ELKHART — A local confection shop is donating part of its profits to help abandoned cats this December.
ELKHART — The COVID-19 pandemic may have altered the traditional Thanksgiving experience at the Matterhorn this year, but the need was the same, according to organizers.
ELKHART — It is no surprise that nurses, doctors and other hospital staff are stressed at the moment. One could forgive them for not having the time and energy to make dinner when their shifts are up. But then what?
ELKHART— Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic has been an ongoing endeavor, but for the holiday season, small retailers are launching a new service to make local shopping more accessible.
ELKHART — Judge Charles H. Grodnik has ordered that the Elkhart City Court will not hold any in-person hearings until after the first of the year, effective Monday, Nov. 23.
GOSHEN — City and county leaders hope to find new avenues of financing for community development projects through a joint venture just taking shape.
ELKHART — Building on its ongoing sustainability and social responsibility efforts, Greeley, Colorado-based Plumrose USA has announced plans to invest $400,000 in Elkhart “to support the community’s future.”
ELKHART — The risk of coronavirus in Elkhart County reached the highest possible level Wednesday, moving from orange to red and prompting the county health department to issue a new order requiring residents to wear masks when leaving their homes.
ELKHART — Hundreds of people lined up to pick up groceries at a food bank distribution in Elkhart on Tuesday, with organizers saying the demand amid the COVID-19 pandemic has remained consistently high.
ELKHART — Due to the high rate of spread of COVID-19 in the community, the City of Elkhart will cancel Breakfast with Santa and the Winterfest Parade for 2020.
GOSHEN — County officials chose to move ahead with site selection for a consolidated court project after hearing last-second pleas from residents and Elkhart city leaders.
ELKHART — All events for November and December at The Lerner Theatre have been canceled in the face of a growing coronavirus outbreak and new restrictions put in place by Gov. Eric Holcomb.
ELKHART — The last time downtown Elkhart did not have a county courthouse, some in the city sought to form a county of their own.
ELKHART — An economic impact study commissioned by the city will be completed by Nov. 14 to show how losing a county courthouse downtown would affect the area.
ELKHART — Donald Rainwater, the Libertarian candidate for Indiana governor, finished his tour of the state in Elkhart on Sunday afternoon with a crowd of about 40 supporters.
ELKHART — The Kiwanis Club of Elkhart invites the public to its annual Spaghetti Day event on Monday, Nov. 2. Tickets are available for lunch or dinner, with carry out and drive up options available. All proceeds from Spaghetti Day will support Kiwanis programs, including college scholarship…
ELKHART — Gov. Eric Holcomb on Friday said the Elkhart County Health Department should not base decisions about COVID-19 restrictions on the potential political implications, including the governor’s own reelection chances.
ELKHART — The two accused of robbing a homeless double-leg amputee in a wheelchair in June have been arrested, the Elkhart Police Department said Friday.
ELKHART — State Rep. Timothy Wesco is being challenged for his District 21 seat in this election, as Democrat Ryan Liedtky believes he has a chance at winning in the heavily Republican district.
ELKHART — City officials, neighbors and family members gathered Thursday to honor a loyal supporter of the city and its residents by naming a street in his honor.
GOSHEN — Republican state Sen. Blake Doriot is being challenged for his District 12 seat in this election, as retired businessman Charles Mumaw, a Democrat, runs for the Senate for the third time.
ELKHART — All city police officers in Elkhart will be equipped with and trained to use Narcan to treat opioid overdoses, under a new policy approved Tuesday by the Board of Public Safety.
ELKHART — The number of COVID-19 inpatients at Elkhart County hospitals keeps climbing. As of Monday, there were 52 patients at Elkhart General and 26 at Goshen Hospital, almost four times as many as two months ago.
ELKHART — Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance will host a town hall meeting with Elkhart police titled “Unity in Our Community” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27, at St. James AME Church, 122 Dr. Martin Luther King Drive.
ELKHART — Two of Elkhart’s most prominent doctors joined Mayor Rod Roberson on Wednesday evening to get across to the public that Elkhart County is experiencing a serious public health crisis.