GOSHEN — Elkhart County Election Board members are questioning whether a nursing home broke the law when it refused to let poll workers witness a resident voting in the election.
ELKHART— The Elkhart Redevelopment Commission gave the green light Tuesday on a purchase agreement for the construction of high-end condominiums at the former Alick’s property on Jackson Boulevard subject to additional funds coming from City Council.
BRISTOL — The Elkhart County Historical Museum will open its newest exhibit, “Crossroads of Elkhart County: Claiming the Land,” with a special event from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday. There is no admission to attend, and light refreshments will be offered, organizers said.
ELKHART — A bottle of laundry soap or a set of sheets may be something small for a lot of people, but for a college student living away from home for the first time, it can be major.
GOSHEN — A startup metal casting company has scaled back plans as it moves into an unused Bristol plant, but still intends to hire close to 300 workers.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County Parks is partnering with Heartland Mushers Association to offer a Mushing 101 class on dog sledding from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Benton Dam in River Preserve County Park.
ELKHART — The Community Foundation of Elkhart County’s board of directors has approved $3,139,247 of new and multiyear grants to dozens of nonprofits and programs throughout Elkhart County.
ELKHART — As Veterans Day approaches, residents and officials in Elkhart are working to make sure those who have served the nation get the recognition they deserve.
ELKHART — With 44 years in the books, the Council on Aging held its annual Halloween party and anniversary celebration Thursday during its regular meeting at First Presbyterian Church.
In Bristol, Democrat Cathy Antonelli defeated Republican Bonnie Frye for the position of clerk-treasurer, which is being vacated by 46-year town employee Mary Ryman.
GOSHEN — The Elkhart County Commissioners passed a series of additional appropriations Monday, including courthouse repairs and security upgrades as well as jail inmate medications.
GOSHEN — A survey of over 100 companies and organizations in the region gave an idea of the performance and resilience that managers see in their employees.
MILLERSBURG — To forge what he sees as a middle path in politics, the Rev. Jimmy Clifton reached back over 150 years to a short-lived anti-slavery party that counted among its members prominent poets, educators and congressmen.
The Elkhart County Sheriff’s Office will be using an X-ray machine to scan for potentially hazardous items in children’s Halloween candy again this year on Thursday and Friday.
In this weekly column, I normally write about crops, gardening, trees, insects or other things on the minds of local farmers and gardeners. But this week, I wanted to turn to a subject that I think should be important to all of us: waste disposal and recycling.
GOSHEN — Contracts for snow plowing are expected to cost the county about $600,000 this winter, though officials say it’s a savings over doing the work in-house.
ELKHART — After a nearly 50-year hiatus, crops of hemp are ready for harvest in Elkhart County, but the jury’s still out on how successful Indiana’s newest crop will be for farmers.
GOSHEN — The Purdue Extension Elkhart County Extension Board annual meeting was held on Tuesday on the 4-H Fairgrounds in Goshen with 104 people in attendance to celebrate the accomplishments of Purdue Extension Elkhart County.
NAPPANEE — Wa-Nee Community Schools is being featured in a conversation on clean fuel emissions to show other school districts and businesses just how beneficial a different form of energy can be in the transportation fleet industry.
ELKHART — Doug and Danielle Nieman recently purchased their first hybrid camper, but said eventually they know they’ll want to upgrade to something else.
OSCEOLA — Ahead of a vote by county officials that could greenlight the expansion of the Osceola Dragway, neighbors who oppose the plan put their message on display Thursday.
GOSHEN — The 13th annual Gathering at Five Medals this weekend will feature native history, storytelling and a prairie skirmish, according to organizers.
GOSHEN — Ivy Tech Community College and Elkhart Community Schools are starting a new partnership that will focus on increasing training opportunities for residents in the area of machine tool technology and computer numerical control machining, officials announced on Tuesday.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County officials expect to start seeing a profit on the county-owned fiber optic network in the coming years, the Redevelopment Commission has learned.
ELKHART — Local officials are urging residents to continue to take precautionary measures to avoid getting the eastern equine encephalitis after state officials confirmed the death of an Elkhart County resident as a result of the mosquito-transmitted disease.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County Parks will be holding the 13th annual Gathering at Five Medals the weekend of Oct. 19-20, at River Preserve County Park, transporting visitors back in time to experience life in the Great Lakes region beginning with the arrival of French fur traders in the 1670s and e…
BRISTOL — ADEC thanked community leaders who are helping them employ their clients Friday afternoon. For their inaugural ADEC Community Employment Luncheon, ADEC invited 14 employers who have been able to retain ADEC clients as employees for at least a year, though many have been there much longer.
ELKHART — Early precautions seem to have worked in favor of beekeepers in Elkhart County after aerial sprays of insecticide aimed at killing mosquitoes carrying eastern equine encephalitis (EEE) were conducted at dusk Wednesday.
BRISTOL — Some Elkhart County residents are worried about the safety of insects and animals after the Elkhart County Board of Commissioners decided to spray two areas to kill mosquitoes that may be carrying a dangerous disease.
GOSHEN — Despite state and local efforts, the number of adolescents who use tobacco products remains steady, according to results of the 2018 Indiana Youth Tobacco Survey.
GOSHEN — A $50,000 appropriation for a school anti-drug program was more than twice the amount county officials first set aside, but they say they were struck by the need for anti-vaping education.