GOSHEN — The county has established a permitting process to seek exceptions to the noise control ordinance.
ELKHART — If you wish you knew your neighbors a bit better, Vibrant Communities may be able to help; your neighborhood could even end up looking better in the process.
ELKHART — Oscar H. Sheets died in November, at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, a scourge that has now claimed its 500th victim in Elkhart County, according to the Indiana State Department of Health.
An array of outdoor programs are being offered this month through the Elkhart County Parks. A morning bird walk along Pumpkinvine Nature Trail was Wednesday, and other events included in October’s lineup include a group dog walk and hiking club.
SYRACUSE — Authorities are asking for the public’s help following two recent barn fires in Elkhart County, bringing the total this year to eight.
ELKHART — The departure of Elkhart County's top health official follows a trend of resignations across the country by leaders who cite toxic conditions hampering their ability to fight the pandemic.
ELKHART — Before voting to proceed with the joint courts project Tuesday, county leaders questioned how they’ll sell voters on a $31 million increase to a plan originally pitched at $63 million.
ELKHART — Leading doctors in Elkhart County are concerned about the high number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients and what the influx means for the ability to treat other patients whose procedures are being postponed.
ELKHART — The Elkhart County Landfill’s Leaf Collection Competition is returning for a fourth consecutive year, giving individuals and organizations residing in the county a chance to win a portion of a $50,000 prize.
ELKHART — From Hillsdale in Michigan, through northern Indiana and eventually into Lake Michigan, the 206-mile-long St. Joseph River has had a major impact on life for thousands of years.
GOSHEN — A crowd of outspoken residents broke into roaring applause Saturday after they convinced county officials to reject a $3 million grant for health literacy for underserved communities.
GOSHEN — A $3 million grant for health literacy was rejected by county officials following an outpouring of vitriol from anti-vaxxers and other science skeptics.
GOSHEN — County officials approved several agreements related to a major distribution warehouse project, with many now assuming the company behind it is Amazon.
GOSHEN — The county hopes to get a bridge replacement finished in time to handle the detours that are sure to come with the Dunlap railroad overpass project.
ELKHART — What is the future of education, and how do local schools navigate the changing needs of students and their future employers?
ELKHART — A 17.2-mile kayak race from Goshen to Elkhart scheduled for next month is the first major event to use the Elkhart River in more than two decades, according to organizers.
MIDDLEBURY — Two more school districts have decided to require masks inside their buildings following state rules encouraging local officials to adopt such requirements.
GOSHEN — The secrecy that still surrounds a $200 million warehouse project near Elkhart is starting to get under the skin of at least one county official.
ELKHART — Keeping an eye on the well-being of Elkhart County children is becoming easier, as several community organizations have collaborated to create a shared Child Dashboard, which they say is the first of its kind in Indiana.
ELKHART — The least vaccinated age groups in Indiana are seeing a larger uptick in COVID-19 infections than others, data from the Indiana State Department of Health show.
ELKHART — The Northern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition, in partnership with Heart City Health, ran its third drive-thru COVID-19 vaccine clinic on Saturday at NIHHC’s Elkhart office location, 444 N. Nappanee St.
ELKHART — Widespread mask wearing is vital as COVID-19 variants continue to spread and children return to school, the county health officer says, even among vaccinated individuals.
GOSHEN — Fairfield Community Schools is contemplating what action to take after a video of several high school students uttering racist remarks was shared on social media.
GOSHEN — A $3 million grant is expected to help the Elkhart County Health Department focus on vulnerabilities in the community that the pandemic brought to light.
GOSHEN — County officials have postponed until October a decision on rezoning 850 acres of Benton Township farmland for a solar power installation.
GOSHEN — County officials renamed a voter district with no voters in it ahead of receiving the demographic data that will help shape new maps.
ELKHART — The Elkhart County Health Department on Monday issued a strong recommendation that even individuals who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 wear masks in public indoor settings.
ELKHART — Following what appeared as unanimous demands at a public hearing of about 100 people, state Rep. Timothy Wesco, R-Osceola, promised redistricting transparency but said it’s too late to have a non-partisan committee lead the effort to draw the state’s new districts for congressional…
GOSHEN — Attendance at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair this year was up slightly from 2019, with single-day records broken on three days, officials announced Friday.
GOSHEN — Horizon Education Alliance (HEA) in Elkhart County on Friday announced it has received a $500,000 grant from Bloomberg Philanthropies to support the expansion of high-quality apprenticeship opportunities for high school students through CareerWise Elkhart County.