ELKHART — Elkhart Mayor Tim Neese honored a 9-year-old local girl on Wednesday for her positivity in the face of adversity.
ELKHART — Advocates for minorities are urging state lawmakers to overhaul a hate-crime bill passed this year by the Indiana General Assembly to make it stronger.
ELKHART — Developers and community leaders kicked off a $40 million project Tuesday, a vital part of a renovated River District featuring a new Martin’s Super Market and new apartments downtown.
ELKHART — After half a lifetime spent on Elkhart city boards and commissions, Steve Eldridge has retired. Not from his day-job. Just from the thousands of hours he put in over the course of four decades, in service of the city, without receiving a dime.
ELKHART — Though a decision has been made on the future of the former Alick’s property in the 900 block of East Jackson Boulevard, questions remain about the high-end condominiums that will be built, as well as where the Elkhart Rowing Club might drop anchor now.
GOSHEN — Another 24 properties in Prairie Creek Run will get access to Elkhart city water after the Elkhart County Redevelopment Commission approved funding.
ELKHART — It's decided. The former Alick's Home Medical lot in the 900 block of East Jackson Boulevard will house 21 high-end condominiums, not a rowing club facility and park.
ELKHART — A suspect who died in a crash Sunday morning after leading Elkhart Police on a car chase through the city has been named by the Elkhart County Prosecutors Office.
SOUTH BEND — More than 400 Elkhart Memorial seniors became high school graduates Sunday afternoon, during the school’s graduation ceremony at University of Notre Dame’s Edmund P. Joyce Center.
Plenty of sunshine, music, demonstrations, facepainting, crafts and all kinds of different foods drew a crowd to downtown Island Park on Saturday for the 40th annual Rhapsody Arts and Music Festival in Elkhart. More than 20 food vendors and about 75 artist and other vendors set up shop at th…
ELKHART — An unnamed suspect in a downtown Elkhart police chase died Sunday morning after crashing by the Elkhart post office at 601 S. Main St., according to the Elkhart Police Department.
ELKHART — Like a microcosm of the nation as a whole, Elkhart is a melting pot of nationalities, cultures and ethnicities, city officials said Friday in announcing plans for an outdoor art exhibit.
SOUTH BEND— For the first year, Concord High School’s graduating seniors formed a sea of green inside the University of Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion for commencement on Thursday night.
ELKHART — All companies under consideration during a pair of special meetings this week were found by Elkhart City Council to be in compliance with the terms of their tax abatement agreements.
ELKHART — As hundreds of attendees lined up outside the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum for Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren’s campaign rally on Wednesday, a local advocacy group stood off to the side with a different motive.
ELKHART — U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, running to become the Democratic presidential nominee in 2020, held her first campaign stop in Indiana on Wednesday morning at the RV/MH Hall of Fame and Museum in Elkhart.
ELKHART — During three campaign stops in the Midwest, including one planned in Elkhart on Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is proposing an overhaul of the nation’s economic policy that would include the closure of one federal department and the creation of another. She is also proposing…
ELKHART — More than $1.4 million was appropriated this week to repave more than 15 miles of Elkhart roads and to improve safety at the intersection of Beardsley Avenue and Riverside Drive.
ELKHART — Teachers at Elkhart Community Schools are often digging into their own pockets spending an average of $1,000 a year on school supplies and personal care items for their students, according to studies by the Elkhart Education Foundation.
ELKHART — During three campaign stops in the Midwest, including one planned in Elkhart on Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren is proposing an overhaul of the nation's economic policy that would include the closure of one federal department and the creation of another. She is also proposing…
GOSHEN — County planners hope to soon begin a study of the Prairie Creek Run neighborhood that can help guide long-term planning in the unincorporated area north of Elkhart.
ELKHART — Fighting invasive plant species could be a never ending battle, and yet staff and volunteers at the Elkhart Environment Center soldier on.
ELKHART — Dozens of ‘Young Eagles’ took flight for the first time Saturday, as local pilots volunteered their time, planes and fuel to take youngsters to the sky.
ELKHART — A fire at an Elkhart business caused an estimated $5,000 in damage during the night between Friday and Saturday, according to the Elkhart Fire Department.
ELKHART — A building in downtown Elkhart could require demolition, potentially closing parts of Main Street and Lexington Avenue, according to City of Elkhart Building Commissioner Jim Holtz.
ELKHART — U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, seeking the Democratic nomination to run for president in 2020, will visit Elkhart next week, her campaign announced Tuesday.
ELKHART — Two South Bend men were arrested in Elkhart after allegedly shooting from a vehicle in the 1100 block of Richmond Street, according to the Elkhart Police Department.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart will be holding a public meeting to discuss the replacement of water main and water service lines on Lexington Avenue between West Boulevard and Riverside Drive.
ELKHART — Some members of the Elkhart City Council said they are concerned about the number of homeless people in Elkhart and a new program that transports Goshen homeless people to an Elkhart shelter.
ELKHART — An Elkhart city councilman’s comments about race and sharing community facilities between city districts continues to receive attention two weeks after they were made.
ELKHART — The City of Elkhart will spend around $90,000 on a job classification and compensation study concerning 131 nonunion employees in 108 positions, the City Council decided on Monday.