GOSHEN — One year ago, Cassandra Vaughn-Peters found out that cancer had taken hold in her body. It was not the first time.
GOSHEN — An estimated 25,000 people came out to watch the Elkhart County 4-H Fair parade on Sunday, both at the fairgrounds and in the streets, where people camped out to watch.
GOSHEN — It might be enough of a physical effort just to be at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair with temperatures above 90 degrees during the festival’s first two days.
GOSHEN — Elkhart County officials opened two bids for the next extension of fiber optic lines, which will bring Middlebury into the county-owned network.
ELKHART — When a state trooper stopped on the Indiana Toll Road to help what he thought was a disabled motorist he instead discovered various drugs, 26 syringes and a passed out driver, according to Indiana State Police.
ELKHART — The 2019 Click It or Ticket seatbelt enforcement effort from May 20 to June 2 resulted in more than 130 tickets in Elkhart County, according to the Elkhart County Sheriff’s office.
GOSHEN — County officials have formalized a program to divert bicycles from the landfill to give some wheels to people in work release and community service programs.
GOSHEN — The sharp eyes of county highway engineers are credited with helping the Kercher Road bridge project finish more than $900,000 under budget.
GOSHEN — As farmers staring at flooded fields across Indiana are scrambling to find a backup plan, local farm program officials say now is a good time to consider new soil conservation measures.
WAKARUSA — With bright sunshine and temperatures pushing 90 degrees, conditions were just about perfect Sunday for an oversized water slide down what ordinarily serves as a winter sledding hill at Memorial Park.
GOSHEN — After buying their own vacuum truck to clean storm drains, the county highway department is finding catch basins they never knew existed.
GOSHEN — After the hiring of a full-time dentist allowed the county health department’s juvenile clinic to see more patients, health officials decided to update fees for the first time in years.
ELKHART — Adding another full-time attorney to the child support division in the Elkhart County Prosecutor’s Office is expected to help the sixth largest program in the state keep up with a demanding caseload.
GOSHEN — High temperatures and recent rainfail have resulted in perfect conditions for mosquitoes, leading to what the Elkhart County Health Department is calling an early discovery in Elkhart County of insects carrying the sometimes-fatal West Nile virus.
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.