GOSHEN — The City of Goshen is closing its splash pads and indoor rental facilities in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
GOSHEN — As Elkhart County waits to see if restaurants and other businesses can open at full capacity, a number of businesses in downtown Goshen plan to expand their outdoor seating to help customers feel safer dining out.
GOSHEN — Organizers on Friday announced the cancellation of this year’s Goshen Cruising Reunion in order to comply with state and local restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus.
GOSHEN — As COVID-19 cases in Elkhart County continue to rise, hospital officials warn that their capacity could soon feel the pinch.
GOSHEN — When COVID-19 first reached Elkhart County, the health department was putting out frequent updates – sometimes too quickly for its bilingual staff members to keep up with translating them into Spanish.
GOSHEN — A delay in finishing the 9th Street multiuse path caused an extra expense of over $41,000 for consulting work, the Goshen Redevelopment Commission learned Tuesday.
GOSHEN — Two more people have been charged in a robbery that left the victim in a trash bin after a woman wanted to get his phone to delete some photos.
ELKHART — Peaceful demonstrations held in Elkhart and Goshen over the weekend to end to police brutality in response to violence in Minneapolis have received a thumbs up from local leaders.
GOSHEN — Goshen College has mapped out plans for safely holding on-campus classes and opening residence halls this fall for students. The plans include moving up and streamlining the academic calendar, flexible residential options and flexible classroom formats.
GOSHEN — A judge has combined two lawsuits against Goshen Hospital over potential infections during surgery, while more plaintiffs are seeking to join what could become a class-action suit on behalf of over 1,000 people.
GOSHEN — The parade was canceled amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but the rest of Goshen’s Memorial Day program went mostly as usual as locals came together Monday morning to honor their fallen heroes.
GOSHEN — In the Democratic primary for the Indiana House District 49 seat, a Goshen School Board member working for Pete Buttigieg’s PAC is up against a former attorney who has had his share of scrapes with the party and the legal system.
With the start of the Stage 3 scheduled to begin this weekend in the governor’s five-stage plan for reopening the state, local officials and residents have announced plans to open buildings, revealed additional closures and made arrangements to continue feeding those hit hardest by the coron…
GOSHEN — Posters advertising shows dating back to the early 20th century are being preserved and moved for all to see after staying out of the spotlight for decades in old dressing rooms.
GOSHEN — Indiana restaurants began resuming limited dine-in services this week, but the doors at one downtown Goshen café will remain closed.
ELKHART — A judge has awarded a more than $250,000 default judgment for a Goshen couple who say they were scammed by a company that was supposed to fix their hailstorm-damaged roof.
GOSHEN — Goshen may face the loss of $5 million in tax revenue as the economic impact of the pandemic continues to be felt in the next few years, city council learned Tuesday.
GOSHEN — After reviewing Gov. Eric Holcomb’s five-stage plan for reopening the state, the City of Goshen is working to ensure its municipal employees and the public at large are protected from the potential spread of COVID-19 as restrictions are lifted, the city said Tuesday.
GOSHEN — Goshen officials have scrapped plans to pilot an incident-monitoring service, and Elkhart County officials were reevaluating the program, after learning that the tech company founder was involved with the Ku Klux Klan as a teenager.
GOSHEN — The Goshen Board of Works will allow street closures for the annual Memorial Day Parade, though the parade isn’t guaranteed to happen this year.
A fire on Missouri Avenue in Goshen destroyed a barn at a horse farm Wednesday. Emergency personnel from Concord, Harrison, Baugo and Jefferson townships responded to the call, but the structure was destroyed by 8 p.m.