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GOSHEN — Two adults and a child were taken to the hospital, one man by helicopter, after a three-vehicle crash in Goshen on Friday, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works ordered that two rental properties be torn down despite the owner's claim that one of them would be inhabitable in four weeks.

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GOSHEN — A city councilman and downtown building owner is looking for a new angle on the streetside parking changes coming to Goshen.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works approved a two-month closure on Jefferson Street starting today for a parking lot construction project, after hearing from neighbors of the project who didn’t feel adequately warned.

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GOSHEN — A 30-year-old Goshen man ran a few hundred feet, trying to escape the Goshen Police Department, before being arrested on Thursday, according to police.

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GOSHEN — It came down to a Survivor-style vote as Goshen City Council moved toward a six-figure salary for the mayor’s position Tuesday.

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GOSHEN — Work on Main Street will begin Monday, Aug. 12, beginning with sidewalk work on the south end of the project corridor, which is Madison Street.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man is accused of child molesting following an alleged sexual encounter with a young girl in spring 2018.

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GOSHEN — The Goshen Farmers Market Salsa Fest will return for its fourth year next month.

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ELKHART — Back in the day, John Whitmar’s training as a volunteer firefighter didn’t go much further than making sure his boots fit, he told a graduating class of firefighters this week.

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GOSHEN — It’s not that folks don’t care about buying local, Elkhart County Food Council representative Jon Zirkle said, it’s that they don’t care enough.

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ELKHART — Local school districts are offering pay raises and other incentives to combat an ongoing shortage of bus drivers.

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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.

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GOSHEN — With the opening of the Elkhart County 4-H Fair only one day away, life has gotten busy in Goshen, according to fair manager Miranda Muir.

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GOSHEN — A 28-year-old Goshen man was knocked unconscious early Sunday at a Goshen bar, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man reported being struck by a car while on his bicycle in Goshen on Tuesday, but the driver of the car failed to stop after the incident, according to the Goshen Police Department.

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GOSHEN — Something unexpected was unearthed soon after Goshen Theater renovations started last month, prompting a change in plans that has theater directors excited.

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GOSHEN — Sunny skies and warmer temperatures seemed to have been the perfect accompaniment to drawing thousands of spectators to America's Freedom Fest on Saturday.

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GOSHEN — Scaling back plans to dredge Dam Pond in Goshen didn’t move the project any closer to reality after six years, so planners have started floating the opposite idea.

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GOSHEN — Local history will be featured when the Elkhart County Historical Museum presents the “Stories of Elkhart: Oakridge Cemetery” at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 11, at Oakridge Cemetery, 427 N. 1st St., Goshen.

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GOSHEN — An attorney for the suspect in a Goshen College professor’s 2011 murder is arguing that evidence used to tie him to the crime was wrongfully collected and should be thrown out.

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GOSHEN — An arrest has been made in a non-fatal shooting Tuesday at a Goshen auto body shop.

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GOSHEN — The director of the Community Relations Commission says the panel plans to host a series of conversations like one organized in spring with the help of Goshen Community Schools.

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GOSHEN — A 12-year-old boy involved in a dirt bike crash last week died Monday, according to a Facebook post made by Goshen Middle School.

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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.