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GOSHEN — The City of Goshen is continuing to work with the Michiana Area Council of Governments (MACOG) on a multiphased study to explore expanding public transit in Goshen.

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GOSHEN — Goshen College sophomore Denisse Aguilar, a psychology and sociology major from Goshen, won the 2021 C. Henry Smith Peace Oratorical Contest and $300 in prize money on Feb. 16 with her speech titled “Living the American Dream on Borrowed Time.”

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GOSHEN — Goshen’s annual air and fireworks show at Goshen Municipal Airport, an event normally attended by thousands of residents, will be pushed back until further notice this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, organizers said Friday.

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GOSHEN — A Hamilton County couple are accusing Bashor Children’s Home of allowing their son to run away during an August incident in which he was sexually assaulted.

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GOSHEN — Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma, a community facilitator from Three Rivers, Michigan, and executive director of Culture Is Not Optional (CINO), will present a Goshen College Talk titled "Radical Imagination: Dreaming the Future Rooted in Place."

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GOSHEN — This month’s First Friday will be different in a lot of ways as planners try to hold it safely during the pandemic.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen man is accused of sexually assaulting an underage girl while he was a Bashor Children’s Home employee.

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GOSHEN — Viewrail, a Goshen-based manufacturer of custom floating stairs, railing systems and stair components, announced plans Tuesday to hire 60 or more additional team members.

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GOSHEN — Viewrail, a Goshen-based manufacturer of custom floating stairs, railing systems and stair components, announced plans Tuesday to hire 60 or more additional team members.

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GOSHEN — A couple who own a lawn care and snow removal business have been ordered to pay over $1 million in restitution for conspiracy to defraud the government, federal court officials announced Friday.

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GOSHEN — The City of Goshen will discuss its Community Development Block Grant plan for the year during a public hearing Thursday.

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GOSHEN — The Community Foundation of Elkhart County (CFEC) has awarded $322,594 in a grant to Goshen College to support a new college-wide strategic initiative to strengthen engagement with and for Elkhart County over the next two years.

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GOSHEN — In the weeks between a deadly takeover of the U.S. Capitol by pro-Trump insurrectionists and a swearing-in ceremony held under the threat of further violence, two Goshen council members drafted a statement of peace.

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GOSHEN — Construction workers at the Goshen Hospital Patient Tower reached a significant moment Friday morning, as they placed the final beam, decorated with a pine tree, an American flag and the signatures of about 800 people involved in or affected by the project.

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ELKHART — Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be marked at several local events over the weekend and Monday, which is the holiday, though the celebrations will take a different form this year due to the ongoing pandemic.

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GOSHEN — As the Goshen Redevelopment Commission moves toward consolidating TIF districts, one member is questioning where the money will go and who it’s being taken from.

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GOSHEN — Newly hired Health Officer Dr. Bethany Wait comes to the position with a unique perspective on the pandemic that’s gripped the county for months, having survived an especially serious case of the virus herself.

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GOSHEN — Three days shy of his 99th birthday, Luke Birky joined other Greencroft residents Tuesday in rolling up their sleeves to help fight the coronavirus.

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ELKHART — The COVID-19 outbreak continues to improve in Elkhart County, but the rate of new infections means the risk of community spread will remain in the red category, or most severe, as defined by state health officials.

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BRISTOL — Gifts for more than 100 people with intellectual and development disabilities were delivered early this week by Santa Claus and his helpers, ensuring a bright Christmas despite limits caused by the pandemic.

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GOSHEN — A Goshen woman will spend two years in prison as part of a nine-year sentence after admitting to her role in a robbery that left the victim injured and in the trash.

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GOSHEN — A review committee working on behalf of Elkhart County’s consolidated courts project has narrowed a list of eight design companies down to three.

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