ELKHART — Organizers of a new facility for comprehensive health care for women hope their new facility will be the beginning of a change in prenatal healthcare locally.
ELKHART — Desiree Beauchamp-Boucher wanted to give people a chance to do something they’re normally not supposed to do with art: Get close, put their hands on it and see what it does.
ELKHART — Some may view it as a day off, but a group of community members in Elkhart took Martin Luther King Jr. Day as an opportunity to educate the youth and honor his legacy.
INDIANAPOLIS — Members of the Elkhart League of Women Voters attended League Day at the Statehouse on Thursday, the 100th anniversary of the Indiana Legislature ratifying the 19th Amendment.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Public Library knows the importance of music in a child’s life and it is teaming up with the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra to ensure children get that exposure.
ELKHART — Firefighters are at greater risk than most of getting cancer. A new Elkhart Fire Department policy would make it easier to document how the firefighters' line of work may have contributed to them becoming sick.
ELKHART — A popular line at the Hubbart Hill retirement community last week was that those celebrating their 94th and 99th birthdays were little more than younglings.
ELKHART — Students at Elkhart Community Schools will be singing a new fight song next school year when Elkhart Central and Elkhart Memorial merge to become Elkhart High School.
ELKHART — Republican Carol McDowell Loshbough and Democrat Arvis Dawson have lost their seats on the Elkhart Board of Public Works, as new Mayor Rod Roberson is making changes.
ELKHART — A city employee has sued the city for defamation and rights violations when knowledge of a now-recanted rape allegation was spread among city staff.
ELKHART — The Martin's Super Market on Jackson Boulevard will close in mid-February despite reports it would remain open until a new grocery next door is finished.
ELKHART — Mayor Tim Neese is wearing jeans and an untucked shirt. It’s an unusual look for him, at least when he is in his corner office at Elkhart City Hall. But then again, that office doesn’t look itself either.
ELKHART — After taking the oath of office himself Saturday, new Elkhart Mayor Rod Roberson conducted a swearing in ceremony for the city’s other elected officials.
ELKHART — With winter break still in session, hundreds of children and their families headed to the ETHOS Innovation Center on Monday for a few hours of some hands-on science during Open Museum Day.
ELKHART — Local investors are proposing to build apartments on a contaminated site on West Beardsley Avenue but need approval from the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
ELKHART — The FAA has agreed to invest an additional $5.9 million in the Elkhart Municipal Airport between 2020 and 2025, city offiicials said this week.
ELKHART — Christmas tree drop-off centers are now open for Elkhart residents. The city is offering four locations where trees can be disposed of at no cost.
ELKHART — Despite the recent conclusion of a nine-month-long investigation of the Elkhart Police Department, it is not yet time for fixes, according to Mayor-elect Rod Roberson.