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GOSHEN — Goshen Community Schools will expand its alternative middle school program from a half day to a full day for the 2019-20 school year, school officials said.

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GOSHEN —  The annual Arts on the Millrace will take place along Goshen’s scenic waterway from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on June 15. The event will showcase fine art ranging from painting to woodworking to metalwork. Admission is free of charge.

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GOSHEN — Police officers and firefighters honed their skills during active-intruder training at Goshen High School, but teachers and administrators learned from the experience too, officials said Tuesday. 

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GOSHEN — Organizers have announced that a bright red asbestos curtain and stone facade have been removed from the 112-year-old Goshen Theater as part of a multimillion-dollar renovation. 

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GOSHEN — A driver with a cancelled driver’s license caused a crash that injured himself, another driver and a passenger Monday morning, when he failed to stop at a stop sign, according to the Goshen Police Department. 

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Fire and Police departments will work with the city and Goshen Community Schools to conduct a training drill at Goshen High School on Monday.

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GOSHEN — Landlords in Goshen pushed back against a proposed $55 rental unit fee that city leaders hope will keep an inspection program afloat.

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GOSHEN — The homeless of the Millrace area were all but cleared out Wednesday as required by 48-hour notices issued on Monday.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen Police patrolman received a life-saving award for conducting CPR on an unconscious woman in April.

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GOSHEN — Eviction day has come for the residents of Goshen’s tent city and city Director of Community Development Mark Brinson says the population at the Millrace has been nothing but accepting and understanding.

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GOSHEN — Due to Saturday evening’s hail storm, a large amount of leaves, trash and other debris caused storm drains to become blocked, which led to the ponding of water and flooding on numerous roadways throughout the city of Goshen, city officials said.

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GOSHEN — Due to Saturday evening’s hail storm, a large amount of leaves, trash and other debris caused storm drains to become blocked, which led to the ponding of water and flooding on numerous roadways throughout the city of Goshen, city officials said.

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GOSHEN — City officials are considering a new $55 rental inspection fee to make up for an expected revenue loss from a similar fee of nearly 90 percent.

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GOSHEN — The 2019 Indiana Latino Business Expo will feature dozens of area Latino-owned businesses, including realty, design, catering, insurance, event décor, clothing and makeup companies, along with door prizes and giveaways.

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GOSHEN — Goshen City Council will decide whether to continue financial incentives on a $10 million investment by Lippert Components Inc., based on a report showing fewer new jobs than expected but nearly $5 million more in wages.

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GOSHEN — The city of Goshen will spend the summer collecting information about greenhouse gas emissions, one of 13 communities selected to be a part of Indiana University’s first Resilience Cohort.

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GOSHEN — Hundreds of reptiles, and people, gathered at the Elkhart County Fairgrounds on Saturday for the monthly Goshen Reptile Expo.

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GOSHEN — Speculation about a possible war between the United States and Iran brought out a small group of protesters displaying anti-war posters to drivers passing through central Goshen on Saturday afternoon.

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GOSHEN — Goshen Community Contra Dancing will host its monthly contra dance Saturday, June 1, in downtown Goshen, featuring caller Dwayne Johnson of Elkhart.

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ELKHART — Some members of the Elkhart City Council said they are concerned about the number of homeless people in Elkhart and a new program that transports Goshen homeless people to an Elkhart shelter. 

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NEW PARIS — A 21-year-old Goshen man was arrested Saturday after leading Goshen Police on a car chase through the southern part of Elkhart County, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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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.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works approved a number of street and sidewalk closures for construction projects and community events in the coming months.

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GOSHEN — Every college graduate has a story behind his or her accomplishment. And here’s Mikol Aspinwall: He’s 17 and is the youngest known person to graduate from Goshen College after collecting his bachelor’s degree this week.

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GOSHEN — Plans to increase the city’s tree canopy to 45 percent by 2045 took on practical meaning this weekend at the Goshen Arbor Day celebration.

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GOSHEN — Many of the people who will be most affected by climate change had a message for city officials Tuesday: Act now, before it’s too late.

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GOSHEN — A warm send-off was offered to a man who served in the U. S. Navy, as he prepared to head out to this spring’s Honor Flight from Fort Wayne to Washington D.C..

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GOSHEN — Loren Johns is sharing his family history with hopes of encouraging others to dig into their own genealogy.

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GOSHEN — The city is preparing to apply for a loan from the state to fund $17 million in sewer system improvements.