fast or Slow, Chemistry Makes It Go!
ELKHART — The Elkhart Parks and Recreation Department will host the ninth annual Island Park Trunk or Treat from noon to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, at downtown’s Island Park
ELKHART — Stretched thin by the added workload caused by the pandemic and a shortage of nurses, Elkhart General Hospital could use a helping hand, President Carl Risk says.
ELKHART — The Ruthmere Museum Fall Concert Series begins Thursday, Oct. 14, when Ruthmere presents the winner of the fourth annual Robert B. Beardsley Piano Prize, Dr. Daniel Lin.
ELKHART — The Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition (NIHHC), in partnership with the Indiana State Department of Health and Radio La Raza WKAM-1460, will hold another drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine and testing clinic from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, in the parking lot of NIHHC’s E…
ELKHART — A two-week police detail has resulted in the arrest of a suspected catalytic converter thief, the Elkhart Police Department announced Friday.
ELKHART — Amazon on Thursday announced plans to expand its investment in Indiana by opening two new buildings in Elkhart County to support operations closer to customers.
ELKHART — Lt. Carl Conway, facing a disciplinary proceeding this week to remove him from the ranks of the Elkhart Police Department, has resigned, according to a news release from the department.
ELKHART — This year’s Men of Honor Gala, hosted by Indiana Black Expo Elkhart Chapter, will feature two-time Olympian, seven-time USA champion and current Ohio State track coach Khaderis Robinson as the keynote speaker.
ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson’s $92.6 million budget is well on its way to final passage after the City Council gave tentative approval for almost every department’s budgets at a hearing on Saturday.
ELKHART — Mayor Rod Roberson is proposing a $92.6 million budget for 2022 that he sees as his first opportunity to truly shape the city in the way he envisions.
ELKHART — Making the decision to retire wasn't easy for Chris Snyder, who spent 24 years with the Elkhart Police Department. Around noon on Friday — his first day as a retired officer — it hadn't really sunk in yet, he said. But he is trying.
GOSHEN — A judge has granted a request to redact from court records certain personal details of a man accused of striking two teens with his truck, killing one.
ELKHART — The New Horizons Band of Elkhart is back and ready to bring some music to the community after a long hiatus from the COVID-19 pandemic, members said.
GOSHEN — The attorney for an Elkhart woman set to stand trial for murder says there’s no conflict despite his past representation of the victim’s relatives.
ELKHART — City officials on Wednesday announced trick-or-treating hours and urged participants to leave their porch lights or other exterior lighting on for the duration of the event.
ELKHART — Police say a woman who led Elkhart officers into St. Joseph County in a stolen vehicle admitted to drinking from a bottle of wine during the nearly 20-minute chase.
ELKHART — Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary is seeing upward trends in enrollment statistics this fall, including the highest number of degree-seeking graduate students since 2010.
ELKHART — History buffs have a chance to prevent their jogging shoes from collecting dust next week, as the Elkhart County Historical Museum offers a historic walking tour of Elkhart.
ELKHART — Heart City Health will host its second Heart Beat of the City multilocation concert with live performers at a ticketed event at Lex530 and simultaneous free concert locations with additional live performers at the Tolson Center and at Goshen Brewing Company.
ELKHART — The city may have to spend $1 million to replace The Lerner Theatre’s heating and cooling system, which was installed during the theater renovation a decade ago but was “extraordinarily undersized.”
GOSHEN — An Elkhart woman accused of a fatal shooting in 2019 faces up to 85 years in prison after a judge allowed a sentence enhancement just weeks before trial.
ELKHART — Volunteers worked with the Elkhart Environmental Center (EEC) and staff from the city Parks and Public Works departments on Saturday to clean up sections of the Elkhart River as part of the EEC’s annual river cleanup event.
ELKHART — Organizers with the Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition (NIHHC) said they were pleased with the turnout for simultaneous drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinics on Saturday in Elkhart and Warsaw.