NAPPANEE — A new ordinance could soon allow residents to use certain off-road vehicles to traverse the city.
GOSHEN — County officials passed an anti-littering law with teeth Monday, something local law enforcement had asked for as trash began piling up along the roads last spring.
GOSHEN — The room was full and the conversation was loud as nearly 45 businesses and organizations packed into the Community Center at Ivy Tech for the Indiana Latino Business Expo, hosted by the Center for Healing and Hope this week.
GOSHEN — Waterford Crossing Senior Living is hosting an art walk and silent art auction from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday to raise money for the Boys & Girls Club.
NEW PARIS — A 60-year-old Elkhart man died Friday as a result of injuries suffered in a six-vehicle crash, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff's Department.
GOSHEN — Little BIG Idea Grant committee members on Friday awarded their seventh “micro-grant” to an Elkhart County resident who is younger than 18.
ELKHART — A diverse group of military veterans found plenty of supplies and services — as well as some camaraderie and appreciation — during a Stand Down event Saturday at the Disabled American Veterans facility, 1205 Middleton Run Road.
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 — A $100,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Elkhart County will help a community health center expand its fledgling dental program in Elkhart County.
ELKHART — A new study on the economic impact of the RV industry shows Indiana has the most economic activity related to RVs, followed California, Texas, Oregon and Ohio.
ELKHART — The newest corrections officers for the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office will take their oaths on Monday, and officially begin their service.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Parks wants public input for a federal grant application that could fund a parking lot, walking trail and woodland boardwalk at the Corson Riverwoods County Park.
ELKHART — The United Way of Elkhart County 7th Annual Awards Ceremony on Thursday recognized individuals and companies who made an impact in the community this past year.
ELKHART — K-12 students will be able to travel the region for free this summer with The Interurban Trolley and South Bend Transpo, Michiana Area Council of Governments announced Thursday.
GOSHEN — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Elkhart County announced that its long-awaited bus has arrived, ready to provide transportation to any child involved in the organization.
GRANGER — Sixteen law enforcement officers were recognized Wednesday by the Elkhart County Drug Free Partnership for racking up the most drunken-driving and drug arrests.
GOSHEN — Bethany Christian Schools received a nearly $400,000 matching grant from the Community Foundation of Elkhart County, one of the largest awards of the close to $2.3 million the foundation has given this year.
ELKHART— Excessive rainfall during the early part of the week has created a risk for flooding along the riverbanks through Thursday morning, according to officials at the National Weather Service of Northern Indiana.
ELKHART — U.S. Census figures released this week indicate the estimated population of Elkhart County increased slightly from 204,310 in 2017 to 205,560 in 2018, a gain of 0.6 percent.
ELKHART — The Elkhart Rowing Club’s proposal for an East Jackson Boulevard property received support from all three Elkhart County Commissioners this week.
GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Parks is encouraging the eating of dandelions and is hosting a “Delicious Dandelion” wild edibles workshop on April 13.
NEW PARIS — A 68-year-old man was injured after he fell off a tractor that then ran over both his legs on Monday afternoon in New Paris, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Humane Society has announced a name-your-price cat adoption event to help find homes for the shelter’s many cats before kitten season puts extra pressure on the center.
ELKHART — Elkhart County Emergency Management is seeking to create an umbrella organization for local groups that assist during time of need in the county.
DUNLAP — Amid bus driver shortage, Concord Community Schools has announced plans to change its school start times to better accommodate the bus fleet.
ELKHART — The Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Elkhart County business are not all that different, according to speedway president J. Douglas Boles, who was the keynote speaker at the Greater Elkhart Chamber of Commerce annual meeting Friday at the Lerner Theatre’s Crystal Ballroom.
College-bound students who need help filling out their Free Application for Federal Student Aid can find assistance during College Goal Sunday which is just a few days away.
NEW PARIS — The Elkhart County Sheriff's Office has identified the person who was found dead on Feb. 15 after the department was called to check on the welfare of a person near 15261 C.R. 52.
GOSHEN — County officials began their own investigation into the death of a woman who suffered a medical emergency at the work release facility.
WAKARUSA — Some 400 athletes and about 1,000 spectators came out to NorthWood Middle School for the Special Olympics Elkhart County Tip-Off 2019 tournament Saturday, according to Special Olympics County Coordinator Shailyn Mathews.
ELKHART— As temperatures hovered below zero the last few days, arctic temperatures have caused water pipes to burst in many homes and businesses, local residents report.
ELKHART — The Elkhart-Goshen metro area is the third most likely in the country to be affected by automation, according to a new report from the Brookings Institution.
Integrity, passion and caring are some of the common traits of the 22 community members who have been labeled vibrant people of Elkhart County by Vibrant Communities since the beginning of the new year, said Bil Murray, who is leading the project that will recognize a vibrant person each day…
Indiana high schools graduated students at a slightly higher rate in 2018, according to results released by the State Department of Education this week, and most schools in Elkhart County mirrored that trend.