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GOSHEN — The Goshen Common Council has cleared the way for a new gas station and restaurant in the West Goshen neighborhood.

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GOSHEN — Bethany Christian Schools is kicking off the public phase of the Great Strides Capital Campaign to upgrade athletic fields, add a track, and increase safety and accessibility to the athletic complex.

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GOSHEN — Local author Bill Landow and illustrator Jonathan Daniels will be signing their children’s book, “The Christmas Train,” at two locations. 

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GOSHEN — Plans for a new Culver’s location in Goshen advanced after the Board of Works voted to let a 40-year-old private sewer system remain.

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UPDATE: The boy has been found and is safe, officials said early Saturday morning. The vigil scheduled for Sunday has been canceled. 

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GOSHEN — Street paving in 2018 will mean $2 million less in maintenance costs in the future, the Goshen Board of Works heard Monday.

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GOSHEN — Parks in Goshen would close earlier for part of the year under a change considered by Goshen City Council on Tuesday.

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GOSHEN — The county’s new hybrid voting machines may be put to the test for the first time after a hand recount was requested by a Goshen candidate who narrowly lost her race.

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ELKHART — Only a little over a quarter of registered voters took part in the Tuesday municipal election in Elkhart County, not an impressive turnout but higher than the 21 percent of registered voters who participated in the 2015 contest. 

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GOSHEN — A body was found behind the Taco Bell at 1819 Lincolnway East about 6 p.m. Monday.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works approved a repayment agreement with a firefighter who left to join the ministry.

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GOSHEN — After years of planning, Goshen’s much-anticipated new multiuse trail along 9th Street officially opened this week.

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GOSHEN — A 17-year-old boy was injured in a Goshen shooting on Monday night, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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ELKHART — A Goshen native whose book about a girl dreaming to become an astronaut has been read at the International Space Station helped children at the ETHOS Innovation Center prepare their own dreams for blastoff this weekend.

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GOSHEN — While not facing a competitive race for re-election, Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman outraised and outspent every other candidate in the city, recently filed campaign reports show.

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GOSHEN — Jurors heard on Wednesday about the many dead-ends detectives encountered while investigating a 2009 murder before they charged a Union City, Tennessee, man nearly a decade later.

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GOSHEN — In fall 2020, Goshen College will open a new center for the communications department in the west wing of the Newcomer Center, bringing together television, radio, print and other media under one roof.

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GOSHEN — Kerry’s Kids Playground in Goshen opened Thursday as the first park in the city designed to be fully inclusive.

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GOSHEN — Goshen firefighters are still picking up the pieces, drying out their living quarters and assessing the damage after a 3-ton limb fell on the roof of Central Fire Station last week.

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GOSHEN — Months after the city removed an encampment near the canal, advocates for the homeless in Goshen want to ensure people in need are still taken care of this winter.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man was arrested after he allegedly ran from a crash then tried to escape police during a high-speed chase into Lagrange County and then back toward Syracuse.

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GOSHEN — Mayor Jeremy Stutsman urged Goshen City Council to pass a funded budget rather than a balanced budget as they looked at a $47.9 million proposal for 2020.

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GOSHEN — Sunny skies and warm temperatures made for perfect conditions for walkers to take to the trails Saturday morning for the 11th annual Maple City Walk. 

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GOSHEN — Trade uncertainty with China and delays in getting the main structural pieces has pushed the completion of Goshen’s new fire training facility into October.

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GOSHEN — An undisclosed settlement has been reached between the City of Goshen and a man who was shot and paralyzed by police in April 2017.

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GOSHEN — City residents and council members remained divided over the threat of climate change vs. fears of government growth as council voted to create a Department of Environmental Resilience.